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Eligibility requirements for services in Rhode Island. Office of Health and Human Services. FY2012
Eligibility requirements for services in Rhode Island. Office of Health and Human Services. FY2012

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SFY 2012Health and Human ServicesEligibility and Service Fact Book
 
 
Table
 
1:
 
Demographic
 
Comparison
 
of 
 
RI,
 
CT
 
and
 
MA
 
Rh d
 
ode
 
Islan Connecticu
 
Massachusetts
 
Population
 
2010
 
1.05M 3.52M 6.60M
Median
 
Income
 
 
Family
 
of 
 
three
 
2/2010
 
$73,619 $84,873 $82,883
Percent 
 
in
 
Poverty
­­
 At 
 
or
 
below
 
100%FPL
 
 
Children ≤ 18
 
Adults 18‐64
 
Elders 65 andolder12 s)% (Individual8% (Families24%16%13%
[19% of these re older than75]a
 9% (Individuals)7% (Fa ilies)m 15%12%9%
[11%of these are older than75]
10 )% (Individuals7% (Fa ilies)m 20%14%11%
[12% of these are olderthan 75]
Percent 
 
Change
 
in
 
SNAP
 
Participation
 
2007
­
2010
 
22% 17% 10%
Percent 
 
of 
 
Population
 
SSI
 
Beneficiaries
 
2009
 
9% total pop.94% 651≥ Age 7.4% total pop94% 651 .≥ Age 7% total pop.89% 651≥ Age
SSI
 
w/disabilities
 
as
 
%
 
of 
 
total
 
pop
 
2.7% 1.4% 2.1%
Unem e
 
ployment 
 
Rat 
February 2010
 
February 2011
 
 
1
 11.2%11.8% 9.2%9.0%8.7%8.2%
Rate
 
of 
 
Uninsurance
 
2010
 
12% 16% 5%
Budget 
 
Shortfall
 
SFY 
 
12
 
YES YES YES
 
In
 
Dollars
 
$331 000,100, $3,70 ,0000,000 $1,80 ,0000,000
 
%
 
SFY 
 
2011
 
Budget 
 
10% 28% 5.7%
Sources include: cbpp.org/cms/:statehealthfacts.org; census.gov;socialsecurity.gov/policy/docs; ctkidslink.org/pub/ 1
 
 
Table
 
2:
 
Medicaid/CHIP:
 
Comparison
 
of 
 
RI,
 
CT
 
and
 
MA
 
By
 
Population
 
SFY 
 
2009
 
Rhode
 
slandI
1
 
Connecticut 
2
 
Massachusetts
3
 
Per
 
M er
 
Mont ember
 
P
 
h(PMPM)
 
n
 
ChildreParents/Adults
 
litiesAdultsw/DisabiElders
 
ds
 
Childrenw/Special Nee
 
Personal Care$246$369$1,787$2,057$1,4350$246$309$2,096$2,110$1,6330$292$345$949$1,467$1,038 $84
2
 Average
 
PMPM
 
Mandatory
 
Eligibles
 
$729 $801 $691
 Average
 
PMPM
 
Optional
 
Eligibles
 
$926 $1,112 $1,223
Percent 
 
of 
 
Enrollees
 
Mandatory
 
Eligible
 
59% 51% 54%
Total
 
 Average
 
Enrollment 
 
175,061 455,133 1, 2177,92
Enrollment 
 
as
 
%
 
of 
 
State
 
Population
 
16.6% 12.9% 17.9%
Total
 
Program
 
Spending
 
 
 All
 
Funds
 
$1,70 ,284
 
2,972 $6,03 ,239
 
5,281 $12,4 ,429
 
80,644Spending
 
as
 
%
 
of 
 
Total
 
State
 
Budget 
 
24.5% 25.2% 26.3%
1
Source: RI Medicaid Annual Expenditure Report.
2
Source: State Budget Review and Analysis 200902100 at: ct.gov/opm ctkidslink.org/ub_details_506.html\ 
3
Source: MassHealth Summary Report at: mass.gov/eohhs/masshealth/ 
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