SOURCE: Mathematica Policy Research analysis of 2009 MAX data for 37 states and the District of Columbia with representative FFS LTSS data (excludes data from Arizona, Hawaii, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, New Mexico, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee, and Wisconsin). NOTES: Excludes enrollees in managed care and those eligible for only restricted Medicaid benefits. HCBS include 1915(c) waiver services and state plan services for personal care, residential care, home health, adult day care, and private duty nursing. ILTC includes services provided in nursing homes, ICFs/IID, mental hospitals for the aged, and inpatient psychiatric facilities for people under age 21. Medicaid spent $90 billion on LTSS in 2009 in the 38 states in this study (Table II.2). These expenditures represented about 55 percent of total Medicaid expenditures for aged and enrollees with disabilities in these states. (See Appendix Table D.2 for state-level detail, presented alphabetically by state.) Nationwide, about 45 percent of Medicaid LTSS expenditures were allocated to HCBS, from about 15 percent in Mississippi to 75 percent in Washington.
State:Total LTSS $ :Total LTSS Users
|State||Total LTSS $||Total LTSS Users|
|District of Columbia||590,462,733||11,121|