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									  Research Project to Understand the Medicaid Undercount:
  The University of Minnesota’s State Health Access Center, the
  Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the Department
  of Health and Human Services Assistant Secretary for
  Planning and Evaluation, The National Center for Health
  Statistics, and the U.S Census Bureau




                                                 Phase II Research Results:
             Examining Discrepancies between the National Medicaid
               Statistical Information System (MSIS) and the Current
               Population Survey (CPS) Annual Social and Economic
                                                 Supplement (ASEC)

                                                                                    Final
                                                                          March 12, 2008




Note: This paper was made possible by grant 052084 from the Robert Wood Johnson
Foundation to the State Health Access Data Assistance Center (Michael Davern, PI)
with additional support supplied by the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning
and Evaluation (ASPE), the Center's for Medicare and Medicare Services (CMS), and
the U.S. Census Bureau. This paper has undergone a limited review by all the
participating organizations in accordance to existing agreements among these
organizations. The views expressed are those of the author(s) and not necessarily those
of ASPE, CMS, or the US Census Bureau.
                                                Contents

     Executive Summary ................................................................................................... ii 

I.      INTRODUCTION.............................................................................................................1


II. OBJECTIVE AND SCOPE ................................................................................................1


III. METHODOLOGY AND QUESTIONS ANSWERED ............................................................2


IV. RESULTS OF ANALYSIS...............................................................................................11


V. CONCLUSION ..............................................................................................................16


VI. LIMITATIONS ..............................................................................................................16


VII.APPENDICES: ..............................................................................................................18

     I.     Description of Four Project Phases........................................................................18 

     II.    Key Decisions Leading to Phase II Research Design............................................18 

     III.   Files and Methods Used.........................................................................................18 

     IV.    Meta Data in Phase II.............................................................................................18 

     V.     Detailed Tables and Documentation......................................................................18 





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Executive Summary
Survey estimates of public health insurance program enrollment tend to be lower than those
compiled from administrative record data. This discordance is particularly apparent for
Medicaid and this has become known as the “Medicaid undercount”. Many causes have been
postulated for the undercount with varying potential implications for policy research and
resulting policy recommendations. The crude Medicaid undercount in the Current Population
Survey’s Annual Social and Economic Supplement (CPS ASEC), the most prominently used
survey for policy research that measures health insurance coverage, was about 32 percent for
both 2000 and 2001.1 In order to investigate reasons for the undercount, a team of researchers
designed the analysis described in this report.

For this analysis, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) provided the Census Bureau
with a Social Security Number (SSN)-identified version of its Medicaid Statistical Information
System (MSIS) files for 2000, 2001, and 2002. Following appropriate person-identity
confirmation, record linkage, data security, and personal privacy protection procedures, Census
staff joined the corresponding individual-level MSIS information to the Census internal CPS
files for 2001 and 2002 at the person level.

By analyzing the resulting data files, we were able to identify two general causes of the Medicaid
undercount. The first relates to difficulties aligning the concept of which persons are enrolled on
MSIS and CPS. And the second relates to problems existing in the CPS survey data.

Problems Aligning the Concept of Coverage Between the MSIS and CPS ASEC: To make the
concept of insurance and Medicaid coverage consistent across the MSIS and the CPS, we
removed all MSIS enrollees who received only partial coverage (e.g., those receiving just
emergency or family planning related services). We also removed enrollees who were on
Medicaid in the previous year but died before the period of CPS fielding, and duplicate person
records (e.g., usually due to receipt of Medicaid by the same person in two different states in a
given calendar year). Finally, we removed all State Children's Health Insurance Program
(SCHIP) enrollees from the MSIS count as SCHIP falls under the auspices of Medicaid only in
some states and within those states sometimes inconsistently, and we presume SCHIP-
participating families often are unaware of the distinction. After these adjustments, our analysis
file had 40.5 million Medicaid enrollees in 2001, down from a 48.6 million in the full MSIS file.
Corresponding figures for 2000 were 38.2 million and 45.0 million.


1
 Based on CPS estimates of the number of people with Medicaid and MSIS administrative data
counts tabulated in the second phase of our research project. Our revised MSIS estimates for
2000 indicated that 38.2 million people had full benefits Medicaid compared with 26.1 million
estimated by the CPS. In 2001 our revised MSIS estimates indicated that 40.5 million people
were enrolled in full benefits Medicaid versus 27.7 million in the CPS.

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Sources of the Discrepancy Attributed to the Survey Data: Most of the remaining undercount
appears to be explained by response error. We explored response error using those survey
reportees for whom we had actual health insurance coverage responses (i.e., excluding imputed
and allocated responses). Among the linked cases between the CPS and MSIS (i.e., when
enrollment is indicated on MSIS for a CPS participating household member), we computed that
41 percent of these enrollees were not reported having Medicaid. Further computation led us to
conclude that such response errors in the CPS are the major cause of the Medicaid undercount.

Also, these response errors appear to occur non-randomly. People with longer and more recent
Medicaid enrollment (including those still enrolled in the CPS during the first four months of the
year of the survey fielding—which is the one immediately subsequent to the one being asked
about on the survey—were reported on better. Those enrolled later in the reference period
(closer to the time of the survey), those enrolled at the time of the survey (which should not be
relevant if respondents correctly interpret the CPS Medicaid coverage questions), and those
enrolled for more days in the calendar year were more likely to be reported having Medicaid.
Response errors also appear related to income and age. Respondents for enrolled children were
more likely to report Medicaid coverage for them than those for adult enrollees. Enrollees in
families with lower incomes were more likely reported on Medicaid (and less likely reported on
some other type of coverage) and enrollees with higher income were less likely reported on
Medicaid (but were more likely to be reported on some other type of coverage). Also enrollees
receiving medical services provided by Medicaid in the periods under analysis (calendar years
2000 and 2001, separately) were more often reported enrolled than those who did not receive
services. Finally, enrollees in some states were more likely reported so and less likely reported
being uninsured (e.g., Massachusetts) than persons in other states (e.g., Louisiana).

Limitations of Our Study:
This report presents intermediate results from ongoing research. Although we did reweight to
CPS data to partially adjust for the non-representativeness of the linkable CPS sample (i.e., those
with PIKs), some bias undoubtedly remains. For example, the reweighted sub-sample of
linkable cases makes no correction for missing PIKs in the administrative data. More research
should be conducted on this 6 percent of the MSIS full benefits Medicaid enrollee cases to
determine the role they play in the Medicaid undercount.




