This brief is the first in a series exploring how lessons learned from the first three to five years of Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) implementation can inform ACA implementation. This brief reviews the CHIP ACABrief1experience with enrollment, a timely focus of ACA implementation. Future briefs in this series may focus on public education, outreach and enrollment; state and federal relationships and changing state positions on implementation; benefits, cost sharing, quality, and innovation; and CHIP’s on-going role under the ACA.

Other Briefs in This Series

Brief 2 – Successfully Navigating the CHIP State-Federal Relationship and Challenges to State Implementation
Brief 3 – Outreach, Enrollment and Retention