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Medical assistance financed under the public assistance titles of the Social security act
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) U.S. DEPART~EJI' OF HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND WELFARE
Social and Rehabilitation Service
March 1968


I.'-'DICAL A'.-ISTATICiH FII"11,'7 I'7RD
UTIDFJR THE
PUBLIC ASSI!ETArCE TITLES
OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY ACT 1969
AUGUST 1967


Introduction


For the middle month of each calendar quarter State agencies receiving
grants-in-aid for public assistance report the number of people who
received medical assistance and the amount of payments to medical
vendors or to health-insuring agencies. I/ This release presents sum-
maries of the data reported for August 1967. The tables cover medical
vendor payments under all the federally aided public assistance programs
under the Social Security Act. Separate data are shown, nationally and
by State, for recipients and payments under medical assistance programs
under title XIX of the Act and for recipients and payments under pro-
visions for medical vendor payments under titles I, IV, X, XIV, and
) XVI.


Statistical Summary

About 4.2 million people had payments for medical care made on their
behalf in August 1967. For 3.1 million the State agency or its fiscal
agent made the payments to medical vendors and for 1.6 million the
payments took the form of premium or per capital amounts paid into
various health-insuring systems, principally the Social Security
Administration system.

For some people--about 430,000--both kinds of payments were made. Total
expenditures for bills and premiums paid during August came to
$256 million, of which only $10.3 million--or 4 percent--went for premiums
to insurance systems.

Title XIX.--Nine-tenths (90%) of the August expenditures were made by
States operating medical assistance programs under title XIX. These
States also accounted for nine-tenths (90%) of the people for whom


1/ Limitations of monthly data and a description of the data reported are
provided following the statistical summary for the report month.









payments were made to medical vendors and for about two-fifths (37%)
of those on whose behalf monthly premium payments were made to various
types of insurance funds.

Note: Because .premium payments comprise so small a proportion of total
expenditures, yet -are'made every month for a sizeable group, including
many for whom no medical service actually is provided, an analysis which
excludes these payments and the people on whose behalf they are made, is
more meaningful thn dhie in which they are included. These data are
therefore excluded fr4 the summary which follows; they are, however,
show in the accom i ing tables.

Distribution of reCipients and payments by basic eligibility factor.--As
indicated above, recipients of medical assistance are classified in five
groups on the basis of the eligibility factor that enables them to
qualify for medical assistance, i.e., age 65 or over, blindness, perma-
nent and total disability, membership in a family with dependent children
under age 21, and "other."

The largest group of recipients--about 43 percent--are members of families
with dependent children; but most of the payments--about 47 percent--go
to the aged, who comprise about 38 percent of all recipients. Bills
paid for members of families with dependent children account for about
27 percent of the total. Recipients who are permanently and totally dis-
abled represented a little more than a tenth of all recipients but their
medical bills came to about 15 percent of all payments. The larger pro-
portion of bills than of recipients found among the aged and permanently
and totally disabled probably reflects the greater need for hospital and
nursing home care among these groups. Average costs per person receiving
these two kinds of service are known to be relatively high.

Distribution of recipients and payments between money payment recipients
and others.--About 65 percent of the people who had their medical bills
paid in August were recipients of money payments; their bills, however,
accounted for only about 45 percent of the payments to medical vendors.
This disparity between the percentage of medical assistance recipients
and percentage of payments accounted for by the money payment group is
apparent in each "eligibility group." The reason undoubtedly is that for
money payment recipients all medical bills, both large and small, must be
paid from public assistance funds; the presence of some small bills will
tend to bring down the average payment for the money payment group. The
situation is different among those for whom money payments are not author-
ized. Included in this group are first, the "medically needy only," who
are likely to seek help only in paying large medical bills; and second,
aged individuals in nursing homes and institutions for the mentally ill
who do not need money payments so long as they remain in the home or insti-
tution but for whom the monthly medical payment on the average is rela-
tively high. Both these factors account for larger payments on the average
for those not receiving money payments.

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Among those aged 65 or over who got medical assistance, the 1 7 .-' Lty
between recipients and payments accounted for by the money payment r.'r
is the greatest. About 63 percent of the aged whose bills were na.'
were money payment recipients, but their medical bills accounted for
about 32 percent of payments on behalf of the aged. As indicated above,
the fact that a large part of the payments for the aged is for care in
nursing homes or mental institutions for people who do not get a money
payment raises the share of total payments going to the non-money payment
group.

Noteworthy also is the fact that among the blind, the disabled, and
families with dependent children getting medical assistance, the pro-
portion who were money payment recipients ranLied from a high of 91 per-
cent among the blind to 82 percent for the disabled and 69 percent among
members of families with dependent children. As among the aged, medical
bills paid for the money payment recipients in each of these groups com-
prised a smaller proportion of the total than did the recipients. The
higher proportion of money payment recipients among these groups than
among the aged probably is accounted for by the existence of the prori-r a-
of medical assistance for the aged under which the aged who did not
receive money payments have been aided since 1960. No comparable program
existed for the other groups of needy people until the advent of title XIX
in 1966.

About a fifth of the "other" recipients of medical assistance were also
recipients of money payments. Their money payments would have come from
general assistance or would have been maintenance payments for foster
care, which are considered money payments for this report.

Influence of California and New York on National Data

The large, populous States will always influence national totals relating
to programs that serve people. Thus, as shown in the following table,
our two most populous States--California and New York--include a sizeable
proportion of the people who receive money payments and of expenditures
for money payments. Their even greater role in shaping the national
totals for medical assistance--both recipients and payments--is reflected
in the larger percentages their data comprise of medical assistance than
of money payments. The pervasive influence of these two States on the
national summaries must be kept in mind.








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Percent of specified types of recipients and payments in August 1967

Item California New York

Recipients of:
Money payments: Total................... 15.0 10.9
Aged... ................................ 14.0 3.4
AFDC............... ........ ............ 15.0 14.6
Payments to medical vendors: Total...... 19.5 17.8
Aged................................... 22.5 12.5
Members of families with dependent
children........0............... ..... 16.9 19.2
Other (Under 21 and 21-64)............. 5.2 56.1

Payments:
Money payments: Total................... 19.7 13.2
Aged................................... 20.8 4.3
AFDC................................... 17.0 21.6
Payments to medical vendors: Total...... 19.9 28.6
Aged.................................. 15.5 20.9
Member of families with dependent
children.. .......................... 26.6 35.5
Other (Under 21 and 21-64)............. 2.4 73.4



Limitations of monthly data

The significance of monthly data is severely limited by the fact that
the amounts reported represent primarily bills paid during the month,
and, as such, are subject to fluctuations unrelated to the provision
of medical services. Similarly, the numbers of recipients represent
individuals for whom one or more bills were paid during the month.
For a single spell of illness, an individual may receive several medi-
cal services all in the same month. If the agency received and paid
all the bills during a single month, the recipient and the total amount
of payments would be included in one monthly report. Usually this does
not happen. Instead the receipt and payment of bills is spread over
several months and the recipient and the amount paid will be reported
for all the months in which one or more bills are paid. Furthermore,
some people have several incidents of illness during a year and others
have only one--or none. No one month--no brief period--of experience
can be representative of a program's potential or of the cost of meeting
such varying need. For this reason, data on consumption of medical
services customarily are presented for twelve-month periods.

Monthly data are collected and presented only to meet the pressing cur-
rent demands for minimum information on the medical care financed from
public assistance funds, primarily under title XIX. In addition, States









are required also to provide mcre significant annual data on the number
of people whose medical care is financed from public assistance funds
and on the amounts, kinds, and costs of services provided.

Description of data reported

The Federal law authorizing State medical assistance programs under
title XIX identifies two major groups of eligible people. First, there
are those who need help to meet the cost of food, clothing, shelter, and
other daily needs and who obviously also need help with their medical
bills, both large and small. Medical assistance programs under title XIX,
as a minimum, must cover a substantial number of those falling in this
group. 2I The second group comprises those who usually are referred to
as the "medically needy only," i.e., those who can manage to finance tirir
daily needs on their own but who need help to pay their medical bills,
especially if these are large. States establishing medical assistance
programs under title XIX have the option of includingg this second *r-iup
initially, but are required to extend coverage so that by 1975 a substan-
tial number of such people will be eligible for comprehensive medical
care when they need it.

The accompanying tables classify the people who receive medical assistance
(and the payments made) in two broad groups: (1) those for whom a money
payment was authorized; and (2) those for whom a money payment was not
authorized. The latter group includes the medicallyy needy only" (as
defined above) and, in addition, those who need money payments, but can't
get them because they don't meet other eligibility conditions required by
the State. Some States also may count in this second group people who
were authorized to receive a money payment when the medical service was
provided but who were not so authorized when the vendor was paid; other
States may continue to identify these people as those for whom money
payments were authorized and to so report them when the medical bill is
paid. The point of this description is to establish the fact that the
group for whom money payments were not authorized comprises more than
the "medically needy only." 3/ Furthermore, all those who are classified

2/ Coverage is mandatory for all those aged 65 or over, the blind, the
permanently and totally disabled, and members of families with depenh-
dent children who meet the minimum eligibility requirements speci-
fied in the Federal Act under titles I, X, and XIV and/or XVI or
title IV; and who are eligible for a money payment under the State's
definition of a needy person. Coverage is mandatory also for chil-
dren up to age 21 who except for age and/or school attendance would
be eligible for money payments under title IV.

3/ The administrative and philosophical complications that would flow
from attempting to identify on a monthly basis, from a group of low-
income people, those who are "medically needy only" can -carcely
be described. Special studies on a sample basis will be required to
identify the exact number who, over a specified annual period, are
"medically needy only."








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as "money payment authorized" did in fact have this status, but the
group may be more inclusive in some States than in others.

Each of these two broad groups is further classified to show the basic
eligibility factor that qualifies the individual to receive medical
assistance. The basic eligibility factors are:

(1) Age 65 or over
(2) Blindness
(3) Disability
(4) Member of a family with dependent children under age 21
(5) Other, including children under 21 who are not properly
classified under (4) and individuals 21 to 64 years of
age who are not properly classifiable under (2) or (3)

Groups (1) through (4) include people who receive money payments or who
could qualify for a money payment under one of the federally aided money
payment titles if they were "needy" within the State's definition and
had to meet only such other requirements as are specified in the
Federal Act. These people are "categorically related."

People falling in group (5), regardless of how needy they are, would
not be eligible for a money payment under a federally aided category
because they fail to meet one of the basic eligibility conditions speci-
fied in the Federal Act. They are, therefore, not categorically related. .
Those under 21 years of age (include children in foster care and children
living in families with both parents, neither of whom is disabled
or unemployed, but whose incomes are low enough to permit the children to
qualify for medical assistance. Federal financial participation is
available in payments for these children. Individuals included in this
group who are 21-64 years of age are those who do not meet the test of
blindness or disability specified in the Federal Act but who are eligible
for medical assistance under the State's plan. Federal financial partici-
pation is not available in medical assistance furnished to this group.










