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Just the Facts - Key Economic and Social Indicators for New York State

2006 Medicaid spending, total and per-capita

Rank, per-capita total spending
State
Per-capita spending 2006
Rank, total 2006 spending
2006 total spending
Rank, growth in spending
Growth in spending,
2005-2006
1
NEW YORK
$2,316 1 $44,712,222,361 18 3.00%
2
Rhode Island
$1,589 37 $1,696,670,833 27 0.40%
3
Vermont
$1,519 45 $947,607,479 4 9.10%
4
Massachusetts
$1,506 8 $9,696,897,004 25 1.00%
5
Maine
$1,478 36 $1,953,705,101 49 -13.10%
6
Alaska
$1,433 44 $959,922,656 37 -2.30%
7
New Mexico
$1,274 33 $2,490,147,301 12 5.10%
8
Pennsylvania
$1,247 4 $15,512,030,315 28 0.30%
9
Connecticut
$1,202 24 $4,213,071,822 21 2.50%
10
West Virginia
$1,154 34 $2,098,797,408 44 -5.60%
11
Louisiana
$1,134 20 $4,861,096,507 46 -10.60%
12
Mississippi
$1,124 27 $3,270,419,039 33 -1.30%
13
Delaware
$1,109 46 $946,598,649 2 11.20%
14
Missouri
$1,109 13 $6,477,005,485 29 -0.20%
15
Minnesota
$1,097 17 $5,666,177,093 24 1.10%
16
Ohio
$1,067 6 $12,251,082,457 35 -1.70%
17
New Jersey
$1,041 10 $9,084,304,080 1 19.20%
18
Kentucky
$1,041 23 $4,377,834,330 19 2.90%
19
North Carolina
$1,032 9 $9,140,498,490 34 -1.30%
20
Arkansas
$1,030 30 $2,895,086,328 13 4.90%
21
Arizona
$1,005 14 $6,195,618,153 7 8.10%
22
Tennessee
$1,004 15 $6,065,629,530 50 -20.20%
23
South Carolina
$942 25 $4,068,977,905 39 -2.90%
24
California
$939 2 $34,247,357,424 26 0.90%
25
Indiana
$899 16 $5,674,356,529 8 7.80%
26
Maryland
$890 19 $5,000,486,138 43 -5.10%
27
Iowa
$877 32 $2,614,996,813 5 8.60%
28
Washington
$872 18 $5,579,368,299 38 -2.80%
29
Nebraska
$869 38 $1,536,880,940 3 9.50%
30
Hawaii
$856 42 $1,100,740,166 11 5.40%
31
Alabama
$845 26 $3,885,724,359 23 1.50%
32
New Hampshire
$842 41 $1,106,718,695 48 -12.10%
33
Wisconsin
$837 22 $4,653,047,015 40 -4.10%
34
Oklahoma
$831 28 $2,972,933,819 9 5.70%
35
Michigan
$821 11 $8,288,303,539 42 -4.80%
36
Wyoming
$818 50 $421,403,854 16 3.30%
37
Oregon
$795 29 $2,941,032,951 17 3.10%
38
North Dakota
$793 49 $503,968,992 36 -1.90%
39
Illinois
$789 7 $10,118,625,295 45 -6.30%
40
South Dakota
$777 48 $607,475,395 31 -1.10%
41
Texas
$771 3 $18,115,908,724 32 -1.20%
42
Montana
$768 47 $725,886,163 14 4.70%
43
Kansas
$752 35 $2,077,616,164 10 5.40%
44
Georgia
$731 12 $6,840,869,446 47 -11.90%
45
Idaho
$712 43 $1,043,994,481 20 2.80%
46
Florida
$706 5 $12,763,018,102 41 -4.20%
47
Virginia
$609 21 $4,654,115,156 15 4.20%
48
Colorado
$604 31 $2,873,216,407 22 2.30%
49
Utah
$578 39 $1,473,234,280 6 8.50%
50
Nevada
$472 40 $1,177,644,552 30 -0.50%
United States
$1,015   $303,882,398,422   -0.20%
N.Y.S. % above U.S. avg. 128%        
N.Y.S. as % of U.S. total     15%    
Source: Public Policy Institute Analysis of Kaiser Family Foundation Data