Affiliation: Urban Institute
- Do access experiences affect parents' decisions to enroll their children in Medicaid and SCHIP? Findings from focus groups with parentsIan Hill
The Urban Institute, Washington, DC, USA
Matern Child Health J 10:517-25. 2006....
- Coping with SCHIP enrollment caps: lessons from seven states' experiencesIan Hill
Urban Institute, Washington, DC, USA
Health Aff (Millwood) 26:258-68. 2007..Most key informants indicated that caps were preferable to reversals of simplified enrollment, comprehensive benefits, and low cost sharing and thus offered policymakers an important tool for controlling costs...
- Improving coverage and access for immigrant Latino children: the Los Angeles healthy kids programIan Hill
Urban Institute, Washington, D C, USA
Health Aff (Millwood) 27:550-9. 2008..However, sustaining this effective program has proved to be challenging...
- The impact of new health insurance coverage on undocumented and other low-income children: lessons from three California countiesEmbry Howell
Health Policy Center of the Urban Institute, Washington, DC 20037, USA
J Health Care Poor Underserved 21:109-24. 2010..After one year of enrollment the programs also improved the health status of children, including reducing the percentage of children who missed school due to health...
- CHIP and Medicaid: Evolving to Meet the Needs of ChildrenIan Hill
Health Policy Center, The Urban Institute, Washington, DC Electronic address
Acad Pediatr 15:S19-27. 2015....
- Public insurance eligibility and enrollment for special health care needs childrenAmy J Davidoff
Department of Public Policy, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Baltimore MD 21250, USA
Health Care Financ Rev 26:119-35. 2004..CSHCN had higher rates of participation than children without special needs (CWOSN), across all eligibility categories...
- Are there differential effects of managed care on publicly insured children with chronic health conditions?Amy Davidoff
University of Maryland Baltimore
Med Care Res Rev 65:356-72. 2008....
- Effects of managed care on service use and access for publicly insured children with chronic health conditionsAmy Davidoff
Department of Pharmaceutical Health Services Research, University of Maryland School of Pharmacy, Baltimore, Maryland 21201, USA
Pediatrics 119:956-64. 2007..Our goal was to estimate the effects of managed care program type on service use and access for publicly insured children with chronic health conditions...