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Just published by the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, this report is comprised of a nationwide telephone survey of 1,335 low-income parents whose children are either participants in Medicaid or nonparticipants who appear to be eligible for it. Key survey findings include 1) children who are currently uninsured but eligible for Medicaid tend to come from two-parent, working families with little participation in welfare; and 2) a complicated process of enrollment, including extensive documentation, impedes delivery of the service to eligible children. According to their Website, "the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation is an independent philanthropy focusing on the major health care issues facing the nation."
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