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Title XXI of the Social Security Act, State Children’s Health Insurance Program
42 CFR Part 457, State Children's Health Insurance Programs (SCHIPs)
 Check here if the state elects to use funds provided under Title XXI only to provide expanded eligibility under the state’s Medicaid plan, and continue on to Section 9.
8.1.1. YES
8.1.2. NO, skip to question 8.8.
8.2.1. Premiums: $10 per family per month (PFPM) for families with incomes between 101% and 133% of the FPL, $15 PFPM for families with incomes between 134% and 166% of the FPL, and $25 PFPM for families with incomes between 167% and 200% of the FPL (see Section 4.3 for information on effect of non-payment of premiums). Incentives for pre-payment of premiums will be considered. Fifteen dollars ($15.00) per family per month for families with incomes between 134% and 166% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL) and twenty-five dollars ($25.00) per family per month for families with incomes between 167% and 212% of the FPL. (See Section 4.3 and CHIP MAGI State Plan Page CS21 for information on the effect of non-payment of premiums).
Incentives for pre-payment of premiums include the following: Pay three (3) months get one (1) premium free month; pay six (6) months get two (2) premium free months; pay nine (9) months get three (3) premium free months.
>142% FPL < or =176% FPL 134% FPL = 176% FPL
177% FPL < or = 212%FPL 177% FPL = 212% FPL
Payments that are less than one (1) month’s premium will not be accepted.
Pay three (3) months – get one (1) premium free month
Pay six (6) months – get two (2) premium free months
Pay nine (9) months – get three (3) premium free months.
Last Updated: December 31 1969 19:00:00.
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