CHART I

MEDICAL ASSISTANCE: PERCENT OF TOTAL RECIPIENTS AND OF TOTAL PAYMENTS TO MEDICAL VENDORS ACCOUNTED FOR
BY EACH SPECIFIED GROUP, IJ AUGUST 1967

Percent
Basis of eligibility 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

Age 65 or over:
Recipients ....................... 38.5
Payments ......................... 47.0
Blindness:
R -ipients....................... I1
Payments........................ .8
Permanent and total disability:
Recipients..................... 10.5*
Payments......................... 15.3
Member of family with dependent children:
Recipients ....................... 42.8
Payments......................... 27.1
Other: 2]
Recipients ...................... 7.0 ...
Payments......................... 9.9


I/ Excludes recipients for whom only payments were monthly premiums or per capital amounts paid to health-insuring agencies and the
amounts of such payments.
21 Individuals under 21 years of age not deprived of parental support or care as defined under title IV (AFDC) of the Social Security Act;
and individuals aged 21-64 not blind or disabled as defined under title X (AB) or title XIV AFPTD) of the Social Security Act. 318









CHART II

MEDICAL ASSISTANCE: PERCENT OF TOTAL RECIPIENTS AND OF TOTAL PAYMENTS TO MEDICAL VENDORS ACCOUNTED FOR
BY RECIPIENTS OF MAINTENANCE PAYMENTS IN EACH SPECIFIED GROUP, AUGUST 1967


Basis of eligibility


Tetal:


0 10 20


Percent
30 40 50 60


BRecipients *.......................* 6.7 ............ .*. .............. .........
.ci p i ents. . ....6V ,7 ... .. ... .... ... .. .. .'.... .... o .. '....... .
.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..o .. .. .. .. .. o.o ..


Paymte t ......................... 44.8
Age f er ever:
fec ipients...... .............. ... 62.5
1111 t & ........................ 31.5


i~i.lm..ts.. ............... 91.4
Payments........................ 79.9
Permanent and total disability:
Recipients .................. 81.6
Payments ...................... 68.I
Member of family with dependent children:
Recipients ...................... 69.1
Payments..................... 64.7
Other: I/
Recipients ...................... 20.4
Payments.................... 14.3


70 80 90 100


I I I I I I I I



............ IW .... I




^ill 10 110 i
. . .

. . .

ssssWsa


I/ Individuals under 21 years of age not deprived of parental support or care as defined under title IV (AFDC) of the Social
and Ildividuals aged 21-64 not blind or disabled as defined under title X (AB) or title XIV (APTD) of the Social Security


Security Act;
Act. 319


_


1 1 1 k i 1 i
. i.. .%. .
. ........n n. .... ..
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TABLES


Table 1. Recipients of medical vendor payments, by basis of eligibility,
form of medical vendor payments, and money payment status,
August 1967

Table 2. Percentage distribution of recipients of medical vendor pay-
ments, by basis of eligibility, form of medical vendor payments,
and money payment status, August 1967

Table 3. Amount of medical vendor payments, by basis of eligibility of
recipients, form of payments, and money payment status of
recipients, August 1967

Table 4. Percentage distribution of amount of medical vendor payments,
by basis of eligibility of recipients, form of payments, and
money payment status of recipients, August 1967

Table 5. Recipients of money payments on whose behalf medical vendor
payments were made, by basis of eligibility and form of medical
vendor payments, August 1967

Table 6. Amount of medical vendor payments, by basis of eligibility and
money payment status of recipients, August 1967

Table 7. Recipients of medical vendor payments, by form of medical
vendor payments and money payment status, and State, August 1967

Table 8. Recipients of medical vendor payments eligible on basis of
age 65 or over: Number of such recipients on whose behalf
medical vendor payments were made, by form of medical vendor
payments, money payment status of recipients, and State,
August 1967

Table 9. Recipients of medical vendor payments eligible on basis of
blindness: Number of such recipients on whose behalf medical
vendor payments were made, by form of medical vendor payments,
money payment status of recipients, and State, August 1967

Table 10. Recipients of medical vendor payments eligible on basis of
permanent and total disability: Number of such recipients
on whose behalf medical vendor payments were made, by form of
medical vendor payments, money payment status of recipients,
and State, August 1967

Table 11. Recipients of medical vendor payments eligible as a member of
a family with dependent children under age 21: Number of such
recipients on whose behalf medical vendor payments were made,
by form of medical vendor payments, money payment status of
recipients, and State, August 1967









TABLES--Continued f


Table 12.





Table 13.





Table 14.




Table 15.


Table 16.




Table 17.



Table 18.




Table 19.




Table 20.


Adult recipients of medical vendor payments eligible as a
member of a family with dependent children under 21: Number
of such recipients on whose behalf medical vendor payments
were made, by form of medical vendor payments, money payment
status of recipients, and State, August 1967

Child recipients of medical vendor payments eligible as a
member of a family with dependent children under age 21:
Number of such recipients on whose behalf medical vendor
payments were made, by form of medical vendor payments,
money payment status of recipients, and State, August 1967

Other title XIX recipients of medical vendor payments:
Number of such recipients on whose behalf medical vendor
payments were made, by age groupings, money payment status
of recipients, and State, August 1967

Amounts of medical vendor payments, by form of payments and
money payment status of recipients, and State, August 1967

Medical vendor payments on behalf of recipients eligible on
basis of age 65 or over: Amount of such payments, by form of
payments, money payment status of recipients, and State,
August 1967

Medical vendor payments on behalf of recipients eligible on
basis of blindness: Amount of such payments, by form of pay-
ments, money payment status of recipients, and State,August 1967

Medical vendor payments on behalf of recipients eligible on
basis of permanent and total disability: Amount of such pay-
ments, by form of payments, money payment status of recipients,
and State, August 1967

Medical vendor payments on behalf of recipients eligible as a
member of a family with dependent children under 21: Amount
of such payments, by form of payments, money payment status of
recipients, and State, August 1967

Medical vendor payments on behalf of other title XIX recipients:
Amount of such payments, by age groupings, money payment status
of recipients, and State, August 1967






Table 1.--Recipients of medical vendor payments, by basis of eligibility, form of
medical vendor payments, and money payment status, August 1967

Number of recipients of medical vendor payments

For whom premium or per capital
For whom payments were made payments were made into agency
to vendors directly or pooled fund, into Social Security
through fiscal agent Administration system, or to
health-insuring agency
Basis of eligibility of recipients Total
For recipients for whom For recipients for whom
money payments were-- money payments were--
Total Total
Not Not
Authorized authorized Authorized authorized

_(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)


Total recipients...............

Recipients eligible on basis of:
Age 65 or over....................

Blindness........................

Permanent and total disability...
Membership in family with
dependent children under 21,
total............................

Adults ........................

Children ......................
Other title XIX recipients,
total............................

Age 21-64~.....................

Under age 21...................



Total recipients.................

Recipients eligible on basis of:
Age 65 or over....................

Blindness.......................

Permanent and total disability...
Membership in family with
dependent children under 21,
total............................

Adults........................

Children ......................
Other title XIX recipients,
total............................

Age 21-64.....................

Under age 21...................



Total recipients .................

Recipients eligible on basis of:
Age 65 or over...................

Blindness........................

Permanent and total disability...
Membership in family with
dependent children under 21,
total...........................

Adults...........................

Children.....................


All States

4,201,000 3,050,000 1,972,000 1,078,000 1,583,000 1,575,000 7,800


1,817,000 1,174,000 734,000 441,000 1,063,000 1,055,000 7,700

37,500 32,400 29,600 2,800 7,400 7,300 120

391,000 320,000 261,000 60,100 72,400 72,400 9


1,738,000 1,306,000 903,000 403,000 438,000 438,000 1

1/ 394,000 i/ 292,000 l/ 248,000 l/ 43,800 104,000 104,000 --

/ 941,000 / 612,000 o 461,000 J/ 152,000 334,000 334,000 1

214,000 214,000 43,700 171,000 -- -- --

S121,000 121,000 / 16,400 / 105,000 -- -- --

l/ 77,100 1/ 77,100 / 13,800 1/ 63,300 -- --

Title XIX States

3,005,000 2,736,000 1,709,000 1,027,000 593,000 587,000 6,000


1,124,000 964,000 569,000 396,000 481,000 475,000 5,900

31,000 29,200 26,500 2,700 3,200 3,100 90

302,000 283,000 225,000 58,300 20,200 20,200 --


1,331,000 1,243,000 844,000 399,000 88,400 88,400 --

i/ 290,000 / 268,000 L/ 225,000 1/ 42,800 21,900 21,900

/ 639,ooo 57,000 oo 425,000 / 149,000 66,500 66,500 --

214,000 214,000 43,700 171,000 -- -- --

/ 121,000 121,000 /21, 16,400 1/ 105,000 -- --- ---

I/ 77,100 /77,100 1/ 13,800 / 63,300 -- -- --

Other States

1,196,000 314,000 263,000 50,500 990,000 988,000 1,800


693,000

6,500

88,800


407,000

104,000

302,000


210,000

3,200

37,400


62,800

24,100

38,600


165,000

3,100

35,600


59,000

23,200

35,700


44,900

76

1,800


3,800

960

2,900


582,000

4,200

52,200


350,000

82,500

268,000


580,000

4,200

52,200


350,000

82,500

268,000


1,800

32

9


1



1


/ Data tncaplete.

Note: Data represent totals of rounded State data. Totals may not equal sum of parts.








Table 2.--Percentage distribution of recipients of medical vendor payments, by basis of eligibility,
form of medical vendor payments, and money payment status, August 1967

Percentage distribution of recipients of medical vendor payments

For whom premium or per capital
For whom payments were made payments were made into agency
to vendors directly or pooled funds, into Social Security
through fiscal agent Administration system, or to
health-insuring agency
Basis of eligibility of recipients Total health-i g
For recipients for whom For recipients for whom
money payments were-- money payments were--
Total Total
Not Not
Authorized authorized Authorized authorized

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)


Total recipients..................

Recipients eligible on basis of:
Age 65 or over...................

Blindness .........................

Permanent and total disability....
Membership in family with
dependent children under 21,
total.............................

Adults.........................

Children.......................
Other title XIX recipients,
total............................

Age 21-64......................

Under age 21....................



Total recipients..................

Recipients eligible on basis of:
Age 65 or over....................

Blindness.........................

Permanent and total disability....
Membership in family with
dependent children under 21,
total..........................

Adults ........................

Children.......................
Other title XIX recipients,
total...........................

Age 21-64......................

Under age 21....................



Total recipients..................

Recipients eligible on basis of:
Age 65 or over...................

Blindness.........................

Permanent and total disability....
Membership in family with
dependent children under 21,
total .............................

Adults.........................

Children .......................


All States

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0


43.3 38-5 37.2 40.9 67.2 67.0 98.7

.9 1.1 1.5 .3 .5 .5 1.5

9-3 10.5 13.2 5.6 4.6 4.6 .1


41.4 42.8 45.4 37.4 27.7 27.8 (2)

() (/) (I/) (/) 6.6 6.6 ---

(I) (/) (/) (1/) 21.1 21.2 (2J)

5.1 7.0 2.2 16.0 -- -- ---

(l/) (i/) (i/) ()--- --- ---

(I/) (I) (/) (/) --- -- ---

Title XIX States

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0


37.4 35.2 33.3 38.6 81.1 80.9 98.3

1.0 1.1 1.6 .3 .5 .5 1.5

10.0 10.3 13.2 5.7 3.4 3.4


44.3 45.4 49.4 38.9 14.9 151 --

(1) (1/) (/) (L) 3.7 3.7

(i/) (I) (I) (L/) 11.2 11.3 --

7.1 7.8 2.6 16.7 ----

(/) (L/) (I) (/)-

(I/) (I) (L/) (1/) -- --

Other States

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0


100.0

1.8

.5


.1



.1


I/ Data incomplete.
V/ Less than 0.05 percent.


