FIGURE 1 6% 5% 14% 23% Children with incomes below 200% of poverty Children with incomes above 200% of poverty Percent of ...
FIGURE 2 5.6 million or 19% of all low-income children are uninsured. 7.2 million or 36% of all low-income parents are uni...
FIGURE 3 Percent of Uninsured Children Who Are Eligible or Not Eligible for Medicaid or SCHIP Source: Dubay, Holahan, and ...
FIGURE 4 Percent of Medicaid and SCHIP Children Who Are in Working Families Source: Current Population Survey data for 200...
FIGURE 5 Coverage of Recent SCHIP Enrollees During the Six Months Before They Enrolled Source:  Wooldridge et al., 2005.  ...
FIGURE 6 Coverage of Low-Income Urban and Rural Children, by Insurance Type Source: Current Population Survey data for 200...
FIGURE 7 African  American Hispanic White Percent of Children Under 200% of Poverty Without Insurance, by Racial/Ethnic Gr...
FIGURE 8 Health Insurance Coverage of Low-Income Children by Citizenship Status Source: Current Population Survey data as ...
FIGURE 9 Percent of Eligible Children With and Without Special Health Care Needs Who Participate in Medicaid or SCHIP  * D...
FIGURE 10 Medicaid Participation Rates Among Young Low-Income Children in States With and Without Parent Expansions Source...
FIGURE 11 Participation Rates for Eligible Children in Medicaid in States With and Without Expanded Parent Coverage, 1999 ...
FIGURE 12 Health Status of Children, by Insurance Type Health Status Source: CDC, 2006.  Analysis of 2005 National Health ...
FIGURE 13 Percent of Children With Asthma *Difference from Medicaid/SCHIP is significant with 90% or better confidence. So...
FIGURE 10 Percent of Children Who Are Overweight by Insurance Type Source: Haas et al., 2003. Based on 1996 Medical Expend...
FIGURE 14 Percent of Children With Learning Disabilities *Difference from Medicaid/SCHIP is significant with 90% or better...
FIGURE 15 Percent of Children Who Need Prescription Drugs on a Regular Basis *Difference from Medicaid/SCHIP is significan...
FIGURE 16 Percent of Children With No Usual Source of Health Care *Difference from Medicaid/SCHIP is significant with 90% ...
FIGURE 17 Percent of Children With  No Usual Source of Health Care Source: CDC, 2006.  Analysis of the National Health Int...
FIGURE 18 Percent of SCHIP Children With a Usual Source of Care Before and After Enrollment, By Racial/Ethnic Group Source...
FIGURE 19 Percent of Children With One or More Doctor or Health Professional Visits in Last Year *Difference from Medicaid...
FIGURE 20 Percent of Children With One or More Well-Child Visits in the Past Year *Difference from Medicaid/SCHIP is signi...
FIGURE 21 Likelihood of Having a Preventive Health Visit in the Prior Year, Compared to Children With Full-Year Private In...
FIGURE 22 Percent of Children Who Visit the Emergency Room Two or More Times a Year *The difference between 1997 and 2005 ...
FIGURE 23 Percent of Children Whose Medical Care Was Delayed Due to Cost *Difference from Medicaid/SCHIP is significant wi...
FIGURE 28 Percent of Children With Unmet Medical and Dental Needs in the Last Year *Difference from Medicaid/SCHIP is sign...
FIGURE 29 Percent of SCHIP Children With Unmet Needs Before and After Enrollment, by Racial/Ethnic Group Source: Shone et ...
FIGURE 24 Likelihood of Seeing a Dentist in the Prior Year, Compared to Children With Full-Year Private Insurance  *Differ...
FIGURE 25 Percent of Children With Improved Health Status in the Past 12 Months *Difference from Medicaid/SCHIP is signifi...
FIGURE 26 Percent of Children Hospitalized Due to Asthma  Source: Szilyagi, et al. 2006. Based on a survey of children enr...
FIGURE 27 Children’s Average School Performance Ratings Before SCHIP Enrollment and After One Year of SCHIP Source: Manage...
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Improving Children's Health: A Chartbook about the Roles of Medicaid and SCHIP

  1. 1. FIGURE 1 6% 5% 14% 23% Children with incomes below 200% of poverty Children with incomes above 200% of poverty Percent of Children Without Health Insurance Source: National Health Interview Survey data as analyzed by CBPP. See Appendix.
  2. 2. FIGURE 2 5.6 million or 19% of all low-income children are uninsured. 7.2 million or 36% of all low-income parents are uninsured. Number of Uninsured Children and Parents With Incomes Below 200% of Poverty Source: Current Population Survey data as analyzed by CBPP. See Appendix.
  3. 3. FIGURE 3 Percent of Uninsured Children Who Are Eligible or Not Eligible for Medicaid or SCHIP Source: Dubay, Holahan, and Cook, 2006. Analyses of 2004 CPS data. See Appendix. 9.0 million total uninsured children in 2005 6.7 million uninsured children already eligible
  4. 4. FIGURE 4 Percent of Medicaid and SCHIP Children Who Are in Working Families Source: Current Population Survey data for 2005, as analyzed by CBPP. See Appendix.
  5. 5. FIGURE 5 Coverage of Recent SCHIP Enrollees During the Six Months Before They Enrolled Source: Wooldridge et al., 2005. Congressionally-mandated evaluation of SCHIP. The categories do not necessarily sum to 100% due to rounding.
  6. 6. FIGURE 6 Coverage of Low-Income Urban and Rural Children, by Insurance Type Source: Current Population Survey data for 2005, as analyzed by CBPP. Uninsured 19% Private 28% Medicaid/ SCHIP 51% Private 29% Uninsured 17% Medicaid/ SCHIP 52% Urban Rural Other Public 2% Other Public 2%
  7. 7. FIGURE 7 African American Hispanic White Percent of Children Under 200% of Poverty Without Insurance, by Racial/Ethnic Group Source: Current Population Survey data as analyzed by CBPP. See Appendix.
