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        Children's Health Insurance Program

        We thank the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation for sponsoring this supplement, and the US Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation for supporting development of the manuscripts.
        This supplement is dedicated to our colleague Andrew Hyman, who led the coverage team at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and fought tirelessly to improve health coverage and access to care for low income children and families.
        The opinions or views expressed in this supplement are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the opinions or recommendations of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, Mathematica Policy Research, or The Urban Institute.

        Introduction

        S1 The Children's Health Insurance Program Reauthorization Act Evaluation Findings on Children's Health Insurance Coverage in an Evolving Health Care Landscape Mary E. Harrington

        Commentaries

        S7 The Children's Health Insurance Program as Adolescence Ends: Nearly 2 Decades of Children's Coverage Nancy De Lew, Arnold M. Epstein, and Cynthia Mann
        S9 Alabama's Perspective of the Child Health Insurance Program Cathy Caldwell and Teela Carmack
        S11 The Children's Health Insurance Program Strengthens Children's Health Care James M. Perrin and Robert Hall
        S13 The Children's Health Insurance Program and the Goldilocks Effect Peter G. Szilagyi
        S15 The Children's Health Insurance Program Lessons for Health Reform Sara Rosenbaum
        S17 Support for the Children's Health Insurance Program Paves the Way for Broader Consensus on Coverage Policy Katherine Hempstead

        Program Design and Implementation Experiences

        S19 CHIP and Medicaid: Evolving to Meet the Needs of Children Ian Hill, Sarah Benatar, Embry Howell, Brigette Courtot, Margaret Wilkinson, Sheila D. Hoag, Cara Orfield, and Victoria Peebles
        S28 Spotlight on Express Lane Eligibility (ELE): A Tool to Improve Enrollment and Renewal Sheila D. Hoag

        Health Insurance Coverage for Low-income Children

        S36 Children Eligible for Medicaid or CHIP: Who Remains Uninsured, and Why? Genevieve M. Kenney, Jennifer M. Haley, Nathaniel Anderson, and Victoria Lynch
        S44 Enrollment and Disenrollment Experiences of Families Covered by CHIP Christopher Trenholm, Mary Harrington, and Claire Dye
        S50 Access to Private Coverage for Children Enrolled in CHIP Stacey McMorrow, Genevieve M. Kenney, Timothy Waidmann, and Nathaniel Anderson
        S56 Program Churning and Transfers Between Medicaid and CHIP Sean M. Orzol, Lauren Hula, and Mary Harrington

        Health Care Access, Use, and Content of Care for Low Income Children

        S64 How Well Is CHIP Addressing Primary and Preventive Care Needs and Access for Children? Kimberly V. Smith and Claire Dye
        S71 How Well Is CHIP Addressing Health Care Access and Affordability for Children? Lisa Clemans-Cope, Genevieve Kenney, Timothy Waidmann, Michael Huntress, and Nathaniel Anderson
        S78 How Well Is CHIP Addressing Oral Health Care Needs and Access for Children? Lisa Clemans-Cope, Genevieve Kenney, Timothy Waidmann, Michael Huntress, and Nathaniel Anderson
        S85 Children with Special Health Care Needs in CHIP: Access, Use, and Child and Family Outcomes Joseph S. Zickafoose, Kimberly V. Smith, and Claire Dye