Historical and Projected Trends in Medicaid. Appendix A - Additional Tables and Charts

10/30/2006

Table A1. Medicaid Expenditures in $$ Millions. Actual Fiscal 2004

State General Fund Federal Funds Other State Funds Total
All States 85,906 154,585 22,070 262,561
Alabama 326 2,731 716 3,773
Alaska 230 669 83 982
Arizona 674 2,781 359 3,814
Arkansas 459 2,101 150 2,710
California* 11,009 15,459 3,018 29,486
Colorado 1,127 1,442 148 2,717
Connecticut 2,849 1,938 692 5,479
Delaware 346 384 0 730
Florida* 3,711 8,330 1,038 13,079
Georgia 1,716 3,669 53 5,438
Hawaii 322 530 8 860
Idaho 225 650 77 952
Illinois 3,277 5,539 1,684 10,500
Indiana* 1,488 2,808 11 4,307
Iowa 332 1,509 556 2,397
Kansas 549 1,103 80 1,732
Kentucky 740 3,003 377 4,120
Louisiana 723 3,614 541 4,878
Maine 529 1,454 64 2,047
Maryland 2,142 2,432 0 4,574
Massachusetts 2,908 2,908 0 5,816
Michigan* 1,960 4,803 1,492 8,255
Minnesota 2,341 2,831 0 5,172
Mississippi 258 2,674 541 3,473
Missouri* 1,097 3,691 957 5,745
Montana 127 493 20 640
Nebraska 457 895 25 1,377
Nevada 524 624 86 1,234
New Hampshire 374 599 168 1,141
New Jersey 3,556 4,023 50 7,629
New Mexico 418 1,886 34 2,338
New York 6,061 18,729 2,772 27,562
North Carolina 1,983 5,163 235 7,381
North Dakota 136 356 0 492
Ohio* 9,858 1,702 934 12,494
Oklahoma 596 1,852 125 2,573
Oregon 731 1,731 262 2,724
Pennsylvania* 5,054 8,441 1,553 15,048
Rhode Island 592 845 0 1,437
South Carolina 487 2,868 602 3,957
South Dakota 169 410 0 579
Tennessee* 2,108 4,857 666 7,631
Texas* 5,811 9,631 0 15,442
Utah* 192 915 163 1,270
Vermont 60 439 191 690
Virginia 1,812 1,977 37 3,826
Washington 2,420 2,750 0 5,170
West Virginia 228 1,554 211 1,993
Wisconsin 778 2,728 1,291 4,797
Wyoming 36 64 0 100

Source: National Association of State Budget Officers, 2004 State Expenditure Report


Table A2. Medicaid Expenditures as a Percent of Total Expenditures

State Fiscal 2003 Fiscal 2004 Fiscal 2005
All States 22.0 22.3 22.5
Alabama 23.6 23.5 20.8
Alaska 12.7 12.8 10.0
Arizona 17.5 17.6 19.5
Arkansas 19.5 19.8 19.0
California 19.2 18.8 20.2
Colorado 17.3 19.9 20.8
Connecticut 26.4 27.0 27.8
Delaware 15.5 15.6 15.4
Florida 24.0 25.2 24.5
Georgia 18.4 19.0 19.1
Hawaii 10.7 10.8 10.0
Idaho 19.6 20.8 20.6
Illinois 23.7 20.9 25.5
Indiana 20.5 20.0 21.5
Iowa 18.3 17.8 15.1
Kansas 17.6 17.0 18.8
Kentucky 20.8 21.7 20.9
Louisiana 23.6 24.1 20.6
Maine 28.5 31.3 33.3
Maryland 27.0 27.1 27.6
Massachusetts 20.8 22.6 23.2
Michigan 20.0 20.8 20.9
Minnesota 20.1 22.0 20.1
Mississippi 31.1 32.2 32.5
Missouri 32.6 32.0 34.4
Montana 15.6 16.2 14.9
Nebraska 18.9 19.4 17.4
Nevada 18.6 18.2 16.9
New Hampshire 21.7 26.4 28.0
New Jersey 22.0 20.6 19.3
New Mexico 22.1 24.4 22.0
New York 28.4 28.3 29.2
North Carolina 23.4 23.0 25.6
North Dakota 15.8 16.8 16.0
Ohio 23.1 25.9 23.1
Oklahoma 18.4 19.7 19.1
Oregon 17.7 15.9 16.4
Pennsylvania 29.8 31.3 32.1
Rhode Island 26.2 24.9 24.0
South Carolina 23.0 24.9 26.3
South Dakota 21.1 21.8 21.1
Tennessee 34.2 35.2 35.2
Texas 24.7 24.3 23.4
Utah 14.5 16.1 17.0
Vermont 21.4 21.5 20.5
Virginia 13.5 13.6 13.6
Washington 22.2 19.9 20.2
West Virginia 11.0 12.0 12.3
Wisconsin 12.6 14.6 14.3
Wyoming 4.6 4.6 4.5

