Outreach and Enrollment


Improving Outreach and Enrollment Efforts in Health Centers Through Medical-Legal Partnership (NACHC 2017)

Third Party Payments and Cost Sharing Discounts: Key Issues for Health Centers, Emerging Issues #8

Presumptive Eligibility and Federally Qualified Health Centers, Promising Practices #13

Spotlight on the States #6: Outstationed Eligibility Workers and Community Health Centers: A Connecticut Case Study

Health Centers and Enrollment: A Two Part Series (Enroll America, 2012)

Reaching and Enrolling Kids and Families, Promising Practices #7 (NACHC 2011)

Lessons Learned from Children’s Coverage Programs: Outreach, Marketing, and Enrollment – National Academy for State Health Policy

Holding Steady, Looking Ahead: Annual Findings of a 50-State Survey of Eligibility Rules, Enrollment and Renewal Procedures, And Cost Sharing Practices in Medicaid and CHIP(Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured, January 2011)

Diagnosing What Works for State Medicaid and CHIP Programs (National Academy for State Health Policy and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, March 2010)

Enrollment Policy Provisions in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act(Families USA, December 2010)

Connecting Kids to Coverage: Continuing the Progress(2010 CHIPRA Anniversary Report)

Funding Opportunities and Updates:

CMS Final Rule on Funding for Medicaid Eligibility Determination and Enrollment Activities – (Department of Health and Human Services, April 2011)

CHIPRA Performance Bonuses – (InsureKidsNow.gov)

States Leading the Way on Implementation: HHS Awards “Early Innovator” Grants to Seven States – (HealthCare.gov, February 2011)

Eligibility and Enrollment:

Presumptive Eligibility

Presumptive Eligibility: Providing Access to Health Care Without Delay and Connecting Children to Coverage – (Georgetown University Health Policy Institute – Center for Children and Families, May 2011)

Presumptive Eligibility – (The Future of Children: Brookings Institution and Princeton University, Spring 2003)

Express Lane Eligibility

Express Lane Eligibility: Early State Experiences and Lessons for Health Reform– (Families USA, January 2011)

Express Lane Eligibility and Beyond: How Automated Enrollment Can Help Eligible Children Receive Medicaid and CHIP – (National Academy for State Health Policy and The Urban Institute, April 2009)

Maryland: Using Tax Forms to Identify Eligible Kids – (The Commonwealth Fund, August 2009)


CMS Exchange and Medicaid Information Technology Guidance 2.0 – (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services)

Medicaid’s Role in the Health Benefits Exchange: A Road Map for States – (National Academy for State Health Policy and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, March 2011)

Outreach and Enrollment in the Field:

Connecting Kids to Coverage: Ten Things Community Health Centers Can Do – (InsureKidsNow.gov)

Wisconsin: Strategies for Increasing Coverage Eligibility and Enrollment – (The Commonwealth Fund, August 2009)

Not the Usual Suspects: Outreach and Enrollment Best Practices for Children’s Health Insurance Programs – (Michigan Primary Care Association, United Way, and AmeriCorps Michigan)

New Mexico: Outreach Grant Funding for “Enrollment Kiosks” – (The Commonwealth Fund, May 2010)

Innovative CHIP/Medicaid Outreach and Enrollment Strategies -The experiences of Connecticut and Texas – Promising Practices #5 (NACHC July 2009)

Medicaid Outreach and Enrollment for Pregnant Women: What Is the State of the Art? – (The Urban Institute & National Academy for State Health Policy, March 2009)

Medicaid and CHIP Retention: A Key Strategy to Reducing the Uninsured – (The Southern Institute on Children and Families, March 2009)