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Health Care Coverage and Access for Children in Low-Income Families: Stakeholder Perspectives from Texas


  • Leslie Foster


This issue brief was prepared as part of a small-scale qualitative study funded by the David and Lucile Packard Foundation to convey recent positive developments, remaining unmet needs, and emerging issues in children’s health care coverage and delivery, from the perspective of knowledgeable stakeholders.

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  • Leslie Foster, 2016. "Health Care Coverage and Access for Children in Low-Income Families: Stakeholder Perspectives from Texas," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 9ba08e2fd3514ad28209bdf25, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:9ba08e2fd3514ad28209bdf25f2a757f

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    children's health; insurance coverage; low-income families; Texas;

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