SPOTLIGHT: Automated enrollment helps extend children's coverage

Want to make sure uninsured children get the coverage for which they are eligible? One way is to let states give kids automatic approval for coverage if the state already has the information it needs in house. For example, states can prove eligibility from parental tax returns or food stamp enrollment forms, according to a report by the Urban Institute. Article

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