  8. 8. FIGURE 8 Health Insurance Coverage of Low-Income Children by Citizenship Status Source: Current Population Survey data as analyzed by CBPP. Citizen Children in Native-born Families Immigrant Children
  9. 9. FIGURE 9 Percent of Eligible Children With and Without Special Health Care Needs Who Participate in Medicaid or SCHIP * Difference between children with and without special health care needs is significant with 95 percent or better confidence. Source: Davidoff et al., 2004.  Analyses of 2000-1 National Health Interview Survey.  See Appendix.
  10. 10. FIGURE 10 Medicaid Participation Rates Among Young Low-Income Children in States With and Without Parent Expansions Source: Ku and Broaddus, 2000. Analyses of Current Population Survey data.
  11. 11. FIGURE 11 Participation Rates for Eligible Children in Medicaid in States With and Without Expanded Parent Coverage, 1999 Source: Dubay and Kenney, 2003. Analyses of Current Population Survey.
  12. 12. FIGURE 12 Health Status of Children, by Insurance Type Health Status Source: CDC, 2006. Analysis of 2005 National Health Interview Survey. The categories do not necessarily sum to 100% due to rounding.
  13. 13. FIGURE 13 Percent of Children With Asthma *Difference from Medicaid/SCHIP is significant with 90% or better confidence. Source: CDC, 2006. Analysis of 2005 National Health Interview Survey.
  14. 14. FIGURE 10 Percent of Children Who Are Overweight by Insurance Type Source: Haas et al., 2003. Based on 1996 Medical Expenditure Panel Survey (MEPS) data.
  15. 15. FIGURE 14 Percent of Children With Learning Disabilities *Difference from Medicaid/SCHIP is significant with 90% or better confidence. Source: CDC, 2006. Analysis of 2005 National Health Interview Survey.
  16. 16. FIGURE 15 Percent of Children Who Need Prescription Drugs on a Regular Basis *Difference from Medicaid/SCHIP is significant with 90% or better confidence. Source: CDC, 2006. Analysis of 2005 National Health Interview Survey.
  17. 17. FIGURE 16 Percent of Children With No Usual Source of Health Care *Difference from Medicaid/SCHIP is significant with 90% or better confidence. Source: CDC, 2006. Analysis of 2005 National Health Interview Survey. See Appendix.
  18. 18. FIGURE 17 Percent of Children With No Usual Source of Health Care Source: CDC, 2006. Analysis of the National Health Interview Survey. See Appendix.
  19. 19. FIGURE 18 Percent of SCHIP Children With a Usual Source of Care Before and After Enrollment, By Racial/Ethnic Group Source: Shone et al., 2005. Based on survey of SCHIP enrollees in New York State.
  20. 20. FIGURE 19 Percent of Children With One or More Doctor or Health Professional Visits in Last Year *Difference from Medicaid/SCHIP is significant with 90% or better confidence. Source: CDC, 2006. Analysis of 2005 National Health Interview Survey.
  21. 21. FIGURE 20 Percent of Children With One or More Well-Child Visits in the Past Year *Difference from Medicaid/SCHIP is significant with 90% or better confidence. Source: CBPP analysis of the 2005 National Health Interview Survey.
  22. 22. FIGURE 21 Likelihood of Having a Preventive Health Visit in the Prior Year, Compared to Children With Full-Year Private Insurance *Difference from full-year private coverage is significant with 95% or better confidence. Source: Duderstadt et al., 2006. Based on analyses of 2003 NHIS. See Appendix.
  23. 23. FIGURE 22 Percent of Children Who Visit the Emergency Room Two or More Times a Year *The difference between 1997 and 2005 Medicaid/SCHIP figures is significant with 90% or better confidence. Source: 2005 National Health Interview Survey as analyzed by CBPP.
  24. 24. FIGURE 23 Percent of Children Whose Medical Care Was Delayed Due to Cost *Difference from Medicaid/SCHIP is significant with 90% or better confidence. Source: CDC, 2006. Analysis of 2005 National Health Interview Survey.
  25. 25. FIGURE 28 Percent of Children With Unmet Medical and Dental Needs in the Last Year *Difference from Medicaid/SCHIP is significant with 90% or better confidence. Source: CDC, 2006. Analysis of 2005 National Health Interview Survey.
  26. 26. FIGURE 29 Percent of SCHIP Children With Unmet Needs Before and After Enrollment, by Racial/Ethnic Group Source: Shone et al., 2005. Based on a survey of children enrolled in SCHIP in New York State.
  27. 27. FIGURE 24 Likelihood of Seeing a Dentist in the Prior Year, Compared to Children With Full-Year Private Insurance *Difference from full-year private coverage is significant with 95% or better confidence. Source: Duderstadt et al., 2006, based on 2003 National Health Interview Survey. See Appendix.
  28. 28. FIGURE 25 Percent of Children With Improved Health Status in the Past 12 Months *Difference from Medicaid/SCHIP is significant with 90% or better confidence. Source: CDC, 2006. Analysis of 2005 National Health Interview Survey. See Appendix.
  29. 29. FIGURE 26 Percent of Children Hospitalized Due to Asthma Source: Szilyagi, et al. 2006. Based on a survey of children enrolled in New York’s SCHIP program.
  30. 30. FIGURE 27 Children’s Average School Performance Ratings Before SCHIP Enrollment and After One Year of SCHIP Source: Managed Risk Medical Insurance Board, 2002.

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