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Medicaid’s Role for Medicare Beneficiaries

Appendix

Table 1:  Enrollment and Spending for Medicare Beneficiaries Who Receive Medicaid By State, FY 2011
State Total Medicare Beneficiaries Receiving Medicaid
(in 100s)
Medicare Beneficiaries Receiving Medicaid as a Share of: Total Medicaid Spending on Medicare Beneficiaries
(in millions)
Distribution of Medicaid Spending for Medicare Beneficiaries by Type of Service (in millions): Medicaid Spending on Medicare Beneficiaries as % of Total Medicaid Spending
All Medicare Enrollees All Medicaid Enrollees Medicare Premiums Medical Care Long-Term Care
United States 9,972,300 21% 15% $146,906 $13,489 $41,652 $91,765 36%
Alabama 212,100 24% 20% $1,633 $250 $258 $1,125 35%
Alaska 15,100 22% 11% $358 $22 $72 $264 27%
Arizona 146,400 15% 12% $1,990 $203 $1,757 $31 22%
Arkansas 128,300 24% 18% $1,703 $159 $652 $892 42%
California 1,294,400 26% 11% $18,677 $2,248 $7,480 $8,949 34%
Colorado 77,500 12% 10% $1,466 $95 $358 $1,013 34%
Connecticut 155,000 27% 20% $2,977 $178 $439 $2,360 48%
Delaware 27,100 18% 11% $369 $33 $67 $270 25%
DC 23,400 29% 10% $520 $34 $89 $396 25%
Florida 675,500 19% 18% $7,190 $1,122 $2,014 $4,054 39%
Georgia 303,900 24% 16% $2,283 $295 $392 $1,596 29%
Hawaii 36,500 17% 13% $606 $57 $491 $58 38%
Idaho 39,600 17% 15% $499 $40 $143 $317 31%
Illinois 364,600 19% 12% $3,997 $379 $902 $2,716 30%
Indiana 172,900 17% 14% $2,584 $161 $629 $1,795 39%
Iowa 88,500 17% 15% $1,532 $104 $351 $1,077 45%
Kansas 68,400 16% 17% $1,106 $81 $178 $847 41%
Kentucky 194,100 25% 20% $1,817 $212 $365 $1,241 31%
Louisiana 201,600 29% 16% $1,962 $259 $333 $1,370 30%
Maine 104,000 38% 28% $1,299 $114 $647 $539 52%
Maryland 119,800 15% 12% $2,221 $186 $485 $1,549 29%
Massachusetts 255,100 23% 17% $5,533 $407 $2,177 $2,949 41%
Michigan 290,700 17% 12% $3,956 $389 $1,410 $2,157 32%
Minnesota 149,300 19% 14% $3,397 $172 $1,103 $2,121 40%
Mississippi 162,200 32% 21% $1,602 $201 $386 $1,014 37%
Missouri 187,200 18% 16% $2,810 $177 $898 $1,736 36%
Montana 19,700 11% 15% $399 $27 $73 $299 41%
Nebraska 44,300 16% 16% $719 $42 $195 $482 42%
Nevada 50,500 14% 13% $434 $72 $115 $247 28%
New Hampshire 34,500 15% 20% $589 $24 $104 $462 46%
New Jersey 208,300 15% 20% $4,300 $321 $846 $3,133 45%
New Mexico 69,100 21% 12% N/A $78 N/A N/A N/A
New York 839,300 28% 14% $22,838 $1,278 $4,658 $16,902 43%
North Carolina 335,100 22% 17% $3,346 $414 $784 $2,148 31%
North Dakota 16,300 15% 19% $402 $11 $44 $348 56%
Ohio 345,300 18% 15% $6,400 $383 $1,239 $4,779 41%
Oklahoma 119,700 19% 14% $1,304 $133 $296 $875 30%
Oregon 108,500 17% 15% $1,545 $142 $308 $1,094 35%
Pennsylvania 443,500 19% 18% $7,317 $550 $877 $5,889 36%
Rhode Island 41,100 22% 19% $760 $40 $434 $286 38%
South Carolina 160,200 20% 17% $1,633 $172 $513 $948 34%
South Dakota 22,100 16% 16% $264 $27 $46 $191 34%
Tennessee 279,100 26% 18% $2,582 $335 $1,583 $663 31%
Texas 642,900 21% 13% $7,438 $1,016 $2,255 $4,166 27%
Utah 30,200 10% 9% $465 $33 $173 $259 25%
Vermont 30,000 26% 15% $264 $6 $173 $86 21%
Virginia 191,700 16% 18% $2,325 $223 $403 $1,700 34%
Washington 180,600 18% 13% $2,271 $308 $278 $1,685 31%
West Virginia 87,200 23% 20% $1,037 $107 $119 $812 36%
Wisconsin 168,300 18% 13% $3,581 $164 $1,925 $1,493 49%
Wyoming 11,600 14% 13% $258 $6 $76 $176 47%
NOTES: Medical care includes acute care and prescription drugs. New Mexico spending data, with the exception of Medicaid payments for Medicare premiums, is not reported due to data quality issues. Much of Arizona’s and Hawaii’s long-term care spending shows up as managed care spending, and cannot be separated out into acute care versus long-term care within managed care spending. As a result, not all long-term care spending in these states is being captured as long-term care spending.
SOURCE:  Kaiser Family Foundation and Urban Institute estimates based on data from FY 2011 MSIS and CMS‐64 reports. Because 2011 data were unavailable, 2010 MSIS data were used for Florida, Kansas, Maine, Maryland, Montana, New Mexico, New Jersey, Oklahoma, Texas, and Utah, and then adjusted to 2011 CMS‐64 spending levels. 2011 Medicare enrollment numbers from Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), CMS Program Statistics, accessed March 2016.
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