Data Visualization

Tracking Key Health Indicators

The State Health Care Spending Project, a collaboration between The Pew Charitable Trusts and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, is examining seven major areas of state health care spending—Medicaid, the Children’s Health Insurance Program, substance abuse treatment, mental health services, prison health care, active state government employee health insurance, and retired state government employee health insurance. The project will provide a comprehensive examination of each of these health programs that states fund. The programs vary by state in many ways, so the research will highlight those variations and some of the principal factors driving them. The project is concurrently releasing state-by-state data on 20 key health indicators to complement the programmatic spending analysis.

Media Contact: Michelle Blackston 202-540-6627

Topics: Health Care Costs, State Policy, Health

Project: State Health Care Spending

Media Contact

Michelle Blackston

Officer, Communications

202.540.6627