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I.         Introduction
This paper describes the results of the second phase of a four-phase research project of
University of Minnesota’s State Health Access Data Assistance Center (SHADAC), Centers for
Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation
(ASPE), National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), and the US Census Bureau. The research
is designed to explain why discrepancies exist between survey estimates of enrollment in
Medicaid and the number of enrollees reported in state and national administrative data.
The research done for this project includes both national and state-level analysis. National files
include the Medicaid Statistical Information System (MSIS), the Medicaid Analytic eXtract
(MAX), and the Medicare Enrollment Database (EDB). Survey files include the Current
Population Survey (CPS) and the National Health Interview Survey (NHIS)2. Additionally, the
following states have been invited to participate in this study: Florida, Maryland, California,
Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Louisiana, and Minnesota. Participating states will provide data from
their Medicaid and State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) enrollment files to CMS,
and CMS will, in turn, provide these data to the U.S. Census Bureau.
Understanding differences between enrollment data and survey data will benefit the Census
Bureau and other participating agencies by suggesting possible improvement to CPS and other
surveys. It will also engender a better understanding of existing CPS insurance data that provide
a more accurate view of Medicaid and other insurance coverage for U.S. residents. As such, this
research will enable a revised computation of the number of U.S. residents without health
insurance. We consider the results presented in this paper to form only a basis—a jumping-off
point—for making such an analysis. Without a sophisticated strategy to reassign surveyed
persons categorized by CPS as uninsured but established by this study to have Medicaid
coverage that considers the effect of having non-randomly missing data and also the offsetting
effect of false positive reporting, such a computation would likely be significantly inaccurate.
We expect additional work released by team members to speak directly to this issue.


II.        Objective and Scope
The objective of Phase II is to investigate the size and source of the discrepancy between
estimates derived from the former Current Population Survey (CPS) March Supplement (now
known as the Annual Social and Economic Supplement or ASEC) and counts of enrollees
derived from MSIS. The input for this research is the validated MSIS and MAX files for
calendar year (CY) 2000 and 2001 matched respectively to the 2001 and 2002 Current
Population Survey March Supplements (ASEC), and the Census Bureau’s Master Address File
Auxiliary Reference File (MAF-ARF) and Person Characteristics File (PCF). We also use MSIS
enrollment data for the first four months subsequent to each survey’s reference period (which is

2
    Description of these files can be found in Appendix III.
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the calendar year immediately prior to the year of survey administration) because we conjecture
that current and recent enrollment status (though not germane to the CPS questions about
Medicaid coverage as worded) helps explain respondent reporting of Medicaid coverage.

To address explanations for discrepancies between CPS and enrollment reported in MSIS, we
produced summary statistics intended to suggest or discredit plausible explanatory factors for it.
We constructed a series of logistic models to evaluate these factors in a multivariate setting.
Additionally, we provided a summary data file for team members to corroborate and extend our
analysis. Phase II Metadata can be found in Appendix IV and detailed tables in Appendix V.
The Appendix V tables appear each in two presentations: the first using the original CPS survey
weights and the second using adjusted weights developed by a re-weighting process described in
Appendix III, which also describes the research files and other methods used to produce the
results.

III.    Methodology and Questions Answered

File Processing to Create the Research File
    1. 	 Validate MSIS records using a modified version of the Census Bureau’s Person
         Identification Validation System (PVS). The validation technique compares the date-of-
         birth and sex shown on the MSIS record to the date-of-birth and sex shown for that SSN
         on the Social Security Administration’s Numident file. The process works under the
         assumption that if the MSIS SSN were incorrect, it would be highly unlikely for the
         MSIS and Numident date-of-birth and sex to be similar. For validated records, convert
         the SSN to an anonymous Protected Identity Key (PIK) to protect the security of the
         personal information.
    2. 	 Use the MAF-ARF, which contains PIKs and Master Address File Identifiers (MAFIDs,
         each representing a specific place of residence) to determine persons who may have been
         out of the CPS universe because they lived in institutional group-quarters.
    3. 	 For each person in MSIS, determine the months during which that person was enrolled in
         Medicaid and output a record showing this to the MSIS Summarized Enrollment History
         File (MSEHF), which has a single record for each validated SSN on MSIS and a single
         record for each MSIS client account without a validated SSN.
    4. 	 Process CPS records through the PVS, which includes verification and search procedures,
         to assign a PIK.
    5. 	 Account for the CPS cases that are un-linkable because the (represented person’s) SSN is
         unknown or unverifiable. Create a new set of CPS weights by dropping these un-linkable
         cases and re-assigning their weight proportionally to records within the same re-
         weighting strata that do have identifying data. While the re-weighting strata are
         developed in a way meant to minimize bias in derived estimates, re-weighting would


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        cause completely no bias only if person-identification data are missing-at-random3: that is
        to say, if the missing-ness of the identification data is statistically independent, within
        each re-weighting stratum, of any characteristic being measured. In the real world, this is
        unlikely to be true, and so, to the degree that the measured characteristics vary according
        to the missing-ness of the identity data, re-weighting could introduce bias into the
        generated estimates just as similar post-stratification adjustments made to all Census
        Bureau demographic households surveys can. Nevertheless, we believe that re-weighting
        is a way to project the results from the identified CPS reportees4 to the entire CPS frame.
    6. 	 Process the MAX data for the analysis year by validating the SSN (by comparison to
         matching MSIS record) and replacing it with a PIK.
    7. 	 Link MSEHF to CPS, the Person Characteristics File (PCF), and the processed MAX file,
         joining on PIK. Produce tabulations shown in Tables 1 and 2 (Appendix IV). Produce an
         analysis file with a single record for each person in CPS. Use this analysis file to produce
         tabulations for Tables 3 and 4 (Appendix IV) and to perform the regression analysis.

Assessing the feasibility of using record linkage to identify survey errors causing the discrepancy between
the CPS March Supplement and the national MSIS
Q1:     What is the status of the raw match between CPS observations and MSIS records?

Prior to accounting for universe differences and duplicate records, how many CPS and MSIS
records have person-identifying data (PIK substituting for SSN) so we can determine the
record’s type of match outcome and therefore use it in the analysis of the count estimate
discrepancy? How does the analytical universe differ after we use adjusted weights to account
for being unable to correctly determine type of match outcome for CPS records lacking
identifying information?

We tally raw un-weighted and weighted counts of the number of CPS and MSIS records by type
of match outcome. Counts are tallied overall and by selected characteristics. We use CPS
demographic characteristics, poverty level, and health insurance coverage responses for CPS
only and CPS-to-MSIS matched records. For MSIS only, we use PCF (or when PCF
characteristics are unavailable, MSIS) demographic characteristics, and type of benefits. These
tallies are presented in Appendix V, Table 1, which provides an overview of the match process.




3
  Little, R. J. A., Rubin D.B., Statistical Analysis with Missing Data. 2nd Edition.Wiley, 2002.

4
  In this document, “reportee” refers to all household members of reporting households; “respondent” refers only to

the household members (one for each household) that took part in the survey interviews. 

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Assessing the scope of the survey undercount
Q2:     What is the size of the discrepancy between CPS and MSIS?

How does the CPS estimate of enrollees compare to the MSIS count of enrollees? How does it
compare after making adjustments to account for universe differences? What is the distribution
of the discrepancy between MSIS counts and CPS estimates by demographic category? How
does this distribution vary among residents of different states?

We make the raw MSIS count of Medicaid enrollees by totaling the number of client accounts
excluding persons known to be deceased prior to March of the corresponding survey year, and
we make the CPS estimate by weighting each member of the households in CPS by the final
survey weight and summing.

