Premium Assistance through SCHIP: Cost effectiveness determinations and available savings data

 

The Galen Institute has conducted research attempting to build upon past studies of state-implemented Premium Assistance programs (P.A.) under the State Children's Insurance Program (SCHIP). The Kaiser Family Foundation produced a report in 2005 about the divergent cost-effectiveness determinations, requirements and savings data realized by five states implementing a form of premium assistance. The following report builds upon the Kaiser Foundation's study with information on more states and providing available cost-effectiveness and savings data information on every state identified in the GAO's February 2007 report as having adopted a premium assistance program under SCHIP.

 

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The Galen Institute has conducted research attempting to build upon past studies of state-implemented Premium Assistance programs (P.A.) under the State Children's Insurance Program (SCHIP). The Kaiser Family Foundation produced a report in 2005 about the divergent cost-effectiveness determinations, requirements and savings data realized by five states implementing a form of premium assistance. The following report builds upon the Kaiser Foundation's study with information on more states and providing available cost-effectiveness and savings data information on every state identified in the GAO's February 2007 report as having adopted a premium assistance program under SCHIP.

 

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