Mathematica Policy Research Inc., Health Management Associates and the Urban Institute conducted a wide-ranging independent evaluation of Covering Kids & Families® (CKF).
The evaluation has produced a number of issue briefs on topics ranging from the Deficit Reduction Act`s citizenship documentation requirements to state agencies' experiences with process improvement collaboratives. The issue briefs are designed to provide key findings from the CKF evaluation in a short, digestible format.
- Improving Public Coverage for Children: Lessons from CKF in Washington
- Improving Public Coverage for Children: Lessons from Covering Kids & Families in New Jersey
- Deficit Reduction Act Citizenship Requirements through the Eyes of Covering Kids & Families Grantees
- A Policy Perspective on the Deficit Reduction Act
- Making Health Care a Reality for Low-Income Children and Families
- The Deficit Reduction Act’s (DRA) Citizenship Documentation Requirements for Medicaid Through the Eyes of State Officials in December 2006 and January 2007
- Improving Processes and Increasing Efficiency
- CKF Coalitions Propel Policy and Procedural Changes