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CHIP design and enrollment

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EPSDT◊ Eligibility and Utilization among Children Under 21, FY 2010
State Children Eligible for EPDST through Medicaid/CHIP* EPDST Participation Ratio**
◊Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis, and Treatment Program is the child health component of Medicaid. It is designed to improve the health of low-income children by financing appropriate and necessary pediatric services.
*Total unduplicated number of individuals under the age of 21 enrolled in Medicaid or a Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) Medicaid expansion program determined to be eligible for EPSDT services.
**The ratio of eligibles receiving any EPSDT Services to the number of eligibles who should have received such services.
Source: Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. 2010 Annual EPSDT Reports (Form 416). Accessed: 08/28/12.
Alabama 559,430 54%
Alaska 90,258 55%
Arizona 805,482 65%
Arkansas 417,502 46%
California 4,697,466 88%
Colorado 420,327 56%
Connecticut (data from 2009) 300,731 65%
Delaware 101,208 59%
District of Columbia 91,341 81%
Florida 2,035,073 66%
Georgia 1,206,083 51%
Hawaii 152,235 76%
Idaho 180,096 47%
Illinois 1,631,168 77%
Indiana 772,155 50%
Iowa 299,743 81%
Kansas 245,034 14%
Kentucky 541,565 57%
Louisiana 809,804 71%
Maine 145,543 43%
Maryland 591,820 63%
Massachusetts 615,599 75%
Michigan 1,247,782 50%
Minnesota 465,712 72%
Mississippi 427,655 42%
Missouri 686,693 73%
Montana 79,443 56%
Nebraska 164,960 92%
Nevada 228,169 68%
New Hampshire 100,381 73%
New Jersey 696,923 62%
New Mexico 374,082 71%
New York 2,150,748 61%
North Carolina 1,115,753 55%
North Dakota 50,372 46%
Ohio 1,379,150 57%
Oklahoma 569,228 56%
Oregon 339,022 63%
Pennsylvania 1,222,852 55%
Rhode Island 111,774 54%
South Carolina 591,865 62%
South Dakota 89,232 51%
Tennessee 880,919 64%
Texas 3,347,025 65%
Utah 212,960 61%
Vermont 62,862 52%
Virginia 653,352 73%
Washington 782,424 64%
West Virginia 219,576 46%
Wisconsin 564,011 74%
Wyoming 59,949 51%

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