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CHIP Quality and Access of Care

The Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) is a state health insurance plan for children. Depending on income and family size, working Utah families who do not have other health insurance may qualify for CHIP. Children who may qualify for CHIP must meet income guidelines and be under age 19; not currently covered by health insurance; and US citizens or legal residents. Contact CHIP for more information about costs and enrollment.

Performance measures represent two to four questions asked in the survey. These questions are on a scale that includes “always”, “sometimes”, “usually”, or “never ”, or "yes" or "no".

The graphs represent the percentage of health plan members who gave their child's health plan a score of “usually” or” always”, or "yes" on this measure.



Getting Care Quickly:

What does this measure?

This measure asks enrollees how often their child received care as quickly as they wanted.

How is it measured?

This measure was created by combining different questions about “getting care quickly”; enrollees replied with “always”, “sometimes”, “usually”, or “never ”.

About the graph:

The graph represents the percentage of health plan members who gave their child's health plan a score of “usually” or” always” on this measure.


Getting Care Quickly
CHIP SelectHealth : 91.97% ; CHIP Molina : 87.59%

Getting Needed Care

What does this measure?

This measure asked enrollees how often their child received the care they needed.

How is it measured?

This measure was created by combining different questions about getting needed care. Enrollees reply with “always”, “sometimes”, “usually”, or “never ”.

About the graph:

The graph represents the percentage of health plan members who gave their child's health plan a score of “usually” or” always” on this measure.

 

Getting Needed Care
CHIP SelectHealth : 91.25% ; CHIP Molina : 78.25%

Doctor's Communication

What does this measure?

This measure asked enrollees how often their child's personal doctors listened and communicated well.

How is it measured?

This measure was created by combining different questions about how well “doctors communicated with their patients.” Enrollees replied with "always”, “sometimes”, "usually”, or “never ”.

About the graph:

The graph represents the percentage of health plan members who gave their child's health plan a score of “usually” or” always” on this measure.

CHIP SelectHealth : 97.13% ; CHIP Molina : 93.03%

Customer Service

What does this measure?

This measure asked how often customer service representatives were helpful and courteous

How is it measured?

This measure was created by combining different questions about how often health plans provide “customer service” well. Enrollees replied “always”, “sometimes”, "usually”, or “never ”.

About the graph:

The graph represents the percentage of health plan members who gave their child's health plan a score of “usually” or” always” on this measure.

Customer Service
CHIP SelectHealth : 93.85% ; CHIP Molina : 90.70%


Shared Decision Making

What does this measure?

This measure asked enrollees if their health provider discussed medicine options.

How is it measured?

This measure is created by combining different questions about discussions a member may have had with their health care provider about taking medicine. Enrollees replied “yes” or “no”.

About the graph:

The graph represents the percentage of health plan members who gave their health plan a score of “yes” on this measure.

 

Shared Decision Making
CHIP Molina : 79.89% ; CHIP SelectHealth : 78.57%