State Health Care Spending on Medicaid

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State Health Care Spending on Medicaid

Medicaid is the largest health insurance program in the United States, covering both acute and long-term care services for more than 66 million low-income Americans—children and their parents, as well as elderly and disabled individuals.

The data presented here are from the State Health Care Spending Project’s analysis of the impact of Medicaid on the states, including trends in spending and enrollment and the anticipated effects of the Affordable Care Act.

Read State Health Care Spending on Medicaid: A 50-state Study of Trends and Drivers of Cost for the full analysis.

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