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Awareness and Perceptions of Medicaid and SCHIP Among Low-Income Families with Uninsured Children: Findings from 2001


  • Genevieve Kenney
  • Jennifer Haley
  • Alexandra Tebay


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  • Genevieve Kenney & Jennifer Haley & Alexandra Tebay, "undated". "Awareness and Perceptions of Medicaid and SCHIP Among Low-Income Families with Uninsured Children: Findings from 2001," Mathematica Policy Research Reports a008c629c26e42c8a01b3ba4d, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:a008c629c26e42c8a01b3ba4d4eb4fd7

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    1. Anne DeCesaro & Jeffrey Hemmeter, "undated". "Unmet Health Care Needs and Medical Out-of-Pocket Expenses of SSI Children," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 647047018c90447b90ef8dcca, Mathematica Policy Research.

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    SCHIP ; Low-Income Families ; Uninsured Children ; Medicaid;

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    • I - Health, Education, and Welfare


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