Note: Percents based on rounded data.


Totals may not equal sums of parts.







Table 3.--Amount of medical vendor payments, by basis of eligibility of recipients, form of payments,
and money payment status of recipients, August 1967

Amount of medical vendor payments--

Made as premium or per capital
To vendors directly or payments into agency pooled
through fiscal agent fund, into Social Security
Administration system, or to
health-insuring agency
Basis of eligibility Total ___________
of recipients For recipients for whom For recipients for whom
money payments were-- money payments were--
Total Total
Authorized t Authorized t oi
authorized authorized

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)


Total payments......

Payments for recipients
eligible on basis of:
Age 65 or over......

Blindness...........

Permanent and total
disability .........
Membership in family
with dependent child-
ren under 21........

Other title XIX
recipients, total...

Age 21-64.........

Under age 21......



Total payments......

Payments for recipients
eligible on basis of:
Age 65 .or over......

Blindness...........

Permanent and total
disability .........
Membership in family
with dependent child-
ren under 21........

Other title XIX
recipients, total...

Age 21-64.........

Under age 21......



Total payments......
Payments for recipients
eligible on basis of:
Age 65 or over......

Blindness...........

Permanent and total
disability .........
Membership in family
with dependent child-
ren under 21........


1/$255,834,000 $245,578,000


122,484,000

2,007,000


38,394,000


68,659,000


24,225,000

2/ 18,356,000

2/ 4,625,000


L/$230,392,000



102,500,000

1,791,000


35,252,000


66,562,000


24,225,000

2/ 18,356,000

2/ 4,625,000


$25,442,000


19,984.000

216,000


3,142,000


2,097,000


115,303,000

1,954,000


37,541,000


66,491,000


24,225,000

2/ 18,356,000

2/ 4,625,000


L$225,710,000



99,685,000

1,759,000


34,918,000


65,061,000


24,225,000

/ 18,356,000

2/ 4,625,000


$19,868,000


15,618,000

195,000


2,623,000


1,430,000


$109,995,000



36,361,000

1,561,000


25,561,000


43,042,000


3,465,000

2/ 1,810,000

2/ 1,124,000


$95,299,000



25,528,000

1,377,000


23,213,000


41,711,000


3,465,000

2/ 1,810,000

2/ 1,124,000


$14,696,000


10,833,000

184,000


2,348,000


1,331,000


All States

1/$135,581,000



78,941,000

392,000


11,980,000


23,446,000


20,760,000

2/ 16,546,000

/ 3,500,000


$10,256,000



7,183,000

52,600


854,000


2,167,000


Title XIX States


1/$130,408,000



74,156,000

380,000


11,704,000


23,345,000


20,760,000

/ 16,546,000

2/ 3,500,000


Other States


$5,173,000


4,785,000

11,900


276,000


101,000


$4,683,000



2,816,000

31,800


334,000


1,501,000


$5,573,000


4,367,000

20,800


520,000


666,000


SIncludes $65,000 in Oklahoma not distributed by basis of eligibility.
SData incomplete.

Note: Data represent totals of rounded State data. Totals may not equal sums of parts.


$10,205,000



7,136,000

50,000


853,000


2,167,000


$4,660,000



2,794,000

31,400


334,000


1,501,000


$5,545,000


4,342,000

18,600


519,000


666,000


$50,100



46,500

2,600


1,000


66


$22,500



22,100

360


$27,600


24,400

2,200


1,000


66


I- '


Other States






Table 4.--Percentage distribution of amount of medical vendor payments, by basis of eligibility of recipients,
form of payments, and money payment status of recipients, August 1967

Percentage distribution of medical vendor payments

Made as premium or per capital
To vendors directly or payments into agency pooled
fund, into Social Security
through fiscal agent Administration system, or to
health-insuring agency
Total
Basis of eligibility of recipients For recipients for whom For recipients for whom
money payments were-- money payments were--
Total Total
Authorized Not Authorized Not
authorized authorized

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)


Total payments.....................

Payments for recipients eligible
on basis of:
Age 65 or over.....................

Blindness.........................

Permanent and total disability....
Membership in family with
dependent children under 21.......

Other title XIX recipients,
total .............................

Age 21-64 .......................

Under age 21....................



Total payments.....................

Payments for recipients eligible
on basis of:
Age 65 or over........... .......

Blindness........................

Permanent and total disability....
Membership in family with
dependent children under 21.......

Other title XIX recipients,
total.............................

Age 21-64.......................

Under age 21 ...................



Total payments....................

Payments for recipients eligible
on basis of:
Age 65 or over....................

Blindness.........................

Permanent and total disability....
Membership in family with
dependent children under 21.......


All States

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0



47.9 47.0 33.1 58.2 70.0 69.9 92.8

.8 .8 1.4 .3 .5 .5 5.2

15.0 15.3 23.2 8.8 8.3 8.4 2.0

26.8 27.1 39.1 17.3 21.1 21.2 .1


9.5 9.9 3.2 15.3 --- ---

(/) (i) () ( ) --- --- ---

(/) (/) () (/) --- --- ---

Title XIX States

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0



44.5 44.2 26.8 56.9 60.1 60.0 98.2

.8 .8 1.4 .3 .7 .7 1.6

15.3 15.5 24.4 9.0 7.1 7.2 ---

28.9 28.8 43.8 17.9 32.1 32.2 ---


10.5 10.7 3.6 15.9 --- --

(I/) () (/) (/) --- --- ---

(1) () i) (V) --- --- ---

Other States

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 I100.0 1 00.0 100.0


73.7

1.3

16.0

9.1


I/ Data incomplete.

Note: Percents based on rounded data. Totals may not equal sums of parts.







Table 5.-Recipients of money payments on whose behalf medical vendor payments were made,
by basis of elibility and form of medical vendor payments, August 1967

Number of recipients of money payments

Number for whom medical vendor payments were made--

As premium or per capital payments
into agency pooled fund, into
To vendors directly or Social Security Administration
through fiscal agent system, or to health-insuring
agency
Basis of eligibility of recipients T l P t of
Total Percent of all Percent of all
recipients of-- recipients of--

Payments Premium or
Number directly Numberper capital
Money to vendors Money payments
payments or through payments for medi-
fiscal agent cal care

(i) (2) (3) 1 (4 (5) (6) (7)


Total recipients..................

Recipients eligible on basis of:

Age 65 or over.....................

Blindness.........................

Permanent and total disability....
Membership in family with
dependent children under 21,
total.............................

Adults ........................

Children......................
Other title XIX recipients,
total............................

Age 21-64......................

Under age 21...................



Total recipients..................

Recipients eligible on basis of:

Age 65 or over.....................

Blindness.........................

Permanent and total disability....
Membership in family with
dependent children under 21,
total............................

Adults........................

Children ......................
Other title XIX recipients,
total.............................

Age 21-64......................

Under age 21...................



Total recipients..................

Recipients eligible on basis of:

Age 65 or over.....................

Blindness. ........................

Permanent and total disability....
Membership in family with
dependent children under 21,
total.............................

Adults..........................

Children.......................


All States

1/ 7,823,000 1,972,000 / 24.6 64.7 1,575,000 20.1 99.5



2,065,000 734,000 35.5 62.5 1,055,000 51.1 99.2

82,800 29,600 35.7 91.4 7,300 8.8 98.6

625,000 261,000 41.8 81.6 72,400 11.6 100.0


5,050,000 903,000 17.9 69.1 438,000 8.7 100.o

2/ 1,028,000 2/ 248,000 2J 24.1 2/ 84.9 104,000 2/ 10.1 100.0

2/ 3,138,000 2/ 461,000 2/ 14.7 2/ 75-3 334,000 2/ 10.6 100.0

(3/) 43,700 (3/) 20.4 --- --- -

(3/) 2 16,400 (3/) 2/13.6 --- --- --

(/) 2 13,800 (3/) 17.9 --- -- --

Title XIX States

1/ 5,348,000 1,709,000 j/ 31.1 62.5 587,000 11.0 99.0



1,102,000 569,000 51.6 59.0 475,000 43.1 98.8

49,400 26,500 53.6 90.8 3,100 6.3 96.9

412,000 225,000 54.6 79-5 20,200 4.9 100.0


3,785,000 844,000 22.3 67.9 88,400 2.3 100.0

2 742,000 2 225,000 2/ 30.3 2/ 84.0 21,900 2/ 3.0 100.0

/ 2,159,000 2J 425,000 2/ 19.7 2/ 74.2 66,500 2/ 3.1 100.0

(1/) 43,700 (/) 20.4 -- -

(3/) Z/ 16,4oo (a/) 2 13.6 -- -- ---

(3/) 13,800 (3/) 2/ 17.9 -- --- ---

Other States

2,474,000 263,000 10.6 83.8 988,000 39.9 99.8


963,000

33,400

213,000


1,265,000

286,000

979,000


165,000

3,100

35,600


59,000

23,200

35,700


580,000

4,200

52,200


350,000

82,500

268,000


99.7

100.0

100.0


100.0

100.0

100.0


2 Does not include "Other title XIX recipients"; complete data not available.
2J Data incomplete.
3/ Data not available.

Note: Data represent totals of rounded State data. Totals may not equal sums of parts.







Table 6.--Amount of medical vendor payments, by basis of eligibility and money payment
status of recipients, August 1967

Amount of medical vendor payments

For recipients for whom money For recipients for whom money
payments were authorized payments were not authorized
Basis of eligibility of recipients Total
Percent Percent
Amount Amount of total
of total of total

) (2) (3) -- (4 (5)
All States


Total payments...................

Payments for recipients eligible
on basis of:

Age 65 or over....................

Blindness.........................

Permanent and total disability....

Membership in family with
dependent children under 21.......

Other title XIX recipients,
total.............................

Age 21-64.......................

Under age 21....................



Total payments....................

Payments for recipients eligible
on basis of:

Age 65 or over....................

Blindness.........................

Permanent and total disability....

Membership in family with
dependent children under 21.......

Other title XIX recipients,
total.............................

Age 21-64......................

Under age 21....................



Total payments....................

Payments for recipients eligible
on basis of:

Age 65 or over...................

Blindness.........................

Permanent and total disability....

Membership in family with
dependent children under 21.......


