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E-Enrollment and Express Lane Eligibility

Health information technology (HIT) provides many opportunities to reach eligible but uninsured children, enroll them, and maintain continuous coverage more simply, efficiently, and effectively.

E-Enrollment refers to the use of technology and data-sharing capabilities to streamline the enrollment of eligible children into public health insurance subsidy programs (Medicaid, CHIP, and premium tax credits and cost-sharing reductions in the Exchange) and to facilitate the renewal process for those programs.
E-Enrollment is the methodology of the future, as ACA requires states to develop and use secure electronic interfaces to exchange available data “to the maximum extent practicable” to establish, verify, and update eligibility for available health subsidy programs. E-Enrollment strategies include:

  • Online application and renewal opportunities;
  • Cross-program data sharing and data retrieval to facilitate eligibility and renewal determinations, as well as verification;
  • Automated processing, reporting, and tracking; and
  • Express Lane Eligibility (ELE), which allows Medicaid and CHIP agencies to borrow specific eligibility findings from other public need-based programs.

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>> Streamlining Enrollment Nationally

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Our Latest on Enrollment

  • New ‘Express Lane’ Links Food Stamp Recipients to Health Care
    on March 28, 2014
  • TCP Urges Congress to Act to Protect Children Getting Health Coverage Through CHIP
    on February 20, 2014
  • Kristen Golden Testa Praises Decision to Express Enroll California Kids Enrolled in CalFresh
    on February 10, 2014
  • FAQ: California’s New Express Lane Enrollment Process
    on February 07, 2014
  • TCP in Support of More Connections Between Medi-Cal and CalFresh Programs
    on December 12, 2013
 

DO YOU KNOW?

79.8% of children with health insurance receive a yearly preventative visit versus 57.2% of children without insurance. (Source: Federal Intragency Forum on Child and Family Statistics, America’s Children: Key National Indicators of Well-Being, 2011)

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