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  1. The Economic and Fiscal Climate: The Impact on State Budgets, Medicaid and Long-Term Care
  2. Medicaid: Critically Important
  3. Incomes of Four in Nine Elderly Were. Below 200% of Poverty, 2000
  4. Medicaid Spending on Services for the Elderly, 1998
  5. Medicaid's Role in Long-Term Care
  6. Medicaid as a Share of Total Federal Grants to States 1987 and 2000
  7. Average Annual Growth Rates of Total Medicaid Expenditures 1990-2001
  8. Average Increases in Medicaid Spending vs. Total State Spending FY2000-2002
  9. Top Reasons Reported by State Medicaid Officials for Medicaid Expenditure Growth in FY 2001
  10. Average Annual Rate of Growth in Selected Medicaid Expenditures, 1998-2000
  11. Converging Trends Impacting Medicaid Now
  12. Annual Increase In Health Insurance Premiums, 1992-2001
  13. Managed Care is less able to control costs for States...
  14. 'Direct-to-Consumer' ads linked to higher Rx costs?
  15. Total Medicaid Enrollment in 50 States and the District of Columbia
  16. Number of Recipients on Welfare
  17. Total U.S. SCHIP Enrollment
  18. Aged and Disabled Medicaid Enrollment in 45 States
  19. Medicaid Prescription Drug Spending, 1998
  20. Medicaid Expenditures Per Enrollee, 2001
  21. Medicaid Payments vs. Recipients: U.S. in 2001
  22. Projected Total Medicaid Spending Per Enrollee, 2001-2005
  23. FY 2002 State Fiscal Stress
  24. 'They are not crying wolf.'
  25. Average State Year-End Balances as a Percentage of Expenditures, FY 1995-2002
  26. Total Medicaid Expenditures as Percent of Total State Expenditures 1987-2004
  27. State and Medicaid Budgets are now under Stress
  28. The Medicaid Budget Dilemma
  29. Budget Cuts are the Rule in FY 2002
  30. Medicaid Cost Reduction Actions FY 2002
  31. Long-Term Care Medicaid Cutbacks FY 2002
  32. More Medicaid Cutbacks FY 2002
  33. Number of States with Supplemental Medicaid Budget Funding FY 2000-2002
  34. Medicaid is a Federal-State Partnership, but...
  35. The Outlook: Increasing Medicaid Budget Stress


The Economic and Fiscal Climate: The Impact on State Budgets, Medicaid and Long-Term Care, a presentation by Vernon K. Smith of Health Management Associates, given at the AHRQ-NGA meeting, State Long-Term Care Systems: Reducing Cost, Quality and Access, held in Indianapolis, IN, May 6-8, 2002.

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