Includes FAQs and more.
Helps qualifying low-income families get health insurance for their children ages 18 and under.
Health care assistance for denial of insurance benefits, slow pay on claims, claims partially cancelled, etc. Campaign for Better Health Care An Illinois coalition working to create an accessible, quality health care system for all.
The Illinois Comprehensive Health Insurance Plan (CHIP) is a state health benefits program created by the Comprehensive Health Insurance Plan Act.
The state agency dedicated to improving the lives of Illinois families through healthcare coverage and child support services.
A collaborative of Illinois health policy and community based organizations: AARP of Illinois, AgeOptions, AIDS Foundation of Chicago, Campaign for Better Health Care, Health & Medicine Policy Research Group, Illinois Maternal & Child Health Coalition, Illinois PIRG Education Fund, and the Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law.
Illinois PIRG is a consumer group that stands up to powerful interests whenever they threaten our health and safety, our financial security or our right to fully participate in our democratic society.
A coalition of groups and individuals throughout Illinois working to enact a single-payer system for financing health care. It seeks coverage that is universal, equitably financed, not-for-profit, and publicly accountable, offering comprehensive health care and free choice of providers.
As part of the Federal Balanced Budget Act of 1997, Congress created the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) as a way to encourage the states to provide health insurance to uninsured children. This is Indiana’s implementation of the law.
Resources for consumers in Indiana.
General Questions about Health Care and Medicaid.
The National Association of Insurance Commissioners provides consumer insurance information for those considering or buying insurance.
Iowa’s program to help families with low income provide health insurance for their children.
Includes information on health care and insurance topics for consumers in Iowa.
A government program to help the poor obtain health care services. Also eligible are pregnant women and children 18 and under who meet income requirements, along with aged, blind, and disabled individuals.
The State of Washington’s Insurance Commission with how the new health care law will affect Oregonians.