Resources & Reports
Reducing Enrollee Churning in Medicaid, Child Health Plus, and Family Health Plus By: Lake Research Partners, Inc. Priority Areas: Expanding Health Care Coverage Date: February 2009 Type: Resources, Report
Approximately one-third of enrollees in New York State's public health insurance programs--Medicaid, Child Heath Plus, and Family Health Plus--fail to complete the annual recertification process and lose coverage despite remaining eligible, according to this NYSHealth-funded study conducted by Lake Research Partners. Some former beneficiaries manage to reenroll months later, resulting in a high churn rate that undermines efforts to provide continuous and stable health insurance to low-income New Yorkers.
Review of New York State Public Health Insurance Policy Changes and Enrollment in 2008 By: Children’s Defense Fund – New York Priority Areas: Expanding Health Care Coverage Date: February 2009 Type: Resources, Report
This NYSHealth-funded issue brief by the Children’s Defense Fund – New York (CDF-NY) reviews public health insurance policies implemented in 2007 and 2008 that may have collectively influenced child and adult enrollment in 2008.
Analysis of New York State Coverage Expansion Proposals: Potential Impact on Immigrants By: New Yorkers for Accessible Health Coverage & New York Immigration Coalition Priority Areas: Expanding Health Care Coverage Date: February 2009 Type: Resources, Report
New Yorkers for Accessible Health Coverage and the New York Immigration Coalition have produced an analysis of the potential impact of the nine leading proposals for health reform on immigrants. The NYSHealth-funded report is part of a broad analysis of how health coverage among immigrants can be increased.