TITLE XXI—STATE CHILDREN’S HEALTH INSURANCE PROGRAM
TABLE OF CONTENTS OF TITLE
Sec. 2101. Purpose; State child health plans
Sec. 2102. General contents of State child health plan; eligibility; outreach
Sec. 2103. Coverage requirements for children’s health insurance
Sec. 2106. Process for submission, approval, and amendment of State child health plans
Sec. 2107. Strategic objectives and performance goals; plan administration
Sec. 2108. Annual reports; evaluations
Sec. 2109. Miscellaneous provisions
Sec. 2111. Phase-out of coverage for nonpregnant childless adults under CHIP; conditions for coverage of parents
Sec. 2112. Optional coverage of targeted low-income pregnant women through a State plan amendment
Sec. 2113. Grants to improve outreach and enrollment
 Title XXI appears in the United States Code as §§1397aa-1397mm, subchapter XXI, chapter 7, Title 42.
See Vol. II, P.L. 78-410, §399HH, with respect to a national strategy for quality improvement in health care.
See Vol. II, P.L. 88-352, §601, for prohibition against discrimination in federally assisted programs.
See Vol. II, P.L. 106-113, Appendix F, Title VII, §704, with respect to references to SCHIP and State Children’s Health Insurance Program.
See Vol. II, P.L. 106-554, §1(a)(6)[802(c)], with respect to the elimination of the requirement to reduce Title XXI allotment by Medicaid expansion SCHIP costs.
See Vol. II, P.L. 111-148, §1418, with respect to streamlining of procedures for enrollment through an exchange and State Medicaid, CHIP, and health subsidy programs.
See Vol. II, P.L. 114–10, §305, with respect to HHS inspector General report on use of Express Lane Option under Medicaid and CHIP.
See Vol. II, P.L. 115–245, §§506, 507, for limitations on funds appropriated for the administration of Title XXI programs.
See Vol. II, P.L. 115–271, §1005, with respect to guidance to States from the Secretary of Health and Human Services to improve care for infants with neonatal abstinence syndrome and their families, and on available financing options under Medicaid and CHIP.
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