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Eligible for Health Coverage but Not Enrolled: CHI Reports 2009-Present

CHI conducts an annual estimate of the number of adults and children who are eligible for but not enrolled for public insurance programs.
Published: April 15, 2017 | Updated: April 8, 2020

About EBNE Reports

The Colorado Health Institute conducts an annual estimate of the number of adults and children who are eligible for but not enrolled (EBNE) in the Medicaid or Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+) public insurance program.

This is an important yearly measure of efforts across Colorado by state government as well as advocacy organizations to ensure that Colorado's most vulnerable have the benefit of health insurance and better access to medical care.

Read past reports below.

Past EBNE Reports

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2016 EBNE: Colorado’s Eligible but Not Enrolled Population Holding Steady

Rapid Enrollment Following ACA Expansion Begins to Slow

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2015 EBNE: Colorado’s Eligible but Not Enrolled Population Continues to Decline

Another Drop During Second Year of Affordable Care Act

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2014 EBNE: Higher Rate of Eligible Coloradans Are Getting Coverage

Colorado is chipping away at the percentage of residents who remain uninsured even though they are eligible for the Medicaid or Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+) public insurance programs.

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2012 EBNE: Colorado Adults' Health Insurance Status

CHI analyzes the number of Coloradan who are eligible for Medicaid but not enrolled.

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2011 EBNE: Colorado Children's Health Insurance Status

Each year, CHI publishes estimates of the number of kids who are eligible but not enrolled (EBNE) in both Medicaid and the Child Health Plan Plus. The latest estimates, using data from 2011, are available here in three new publications.

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2010 EBNE: Health Insurance Status of Colorado Adults

Adults represent the vast majority—about 83 percent—of Colorado’s uninsured. Digging deeper, CHI finds wide variation within that group of uninsured adults.

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2010 EBNE: Colorado Children's Health Insurance Status

CHI provides annual estimates of the number of Colorado children who are eligible but not enrolled (EBNE) in Medicaid and the Child Health Plan Plus (CHP+) programs. Broken down by county, the information helps state and local policymakers understand enrollment patterns. The 2012 update includes data from calendar year 2010.

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2009 EBNE: Medicaid Enrollment in the Wake of the 2009 Expansion

CHI's First Analysis of the Eligible but Not Enrolled Population

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