However, before comparing the MSIS count to the CPS estimate, we account for the differences
in what each measure covers. Direct comparability is inappropriate for several reasons:

    ƒ   D
        	 ifferences in the definition of enrollment
            -	 The raw MSIS count includes individuals in the State Children's Health Insurance
                Program (SCHIP) if it is run through Medicaid (an arrangement called “Medicaid-
                expansion SCHIP”) and it only sometimes does include individuals in SCHIP if
                run separately from Medicaid (an arrangement called “stand-alone SCHIP”).
                States may offer one or both of these types of plans.
            -	 In contrast, the CPS estimate made from the variable MCAID5 does always
                include individuals who are reported to have SCHIP coverage, regardless of their
                state of residence and type of SCHIP program. Our preferred measure of
                Medicaid coverage, (which is an augmented version of the CPS variable CAID6
                (called subsequently Augmented-CAID7)) does not count Medicaid persons
                identified covered through SCHIP but not explicitly identified as enrolled in
                Medicaid8.

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  MCAID is set to show Medicaid coverage for a reportee if the respondent indicates (for the reportee) coverage on
Medicaid or SCHIP when first asked (in response to direct questions about each possible type of coverage),
indicates Medicaid, SCHIP, Other Public Coverage, or Other Coverage in response to being asked about additional
coverage (subsequent to answering initial questions about each type), or indicates Medicaid, SCHIP, or Other Public
Coverage in response to a verification question asked about each household member who had not been reported
(earlier in the health insurance question sequence) having any coverage. The Census Bureau uses MCAID in
computing published CPS estimates of prior year Medicaid enrollees.
6
  CAID is set to show Medicaid coverage for a reportee if respondent indicates coverage on Medicaid in response to
several direct questions (prior to being asked about any other coverage or verification of non-coverage) about
Medicaid enrollment: whether any household members had Medicaid coverage, and if so, who in household had it.
7
  Augmented-CAID includes all reportees CAID shows enrolled and, in addition, reportees indicated with Medicaid
coverage in response to questions asked about additional coverage or in response to a verification question asked
about each household member who had not been reported having any coverage.
8
  Many times SCHIP and Medicaid share the exact same program name (e.g., Hoosier Healthwise in Indiana) and as
a result are inseparable in the self-reported health insurance data.

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           -	 The raw MSIS count includes individuals receiving partial benefits (i.e., coverage
              only for selected services). In contrast, it is unclear if some respondents in the
              survey understand “coverage” as meaning having received at least some medical
              care provided by Medicaid. See Appendix II for details on how we decided to
              define coverage.
   ƒ   D
       	 ifferences in the definition of universe
           -	 The raw MSIS count includes residents of institutional group quarters. In contrast,
              the CPS estimates do not account for them because they are not part of the CPS
              sampling universe.

   ƒ   D
       	 ifferences in the definition of the unit of measure
           -	 The raw MSIS count is a measure of the total number of Medicaid client accounts
              and so individuals who have multiple client accounts (sometimes within the same
              state and sometimes in multiple states) are counted more than once. In contrast,
              the CPS estimates are a measure of the total number of individual enrollees.

For these reasons we adjusted the raw MSIS count to make the measures more comparable.
Appendix V, Table 2 shows a progression of adjusted MSIS counts, working from the one least
comparable to the one most comparable to CPS estimates. Each subsequent column represents an
exclusion being made to work towards a universe more directly comparable and the exclusions
are cumulative:

   ƒ   “MSIS Total A” excludes only persons known dead prior to March of the survey year
       (For MSIS 2000-CPS/ASEC 2001, 853,000 dead persons were excluded; for MSIS 2001-
       CPS/ASEC-2002, 906,000 dead persons were excluded) from the raw counts of client
       accounts.
   ƒ   With “MSIS Total B” SCHIP clients are excluded from the counts. 

   ƒ   With “MSIS Total C” partial benefit clients are excluded from the counts. 

   ƒ   With “MSIS Total D” clients likely to reside in institutional group quarters are excluded 

       from the counts.
           Our methodology to exclude persons in group quarters reviews other administrative
           data files and excludes individuals at addresses we know to be of institutions. This
           methodology has several known shortcomings:
              1. 	 We cannot determine the identity (PIK substituting for SSN) of about 10% of
                   enrollees shown on MSIS and therefore cannot look for institutional addresses
                   for these persons.
              2. 	 Many persons (31.2% for 2000 and 29.2% for 2001) who are identified (by
                   PIK) nevertheless cannot be located in our alternative administrative data.
              3. 	 Many residents of institutions are recorded in administrative records at
                   previous addresses or at addresses of persons responsible for their affairs.
              4. 	 We cannot identify all institutional addresses as such.


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             Because of these shortcomings, we believe this exclusion is of limited efficacy in
             identifying residents of institutional group quarters. Our intention is to more
             thoroughly attempt to account for these persons in our Phase III analysis.
     ƒ   With “MSIS Total E” duplicative client accounts are excluded, and this count is of
         unique individuals as best as we can determine9.

We believe that “MSIS Total E” is the most similar to the estimate of Medicaid enrollees coming
from CPS. Nonetheless, we did make a final exclusion: with “MSIS Total F” we exclude cases
with missing person-identifying information to simplify reckoning of the source of discrepancy.

CPS data offer several different ways to compute estimates of Medicaid coverage, depending on
the data users’ needs. We consider the discrepancy with MSIS in terms of three CPS estimates10:

     ƒ   The first estimate [shown in Table 2 as “CPS Total A”] is a weighted tally of the MCAID
         variable. This is the variable that Census uses to generate Medicaid enrollee estimates. It
         is derived from a re-coding of several health insurance questions and categorizes persons
         identified as enrolled in Medicaid, SCHIP, other public coverage, and in some cases,
         simply “Other Coverage” as Medicaid enrollees. The estimate from MCAID can be
         considered a ceiling estimate for the number of Medicaid enrollees.
     ƒ   The second estimate [shown in Table 2 as “CPS Total B”] is a weighted tally of the
         Augmented-CAID11 variable. Augmented-CAID is set to show Medicaid coverage