1/ $255,834,000 $120,200,000 47.0 l/ $135,631,000 L/ 53.0



122,484,000 43,497,000 35.5 78,988,000 64.5

2,007,000 1,6,000o 80.3 395,00o 19.7

38,394,000 26,414,000 68.8 11,981,000 31.2


68,659,000 45,209,000 65.8 23,446,000 34.1


24,225,000 3,465,000 14.3 20,760,000 85.7

2/ 18,356,000 2/ 1,810,000 g/ 9.9 2/ 16,546,000 2/ 90.1

2/ 4,625,000 2/ 1,124,000 2/ 24.3 2/ 3,500,000 2/ 75.7

Title XIX States

l~ $230,392,000 $99,959,000 43.4 1/ $130,430,000 1/ 56.6




102,500,000 28,322,000 27.6 74,178,000 72.4

1,791,000 1,408,000 78.6 380,000 21.2

35,252,000 23,547,000 66.8 11,704,000 33.2


66,562,000 43,212,000 64.9 23,345,000 35.1


24,225,000 3,465,000 14.3 20,760,000 85.7

2/ 18,356,000 g/ 1,810,000 2/ 9.9 2/ 16,546,000 2/ 90.1

2/ 4,625,000 2/ 1,124,000 2/ 24.3 2/ 3,500,000 2/ 75-7

Other States

$25,442,000 $20,241,000 79.6 $5,201,000 20.4


19,984,000

216,000

3,142,000


2,097,000


15,175,000

203,000

2,867,000


1,997,000


~/ Includes $65,000 in Oklaboua not distributed by basis of eligibility.


Includes $65,000 in Oklahoma not distributed by basis of eligibility.
Data incomplete.

Note: Data represent totals of rounded State data. Totals may not equal


4,809,000

14,100

277,000


101,000


sums of parts.






Table 7.-Recipients of medical vendor payments, by form of medical vendor payments and money payment
status, and State, August 1967

Number of recipients of medical vendor payments

For vhom premium or per capital
For whom payments were made payments were made into agency
to vendors directly or pooled fund, into Social Security
through fiscal agent Administration system, or to
health-insuring agency
State Total
For recipients for vhbo For recipients for whom
money payments ere-- money payments ere--
Total Total
Not lot
Authorized authorized Authorized authorized

_(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (T)


Total I/..............

Title XIX States...

Other States.......



Calif....................
Conn...................
Del...................
Havai................
Idaho.................
Ill...................
Iowa..................
n. .................
lya.2..............
la...................

~aine.................
M1....................
m has..................
MiOch.................
Minn.................
a0.t..................
Iebr..................
N. .......... ..... ..
x. Hx.................

X. MI.................
i. Dae.................
hio ..................
Skla..k................
oreg..................
Pa..................
P. R.................
R. I..................
Utah...................
Vt....................

V. I .................
Wash..................
V. Va.................
Wie...................
Aao..................



Ala..................
Alaska.................
Arila..................
Ark...................
lCoa ..................
D. ...................
Ra....................
Ga....................
Guam...................
Nid...................

Miss...................
No.....................
N. CJ.................
S. C..................
S. k..................
s. c O..............**
Tenn..................
Tex...................
Va....................


4,201,000


3,050,000


1,972,000


1,078,000


1,583,000


1,575,000


7,800


3,005,000 2,736,000 1,709,000 1,027,000 593,000 587,000 6,000

1,196,000 314,000 263,000 50,500 990,000 988,000 1,800

Title XIX States

g/ 62o,ooo 596,000 512,000 84,300 234,000 234,000
46,700 42,600 23,800 18,700 7,500 7,500
5,400 5,400 4,500 860 --
5,100 5,100 3,300 1,800 --- --
4,600 4,600 3,000 1,600 -
160,000 160,000 131,000 29,700 -
41,900 31,400 22,700 8,600 23,300 23,300
31,600 31,600 28,300 3,300 -
92,800 92,800 62,000 30,800 -- -- -
64,300 64,300 54,100 10,300 -

2/ 14,700 g/ 7,500 2/ 5,800 1,600 11,400 9,900 1,500
90,300 90,300 36,800 53,500
2/ 161,000 149,000 73,600 75,200 23,900 23,900
106,000 106,000 75,700 30,600 -
78,000 67,200 40,000 27,200 27,700 27,700
5,000 3,900 3,000 950 4,100 4,100 -
21,200 18,600 13,500 5,100 13,600 9,100 4,500
(a/)U(./) (a/) (./) (d/) (6/) (1/)
8,000 8,000 5,100 2,900
16,700 16,700 16,000 770 ----

542,000 542,000 228,000 314,000 45,000 45,000
7,200 7,200 5,000 2,200
84,300 84,300 72,700 11,600
195,000 4,00 --- 4,700 190,000 190,000
18,600 18,600 12,900 5,700
144,000 14,000 107,000 36,500
258,000 258,000 64,800 193,000
22,100 22,100 9,100 13,000
11,500 11,500 9,400 2,100 --
7,300 4,200 2,800 1,400 4,300 4,300

(( (3/) ( (a/) (a) W)
399,00 39,800 20,000 19,800 -
31,000 31,000 31,000 --- -
70,000 66,000 30,800 35,100 8,000 8,000
1,200 1,200 1,200 23 ---

Other States


8,500
270
12,700
72,700
95,800
1,100
100,000
26,500
210
30,300

2,600
44,000
62,200
174,000
23,200
2/ 7,800
171,000
346,000
16,900


8,500
270
980
14,700
27,500
1,100
55,600
26,500
70
22,200

2,600
44,000
56,000
7,400
2,900
4,200
13,400
19,600
6,000


8,500
270
280
14,100
27,500
300
55,600
26,500
54
17,500

2,500
37,400
46,200
460
2,900
2,300
87
19,600
860


22

700
600

780
2

16
4,600

93
6,600
9,800
6,900

1,900
13,300

5,200


11,700
65,100
88,300

79,200

140
20,300



13,300
167,000
22,800
5,700
158,000
346,000
12,500


11,700
65,100
88,300

79,200
-O
140
19,900



13,100
167,000
22,800
5,700
158,000
346,000
11,100


SData incomplete; see footnote 3.
SEstimated.
i/ Data not reported.

Note: Data represent totals of rounded State data. Totals may not equal sums of parts.









Table 8.--Recipients of medical vendor payments eligible on basis of age 65 or over: Number
of such recipients on whose behalf medical vendor payments were made, by form of medical
vendor payments, money payment status of recipients, and State, August 1967

Number of recipients of medical vendor payments

For whom premium or per capital
For whom payments were made payments were made into agency
to vendors directly or pooled fund, into Social Security
through fiscal agent Administration system, or to
health-Insuring agency
State Total
For recipients for whom For recipients for whom
money payments were-- money payments were--
Total Total
Not Not
Authorized authorized Authorized authorized

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)


Total /..........

Title XIX States...

Other States.......



Calif................
Conn ...................
Del..................
Hawaii...............
Idaho.................
Ill...................
Iowa..................
Kans..................
Ky. 2/................
La...................

Maine.................
Md....................
Mass..................
Mich..................
Minn..................
Mont..................
Nebr.................
Nev..................
N. H..................
N. Mex................

N. Y...................
N. Dak.................
Ohio..................
Okla..................
Oreg..................
Pa....................
P. R..................
R. I..................
Utah..................
Vt....................

V. I..................
Wash.................
W. Va.................
Wis..................
Wyo..................



Ala...................
Alaska ................
Ariz..................
Ark ...................
Colo..................
D. C..................
Fla....................
Ga....................
Guam..................
Ind..................

Miss...................
Mo...................
N. J.................
N. C..................
S. C..................
S. .ak................
Tenn...................
Tex...................
Va...................


1,817,000


1,174,000


734,000


441,000


1,063,000


1,055,000


7,700


1,124,000 964,000ooo 569,000 396,000 481,000 475,000 5,900

693,000 210,000 165,000 44,900 582,000 580,000 1,800

Title XIX States

2/ 289,000 264,000 209,000 55,100 234,000 234,000
18,300 14,500 3,700 10,800 7,200 7,200
1,000 1,000 800 230 --
1,500 1,500 180 1,300 ---
2,000 2,000 970 1,100 --
38,400 38,400 20,100 18,300 -- --
31,500 20,900 12,300 8,600 22,800 22,800
14,400 14,400 11,500 2,900 --
39,300 39,300 27,000 12,300
48,600 48,600 40,200 8,500 --

2/ 11,400 2/ 4,100 2_ 2,600 1,500 11,400 9,900 1,500
24,900 24,900 5,400 19,400 ---
2/ 78,300 66,600 29,400 37,200 23,400 23,400
42,700 42,700 21,200 21,500 --
45,100 34,500 16,200 18,300 26,800 26,800
4,000 3,000 2,000 930 4,000 4,000
13,300 10,800 6,300 4,500 13,300 8,900 4,400

5,500 5,500 2,800 2,700
4,300 4,300 4,000 350 --

147,000 147,000 67,900 79,200 45,000 45,000
3,800 3,800 2,100 1,800 -
25,600 25,600 19,700 6,000
81,500 850 --- 850 80,600 80,600
9,600 9,600 4,400 5,200 --
42,200 42,200 24,200 18,000
17,200 17,200 5,100 12,100 --
14,200 14,200 2,000 12,200 --
4,600 4,600 3,000 1,600 --
5,400 2,400 1,300 1,100 4,300 4,300

(V) (a/) (a/) (V) (2/) W) (U/)
18,60o 18,60o 7,80D 10,800 -- --
4,800 4,800 4,800 --- ---
35,400 31,400 10,200 21,200 8,000 8,000
440 440 420 23 ---

Other States


7,900
110
12,700
65,700
42,700
730
80,600
19,000
180
21,200

2,200
38,000
22,900
43,400
21,800
2/ 7,600
61,000
229,000
16,100


7,900
110
980
7,700
18,600
730
36,400
19,000
39
13,400

2,200
38,000
16,800
3,900
2,400
3,900
13,300
19,600
5,100


7,900
110
280
7,100
18,600
75
36,400
19,000
23
10,800

2,100
31,500
6,900

2,400
2,000

19,600
320


22

700
600

650
2

16
2,600

76
6,500
9,800
3,900

1,900
13,300

4,800


11,700
65,100
37,100

79,000

140
19,200



13,300
39,500
21,800
5,700
47,700
229,000
12,500


11,700
65,100
37,100

79,000

140
18,900



13,100
39,500
21,800
5,700
47,700
229,000
11,100


SData incomplete; see footnote 3.
j Estimated.
3/ Data not reported.

Note: Data represent totals of rounded State data. Totals may not equal sums of parts.






Table S.--Recipients of medical vendor payments eligible on basic. of lin1niss: Nmiber of
such recipients on whose behalf medical vendor payments were miae, ty form of medical
vendor payments, money payment status of recipients, and .iht August 1967


Number of recipients of medical vendor payments

For whom premium or per capital
For whom payments were made payments were made into agency
to vendors directly or pooled fund, into Social Security
through fiscal agent Administration system, or to
health-insuring' 3pency
State Total
For recipients for whom For recipients for whom
money p ~ments w-e-- money payments were--
Total Total
Not Not
Authorized utid Authorized auti
authorized authorized

() (2)3) () (5) (6) (7)


Total I/ .............

Title XIX States....

Other States ........



Calif ................
Conn...................
Del...................
Hawaii................
Idaho ................
Ill...................
Iowa .................
Kans ...................
Ky. 2 ..............
La...................

Maine 2/..............
Md.....................
Mass..................
Mich...................
Minn..................
Mont..................
Nebr..................
Nev...................
N. H .................
N. Mex.................


N. YDa.................
ON. a..................
Okiol..................
O la ..................
Preg...................
P. ...................
P. R..................
t. I..................
Utah...................
Vt....................

V. I..................
Wash..................
W. Va..................
Wis....................
Wyol ..................




Ala....................
Alaska................
Ariz..................
Ark....................
Col....................
D. C...................
Fla....................
Ga....................
Guam...................
Ind. ..................

