Table 10.1: Medicaid—Medicaid Payments by Disability Status (in millions of dollars): Fiscal Year 2011

State Total Disabled %[1]
 U.S. 364,460 155,784 42.7
AL 4,182 1,788 42.8
AK 1,309 517 39.5
AZ 9,439 2,535 26.9
AR 3,636 1,618 44.5
CA 37,565 17,580 46.8
CO 3,478 1,497 43.0
CT 5,837 1,991 34.1
DE 1,462 464 31.7
DC 2,128 1,135 53.3
FL 17,258 6,290 36.4
GA 7,999 2,986 37.3
HI 1,466 428 29.2
ID 1,224 604 49.3
IL 11,871 5,036 42.4
IN 5,764 2,538 44.0
IA 3,280 1,553 47.3
KS 2,295 1,114 48.5
KY 5,597 2,640 47.2
LA 5,491 2,667 48.6
ME 1,467 686 46.8
MD 7,185 3,236 45.0
MA 10,690 5,092 47.6
MI 11,850 4,713 39.8
MN 7,929 3,504 44.2
MS 3,585 1,543 43.0
MO 6,248 2,989 47.8
MT 797 281 35.3
NE 1,610 680 42.2
NV 1,396 578 41.4
NH 1,032 442 42.8
NJ 8,880 4,380 49.3
NM 2,579 733 28.4
NY 51,202 22,228 43.4
NC 9,614 4,343 45.2
ND 727 304 41.8
OH 15,822 6,958 44.0
OK 3,713 1,482 39.9
OR 3,503 1,245 35.5
PA 17,700 8,968 50.7
RI 1,606 691 43.0
SC 5,151 1,808 35.1
SD 767 331 43.2
TN 11,209 4,387 39.1
TX 22,421 9,001 40.1
UT 1,995 720 36.1
VT 1,048 383 36.5
VA 5,969 2,726 45.7
WA 6,249 2,540 40.6
WV 2,928 1,247 42.6
WI 5,730 2,326 40.6
WY 577 260 45.1
State Total Disabled %[1]

Source: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 2013 Medicare and Medicaid Statistical Supplement, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Table 13.23; <http://www.cms.gov/MedicareMedicaidStatSupp/>; (accessed 21 July 2014).

[1] Disability as a percent of Total.

 


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