With today's data release showing health coverage progress in West Virginia stalled even prior to the COVID-19 crisis, our new policy brief details how our state can utilize a Children's Health Insurance Program buy-in to cover all kids wvpolicy.org/a-chip-buy-in-…
Much progress has been made to achieve the goal of universal child health care coverage. But challenges and a need for affordable, comprehensive insurance options remain. A well-designed CHIP buy-in program could be a cost-effective way of moving toward universal coverage.
To learn more about West Virginia's current uninsured numbers and how a CHIP buy-in program could help move our state toward universal child health care coverage, tune in to our Facebook Live tomorrow at 6pm. It will be streamed from the WVCBP Facebook page.

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