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Fact Sheets: Medicaid & CHIP Provide Quality Health Insurance for Half of Pennsylvania Kids – February 2024

Over the past year, much has happened in Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) that has changed how families apply for or renew public health insurance for their children. The three fact sheets in this series show enrollment by Congressional, state House, and state Senate districts.

Report: State of Children’s Health in Pennsylvania – November 2023


The 2022 State of Children’s Health Report shows the factors that contribute to a child’s likelihood of being uninsured include family income, race and ethnicity, geography, and age. It uses the most recent Census data and examines the role of public health insurance programs as comprehensive coverage options and how Medicaid continues to provide a safety net of coverage during the COVID-19 public health emergency.

Fact Sheets: Medicaid & CHIP Helped Improve PA’s Child Uninsured Rate During the COVID-19 Pandemic – April 2023

During the past three years, Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) have been a lifeline for families by providing continuous health insurance coverage throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. With more than 1.4 million Pennsylvania children enrolled in Medicaid or CHIP, these programs connect kids to health care in every community across the commonwealth.

Report: State of Children’s Health in Pennsylvania – December 2022


The 2022 State of Children’s Health Report shows the factors that contribute to a child’s likelihood of being uninsured include family income, race and ethnicity, geography, and age. It uses the most recent Census data and examines the role of public health insurance programs as comprehensive coverage options and how Medicaid continues to provide a safety net of coverage during the COVID-19 public health emergency.