N. ss..................
M. ...................
N. DJ.................
N. C.................
S. C..................
S. Dan................
Tenn..................
Te....................
Va....................


37,500


32,400


29,600


31,000 29,200 26,500 2,700 3,200 3,100 90

6,500 3,200 3,100 76 4,200 4,200 32

Title XIX States

9,700 9,700 9,000 700
290 220 150 75 64 64
140 140 10 --- --- ----
19 19 17 2 -
34 34 23 11 -
1,100 1,100 900 200 -
470 470 470 450 450
250 250 240 14 ---- ---
1,300 1,300 1,200 70 -
580 580 510 75 --- ---

43 43 40 3 -
170 170 150 17 --- ---
580 580 450 130 450 50 ---
700 700 660 31 --- --- --
670 560 490 66 380 380
110 52 48 4 110 110
390 390 270 120 270 180 90
(3a) W()V() (31)
170 170 16o 16 --- ---
130 130 130 2 --

1,500 1,500 1,100 440 -
41 41 36 5 --
1,000 1,000 900 110 --
1,500 -- --- --- 1,500 1,500
270 270 230 40 -
8,400 8,400 8,200 150 --- --- -
160 160 39 120 ---
95 95 70 25 --
81 81 75 6 -
23 23 16 7 -

(3j) (3/) (2/) 2 (2/) (/) (V)
310 310 170 -- --
240 240 240 ------
500 500 370 130 --
14 14 14 ---


Other States

23 23 23 --- --- ---
96 96 96 --- ---

340 340 340 ----- --- ---
210 60 60 --- 210 210 ---
5 5 4 1 ---- ---
1,100 940 940 --- 250 250 ---
330 330 330 --- ---
--- --- --- --- --- ---
770 710 680 770 730 32

25 25 22 3 --- --- ---

40 440 40 --- --- --- --
6 46 44 -------
P.40 110 110 --- 10 10 ---
5 5 5 --- --- --- ---
1,800 --- --- 1,800 1,800 ---
370 --- --- -- 370 370 ---
67 67 24 41 --- --- ---


Data incomplete; see footnote 3.
SEstimated.
3 Data not reported.

Note: Data represent totals of rounded State data. Totals may not enual sums of parts.








Table 10.--Recipients of medical vendor payments eligible on basis of permanent and total disability: Number of such recipients on
whose behalf medical vendor payments were made, by form of medical vendor payments, money payment status of recipients, and
State, August 1967


Number of recipients of medical vendor payments

For whom premium per capital payments were
For whom payments were made to vendors made into agency pooled fund, into Social
directly or through fiscal agent Security Administration system, or to
State health-insuring agency
Total
For recipients for whom For recipients for whom
money payments were-- money payments were--
Total Total
Not Not
Autho authorized Ath zedAutthorized

_1) (2) (3) (4) (5) ( (7)


Total / ................

Title :IX States.....

Other States.........



Calif ...................
Conn ......... ...........
Del .....................
H waii ..................
Idaho ..................
ll ....................
Iowa ....................
Kans....................
Ky 2.................
La ......................

Maine 2/... .........
Md ....................
Mass....................
Mich ...................
Minn ....................
Mont ...... .............
Nebr....................
Nev ....................
N. H....................
N. Mex...................

N. Y. ...................
N. Dak...................
Ohio ...................
Okla....................
Oreg.....................
Pa......................
P. R ...................
R. I....................
Utah ....................
Vt......................

V. I....................
Wash .................
W. V. ..................
Wis ....................
Wyo .....................



Ale.....................
Alaska.................
Ari. ....................
Ark ....................
Colo ...................
D. C....................
Fla.....................
Ga .....................
Guam ....................
Ind. ...................

Oss ....................
o. .............. .......
N. ....................
. ... .................
S. Dk..................
S. Dak ..................
Term ....................
Tex. .....................
Va ......................


391,000


320,000


261,000


60,100


72,400


72,400


9


302,000 283,000 225,000 58,300 20,200 20,200

38,800 37,400 35,600 1,800 52,200 52,200 9

Title XIX States

89,200 89,200 82,200 7,000 -- --- --
5,300 5,100 2,700 2,400 160 160 --
510 510 400 120 --- --- ---
600 600 390 210 --- ---
1,300 1,300 730 540 -
20,700 20,700 16,800 3,900 -- ---
1,200 1,200 1,200 -- --- --
4,300 4,300 4,200 82 -- --- --
8,400 8,400 7,500 930 -
9,700 9,700 8,000 1,700 ---

880 880 780 100 -
7,400 7,400 6,100 1,400---
13,200 13,200 9,000 4,200 -
15,500 15,500 12,000 3,600 --
6,600 6,400 4,700 1,800 460 460 -
330 330 320 10 70 70 ---
2,900 2,900 2,400 480 -
(V ) (3) (3/) (W) (I/) (3}) (3/)
505 51 --- --- --
2,500 2,500 2,400 63 -

21,900 21,900 13,000 8,900 -
1,200 1,I. 940 280 --- --- --
9,600 9,'.' 8,600 1,000 -
19,500 -- --- --- 19,500 19,500 ---
3,200 3,200 2,700 460 -- -- -.
25,100 25,100 18,800 6,300 -
6,300 6,300 2,200 4,100 -
2,400 2,400 1,900 500 -
2,600 2,600 2,200 390 --- -- --
420 420 360 65 .

(4/V) (V) (V (V) (V) (V) ()
10,'00 10,500 4,900 5,700 --
3,200 3,200 3,200 --- ---
5,300 5,300 3,300 2,000 -
170 170 170 ---

Other States


630
66

3,600
2,400
300
9,900
5,100
6
1,500

410
5,300
5,700
24,400
500
220
16,600
i ,6oo
560


630
66

3,600
2,400
180
9,900
5,100
6
1,300

400
5,300
.,700
98
400
220


280


-.-
500




230




23,200
110

16,600
11,600


500




220




23,200
110

16,600
11,600


J/ Data inco:lete; see footnote 4.
/ Estimated.
/ No program in operation.
S/ Data not reported.

Iote: Data represent totals of rounded State data. Totals may not equal sums of parts.








Table 11.--Recipients of medical vendor payments eligible as a member of a family with dependent children under age 21:
Number of such recipients on whose behalf medical vendor payments were made, by form of medical vendor payments,
money payment status of recipients, and State, August 1967

Number of recipients of medical vendor payments

For whom premium or per capital
For whom payments were made payments were made into agency
to vendors directly or pooled fund, into Social Security
through fiscal agent Administration system, or to
health-insuring agency
Total
For recipients for whom For recipients for whom
money payments were-- money payments were--

Total t Total
Not Not
Authorized Authorized
authorized Authorized authorized

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)


Total /..............

Title XIX States...

Other States.......



Calif...............
Conn .................
Del..................
Hawaii...............
Idaho.................
ll....... ...........
Iowa. ................
Kans.................
Ky. 2j... .......
La...................

Maine 2a ........
Md....................
Mass.................
Mich................
Minn................
Mont................
Nebr................
Nev.................
N. H ................
N. Mex..............

N. Y......... ........
N. Dak...............
Ohio..................
Okla.................
Oreg................
Pa....................
P. R.................
R. I.................
Utah.................
Vt...................

V. I................
Wash.................
W. Va................
Wis..................
Wyo..................




Alae.................
Alaska ..............
Ariz.................
Ark..................
Colo.................
D. C..................
Fla..................
Ga...................
Guam .................
Ind..................

Miss .................
Mo...................
N. J................
N. C................
S. C.................
S. Dak...............
Tenn.................
Te...................
Va...................


1,738,000


1,306,000


903,000


403,000


438,000


438,000


1,331,000 1,243,000 844,000 399,000 88,400 88,400

407,000 62,800 59,000 3,800 350,000 350,000 1

Title XIX States

221,000 221,000 211,000 10,200 -
19,900 19,800 17,300 2,500 77 77 -
3,500 3,500 3,200 340 -
2,400 2,4 2,200 190 -
1,300 1,300 1,200 20 -
100,000 100,000 92,900 7,300 -
8,800 8,800 8,800 --- 18 18 ---
10,900 10,900 10,700 190 -
43,400 43,400 26,300 17,100 -
5,400 5,400 5,300 23 -

2,400 2,400 2,400 1 -- -- ---
42,200 42,200 25,100 17,100 -
41,500 41,500 34,800 6,700 -
44,800 44,800 41,800 3,000 -
19,300 19,300 18,600 760 3 3 -
580 580 580 6 1 1
4,600 4,600 4,500 75 --
() ((5 (3) ()(/)
1,800 1,800 1,00 170 --- --- ---
9,500 9,500 9,400 32 -

251,000 251,000 119,000 132,000 -
2,000 2,000 1,800 190 -
48,000 48,000 43,600 4,400 -
88,300 --- --- --- 88,300 88,300 ---
4/ 5,600 / 5,600 o 4 5,500 4/ 2 -
52,200 52,200 42,600 9,700 -
233,000 233,000 57,500 176,000 -
/ 5,4 00 / 5,400 5,100 4 280 -- -
4,000 4,000 3,900 84 -
1,100 1,100 1,100 3 -

(3/) (2/) (U) (/) (3/) ) (2/)
7,900 7,900 6,300 1,600 -
22,800 22,800 22,800 --- ---
26,100 26,100 16,900 9,100 -
570 570 570 --- ---

Other States


1


3,000
50,500
44
8,300
2,100
25
6,700


660
33,200
106,000
56

91,800
104,000
250


1


3,000
6,400
44
8,300
2,100
25
6,600


660
33,200
2,100
27

87

250


1


3,000
6,400
44
8,300
2,100
25
4,700


580
33,200
320
27

87

230


1,900


87

1,800


IData incomplete; see footnote 3.
Estimated.
Data not reported.
Represents case count; number of recipients not reported.

Note: Data represent totals of rounded State data. Totals may not equal sums of parts.


50,500




110




104,000
30

91,700
104,000


50,500




110




104,000
30

91,700
104,000







Table 12.--Adult recipients of medical vendor payments eligible as a member of a family with dependent
children under 21: Number of such recipients on whose behalf medical vendor payments were made, by
form of medical vendor payments, money payment status of recipients, and State, August 1967

Number of recipients of medical vendor payments

For whom premium or per capital
For whom payments were made payments were made into agency
to vendors directly or pooled fund, into Social Security
through fiscal agent Administration system, or to
health-insuring agency
State
Total For recipients for whom For recipients for whom
money payments were-- money payments were--
Total Total
Authorized Not d Authorized Not
authorized authorized

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)


Total /.............

Title XIX States...

Other States.......



Calif...............
Conn.................
Del..................
Hawaii................
Idaho.................
Ill.................
Iowa..................
Kans................
Ky...................
La...................

Maine ............
Md ..................
Mass ................
Mich..................
Minn .................
Mont.................
Nebr................
Nev................
N. H.................
N. Mex...............

N. Y..................
N. Dak................
Ohio.................
Okla.................
Oreg.................
Pa...................
P. R.................
R. I.................
Utah ................
Vt..................

V. I.................
Wash................
W. Va................
Wis..................
Wyo.................



Ala.................
Alaska................
Ariz ..................
Ark .................
Colo..................
D. C.................
Fla..................
Ga...................
Guam................
Ind...................

