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CHIP design and enrollment

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Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) and Medicaid Enrollment and Eligibility, 2011*
State Medicaid Enrollment CHIP Enrollment (program type)** Upper Eligibility† Presumptive Eligibility◊ Medicaid Presumptive Eligibility◊ CHIP
*CHIP and Medicaid enrollment data are for Fiscal Year (FY) 2011 (October 2010 through September 2011). Income thresholds for eligibility and data on enrollment processes reflect rules in effect as of January 1, 2011.
**Programs may be an expansion of Medicaid (M), a separate CHIP program (S), or a combination (C).
† Income eligibility levels may refer to either gross or net income depending on state and reflect the highest eligibility level in the state using CHIP/Medicaid funds.
◊Presumptive eligibility provides immediate but temporary benefits for applicants who appear to meet eligibility requirements but have not yet been officially approved; in some States, this is only available for certain populations (e.g., infants).
Sources: Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. FY2011 CHIP Annual Enrollment Report. Accessed August 28, 2012. Georgetown University Center for Children and Families and The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation , Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured. Holding Steady, Looking Ahead: 50-State Survey of Eligibility Rules, Enrollment and Renewal Procedures and Cost-Sharing Practices in Medicaid and CHIP, 2010-2011. Accessed: August 28, 2012.
Total 35,571,506 7,970,879 n/a n/a n/a
Alabama 866,094 109,255 (S) 300% N N
Alaska 79,286 12,787 (M) 175% N n/a
Arizona 947,977 20,043 (S) 200% N N
Arkansas 410,602 103,693 (M) 200% N n/a
California 4,565,016 1,763,831 (C) 250% Y Y
Colorado 453,719 105,255 (S) 250% Y Y
Connecticut 301,545 20,072 (S) 300% Y N
Delaware 93,598 15,348 (C) 200% N N
District of Columbia 106,500 8,675 (M) 300% N n/a
Florida 2,019,075 431,717 (C) 200% N N
Georgia 1,168,338 248,536 (S) 235% N N
Hawaii 140,150 30,584 (M) 300% N n/a
Idaho 178,249 42,604 (C) 185% N N
Illinois 2,178,950 336,885 (C) 200% Y Y
Indiana 698,383 158,138 (C) 250% N N
Iowa 306,158 75,133 (C) 300% Y Y
Kansas 215,703 60,431 (S) 241% Y Y
Kentucky 478,670 84,551(C) 200% N N
Louisiana 671,651 152,404 (C) 250% N N
Maine 142,931 32,994 (C) 200% N N
Maryland 465,409 119,906 (M) 300% N n/a
Massachusetts 500,534 144,767 (C) 300% Y Y
Michigan 1,205,449 83,004 (C) 200% Y Y
Minnesota 495,509 4,461 (M) 275% N n/a
Mississippi 468,183 91,470 (S) 200% N N
Missouri 566,293 96,014 (C) 300% Y N
Montana 76,514 24,365 (C) 250% Y Y
Nebraska 166,277 52,852 (M) 200% N n/a
Nevada 236,360 29,760 (S) 200% N N
New Hampshire 96,625 10,801(C) 300% Y N
New Jersey 639,764 198,283 (C) 350% Y Y
New Mexico 380,373 9,635 (M) 235% Y n/a
New York 2,124,322 552,068 (S) 400% Y Y
North Carolina 1,194,999 254,460 (C) 200% N N
North Dakota 48,486 7,112 (C) 160% N N
Ohio 1,214,287 280,650 (M) 200% Y n/a
Oklahoma 507,378 120,501 (M) 185% N n/a
Oregon 385,131 112,165 (S) 300% N N
Pennsylvania 1,300,042 272,492 (S) 300% N N
Rhode Island 110,208 24,815 (M) 250% N n/a
South Carolina 501,025 72,084 (M) 200% N n/a
South Dakota 47,469 16,623 (C) 200% N N
Tennessee 792,302 96,028 (C) 250% N N
Texas 3,471,310 972,715 (S) 200% N N
Utah 247,298 59,698 (S) 200% N N
Vermont 72,826 7,054 (S) 300% N N
Virginia 625,438 182,128 (C) 200% N N
Washington 764,662 43,364 (S) 300% N N
West Virginia 249,203 37,631 (S) 250% N N
Wisconsin 537,093 172,451 (M) 300% Y n/a
Wyoming 59,142 8,586 (S) 200% N N

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