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CHIP Funding Cuts Would Leave 8M Low-Income Kids Uninsured

April 5, 2017 - More than 8 million low income children living with chronic diseases would lose healthcare coverage and incur higher costs if CHIP funding is not extended beyond 2017, says new research from the Yale School of Medicine. In a study published in Health Affairs this month, researchers found that the families of these children would face annual out-of-pocket costs ranging from $233 at the lowest...


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CHIP Funding Cuts Would Leave 8M Low-Income Kids Uninsured

by Thomas Beaton

More than 8 million low income children living with chronic diseases would lose healthcare coverage and incur higher costs if CHIP funding is not extended beyond 2017, says new research from the Yale School of Medicine. In a study published in...

2017 ACA Open Enrollment Data Shows 12.2M Marketplace Signups

by Thomas Beaton

During the 2017 ACA Open Enrollment Period (OEP), more than 12.2 million healthcare consumers purchased or renewed insurance through Healthcare.gov or their local state exchanges, said CMS in a new data brief.   Marketplace consumers either...

VT Agency Wrongly Allotted $13M for Health Insurance Marketplace

by Vera Gruessner

The Department of Vermont Health Access went against federal laws when it failed to allocate funds to establishment grants in order to create a public health insurance marketplace, the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) found in a new report....

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