Source: National Association of State Budget Officers, 2004 State Expenditure Report


Table A3. Medicare Payments Per Enrollee by Enrollment Group, FY 2003

  Children Adults Elderly Disabled Average
United States 1,467 1,872 10,799 12,265 4,072
Alabama 1,595 989 7,485 5,623 3,119
Alaska 3,504 4,443 17,921 23,402 6,512
Arizona 1,443 1,293 7,531 10,924 2,525
Arkansas 1,396 879 9,919 8,420 3,215
California 1,210 813 8,016 11,475 2,520
Colorado 1,603 2,447 12,290 13,932 4,595
Connecticut 1,920 2,281 20,158 21,050 6,657
Delaware 1,887 2,661 14,524 15,535 4,738
Dist of Col. 2,775 3,255 18,038 19,176 7,020
Florida 1,160 1,696 8,986 9,938 3,621
Georgia 1,302 2,606 7,336 7,421 3,061
Hawaii 1,413 2,163 10,102 9,835 3,462
Idaho 1,220 2,698 14,368 14,759 4,119
Illinois 1,372 2,359 4,749 13,077 3,552
Indiana 1,402 2,206 12,360 12,843 4,087
Iowa 1,540 2,358 13,351 14,611 5,169
Kansas 1,499 2,058 14,027 13,823 4,856
Kentucky 1,844 2,651 9,526 7,878 4,339
Louisiana 912 2,572 7,671 9,100 3,236
Maine 3,961 3,606 5,054 9,155 5,445
Maryland 2,327 3,984 14,345 17,053 5,870
Massachusetts 1,593 1,637 14,052 13,012 5,312
Michigan 1,033 1,99 11,601 10,446 3,741
Minnesota 2,254 2,440 13,977 21,583 6,376
Mississippi 1,225 2,664 8,142 7,132 3,495
Missouri 1,552 1,794 11,386 10,676 3,784
Montana 1,888 2,858 13,591 10,942 4,664
Nebraska 1,768 2,222 15,166 13,382 4,344
Nevada 1,409 2,059 7,336 11,033 3,491
New Hampshire 2,292 2,606 17,442 17,338 6,039
New Jersey 1,749 2,345 14,983 16,456 6,091
New Mexico 1,907 2,176 11,701 14,180 3,818
New York 1,885 3,418 21,903 24,888 7,583
North Carolina 1,540 2,884 9,478 11,558 4,463
North Dakota 1,537 1,879 16,966 17,195 5,702
Ohio 1,357 2,364 19,843 14,873 5,265
Oklahoma 1,319 1,608 8,847 9,808 3,171
Oregon 1,598 1,823 9,689 10,196 3,345
Pennsylvania 1,780 2,491 14,452 9,756 5,268
Rhode Island 2,175 2,301 16,045 16,262 6,308
South Carolina 1,421 1,538 4,901 9,352 2,974
South Dakota 1,688 2,601 12,259 14,014 4,451
Tennessee 1,163 2,658 7,307 7,361 3,283
Texas 1,478 2,419 7,842 10,599 3,371
Utah 1,591 1,413 10,295 13,983 3,286
Vermont 2,095 1,713 7,849 12,970 3,977
Virginia 1,393 2,354 9,065 10,585 4,241
Washington 1,050 1,880 9,347 8,223 2,793
West Virginia 1,545 2,166 13,001 8,480 4,456
Wisconsin 1,076 2,012 9,272 12,922 4,317
Wyoming 1,517 2,476 13,118 16,377 4,220

Source: The Urban Institute and Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured estimates based on data from Medicaid Statistical Information System (MSIS) reports from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), 2006


Figure A1

Figure A1: Percent of Children by State Below Poverty and Covered by Medicaid

Source: Urban Institute and Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured estimates based on pooled March 2004 and 2005 Current Population Surveys. Total US numbers are based on March 2004 estimates.

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