Figure 1. Race and Ethnicity of New SCHIP Enrollees

Who's Enrolled in SCHIP? CHIRI[TM] Issue Brief No. 3

Data on SCHIP new enrollees show that SCHIP is insuring the intended population-children in low-income working families without health insurance- and bridging the gap between private and public insurance.
A bar graph showing the race and ethnicity of new SCHIP enrollees in five States. In Alabama, 64 percent of new enrollees were white non-Hispanic, 33 percent were black non-Hispanic, 2 percent were Hispanic, and 1 percent belonged to other groups; in Florida (among adolescents only), 55 percent of new enrollees were white non-Hispanic, 16 percent were black non-Hispanic, 26 percent were Hispanic, and 3 percent belonged to other groups; in Indiana (among CSHCN only), 78 percent of new enrollees w

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Current as of December 2012
Internet Citation: Figure 1. Race and Ethnicity of New SCHIP Enrollees: Who's Enrolled in SCHIP? CHIRI[TM] Issue Brief No. 3. December 2012. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD. http://www.ahrq.gov/cpi/initiatives/chiri/Briefs/brief3/chr3fig1.html