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UI study shows low rate of uninsured children in Iowa | Iowa Now - The University of Iowa

Results from the Iowa Child and Family Household Health Survey on Health Insurance Coverage of Children in Iowa revealed implications for implementation of the Affordable Care Act, including increased incentive for families in Iowa to enroll their children in programs for which they are currently eligible, yet not enrolled.

In 2010-11, 3 percent of Iowa children were without medical insurance. Sixty percent of these children were eligible for either Medicaid or hawk-i, Iowa’s version of the federal S-CHIP program. If all eligible children were enrolled in these programs, all but one percent of Iowa’s children would have health insurance.



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