Outlines how and why states disregard or deduct certain earnings and expenses in determining eligibility for Medicaid and the State Children's Health Insurance Program to help cover low-income working families. Summarizes a survey of state policies.
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Title: Determining Income Eligibility in Children's Health Coverage Programs: How States Use Disregards in Children's Medicaid and SCHIP
Publication date 2008-05-13
Publication Year 2008
, Caryn Marks
, Donna Cohen Ross
, Robin Rudowitz
Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured
North America / United States
, federal poverty line
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