We compared health care utilization among children enrolled via ELE and nondisabled children who enrolled through standard pathways in each state. We used a two-step estimation approach, examining the likelihood of utilization and then the volume and cost of services among users. Regression adjustment...
Related Publications for Evaluating Express Lane Eligibility
Health Care Utilization Among Children Enrolled in Medicaid and CHIP via Express Lane EligibilityJun 01, 2015
Case Study of Louisiana's Express Lane EligibilityJan 12, 2014
Louisiana was the first state to implement the automatic enrollment option for Express Lane Eligibility (ELE).
CHIPRA Mandated Evaluation of Express Lane Eligibility: Final FindingsDec 30, 2013
As part of the Children's Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act of 2009 (CHIPRA), Congress permitted Express Lane Eligibility (ELE), which allows state Medicaid and/or CHIP programs to rely on another public agency's eligibility determination to qualify children for public health coverage or renew...
Case Study of South Carolina's Express Lane EligibilityNov 22, 2013
This report, part of a larger evaluation of ELE mandated by Congress, presents findings from a case study of South Carolina’s ELE policies, conducted in June 2013.
Case Study of Massachusett's Express Lane Eligibility ProcessesNov 19, 2013
This report, part of a larger Congressionally-mandated evaluation of ELE, presents findings from a case study of Massachusetts’ ELE policy, conducted in April 2013.
Case Study of Maryland's Express Lane EligibilityOct 25, 2013
Maryland’s experience with Express Lane Eligibility (ELE) predates the passage of the Children’s Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act (CHIPRA), the legislation that officially provided states with the option to adopt ELE.
Case Study of Iowa's Express Lane Eligibility ProcessesAug 23, 2013
Iowa currently operates two separate Express Lane Eligibility (ELE) processes.
Case Study of New Jersey's Express Lane Eligibility ProcessesMay 09, 2013
This report summarizes findings from a case study of New Jersey’s ELE processes, conducted in January 2013.
Case Study of Oregon's Express Lane Eligibility ProcessApr 30, 2013
In September 2010, Oregon implemented an Express Lane Eligibility (ELE) partnership to support enrollment of children into Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP).
CHIPRA Mandated Evaluation of Express Lane Eligibility: First Year FindingsDec 30, 2012
This report describes the nine programs approved for Express Lane Eligibility (ELE) as of April 2012.