Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) State Plan (Title XXI)

 
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What you need to know

​The Children's Health Insurance Program, or CHIP, is a program under Title XXI of the Social Security Act which provides health coverage to eligible children in Nebraska. The CHIP State Plan is the official document describing the nature and scope of Nebraska's CHIP Program. In Nebraska, most CHIP and Medicaid services are delivered through the Heritage Health program.  

Questions regarding the CHIP State Plan may be sent to DHHS.MedicaidSPA@nebraska.gov.  

To view the state plan, see the link below:

MMDL System Approvals

  • CS3 - Eligibility for Medicaid Expansion Program
  • CS9 - Separate Child Health Insurance Program Eligibility - Coverage From Conception to Birth
  • CS14 - Child Health Insurance Program Eligibility - Children Ineligible for Medicaid as a Result of the Elimination of Income Disregards
  • CS15 - Separate Child Health Insurance Program MAGI-Based Income Methodologies
  • CS17 - Separate Child Health Insurance Program Non-Financial Eligibility - Residency
  • CS18 - Separate Child Health Insurance Program Non-Financial Eligibility - Citizenship
  • CS19 - Separate Child Health Insurance Program Non-Financial Eligibility - Social Security Number
  • CS24 - Separate Child Health Insurance Program General Eligibility - Eligibility Processing
  • CS27 - Separate Child Health Insurance Program General Eligibility - Continuous Eligibility