Child Health Insurance Research Initiative (CHIRI™)

Figure 2. Percent of Children Continuously Enrolled in SCHIP

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A bar graph showing the percent of children continuously enrolled in SCHIP. In Florida, 47% were continuously enrolled in SCHIP for at least 24 months, 14% were continuously enrolled in SCHIP for 13-23 months, 12% were continuously enrolled in SCHIP for 7-12 months, and 27% were continuously enrolled in SCHIP for 6 or fewer months. In Kansas, 24% were continuously enrolled in SCHIP for at least 24 months, 8% were continuously enrolled in SCHIP for 13-23 months, 51% were continuously enrolled in SCHIP for 7-12 months, and 17% were continuously enrolled in SCHIP for 6 or fewer months. In New York, 26% were continuously enrolled in SCHIP for at least 24 months, 22% were continuously enrolled in SCHIP for 13-23 months, 34% were continuously enrolled in SCHIP for 7-12 months, and 18% were continuously enrolled in SCHIP for 6 or fewer months. In Oregon, 4% were continuously enrolled in SCHIP for at least 24 months, 8% were continuously enrolled in SCHIP for 13-23 months, 20% were continuously enrolled in SCHIP for 7-12 months, and 68% were continuously enrolled in SCHIP for 6 or fewer months.

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Current as of December 2012
Internet Citation: Child Health Insurance Research Initiative (CHIRI™) : Figure 2. Percent of Children Continuously Enrolled in SCHIP. December 2012. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/cpi/initiatives/chiri/Briefs/brief1/contenrl.html