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Insurance matters for low-income adults: results from a five-state survey.

Schoen C, Lyons B, Rowland D, Davis K, Puleo E.

Health Aff (Millwood). 1997 Sep-Oct;16(5):163-71.

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Income eligibility thresholds, premium contributions, and children's coverage outcomes: a study of CHIP expansions.

Gresenz CR, Edgington SE, Laugesen MJ, Escarce JJ.

Health Serv Res. 2013 Apr;48(2 Pt 2):884-904. doi: 10.1111/1475-6773.12039.

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The effects of SCHIP on children's health insurance coverage: early evidence from the community tracking study.

Cunningham PJ, Hadley J, Reschovsky J.

Med Care Res Rev. 2002 Dec;59(4):359-83.

PMID:
12508701
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Insurance premiums and insurance coverage of near-poor children.

Hadley J, Reschovsky JD, Cunningham P, Kenney G, Dubay L.

Inquiry. 2006-2007 Winter;43(4):362-77.

PMID:
17354371
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Safety net "crowding out" private health insurance for childless adults.

DeFrancesco L.

Find Brief. 2004 Jun;7(3):1-4.

PMID:
15264357
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Insuring low-income adults: does public coverage crowd out private?

Kronick R, Gilmer T.

Health Aff (Millwood). 2002 Jan-Feb;21(1):225-39.

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Public health insurance eligibility and labor force participation of low-income childless adults.

Guy GP Jr, Atherly A, Adams EK.

Med Care Res Rev. 2012 Dec;69(6):645-62. doi: 10.1177/1077558712457050.

PMID:
22922636
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Why are low-income teens more likely to lack health insurance than their younger peers?

Leininger LJ, Burns ME.

Inquiry. 2011 Summer;48(2):123-37.

PMID:
21898984
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Public insurance expansions and crowd out of private coverage.

Marquis MS, Long SH.

Med Care. 2003 Mar;41(3):344-56.

PMID:
12618638
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Assessing potential enrollment and budgetary effects of SCHIP premiums: findings from Arizona and Kentucky.

Kenney G, Marton J, McFeeters J, Costich J.

Health Serv Res. 2007 Dec;42(6 Pt 2):2354-72.

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Trade-offs between public and private coverage for low-income children have implications for future policy debates.

McMorrow S, Kenney GM, Anderson N, Clemans-Cope L, Dubay L, Long SK, Wissoker D.

Health Aff (Millwood). 2014 Aug;33(8):1367-74. doi: 10.1377/hlthaff.2014.0264.

PMID:
25092838
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Determinants of public and private insurance enrollment among Medicaid-eligible children.

Davidoff AJ, Garrett B.

Med Care. 2001 Jun;39(6):523-35.

PMID:
11404638
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Who can participate in the California health benefit exchange? A profile of subsidy-eligible uninsured and individually insured.

Pourat N, Kinane CM, Kominski GF.

Policy Brief UCLA Cent Health Policy Res. 2011 May;(PB2011-3):1-8.

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The impact of CHIP premium increases on insurance outcomes among CHIP eligible children.

Nikolova S, Stearns S.

BMC Health Serv Res. 2014 Mar 3;14:101. doi: 10.1186/1472-6963-14-101.

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Effects of public premiums on children's health insurance coverage: evidence from 1999 to 2003.

Kenney G, Hadley J, Blavin F.

Inquiry. 2006-2007 Winter;43(4):345-61.

PMID:
17354370
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Adults ages 50-64 and the Affordable Care Act of 2010.

Collins SR, Doty MM, Garber T.

Issue Brief (Commonw Fund). 2010 Dec;105:1-20.

PMID:
21155372
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Relative Affordability of Health Insurance Premiums under CHIP Expansion Programs and the ACA.

Gresenz CR, Laugesen MJ, Yesus A, Escarce JJ.

J Health Polit Policy Law. 2011 Oct;36(5):859-77. doi: 10.1215/03616878-1407658.

PMID:
21785010
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