References

Czajka, J., and C. Olsen 2000 The Effects of Trigger Events on Children’s Changes in Health Insurance Coverage. Washington, DC: Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.

Institute of Medicine 1998 America’s Children: Health Insurance and Access to Care. Committee on Children, Health Insurance, and Access to Care, Margaret Edmunds and Molly Joel Coye, Editors. Washington, DC: National Academy Press.

Kenney, G.M., F.C. Ullman, and A. Weil 2000 Three years into SCHIP: What states are and are not spending. New Federalism: Issues and Options for States. Series A, No. A-44. Washington, DC: The Urban Institute.

Kenney, G.M., J.M. Haley, and F. Ullman 1999 Most uninsured children are in families served by government programs. New Federalism: National Survey of America’s Families. Series B, No. B-4. Washington, DC: The Urban Institute.

Mathematica Policy Research, Inc. 2002 Congressionally-Mandated Evaluation of the State Children’s Health Insurance Program. DHHS Contract HHS 100-01-0002. Princeton, NJ: Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.

Rosenbach, M., M. Ellwood, J. Czajka, C. Irvin, W. Coupe, and B. Quinn 2001 Implementation of the State Children’s Health Insurance Program: Momentum is Increasing After a Modest Start: First Annual Report. Cambridge, MA: Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.

Smith, V.K., and D.M. Rousseau 2001 CHIP Program Enrollment: December 2000. Washington, DC: The Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured.



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Data Needs for the State Children’s Health Insurance Program References Czajka, J., and C. Olsen 2000 The Effects of Trigger Events on Children’s Changes in Health Insurance Coverage. Washington, DC: Mathematica Policy Research, Inc. Institute of Medicine 1998 America’s Children: Health Insurance and Access to Care. Committee on Children, Health Insurance, and Access to Care, Margaret Edmunds and Molly Joel Coye, Editors. Washington, DC: National Academy Press. Kenney, G.M., F.C. Ullman, and A. Weil 2000 Three years into SCHIP: What states are and are not spending. New Federalism: Issues and Options for States. Series A, No. A-44. Washington, DC: The Urban Institute. Kenney, G.M., J.M. Haley, and F. Ullman 1999 Most uninsured children are in families served by government programs. New Federalism: National Survey of America’s Families. Series B, No. B-4. Washington, DC: The Urban Institute. Mathematica Policy Research, Inc. 2002 Congressionally-Mandated Evaluation of the State Children’s Health Insurance Program. DHHS Contract HHS 100-01-0002. Princeton, NJ: Mathematica Policy Research, Inc. Rosenbach, M., M. Ellwood, J. Czajka, C. Irvin, W. Coupe, and B. Quinn 2001 Implementation of the State Children’s Health Insurance Program: Momentum is Increasing After a Modest Start: First Annual Report. Cambridge, MA: Mathematica Policy Research, Inc. Smith, V.K., and D.M. Rousseau 2001 CHIP Program Enrollment: December 2000. Washington, DC: The Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured.

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Data Needs for the State Children’s Health Insurance Program U.S. Congress 1997 Balanced Budget Act of 1997. Public Law 105-33. Subtitle J—State Children’s Health Insurance Program. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services 2001 SCHIP enrollment reaches 3.3 million, final regulation published. HHS News. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.