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  Dual state reportees are counted only once and are not assigned a state for the state-level tallies. To retain
reconcilability of our CPS-generated estimates and control totals with published values, we have not removed these
children from being included in the tables included with this report. We do not believe that any potential adjustment
that could have been made to account for these children would materially impact conclusions drawn from the
analysis presented in this paper.
10
   It should be noted that, in some instances, respondents reported as “Medicaid enrolled in the reference year”
children born subsequent to the reference year but prior to the survey interview. Certainly, these children could not
have actually been enrolled in Medicaid during the reference year since they were not yet born, and therefore these
are false positive reports. The original-weighted tally of these children is as follows:
                Survey Year       Reference Year      CPS Column A         CPS Column B        CPS Column C
                    2001                2000                  173,000              161,000              44,700
                    2002                2001                  165,000              153,000              54,700
11
   One significant difference between the Augmented-CAID variable (tallied in CPS Column B) and the MCAID
variable (tallied in CPS Column A) is that MCAID variable is set (indicating Medicaid coverage) through the CPS
coding procedure when a respondent indicates a child is enrolled in a State Children's Health Insurance Program
(SCHIP), whereas this is not the case for the Augmented-CAID variable. In fact, some SCHIP programs, called
Medicaid-expansion SCHIPs, are part of Medicaid, but others, called stand-alone SCHIPs, are not. Sometimes the
CPS questionnaire fills are the exact same for SCHIP and Medicaid programs and sometimes not. Not all stand-
alone SCHIP programs have a separate fill and not all Medicaid-expansion SCHIP programs share the same
program name. Some states have one or the other of these types of programs, but some also have both, so not only is
it quite likely that some respondents are uncertain about the Medicaid status of their children enrolled in these
programs, but it is not straight-forward for analysts to determine if a CPS response indicating coverage in SCHIP
should be identified as indicating Medicaid coverage as well. This is a limitation of our analysis, and should be
considered when reviewing the tabulations in this report, particularly for persons under 18 years of age. It also
suggests that neither MCAID (and Table 2, CPS Column A) nor Augmented-CAID (and Table 2, CPS Column B)
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         whenever a reportee is explicitly described as having had Medicaid coverage or can be
         expected to have been so described if the respondent properly completed the health
         insurance question battery (in this case the response is said to be edited or imputed). The
         estimate from Augmented-CAID can be considered a floor estimate for the number of
         Medicaid enrollees.
    ƒ    The third estimate [shown in Table 2 as “CPS Total C”] is a weighted tally of
         Augmented-CAID but only for explicit responses. Persons with Augmented-CAID set
         from an edit or imputation are specifically excluded from this tally so the tally should not
         be considered a valid estimate of the number of Medicaid enrollees. Instead it should be
         used to evaluate the degree to which the values under “CPS Total B” are derived from
         explicit reporting.

Assessing the cause of the count-estimate discrepancy
Q3: 	 How did CPS respondents report health insurance status for individuals who are
      known Medicaid enrollees?

For individuals shown in MSIS to have had Medicaid coverage, how do their CPS Medicaid
reports differ overall and categorically by various demographic characteristics, Medicaid
enrollment patterns, other program participation, medical service utilization, and relationship to
reference person12? How do these vary among enrollees whose Medicaid enrollment status was
reported, edited, or imputed, and between enrollees with full benefits or any benefits?

From linked MSIS/CPS/MAX records, we generate Table 3 (Appendix V). Table 3 is presented
in eight versions to show how reporting varies by source of health insurance data (reporting,
imputation, or editing) and weighting schemes (using original weights or modified weights
developed from the re-weighting process):




can be assumed to be better aligned conceptually with actual coverage in Medicaid, and likely there is some type of 

in-between classification and corresponding estimate that would be better.

12
   The reference person is the first person identified by the respondent as having their name on the title or lease of 

the residence. 

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                                                                                                               Table 3
       Table 3 Version:                                                                                        Page #
       Enrollees with Full Benefits:
       A.   Full Benefit Enrollees ...............................................................................1 - 3 

       B.   Full Benefit Enrollees Whose CPS Insurance Status Was Edited ............4 - 6 

       C.   Full Benefit Enrollees Whose CPS Insurance Status Was Imputed .........7 - 9 

       D.   Full Benefit Enrollees Whose CPS Insurance Status Was Reported......10 - 12

       Enrollees with Any Benefits:
       E.   All Enrollees ...........................................................................................13 - 15 

       F.   All Enrollees Whose CPS Insurance Status Was Edited ........................16 - 18 

       G.   All Enrollees Whose CPS Insurance Status Was Imputed .....................19 - 21 

       H.   All Enrollees Whose CPS Insurance Status Was Reported ....................22 - 24 


Q4: 	 How did CPS respondents report health insurance status for individuals who are
      not known Medicaid enrollees?

For CPS reportees not known to be Medicaid enrollees (primarily if no matching MSIS record is
found, but also if MSIS record found shows no Medicaid enrollment—for example, if the
represented person is enrolled only under a stand-alone SCHIP), how does Medicaid enrollment
reporting differ overall and categorically by various demographic factors, other program
participation, and relationship to the reference person? How do these vary among reportees
whose Medicaid enrollment status is reported, edited, or imputed and between matchable
reportees (those with known SSN) and unmatchable reportees (those without known SSN)?

From CPS records unmatched to MSIS or matched to MSIS but not showing enrollment, we
generate Table 4 in Appendix V. For the original weight presentation, we present Table 4 in
eight versions. For the re-weighted presentation, since unmatchable reportees are assigned a zero
weight, the versions for unmatchable reportees are suppressed because otherwise they would be
filled with zeros. The remaining versions are identified identically to those in original weight
presentation, but page numbering is altered.




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                                                                                Orig. Wgt. Re-weighted
                                                                               Presentation Presentation
       Table 4 Version:                                                           Page #       Page #

       Unmatchable Reportees:
       A.   All Unmatchable Reportees ...............................................1 – 2................ N/A 

       B.   Whose CPS Insurance Status Was Edited .........................3 – 4................ N/A 

       C.   Whose CPS Insurance Status Was Imputed.......................5 – 6................ N/A 

       D.   CPS Insurance Status Was Reported .................................7 – 8................ N/A 


       Matchable CPS Reportees not Known Receiving Medicaid:
       E.   All Reportees Not Known Receiving Medicaid ...............9 – 10...............1 – 2 

       F.   Whose CPS Insurance Status Was Edited .......................11 – 12..............3 – 4 

       G.   Whose CPS Insurance Status Was Imputed.....................13 – 14..............5 – 6 

       H.   Whose CPS Insurance Status Was Reported ...................15 – 16..............7 – 8 


Q5: What does multivariate modeling tell us about the relative strength of factors related to
the odds of a discrepancy between CPS and MSIS?

What factors affect the odds a known enrollee is misreported as not having Medicaid coverage?
What factors affect the odds a known non-enrollee is misreported as having Medicaid coverage?
What factors affect the odds a known enrollee is misreported as having been uninsured? What
factors affect the odds a person reported as not having coverage was found to be an enrollee?
What factors affect the odds a person reported as having coverage was found to be an enrollee?

We specified a series of logistic regressions to model the odds of response error in reporting
about Medicaid coverage in the CPS and to impute actual Medicaid enrollment status from CPS
data:
Model 1a (n=38,400)
Modeling Reported Not on Medicaid for Known Full Benefit Enrollees
  Model 1a is a behavioral model of the event that the CPS respondent explicitly reported no
  Medicaid coverage (Augmented-CAID is not set) for an enrollee. The universe is CPS
  reportee whose insurance status was explicitly reported (i.e., not imputed or edited) and for
  whom MSIS shows received full Medicaid benefits during the survey reference period.

