Residential Care Facilities: A Key Sector in the Spectrum of Long-term Care Providers in the United States. About 4 in 10 RCFs served residents who were receiving LTC services paid by Medicaid

12/01/2011

  • Overall, 43% of RCFs had at least one resident who had some or all of his or her LTC services paid by Medicaid (Figure 5).

  • Similar proportions of small (45%) and large (40%) RCFs served residents who were receiving LTC services paid by Medicaid.

  • Extra large RCFs were least likely (32%) to serve residents whose LTC services were paid by Medicaid.

FIGURE 5. Residential Care Facilities Serving Any Resident Receiving Long-Term Care Services Paid by Medicaid, by Facility Size: United States, 2010
Bar Chart: All facilities (43); Small (45); Medium (49); Large (40); Extra large (32).
SOURCE: CDC/NCHS, National Survey of Residential Care Facilities, 2010.
NOTE: Figure excludes cases with missing data; see “Data sources and methods” for details.
  1. Medium facilities are significantly different from large and extra large facilities at p < 0.05.
  2. Large facilities are significantly different from medium and extra large facility at p < 0.05.
  3. Extra large facilities are significantly different from all other facilities sizes at p < 0.05.

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