Miss.................
Mo..................
N. J................
N. C................
S. C.................
S. Da.k..............
Tenn..................
Tex..................
Va...................


394,000


292,000


248,000


43,800


104,000


104,000


290,000 268,000 225,000 42,800 21,900 21,900

104,000 24,100 23,200 960 82,500 82,500

Title XIX States

82,500 82,500 78,600 3,900 -
8,300 8,200 7,000 1,200 77 77 ---
1,500 1,500 1,300 150 -
1,000 1,000 930 100 --- -
530 530 520 6 -
23,200 23,200 20,800 2,400 -
2,100 2,100 2,100 --- ---
(J)() (2J) (2/) (2 )

3,700 3,700 3,700 2 -

600 600 600 --- ---
13,400 13,400 9,600 3,800 -
13,700 13,700 11,700 2,000 -
11,400 11,400 10,500 980 -
7,000 7,000 6,800 230 3 3 ---
290 290 280 3 1 1 ---
1,800 1,800 1,800 30 -

%720
0o 8o00 720 83 --- --- ---
3,900 3,900 3,900 11 -

69,700 69,700 44,100 25,600--- -
840 840 740 94 -
(2/) (2/) (2/) (2/) ." I ) (2/)
21,00 --- -- -- 21, .rX 21,00 ---
) (2 (2) (2) (2) (2) (2)


) /) ) (2) 2/) )
(2 1.
) 2) () /) () (/) )
0 0 0 --- ---

(2/) (2/) (2/) (2/) (2/) (2/) (2/)
3,300 3,300 2,700 650 -
10,700 10,700 10,700 --- ---
7,100 7,100 5,400 1,600--- -
200 200 200 --- -- --

Other States


1


1,400
10,400
6
3,700
1,200
12
960


250
13,600
26,100
48

21,300
25,300
150


1


1,400
2,100
6
3,700
1,200
12
960


250
13,600
740
19



150


1


1,400
2,100
6
3,700
1,200
12
670


230
13,600
100
19



140


10,400




9




25,500
30

21,300
25,300


-, L 4


10,400




9




25,500
30

21,300
25,300


JData incomplete; see footnote 2.
SData not reported.
Estimated.

Note: Data represent totals of rounded State data. Totals may not equal sums of parts.







Table 13.--Child recipients of medical vendor payments eligible as a member of a family with dependent children under
age 21: Number of such recipients on whose behalf medical vendor payments were made, by form of medical vendor
payments, money payment status of recipients, and State, August 1 7

Number of recipients of medical vendor payments

For whom premium or per capital
For whom payments were made payments were made into agency
to vendors directly or pooled fund, into Social Security
through fiscal agent Administration system, or to
health-insuring agency

State Total For recipients for whom For recipients for whom
money payments were-- money payments were--
lotal Total
Not Not
Authorized uth d Authorized auth
authorized authorized

(1) (2) (3) (4) (S) (6) (7)


Total / .............

Title XIX States....

Other States........



Calif..................
Conn...................
Del..................
Hawaii................
Idaho.................
Ill....................
Iowa..................
Kans...................
Vy..................
La...................

Maine /...............
M....................
Mass .................
Mich..................
Minn .................
Mont.................
Nebr..................
Ne. .................
N. H.................

N. Yex................
N. Dak.................
Ohio.................
Okla.................
Ore...................
PR. ...................
P R...................
R. I..................
Utah ..................
Vt..................

V. I..................
Wash..................
W. Va..................
Wigs.................
Wyo...................



Ala...................
Alska.................
Arizo.................
Ark..................
Colo..................
D. C..................
Fla...................
Ga...................
Guam..................
Ind..................

Miss..................
Mo...................
N. J..................
N. C.................
S. C.................
S. Dak....... .........
Tenn...................
Tex...................
Va....................


941,000


612,000


461,000


152,000


334,000


334,000


639,000 573,000 425,000 149,000 66,500 66,500

302,000 38,600 35,700 2,900 268,000 268,000 1

Title XIX States

139,000 139,000 133,000 6,300 -
11,500 11,500 10,300 1,300 --
2,100 2,100 1,900 190 -
1,400 1,400 1,300 93 -
730 730 710 14 ---
77,000 77,000 72,100 4,900 -
6,700 6,700 6,700 --
(2/) (2/) "") (2J) (2/) (ft) (2)

1,700 1,700 1,700 21 --

1,800 1,800 1,800 1 -
28,800 28,800 15,500 13,300 ---
27,700 27,700 23,100 4,600 -
33,400 33,400 31,400 2,000 -
12,300 12,300 11,800 530 -
300 300 290 3 -
2,700 2,700 2,700 45 -
(?J) (2/) (2/) ft) (?) (2) (2)
990 990 900 -- -
5,600 5,600 5,600 21 -

181,000 181,000 74,700 107,000 -
1,100 1,100 1,000 95 -
(2/) (2/) (2/) (2/) (2) (2/) (2/)
66,500 -- --- 66,500 66,500 ---


2/)(j
(2/) (2/) (2/) () (2) () (2/)

) /) ) ) ) ) J)

60 & 52 ---

(/) (22) (2) () (2/) (2/) (2/)
4,600 4,600 3,600 970 -
12,100 12,100 12,100 --- ---
19,000 19,000 11,500 7,500 -
370 370 370 -

Other States


1,600
40,000
38
4,600
850
13
5,700


410
19,600
79,600
8

70,500
79,100
95


1,600
4,300
38
4,600
850
13
5,6oo


410
19,600
1,400
8

87

95


1,600
4,300
38
4,600
850
13
4,000


350
19,600
210
8

87

88


40,000




99




78,500


70,100
79,100


_..


40,000




-..
98




78,500
--_

70,400
79,100


Data incomplete; see footnote 2.
Data not reported.
Estimated.

Note: Data represent totals of rounded State data. Totals may not equal sums of parts.








Table 14.--Other title XIX recipients of medical vendor payments: Number of such recipients on whose behalf medical vendor payments
were made, by age groupings, money payment status of recipients, and State, August 1967

Number of recipients of medical vendor payments for whom payments were made to vendors directly or through fiscal agent

All other title XIX recipients Recipients aged 21-64 Recipients under age 21

State For whom money For whom money For whom money
payments were-- payments were-- payments were--
Total Total Total
Not Not Not
Authorized authorized Authorized authorized Authorized authorized

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9)
Total ./.................. 214,000 43,700 171,000 121,000 16,400 105,000 77,100 13,800 63,300

Calif........................ 11,200 --- 11,200 1,400 --- 1,400 9,800 --- 9,800
Conn................... ......... 3,000 --- 3,000 --- --- --- 3,000 --- 3,000
Del........................... 170 --- 170 -- ----- 170 --- 170
Hawaii........................ 660 500 160 470 360 110 190 140 44
Idahol.........................- --- --- --- --- ---
1I1........................... --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
Iowa.......................... --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
Kans......................... 1,800 1,700 110 1,400 1,400 --- 340 230 110
Ky............................ 380 --- 380 --- --- 380 --- 380
La........................... --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

Maine............................---
d............................. 15,600 --- 15,600 15,000 --- 15,000 640 --- 640
Mass.......................... 26,900 -- 26,900 -- -- 26,900 --- 26,900
Mich......................... 2,600 -- 2,600 --- -- 2,600 -- 2,600
Minn......................... 6,300 --- 6,300 --- --- --- 6,300 --- 6,300
Mont.......................... --- --- -- --- --- --- ---
Nebr..........................
Nev........................... (2/) (27) (/) (2) () (/) (2) (2J) (/)
N. H.......................... --- --- -- -- --- ---
N. Mex ........................ 320 --- 320 --- --- --- 320 --- 320

N. Y.......................... 120,000 26,900 93,100 100,000 14,300 85,800 19,900 12,600 7,300
N. Dak........................ 180 180 1 --- --- -- 180 180 1
ohio......................... --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
Okla.......................... 3 -- 3900 2,100 -- 2,100 1,800 -- 1,800
Oreg.......................... (2J) (g/) (a) () (J) () ) () (21)
Pa ............................ 15,700 13,400 2,300 (/)/) (/
P. R..........................
a. I......................... --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
Utah.......................... 220 190 28 --- --- -- 220 190 28
Vt........................... 240 --- 240 --- --- --- 24 --- 240

v. I.......................... (/) (/) (2) (?/) (2/) (/) (g/) (/) (/)
Wash.......................... 2,500 830 1,700 1,100 330 730 1,400 510 930
W. Va......................... --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
Wls.......................... 2,700 --- 2,700 --- -- --- 2,700 --- 2,700



Age groupings exclude data for Pennsylvania which did not report this breakdown. Data for all columns incomplete; see footnote 2.
Data not reported.

4e: Data represent totals of rounded State data. Totals may not equal sume of parts.
#1W'te






Table 15.--Amounts of medical vendor payments, by form of pei.-nt- and money payment status of
recipients, and State, August

Amount of medical vendor payments

Made as premium or per capital
To vendors directly or payments into agency pooled
through fiscal agent fund, into Social Security
through fiscal agent A st i stm or to
Adrrinlstration system, or to
health-insuring agency
Total
State
For recipients for whom For recipients for whom
money payments were-- money payments were--
Total Total
Not Rot
Authorized a izd Authorized Not
authorized authorized

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)


Total ..............

Title XIX States....

Other States........



Calif.................
Conn..................
Del...... ...........
Hawaii................
Idaho ................
Ill...................
Iowa..................
Kans.................
ay....................
La.. .................

Maine.................
Md. ..... ..............
Mass.................
:ich..................
Minn.................
Mont...................
Nebr..................
Nev.. ................
N. e .................
N. e.......... .......
N. h ..................
N. Dak... ...........
Ohio...................
Okla................
areg...................
Pa ..................
P. R..................
R. I..................
Utah...... ...........
Vt....................

V. I..................
Walh ..................
W. Va................
is......... ...... ..
Wyo....................




Ala....................
Alaska.................
Arit..................
Ark..................
Col...................
D. C................. ...
Fla...................
Ca. ..................
Guam..................
ind...................

Ti: ..................
ho....... .............
T. e..................
. C..................
S. C..................
S. Dak ................
Ten,..................
Tex...................
"a....................