Model 1b (n=266,000)
Modeling Reported on Medicaid for Reportees Whose Enrollment Count Not Be Confirmed in
MSIS
  Model 1b is a behavioral model of the event that the CPS respondent explicitly reported
  Medicaid coverage (Augmented-CAID is set) for a non-enrollee. The universe is CPS
  reportees with an explicit survey report about Medicaid and a PIK but no matching record
  found in MSIS. While this model is intended to explain the occurrence of false positive
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   Medicaid reporting, it is important to note, that false positive reporting is only one reason
   why we could not confirm enrollment for these persons; this universe also includes persons
   whom we could not confirm enrolled because the MSIS records showing their enrollment are
   un-linkable (i.e., the SSN on those records were missing, wrong, or unverifiable). It is also
   possible that these persons had some other government sponsored health insurance coverage,
   such as from a stand-alone SCHIP, which are not actually part of the Medicaid program, but
   work in a similar way. For this reason, results from this model are more suggestive than
   conclusive about factors related to false positive reporting.

Model 2 (n=38,400)
Modeling Reported Not Insured for Known Full Benefit Enrollees
  Model 2 is a behavioral model of the event that the CPS respondent explicitly reported no
  insurance coverage (Medicaid or other types) for an enrollee. The universe is CPS reportees
  whose insurance status was explicitly reported (i.e., not imputed or edited) and for whom
  MSIS shows received full Medicaid benefits during the survey reference period. This model
  is identical in set-up to Model 1a, except the dependent variable is reported with no
  insurance rather that reported with no Medicaid coverage.

Model 3a (n=311,000)
Modeling Enrolled with Full Benefits for Persons CPS Designated as Not Enrolled
  Model 3a is an imputational model of the event that persons with no CPS designation
  (explicit, edited or imputed) of Medicaid coverage are found in MSIS to have received full
  Medicaid benefits. The universe is CPS reportees with Augmented-CAID not set.

Model 3b (n=35,200)
Modeling Enrolled with Full Benefits for Persons CPS Designated as Enrolled
  Model 3b is an imputational model of the event that persons with a CPS designation (explicit,
  edited, or imputed) of Medicaid coverage (Augmented-CAID is set) are found in MSIS to
  have received full Medicaid benefits. The universe is CPS reportees with a CPS designation
  of Medicaid coverage.
Covariates (showing file source and models used in) entered into the equations are:
       •	  Age (Source: CPS; in Models 1a, 1b, 2, 3a, and 3b)
       •	  Enrolled in Survey Month (Source: MSIS; in Models 1a and 2)
       •	  Health Insurance Category Designated in CPS (Source: CPS; in Models 3a and 3b)
       •	  Intensity of Coverage (Source: MSIS; in Models 1a and 2)
       •	  Last Month of Coverage (Source MSIS; in Models 1a and 2)
       •	  Male (Source: CPS; in Models 1a, 1b, 2, 3a, and 3b)
       •	  Medicare Crossover (Source: MAX; in Models 1a and 2)
       •	  Private Insurance (Source: MAX; in Models 1a and 2)
       •	  Race/Hispanicity (Source: CPS; in Models 1a, 1b, 2, 3a, and 3b)
       •	  Ratio to Poverty Level (Source: CPS; in Models 1a, 1b, 2, 3a, and 3b)
       •	  Relationship to Survey Reference Person (Source CPS; in Models 1a, 1b, 2, 3a, and
           3b)
       • 	 Service (Source: MAX; in Models 1a and 2) 

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         •   Source of CPS Insurance Data (Source: CPS; in Models 3a, and 3b)
         •   SSI Recipient (Source: MSIS; in Models 1a and 2)
         •   State (Source: CPS, MSIS; in Models 1b, 2, 3a, and 3b)
         •   TANF (Source: MAX; in Models 1a and 2)
         •   Zero Family Income Reported (Source: CPS; in Models 1a, 1b, 2, 3a, and 3b)

See Appendix III for complete variable specification.

IV.      Results of Analysis
Note that results are analyzed in terms of enrollment during calendar year 2000 as reported in
CPS/ASEC-200113. We believe that results for the subsequent year largely are consistent and can
be explained in terms of the same factors.

Question 1:

Sample loss is a serious problem. Without creating new weights to account for invalid or
missing SSNs, we would not be able to calculate a legitimate estimate of the undercount.
More than one-fifth of the CPS sample cannot be used in the match analysis because respondents
refused to provide an SSN for them or provided one that cannot be validated. There are 218,000
reportees (representing 279.5 million persons) for CPS/ASEC-2001. For 16,100 (representing
20.2 million persons), the SSN provided is invalid and for 28,200 (representing 45.5 million
persons), the respondent did not provide one or allow a look-up. For this reason, we generated a
second set of statistical tables that assign the weight of the unmatchable CPS sample to the
matchable sample in a way intended to limit biases caused by re-weighting.

Question 2:

For CY 2000, the gross CPS underestimate of Medicaid enrollees is either 34.4%14 (if CPS
MCAID variable is used) or 42.2%15 (if the Augmented-CAID variable is used). These rates
are computed using a total count of 45,050,000 uniquely identified clients in the CY 2000 MSIS
file (without a known date of death prior to March 2001). Direct comparability is obscured for
several reasons discussed above (Under Section III, Q2). To make the MSIS count more


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   For this discussion, we present an analysis strictly of the count-estimate discrepancy that occurred in the 2001

CPS-ASEC sample, compared to MSIS reported Medicaid enrollment for calendar year 2000. As such, the results 

are not intended to provide guidance on how this count-estimate discrepancy would distribute had alternative 

samples been selected, and for this reason, the statistics are provided as point estimates without corresponding

confidence intervals. Nevertheless, such confidence intervals can be estimated by following the guidance provided

in this document: http://www.census.gov/hhes/www/income/p60_231sa.pdf (see page 7). 

14
   1 – [29,550,000 (CY 2000, Table 2, Original Weight, U.S. Total, Total, CPS Total A) / 

45,050,000 (CY 2000, Table 2, Original Weight, U.S. Total, Total, MSIS Total A)]. 

15
   1 – [26,050,000 (CY 2000, Table 2, Original Weight, U.S. Total, Total, CPS Total B) / 

45,050,000 (CY 2000, Table 2, Original Weight, U.S. Total, Total, MSIS Total A)]. 


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comparable to the CPS Medicaid enrollment estimates; adjustments are made as follows for
MSIS 2000:

     1. 	 Remove from count clients enrolled under SCHIP: reducing the MSIS count to 

          43,650,000 (Table 2, CY 2000, Original Weight, U.S. Total, Total, MSIS Total B). 

     2. 	 Remove clients not receiving full benefits: reducing the MSIS count to 39,750,000 (Table
          2, CY 2000, Original Weight, U.S. Total, Total, MSIS Total C).
     3. 	 Removing clients residing in group-quarters: reducing the MSIS count to 39,600,000
          (Table 2, CY 2000, Original Weight, U.S. Total, Total, MSIS Total D).
     4. 	 Removing duplicate client accounts: reducing the count to 38,150,000 (Table 2, CY 2000,
          Original Weight, U.S. Total, Total, MSIS Total E).

