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health coverage helps lower, middle-income families purchase coverage with tax credits and cost-sharing subsidies to help reduce how much they pay out-of-pocket for health care.

Future of Children’s Health Coverage Series Brief #2: Rethinking Pediatric Dental Coverage

By Colin Reusch, Children’s Dental Health Project and Joan Alker, Georgetown University Center for Children and Families Last month, a U.S. Senator called children’s dental health “a huge issue people simply don’t think about very often.” Here at Georgetown University’s Center for Children and Families and the Children’s Dental Health Project, we think it is time to […]

Fulfilling the Promise of Children’s Dental Coverage

Fulfilling the Promise of Children’s Dental Coverage is the second brief in our Future of Children’s Health Coverage series. The brief, coauthored by Colin Reusch with the Children’s Dental Health Project, offers twelve policy options that state and federal policymakers should consider to strengthen pediatric dental coverage and ensure that more children receive oral health risk […]

School-Based Outreach for Health Coverage Enrollment: New Guide Highlights Successful Strategies

By Shelby Gonzalez, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities Across the country, children are stocking up on school supplies and teachers are preparing their classrooms and lesson plans. In addition to these traditional back-to-school activities, many school administrators and outreach groups are gearing up to raise awareness about the importance of health insurance and help […]

The Future of Children’s Health Coverage

The Affordable Care Act, Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program have made historic progress in reducing the child uninsured rate. Yet some families continue to have difficulty affording coverage and getting their children the care they need. In June of 2016, the Center for Children and Families launched a new series of reports on […]