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The CHILD Project: How to Insure Wisconsin's Children

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Michael Jacob, MS (bio)

April 9 2008

19 minutes

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Health insurance is a key component to the health of our students. Michael Jacob will describe the Connecting Health Insurance to Lunch Data (CHILD) project, a three-year endeavor to enhance the public health of Wisconsin’s children through insurance coverage. Sharing early results from this project, he will describe the essential role of schools in assuring health insurance coverage for their student populations. The audience will gain an understanding of the challenges and opportunities inherent in working with school districts to enhance the insurance coverage of children throughout the state.

Series:

Healthy Classrooms: A Public Health in Education Symposium

Categories:

Health Policy

Tags:

Covering the Uninsured, Health Care Policy, Health Insurance, Uninsured
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