} ? $255.834,000


i.. ,578,000 $10 ? ,000


I '-5,,5O1,ta


$10,205,000


$50,100


2/ 230,392,000 2 225,710,000 9,29?,000 2/ 130,408,000o 4,683,000 4,660,000 22,500

25,442,0 19, ,0 1,000 6,000 5,173,000 5,573,000 5,545,000 27,600

Title XIX States

49,594,000 4 ,93,000 3. 15,375,000 701,000 701,000 ---
3,7t4,000 3,761,000 2, .000 22,600 22,600 ---
224,000 224,000 157,000 ,100 -- --
S*,-.- ,:.:. 138,000 490,0o00o
Ui. ,*>, ,**'* 179,000 270,000 --- --- ---
10,954,000 10,954,000 4,827,000 6,127,000 ---
2,203,000 2,130,000 1,549,000 '80,000 73,200 73,200
1,'49,000 1,849,000 1,217,000 632,000 -- --- ---
2,576,000 2,576,000 1,574,000 1,002,000 ---
3,203,000 3,203,000 1,612,000 1,591,000 --- --- ---

791,000 755,000 =11 ,'n1 .- ,*. 35,600 31,200 4,600
4,033,000 4,033,000 1 '
1 iin 1 .i1 -. 4," 3,934,000 71,700 71,700
..-1.' i **' 6, .*. -. 11,530,000 --- --- ---
6,610,000 6,527,000 2,143,000 4,384,000 83,000 83,000 ---
206,000 196,000 66,900 129,000 12,400 12,400 -
1, 37,000 1,783,000 957,000 926,000 53,800 36,000 17,900

20i,000 206,000 147,000 60,to --- --
934,000 334,000 720,000 114,000 ---

70,455,000 70,320,000 19,005,000 -- -- 1 0 135,00 35000 ---
766,000 766,c000 268,000 --
3,714,000 ".---,000 2,599,000 1,115,000 ---
2/ 4,623,000 2/ 1,11h,000 -- 2 1,147,000 3,476,000 3,476,000
1,296,000 1,296,000 734,000 561,000 -----
10,971,000 10,971,000 ," 7,013,000 --
3,.40,000 3,407,000 ,! '. 2,221,000
1,204,000 1,204,000 .-. 671,000 ---
850,000 350,000 .' 267,000 --- --
586,000 573,000 244,000 329,000 13,000 13,000


2,517,000 ?.1"7. :., -"^', 1, 07, -
683,000 ,000 --- -- ---
7,401,000 7,'17,000 2,042,000 5,355,000 5,000 5,000
67,300 ,300 53,700 13,500 --

Other States


1,261,000
96,300
137,000
1,719,000
1,973,000
397,000
1,029,000
1,949,000
7,200
2,201,000

272,000
1,226,000



466,000
1,302,000
4,281,000
666,000


1,261,000
96,300
102,000
1,524,000
1. 7,000
,000
1,692,000
1,049,000
6,700
1,909,000


1,. "*"
3,457,000


448,000
239,000
2., :,
--


1,260,000
96,300
20,600


3,000
1,691,000
1,049,00
6,400
1,669,000

270,000
578,000
965,000
50,300
566,000
1 5,000
1,100
2,062,000
199,000


i5o

81,700
92,000

379,000
940

300
24o,y)

1,300
64,00oo
2,493,000
345,000

264,000
239,000

339,000


35,100
195,000
285,000

238,000

430
293,000



64,100
1,017,000
6f,4oo
17,100
1,063,000
2,- 1 T' .


35,100
19 ,000
285,000

23 ,000

430
274,000



61,400
1 "^I 000
,400
17,100
1,063,000
2,219,000
71,900


18,800



2,700





6,100


I/ Date j-pn nlp see footnote 3.
SIncluc-: in Oklahona not distributed by basis of eligibility.
,' Data not reported.

Note: Data represent totals of rounded State data. Totals -ey not equsl sums of parts.


1$ 0,256,000









Table 16.--Medical vendor payments on behalf of recipients eligible on basis cf age 65 or over: Amount of such
payments, by form of payments, money payment status of recipients, and State, August 1967

Amount of medical vendor payments

Made as premium or per capital
To vendors directly or payments into agency pooled
through fiscal agent fund, into Social Security
Administration system, or to
health-insuring agency
Total
State
For recipients for whom For recipients for whom
money payments were-- money payments were--
Total Total
Not Not
Authorized NotAuthorized ot
authorized authorized

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)


Total 1/............

Title XIX States...

Other States.......



Calif................
Conn ................
Del..................
Hawaii.... ..........
Idaho................
Ill..................
Iowa.................
Kans ................
y. ..................
La...................

Naine.................
d. ...................
Eass .................
oich ..................
Minn.................
Mont.................
Nebr.................
Ne ..................
N. H .................
N. :lex ...............

N. Y.................
. Dak ................
Ohio.................
Okla.................
Oreg ................
Pa...................
P. R.................
t. I.................
Utah................
Vt. ..................

V. I.................
Wash ................
W. Va.................
Wis...................
Wyo .................



Ala.................
Alaska...............
Ariz.................
Ark..................
Colo..................
D. C.................
Fla..................
na ...................
uam .................
Ind..................

Miss..................
Mo..................
N. J.................
N. C .................
. C .................
S. Da. ......... ......
Tenn.................
Tex..................
Va...................


$122,484,000


$115,303,000


$36,361,000


$78,941,000


$7,183,000


$7,136,000


$46,500


102,500,000 99,685,000 25,528,000 74,156,000 2,816,000 2,794,000 22,100

19,984,000 15,618,000 10,633,000 4,785,000 4,367,000 4,342,000 24,400

Title XIX States

l?,553,000 17,'52,000 7,181,000 10,671,000 701,000 701,000 ---
2,532,000 2,511,000 135,000 2,376,000 21,700 21,700 ---
23,200 23,200 16,400 6,800 -- ---
39 ,000 306,000 19,700 377,000 -
216,000 216,000 45,500 170,000 -
6,673,000 6,673,000 1,779,000 4,894,000 -
1,i96,000 1,824,000 1,243,000 580,000 71,700 71,700 ---
1,043,000 1,043,000 429,000 615,000 --- ---
1,099,000 1,099,000 619,000 479,000 --- --
2,456,000 2,456,000 0j2,000 1,464,000 -

S-." 272,000 272,000 35,800 31,200 4,600
i 196,000 851,000 -
i,557,000 1,778,000 6,709,000 70,300 70,300 ---
10,464,000 10,464,000 1,813,000 8,651,000 -
4,395,000 4, P 768,000 3,546,000 80,500 80,500 ---
lh,000 ,' ,". 48,100 128,000 11,900 11,900 ---
1,00o,000 l.7.~rr 325,000 711,000 52,800 35,300 17,500
S. (2/) (2/) (2/) (2/) (2/)
1 ... ;,7 ., 76,700 54,000 -
316,000 316,000 233,000 82,800 -

21,! ... 24,041,000 3,822,000 20,219,000 135,000 135,000 ---
,-.. 478,000 92,700 386,000 -
2,093,000 2,093,000 1,169,000 924,000 -
1,793,000 176,000 --- 176,000 1,617,000 1,617,000 ---
722,000 722,000 223,000 499,000 -
3,869,000 3,869,000 829,000 3,040,000 -
192,000 192,000 60,100 132,000 --
715,000 715,000 128,000 586,000oo -
347,000 347,000 151,000 197,000 -
373,000 360,000 68,100 292,000 13,000 13,000 ---

(?/) (2/) (2/) (2/) (V/) (2/) (2/)
1,347,000 1,347,000 237,000 1,110,000 -- --- ---
65,500 65,500 65,500 --- ---
4,692,000 4,687,000 698,000 3,989,000 5,000 5,000 ---
27,400 27,400 13,900 13,500

Other States


1,146,000
59,800
137,000
1,226,000
1,637,000
335,000
1,522,000
1,425,000
1,600
1,498,000

211,000


510,000
503,000
422,000
1,191,000
4,037,000
466,000


1. 1f ,-in

102,000
1,031,000
1,525,000


1,425,000
1,100
1,218,000

211,000
963,000
2,630,000
155,000
438,000
405,000


388,000


1,145,000
59,800
20,600
939,000
1,525,000
1,400
1,284,000
1,425,000
840
1,038,000

209,000
333,000
138,000

438,000
141,000

2,062,000
73,400


850

81,700
92,000

333,000
940

300
180,000

1,200
630,000
2,493,000
155,000

264,000
238,000

315,000


35,100
105,000
112,000

237,000

430
280,000



64,100
356,000
65,500
17,100
953,000
1,974,000
78,000


35,100
195,000
112,000

237,000

430
264,000



61,400
356,000
65,500
17,100
953,000
1,974,000
71,900


15,600



2,700





6,100


SDta incomplete; see footnote 2.
SData not reported.

Not-: Date represent totals of rounded State data. Totals may not equal sums of parts.




. T


Table 17.--Medical vendor payments on behalf of recipients eligible on I is of blin ness: Aouint of
such payments, by form of payments, money payment status of reciplnt.r, and State, August 1967

Amount of medical vendor pyinents


Total /. ............

Title XIX States...

Other States.......



Calif................
Conn ................
Del..................
Hawaii ..............
Idaho................
11. .................
Iowa................
Kns .................

La...................

Maine.................
Mde..................
Mas ..................
Micha .................
Minnc................
Month .................
Mebr.................
Nebv .................
N. H.................
N. Mex................

N. Y .................
N. Dak................
Ohio.................
Okla..................
Oreg.................
Pa...... ...........
P. .................
R. I.................
UtaN..................
Vt... ...............

V. I................
W. V ................
W.is .................
yo_..................



AlaW.................
Alaska...............
Ariz..............
Ark.................
Colo..................
D. C ................
Fla...................
Ga...................
Guam .................
Ind ..................

Miss.................
Mo...................
N. J..................
N. C.................
S. C.................
S. Dk................
Tenn.................
Tex..................
Va ...................


Total






(1)

$2,007,000

1,791,000

21p,000


751,000
19,700
3,500
1,500
3,000
.4, -00


33,300
31,300

9,000
5,800
16,000
65,400
56,100
1,600
32,900

4, 00
5,600

186,000
3,500
60,300
26,300
15,800
237,000
2,000
5,300
5,900
4,700

(2/1
22,6oo
6,500
r4,200
5%90





1,300

27,700
4,900
500
19,100
22,400

63,400

3,500



25,800
880
2,700
2,900
13,300


To vendors directly or
through fiscal agent


(2)



1,759,000

195,000



74, 6'
751,000
19,50
3,500
1,500
4 000

19, o0
14,700
33,300
31,300

9,000
5,800
14,600
65,400
55,000
1,200


4,900
'1 .


5,600

186,000
3,500
60,300

15,600
237,000
2,000
5,300
5,700
4,700

(j)
2, 600
6,500
5',200
580


27,700
1,900
500
18,300
22,400

54,400

3,500

14,200
9,600
23,300
880


13,300


For recipients for whom
money payments were--


Authorized


(3)

$,l,5l,nooo

1,377,000

184,000



109,00


l1, 1
1,200



32,100
2',600
8,400
5,200
1,1oo0
60,400
39,500
1,200
14,9o00

4.
5,400

142,000
2,700
47,600

11,900
189,000
600
3,300
5,200
3,700



6,500
30,700
500


45
18,300
22,400

51,900

3,400

14,200
9,600
23,300
880


4,500


Not
'-i 0ior l zed

(4)

$392,000

310,000

11,900




8, f 100

540
1,100
2),60

130
1,200
2,700

550
630
3,'00
5,000
15,400
13
16,9000
(/)
290
190

44,000
840
12,700



1,400
2,000
790
1,000


14

-3,500


Other Sates


Data incomplete; see footnote 2.
Data not reported.

Note: Data represent totals of rounded State data. Totals may not equal sums of parts.