Using this count, we find that CPS underestimates Medicaid enrollment by either 22.6%16
with MCAID or 31.7%17 with Augmented-CAID. An additional value of 36,200,000 (Table 2,
CY 2000, Original Weight, U.S. Total, Total, MSIS Total F), excludes UN-identified clients from the
previous. This simplifies reckoning the source of discrepancy by excluding non-linkable MSIS
clients from consideration. By correspondingly excluding unlinked CPS reportees as well as
those with edited or imputed responses for Augmented-CAID, the Augmented-CAID count is
reduced to 18,600,000 (Table 2, CY 2000, Original Weight, U.S. Total, Total, CPS Total C).




16
   1 - 29,550,000 (CY 2000, Table 2, Original Weight, U.S. Total, Total, CPS Total A) /
38,150,000 (CY 2000, Table 2, Original Weight, U.S. Total, Total, MSIS Total E).
17
   1 - 26,050,000 (CY 2000, Table 2, Original Weight, U.S. Total, Total, CPS Total B) /
38,150,000 (CY 2000, Table 2, Original Weight, U.S. Total, Total, MSIS Total E).




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Excluding non-matchable MSIS records and non-matched CPS records, the discrepancy
between the MSIS count and the Augmented-CAID estimate is 36.2 M18 – 19.119 M = 17.1
M. Of this, 33.420 M – 19.1 M = 14.3 M is due to the misclassification of Medicaid
enrollment status among known Medicaid enrollees. This accounting is non-authoritative,
but shows that the predominating factor associated with the discrepancy is the CPS
misclassification of Medicaid enrollment status.
We can disaggregate the misclassification among known Medicaid enrollees as follows:
           Reported Enrollment Misclassified...............................11.0 M21

           Imputed Enrollment Misclassified ..................................3.3 M22

           Total Enrollment Status Discrepancy............................14.3 M 

Because imputation is meant to match reality at the aggregate level and not the individual level,
the discrepancy attributable to imputation is to be expected and is offset by persons imputed to
be enrolled, but not enrolled, which may be as high as 2.6 M23 Also, because imputation is
modeled solely from CPS interview responses, the discrepancy likely results directly from
respondent misreports.

This failure to correctly report Medicaid for known enrolled reportees causes CPS to
overestimate the number of U.S. residents with no insurance. Since these misreported reportees
are counted (on a weighted basis) as non-insured rather than Medicaid-insured, an improved
estimate of non-insured residents would re-classify them out of the uninsured category. In
addition to the enrolled reportees we know are misclassified by CPS, there likely are enrollees
whom we cannot identify as misclassified because we do not know their identity (that is PIK,
replacing SSN) so cannot see that they too had been enrolled. But, it is also reasonable to expect
that there are reportees who are classified as insured when they are not, which partially offsets
the underestimation caused by those for whom Medicaid coverage is not reported. An improved
estimate of uninsured persons would need to take into proper account all these factors. The team
will release such an accounting subsequently to this report.




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    CY 2000, Table 2, Original Weight, U.S. Total, Total, MSIS Total F. 

19
   13,350,000 (CY 2000, Table 3, Re-Weighted, Version A, Total Weighted Count, Persons Reporting Medicaid 

Only) + 5,740,000 (CY 2000, Table 3, Re-Weighted, Version A, Total Weighted Count, Persons Reporting 

Medicaid and Other Coverage). 

20
    CY 2000, Table 3, Re-Weighted, Version A, Total Weighted Count, Total. 

21
    26,750,000 (CY 2000, Table 3, Re-Weighted, Version D, Total Weighted Count, Total)

- 11,700,000 (CY 2000, Table 3, Re-Weighted, Version D, Total Weighted Count, Persons Reporting Medicaid
Only) – 4,020,000 (CY 2000, Table 3, Re-Weighted, Version D, Total Weighted Count, Persons Reporting
Medicaid and Other Coverage).
22
    5,140,000 (CY 2000, Table 3, Re-Weighted, Version C, Total Weighted Count, Total) – 880,000 (CY 2000, Table
3, Re-Weighted, Version C, Total Weighted Count, Persons Reporting Medicaid Only) – 920,000 (CY 2000, Table
3, Re-Weighted, Version C, Total Weighted Count, Persons Reporting Medicaid and Other Coverage).
23
     960,000 (CY 2000, Table 4, Re-Weighted, Version G, Total Weighted Count, Persons Reporting Medicaid Only)
+ 1,600,000 (CY 2000, Table 4, Re-Weighted, Version G, Total Weighted Count, Persons Reporting Medicaid and
Other Coverage).
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Question 3:
Table 3, CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Re-Weighted, Version D (in Appendix IV) shows that
misreporting increases as poverty, recentness of enrollment, and length of enrollment
diminish. The chart below shows a clear trend relating reported enrollment and poverty level:


                                      Percentage Reported Enrolled Among Known CY 2000 Medicaid Enrollees
                                                             Receiving Full Benefits
        Percentage Reported




                                 80
                                 60
             Enrolled




                                 40
                                 20
                                 0
                                       0 - 49% 50 - 74% 75 - 99%   100 -   125 -       150 -   175 -   200%+
                                                                   124%    149%        174%    199%
                                                              Ratio to Poverty Level


                Figure 1. CY 2000 Medicaid Enrollees Receiving Full Benefits – Ratio to Poverty Level


Also, we see marked trends showing that enrollment is better reported the earlier that enrollment
was initiated, or if the person is no longer enrolled, the later enrollment was terminated:


                                      Percentage Reported Enrolled Among Known CY 2000 Medicaid
                                                    Enrollees Receiving Full Benefits
           Percentage Reported




                                 80
                                                                                                  Not Enrolled When
                                 60                                                               Surveyed (As of)
                Enrolled




                                 40                                                               Enrolled When
                                                                                                  Surveyed (Since)
                                 20

                                  0
                                            1           2            3             4
                                                       CY 2000 Quarter



                                       Figure 2. CY 2000 Medicaid Enrollees Receiving Full Benefits – By Quarter
Related to the above trend, there appears to be a relationship between the number of days that a
person was enrolled in Medicaid and the correct reporting of that enrollment for CPS:




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                                              Percentage Reported Enrolled Among Known CY 2000
         Percentage Reported                       Medicaid Enrollees Receiving Full Benefits

                               80
                               60
              Enrolled



                                                                                               Enrolled in Survey Year
                               40
                                                                                               Not Enrolled in Survey Year
                               20
                                    0
                                                 < 61          61 - 180          > 180
                                                        Days Enrolled CY 2000


                     Figure 3. CY 2000 Medicaid Enrollees Receiving Full Benefits – Days Enrolled in CY 2000
Also notable is that enrollment is better reported for persons enrolled in the year the survey was
administered compared to reportees who were no longer enrolled.

