CHIPRA


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CHIPRA

(Children's Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act of 2009) See healthcare IT.
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DACA grantees are expressly carved out of the population of lawfully present immigrant children and pregnant women whom states may cover under Medicaid or CHIP through the 2009 CHIPRA option (see above).
Awards vary by state according to a formula set out in CHIPRA but total more than $200 million this fiscal year.
Part II addresses CHIPRA and the changes it established in the system-specifically in terms of finance and outreach.
CHIPRA Mandated Evaluation of Express Lane Eligibility: Final Findings.
CHIPRA required GAO to study cost and coverage issues related to state premium assistance programs receiving Medicaid and CHIP funds.
The first proposal, known as the Comprehensive Health Insurance and Payment Reform Act, or CHIPRA, is the work of a coalition of doctors and health care administrators.
Through CHIPRA, the health care law and this partnership, we are helping more and more women across the country have the insurance and information they need to have healthy babies and keep them healthy as they grow up.
Feasibility of Evaluating the CHIPRA Care Quality Measures in Electronic Health Record Data.
precisely, [section] 214 of CHIPRA 2009 states that "no debt shall
This is the first analysis of which we are aware that quantifies the impact of ELE policies adopted by the first eight states with such policies under CHIPRA.
For example, Oregon, a previous CHIPRA outreach grantee, has cut its percentage of uninsured children in half, from 11.
The CHIPRA legislation allows for bonus payments to states that enroll more uninsured Medicaid-eligible children.