Made as premium or per capital
payments Into agency pooled
fund, into :ocnl Security
AdminAItration system, or to
health-lnsuring agency


Total



(5)

$52,6(o

31,800

20, 100




190




1,400






1,400

1,1)0
330
] 12,3








26,3oo








(2/)


9,000





2,400

2,700
2,900


For recipients for whom
money payments were-


Authorized Not
Ruthorizc
(6) ( )


$50,000 $,0oo

31,400 3 '0

18,600 2, (Y)
















1,400
l,4fX) ---

1,100
330
720
(2/) 300






21,300








(21)









Table 18.-Medical vendor payments on behalf of recipients eligible on basis of permanent
and total disability: Amount of such payments, by form of payments, money payment
status of recipients, and State, August 1967

Amount of medical vendor payments

Made as premium or per capital
payments into agency pooled
To vendors directly or fund, into Social Security Admin-
through fiscal agent istration system, or to
health-insuring agency
State Total
For recipients for whom For recipients for whom
money payments were-- money payments were--
Total Total
Not Not
Authorized authorized Authorized authorized

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)


Total ................

Title XIX States.....

Other States.........



Calif..................
Conn...................
Del....................
Hawaii.................
Idaho..................
...................
Iowa.....................
Kans...................
Ky....................
Lain...................

Maine..................
Mad....................
Mass..................
Mien...................
M nn. ...................
Mont..................
Nebr...................
Nev. ...................
N. H....................
N. Mex.................

N. Y ..................
N. Da...................
Ohio ....................
Okla...................
Oreg....................
Pa......................
P. R...................
R. I...................
Utah...................
t......................

V. I...................
Wash ..................
W. V...................
Wis....................


Wyo.....................


Ala ...................
Alask..................
Ariz...................
Ark....................
Colo ..................
D. C...................
Fla. ...................
Gad.....................
uamiss...................
Ind.... .................

Miss. J..................
Mo.....................
N. J ...................
N. C...................
S. C..................
S. Dak.................
Tenn.......................
Tex....................
Va.....................


$38,394,000


$37,541,000 $25,561,000


$11,980,000


$854,000


$853,000


$1,000


35,252,000 34,918,000 23,213,000 11,704,000 334,000 334,000

3,142,000 2,623,000 2,348,000 276,000 520,000 519,000 1,000

Title XIX States

12,3,12,003,000 ,09,567,000,567, 2,436,000 ---
506,000 506,000 224,000 282,000 480 480
42,800 42,800 21,000 21,800 ---
106,000 106,000 25,100 81,300 --
172,000 172,000 75,600 96,900
1,985,000 1,985,000 1,201,000 783,000
112,000 112,000 112,000 -
285,000 285,000 280,000 4,500 --
382,000 382,000 303,000 78,700
484,000 484,000 361,000 122,000

111,000 111,000 95,200 16,000 --
437,000 437,000 318,000 120,000 --
2,062,000 2,062,000 1,192,000 871,000 --
3,796,000 3,796,000 2,138,000 1,658,000
1,073,000 1,071,000 604,000 467,000 1,400 1,400
10,300 10,000 9,300 740 210 210 ---
437,000 437,000 344,000 93,400 --
(2/) (2/) (2) (2/) (2/) (2/) (2/)
24,900 24,900 22,400 2,500 --
174,000 174,000 157,000 17,000

4,715,000 4,715,000 3,135,000 1,580,000 ---
163,000 163,000 72,900 89,700 --
579,000 579,000 485,000 94,100o --
332,000 --- --- 332,000 332,000
262,000 262,000 218,000 44,000 --
2,062,000 2,062,000 781,000 1,281,000
163,000 163,000 81,200 81,300 -
192,000 192,000 137,000 55,000 -- -
255,000 255,000 197,000 58,200 ---
104,000 104,000 81,500 22,600 ---

(?/) (2/) (V/) (V/) (2/) (9/) (2_/)
968,000 968,000 363,000 605,000 -
92,800 92,800 92,800 --- --
1,138,000 1,138,000 496,000 641,000 --
23,000 23,000 23,000 -- -- -

Other States


111,000
35,200

393,000
155,000
50,800
261,000
375,000
4,000
279,000

57,500
137,000
332,000
526,000
96,700
42,300
61,400
83,600
142,000


111,000
35,200

393,000
154,000
50,800
261,000
375,000
4,000
276,000

57,500
137,000
332,000
156,000
96,400
42,300


142,000


111,000
35,200

393,000
154,000
5,300
261,000
375,000
4,000
247,000

57,400
125,000
332,000
27,100
96,400
42,300


82,100


45,400



29,200

140
12,300

129,000




60,000


L/ Data incomplete; see footnote 2.
2 Data not reported. 4

Note: Data represent totals of rounded State data. Totals may not equal sums of parts.


870




2,700




371,000
330

61,400
83,600


870




1,700




371,000
330

61,400
83,600









Table 19.--Medical vendor payments on behalf of recipients eligible as a member of a family with dependent children
under 21: Amount of such payments, by form of payments, money payment status of recipients, and State,
August 1967

Amount of medical vendor payments

Made as premium or per capital payments
To vendors directly into agency pooled fund, into Social
or through fiscal agent Security Administration system, or to
health-insuring agency

Total For recipients for For recipients for
State whom money whom money
payments were-- payments were--
Total Total
Not Not
Authorized aut ed Authorized auto ed
authorizedd authored (6) (7)
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)


Total / ............

Title XIX States...

Other States.......



Calif ...............
Conn................
Del.................
Hawaii...............
Idaho.................
Ill................ ...
Iowa................
Kana...............
Ky..................
La....................

Maine.................
Md...................
Mass.................
Mich ................
Minn. ...............
Mont.................
Nebr.................
Nev..................
N. H.................
N. Mex...............

N. Y................
N. Dak...............
Ohio.................
Okla ................
Oreg.................
Pa...................
P. R................
R. I.................
Utah................
Vt...................

V. I................
Wash..................
W. Va................
Wis..... ............
Wyo...................




Ala..................
Alaska...............
Ariz.................
Ark..................
Colo..................
D. C.................
Fla..................
Ga...................
Guam..................
Ind..................

Miss.................
Mo...................
N. J.................
N. C................
S. C................
S. Dak................
Tennm.................
Tex..................
Va...................


$68,659,000


$66,491,000


$43,042,000


$23,446,000


$2,167,000


$2,167,000


66,562,000 65,061,000 41,711,000 23,345,000 1,501,000 1,501,000 ---

2,097,000 1,430,000 1,331,000 101,000 666,000 666,0oo 66

Title XIX States

17,704,000 17,704,000 16,162,000 1,542,000 --- ---
519,000 519,000 407,000 111,000 230 -
152,000 1.*:*." 116,000 36,200 --- --
83,700 3,7-.:. 67,700 16,000 -
57,300 57,300 56,200 1,000 -
2,213,000 2,213,000 1,791,000 421,000 -
175,000 175,000 175,000 --- 110 110 ---
383,000 383,000 375,000 8,200 -
1,051,000 1,051,000 619,000 --- --- --
232,000 232,000 230,000 ,-.--- --

136,000 136,000 135,000 120 -
1,395,000 1,395,000 666,000 728,000 --
1,629,000 1,629,000 1,351,000 278,000 --
3,694,000 3,694,000 2,987,000 707,000 -
772,000 772,000 731,000 40,800 9 9
8,500 8,500 8,400 61 3 3 ---
278,000 ??P,"0 273,000 4,700 -
i: (2/) (2/) (2/) (2/) (2/)
-:,* 48,000 43,900 4,100 -
328,000 328,000 324,000 3,700 -

23,593,000 23,593,000 9,230,000 14,363,000 -
116,000 116,000 94,200 21,300 -
981,000 981,000 897,000 84,100 -
L,,1. --- .--- .--- 1,501,000 1,501,000 ---
S ,'-, : 282,000 282,000 220
3,560,000 3,560,000 1,629,000 1,931,000 -
3,050,000. 3,050,000 1,.:.,;.'. 2,006,000 -
292,000 292,000 : I,': ." --- --- --
230,000 230,000 222,000 ,-. '- --
91,000 91,000 90,600 440 -

(/) (2/) (2/) (2/) (2/) (2/) (2/)
126,000 126,000 90,000 36,200 -
518,000 518,000 518,000 --- ---
1,347,000 1,347,000 816,000 531,000
16,200 16,200 16,200 --- ---

Other States


73


72,200
176,000
1,200
127,000
127,000
1,600
361,000


125,000
481,000
367,000
8,600

46,800
158,000
44,200


73


72,200
6,100
1,200
127,000
127,000
1,600
360,000

.---
125,000
481,000
*=,500
:,500

1,100

44,200


73


72,200
6,100
1,200
127,000
127,000
1,600
332,000


120,000
481,000
13,600
8,500

1,100

39,300


28,500


5,700

61,800




4,900


Data incomplete; see footnote 2.
Data not reported.

Note: Data represent totals of rounded State data. Totals may not equal sums of parts.


170,000




920




291,000
90

45,700
158,000


170,000




850




291,000
90

45,700
158,000






Table 20.--Medical vendor payments on behalf of other title XIX recipients: Amount of such payments, by age groupings,
money payment status of recipients, and State, August 1967

Amount of medical vendor payments to vendors directly or through fiscal agent

All other title XIX recipients Recipients aged 21-64 Recipients under age 21

For whom money For whom money For whom money
State payments were-- payments were-- payments were--
Total Total Total
Not Not Not
Authorized authorized Authorized authorized Authorized authorized

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9)


Title XIX States, total i/.

Calif .......................
Conn.........................
Del........ ...... ....... .....
Hawaii......................
Idaho.......................
ll..........................
Iowa.........................
Kans.........................
Ky .................. .......
La...........................

Maine................ .......
Md...........................
Mass.........................
Mich.................................
Minn.........................
Mont.........................
Nebr.........................
Nev..........................
N. H.........................
N. Mex.......................

N. Y.........................
. Dak.......................
Ohio.........................
Okla.........................
Oreg ........................
Pa.................. .
P. R........................
R. I.........................
Utah.........................
Vt...........................

V. I.........................
Wash.........................
W. Va.......................
Wis..........................
Wyo..........................


$24,225,000


584,000ooo
206,000
2,200
41,100



123,000
11,400



1,147,000
1,074,000
509,000
314,000


(2/)

10,100

17,785,000
5,500

906,000
15,200
1,243,000


10,800
13,300

(a/)
53,300

171,000


$3,465,000


25,900



119,000










(j/)



2,766,000
5,500



530,000


7,300


11,200
11,-0


$20,760,000


$18,356,000 $1,810,000


$16,546,000


$4,625,000


$1,124,000


.4. 4. 4. 4


584,000
206,000
2,200
15,200



3,900
11,400



1,147,000
1,074,000
509,000
314,000


(-)

10,100

15,019,000
9

906,000
15,200
713,000


3,500
13,300

(?J)
42,100

171,000


501,000


35,400



105,000




1,111,000









16,073,000


506,000




4, 500
(2/)
506,000









---
---


22,000



105,000





(S-








1,678,000




(4,9





4,90
4,900


501,000


13,500








1,111,000





(a')



14,395,000


506,000

(-/)





19,0
19,60


82,800
206,000
2,200
5,700



18,200
11,400



35,700
1,074,000
509,000
314,000

(a)


10,100

1,712,000
5,500

399,000
15,200



10,800
13,300

(J/)
28,900

171,000


3,900



14,300











6,3-0
. r --







9_o9
Z-V)





7,300



6,300


$3,500,000


82,800
206,000
2,200
1,700



3,900
* 11,400

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Age groupings exclude data
Data not reported.


for Pennsylvania which did not report this breakdown. Data for all columns incomplete; see footnote 2.


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