More people could become uninsured if the Republicans are successful in repealing the ACA's maintenance of effort provision, which requires states to do everything possible to keep Medicaid and Children's Health Insurance Plan recipients enrolled.
What does CHIP stand for?
CHIP stands for Children's Health Insurance Plan
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- Center for Health, Intervention, and Prevention (University of Connecticut)
- Certified HCS Installation Partner (Turkey)
- Chemical (Hazard Information and Packaging for Supply) Regulations 2002 (UK)
- Chemical Hazard Information Profile
- Chemicals Hazard Information and Packaging (UK)
- Chicago Highway Patrol
- Child and Youth Health Intergovernmental Partnership (Australia)
- Child Health Investment Partnership (Roanoke, VA)
- Child ID Program of America
- Children's Health Initiative Program
- Children's Health Insurance Program (US Government Health Care Finance Administration)
- Children's Health Involving Parents
- Children's Hospital Informatics Program
- Chile Information Project
- Chromatin Immunoprecipitation
- Clonal Hematopoiesis of Indeterminate Potential (heart disease)
- Colorado Highway Patrol
- Come Home I'm Pregnant
- Community Health Improvement Process (various locations)
- Community Health Information Partnerships
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The plan also calls for expanding Medicaid and the State Children's Health Insurance Plan to cover all adults and children below 150% of the federal poverty level and would include individual and employer mandates for health coverage.
Under his proposal, the Children's Health Insurance Plan to the states would extend coverage to every uninsured child and young adult up to age 25.
We are also pursuing administrative services contracts for self-funded plans and are filing applications for public programs such as Medicaid and children's health insurance plans.
In 1997, Congress created a brand new program for children, the State Children's Health Insurance Plan (SCHIP).
SCHIP stands for the State Children's Health Insurance Plan.
At most, he trumpets his support for the Patient Bill of Rights, advocates putting additional money into the failed Children's Health Insurance Plan, and proposes a modest tax credit so that some in the fifty-five to sixty-five age group could buy into Medicare.