Another blatant result emerging from review of Table 3 is that the correct reporting rate of
enrollees in a fee-for-service plan receiving medical services in calendar year 2000 is 61.1%, but
for those not receiving medical services it is 27.2%. Similar differences are seen for persons
enrolled in managed care:

                                              Percentage Reported Enrolled Among Known CY 2000 Medicaid
                                                                       Enrollees
                                                                                                     Medical Service
                   Percentage Reported




                                         80
                                                                                                     Not Noted (*Not all
                                                                                                     Managed Care
                                         60                                                          Services are
                         Enrolled




                                                                                                     Captured in MAX)
                                         40
                                         20                                                          Medical Service
                                                                                                     Received
                                          0
                                                 No Managed Care          Some Managed Care*
                                                              Type of Coverage


                                                        Figure 4. CY 2000 Medicaid Enrollees – Coverage Type
To attempt to isolate the effect of the factors the tables above show are important in the bivariate
setting, we perform multivariate analyses and report the results below


Question 5:

The results from the regression analysis are presented in Appendix V, Table 5.


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V.     Conclusion

Our research shows the CPS underestimates are mainly a reporting error problem:
Reportees on Medicaid during the reference period are often reported as not having been covered
by it. Some even report being uninsured but the majority of the misclassified cases report some
other type of coverage just not Medicaid. Our regression analysis shows that the major predictors
of coverage are length of time, recency and poverty level.

Our research is limited by the fact that we were not able to attempt a link with all the MSIS cases
due to missing identifiers on about 10% of the records. We could also not attempt to link all of
the CPS cases due to missing identifiers (26% or so). Additional work is being done to see
(through modeling) how our results reported here would be different if we had linking data for
all data records. Also, we are conducting an investigation into how the universes from the CPS
and MSIS match up with respect to institutional group quarters (Phase III of this project). With
Phase IV, we plan to compare the results from the CPS to the NHIS.

VI.    Limitations
Our ability to draw conclusions is limited by the quality of our input files, particularly MSIS, the
success and accuracy of the algorithms (within the Person Identity Validation System—PVS)
used to identify people on MSIS and CPS, and CPS sample error.

In Phase I of this study we investigated the quality of the MSIS file. The MSIS has some known
quality limitations: incomplete and incorrect person identification (using the SSN field), person
duplication (within and among states), and, from the perspective of our analysis, the inclusion of
institutionalized persons, who are out of scope for the Current Population Survey. We have
attempted to mitigate these factors in this analysis, but to a certain degree they impact results of
the analysis presented here.

This issue of non-identification is serious and occurs also on CPS data and we will discuss this
subsequently in this section (two paragraphs down). Duplication on MSIS is largely manageable
by counting only once for persons with multiple client accounts, when the duplication is apparent
(that is, the records have a common PIK, which replaces SSN). To the degree that we cannot
perform this un-duplication because we do not recognize that several client accounts belong to
the same person, our count of MSIS enrollees will be somewhat overstated. Also tending to
cause an overstatement is the inclusion of institutionalized Medicaid enrollees within the MSIS
file. We have sought to mitigate this issue through a procedure that looks to see if addresses
available for MSIS enrollees on alternative available administrative record data are for
institutions. However, we believe that this procedure was largely inadequate (see the discussion
in Section III under Q2) and will attempt a better accounting for these CPS-out-of-scope persons
in the Phase III analysis.



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In addition to the known MSIS quality factors, the accuracy of MSIS in describing the
enrollment status of Medicaid enrollees is critical to the validity of this analysis. To some degree
we were able to review the quality of the MSIS in this regard in the Phase I analysis by looking
at the quality of its geographic and dual-eligibility coding. These suggest that MSIS enrollment
data are of high quality. However any inaccuracies in MSIS enrollment data will propagate to
our generated statistics.

We believe that our person-identification routines (which seek to identify each person record
with a unique PIK) perform with little error because the quality of their results have been
continually evaluated over several years of use with varying types of data. Nevertheless, the lack
of complete link-identification data (SSN re-coded as PIK) on both the CPS and MSIS mean that
statistics derived from the status of the match of these files need to be carefully interpreted. Non-
identified CPS reportees cannot have their enrollment status confirmed or established by
reference to MSIS. For this reason, prior to re-weighting, non-identified CPS records are not
useful for analyzing the accuracy of CPS reported Medicaid enrollment status, and the identified
CPS records do not represent the whole CPS frame: non-institutionalized U.S. residents. Re-
weighting corrects for this incomplete representation by shifting weight from the non-identified
to identified reportees, but this introduces bias to match-derived statistics to the (unknown)
degree that the missing-at-random assumption does not hold within the re-weighting strata. Non-
identification within MSIS means that persons reported Medicaid-enrolled to CPS but not
confirmed so by the match, may potentially be actual enrollees, and should not be assumed
necessarily to be false positives.

Like all estimates derived from sample, ours are subject to the uncertainty engendered by the
sampling: that is, the sample error. We do not present measures of possible sample error within
the tables. Instead, we reference the Census Bureau’s standard procedure for estimating error
through generalized variance functions:
http://www.census.gov/hhes/www/income/p60_231sa.pdf (see particularly, page 7). These
functions give their users an idea about the level of error associated with each statistic but on a
statistic-by-statistic basis may be substantially inaccurate.

We should also point out that the logistic regression techniques we used are in application as
much an art as a science, and therefore it is likely that with additional effort or expertise that they
can be improved upon. Still we think they are useful for identifying factors associated with
reporting accuracy and for predicting enrollment status from survey results.




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VII. Appendices:
  I.     Description of Four Project Phases
  II.    Key Decisions Leading to Phase II Research Design
  III.   Files and Methods Used
  IV.    Meta Data in Phase II
  V.     Detailed Tables and Documentation




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APPENDIX I: Project Background
In 2004, Dr. Mike Davern from the State Health Access Data Assistance Center (SHADAC),
University of Minnesota was funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to match
enrollment data from seven states to the Current Population Survey (CPS) to study why the large
discrepancy exists between CPS estimates and Medicaid enrollment counts. During the summer
of 2004, Dr. Davern approached Census Bureau and Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services
(CMS) officials about participating in the study. Realizing the amount of time that it would take
to acquire the state data, Census officials offered the idea of conducting a national match first
using a file they had already acquired: Medicaid Statistical Information System (MSIS) file.
Census officials further suggested that a precursor to the national study could be a simple quality
check on both the MSIS and the Medicare Enrollment Database (MEDB) files, which was in
scope of current agreements and systems of records notices with CMS.

The Federal Health and Human Services Department (HHS) Office of the Assistance Secretary
for Planning and Evaluation (ASPE) and SHADAC provided additional funding for the process.
This money allowed for the national match and provided an opportunity to analyze the National
Health Interview Survey (NHIS) and therefore bring its sponser, the National Center for Health
Statistics (NCHS), into the study. Note that since NHIS asks a point-in-time question about
Medicaid enrollment versus the CPS’s “Have you been on Medicaid anytime in the calendar
year?,” the impact of timing (both for the reference period and its relationship to the moment of
survey fielding) can be examined by comparison of results. Hence, the SNACC Team emerged,
which is an acronym for the first initial of each of the participating agencies. After the first face-
to-face meeting on the project, the SNACC team agreed to break the study into four distinct, but
related, phases:

Phase І: Merging the National Level CMS Databases

In Phase I, we create a national database of health-insurance enrollment and evaluate the quality
of the information it contains. We create the database by merging the CMS Medicaid Statistical
Information System (MSIS) file with the CMS Medicare Database (MEDB) file (see Appendix
III for an explanation of the research and supporting files). We evaluate the quality of the
database by assessing our ability to accurately merge the input files and by comparing the
characteristics of the individuals in the database to expectations based on Medicaid eligibility
rules and characteristics of the U.S. population. (For more information, please see Phase I
Research Results: Overview of Medicare and Medicaid Files, February 2007.)

Phase II: Matching the MSIS to the Current Population Survey (CPS)

In Phase II, we match data from MSIS and the Current Population Survey (CPS) according to a
unique person-identifier (the Protected Identity Key or PIK, which replaces Social Security
Number or SSN to protect reportee privacy). We supplement the matched records with
information from the Medicaid Analytic eXtract (MAX), the Person Characteristic File (PCF),
and the Master Address File Auxiliary Reference File (MAF-ARF) and examine why there are
discrepancies between MSIS records of enrollment and CPS reports of Medicaid coverage (See
hypotheses outlined below).


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Phase III: Matching the State Frame and Person MSIS data to the CPS

In Phase III, we use data from the seven acquired state Medicaid file extracts, CPS, MAX, and
the Census Bureau Master Address File (MAF) to enhance the comparison of MSIS enrollment
data to CPS health insurance data developed in Phase II. The Census Bureau worked with CMS
to negotiate the acquisition of the state Medicaid files that are intended to enhance the capability
of finding matches with CPS person records because they include person names and addresses
(in contrast with MSIS, which does not include these data elements). We analyze how better
MSIS record person-identification and determination of out-of-CPS-frame status can impact
Phase II results.

Phase IV: Matching the MSIS to the National Health Interview Survey (NHIS)

In Phase IV, we repeat the Phase II process, replacing the CPS data with NHIS data. In addition
to providing explanations for discrepancies between the national NHIS and MSIS, comparisons
to Phase II results will allow the examination of how survey design and implementation affect
the quality of the resulting survey data and the estimates derived from them.


Hypotheses about the Discrepancy between Survey Estimates and
Administrative Counts
In preparation for Phase II, III, and IV analyses, the team prepared a list of twelve hypotheses
explaining the Medicaid enrollment count-survey estimate discrepancies and outlined some
possible approaches to evaluating them:

   1. 	 Individuals enrolled in Medicaid who were residing in institutional group quarters were
        not designed to be included in the survey universe. However, they are included in the
        Medicaid administrative data. Unfortunately, it is not possible to identify all Medicaid
        enrollees living in group quarters by using the Medicaid administrative data so we cannot
        directly account for this universe difference. The best approach to evaluating this
        hypothesis would be to use MAX to identify persons who received Long Term Care
        (LTC) services (since they mostly receive such care in group facilities) and use the count
        as a measure of the magnitude of this factor.

   2. 	 Individuals enrolled in Medicaid who do not have a usual residence were not designed to
        be included in the survey universe. Unfortunately, it is not possible to determine the
        usualness of an enrollees residence from their Medicaid administrative data so we cannot
        directly account for this universe difference. However, these individuals often receive
        correspondence at local social services offices, soup kitchens or other places so one
        approach to evaluating this hypothesis would be to run a frequency distribution to
        determine if many unrelated individuals are attributed to specific addresses.

   3. 	 Some individuals are enrolled in Medicaid for a very short period of time (catastrophic
        health event and related costs made them eligible – or they were resident aliens) so


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   respondents may not consider this coverage. Unfortunately, there is some conceptual
   question whether these individuals should be considered as “covered” by health
   insurance. One approach to evaluating the role of this conceptual confusion in the
   discrepancy between reports and actual receipt of benefits would be to evaluate survey
   reports after classifying individuals by length of time enrolled.

4. 	 Some groups of Medicaid enrollees have restrictions on the Medicaid benefits they
     receive regardless of length of enrollment (for example, some dual Medicaid and
     Medicare enrollees who do not receive the full scope of Medicaid benefits, non-citizens
     who receive only emergency services, etc.) so respondents for enrollees in these restricted
     groups may not consider this coverage. However, as in #3 above, there is a conceptual
     question whether these individuals should be considered as “covered” by health
     insurance. One approach to evaluating this hypothesis would be to examine reports after
     classifying enrollees by type of Medicaid benefit they receive.

5. 	 Some Medicaid enrollees are in pre-paid plans (e.g. HMOs - Health Maintenance
     Organizations, PHPs - Prepaid Health Plans, etc.) so respondents reporting about such
     enrollees may incorrectly report no coverage because they do not realize that Medicaid is
     the health insurance that pays for the enrollee’s services. One approach would be to
     examine reports after classifying individuals by their type of Medicaid plan.

6. 	 Medicaid is a state-based delivery system so enrollees may be counted more than once if
     they are enrolled in multiple states or multiple counties in the same state (e.g., because of
     moving during the year). There are also documented instances where states have changed
     identification numbers for selected individuals or all state enrollees. While these
     situations could cause double (or more) counting in administrative data systems, MAX
     processing attempts to minimize multiple counting within an individual state. However,
     because MAX and its source, MSIS, are organized into state-specific data sets, there are
     likely to be some enrollees and beneficiaries represented duplicatively across states. CMS
     began an examination of the extent of multiple counting across states in 2006 so one
     approach would be to evaluate what CMS results imply about the discrepancy between
     CPS estimates and Medicaid enrollment counts.

7. 	 Some Medicaid enrollees did not receive Medicaid-provided medical services during the
     survey reference period so respondents reporting about such enrollees may incorrectly
     report no coverage because they may not realize or believe that the enrollee was
     nonetheless covered by Medicaid. One approach to evaluating this hypothesis would be
     to classify individuals by multiple categories (not eligible, eligible and not enrolled,
     enrolled and not receiving benefits, enrolled and receiving benefits). However, it is not
     possible to identify persons eligible and not enrolled in the Medicaid administrative data
     (because the system captures only those individuals who are actually enrolled) so under
     this approach it is necessary to use other sources (e.g. the Urban Institute Trim3 model)
     to estimate persons eligible and not enrolled. Also, the Census Bureau’s 2001
     Supplementary Survey (SS01) can be used to provide evidence of those eligible and not
     enrolled. This is outside the scope of this research but could be addressed in subsequent
     studies.



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    8. 	 Medicaid eligibility is not assigned to an entire household (it is case-based or individual-
         based) so Census Bureau survey households containing multiple families or non-family
         members are most at risk for incorrect proxy responses. Even when a family and
         household have a one-to-one correspondence, if the survey respondent is not the
         applicant for Medicaid, there may be errors. One approach to evaluating this hypothesis
         is to examine reports after classifying individuals by relationship types.

    9. 	 Some Medicaid enrollees have co-insurance or personal or family liability for some share
         of the cost of their health care so respondents reporting about them may incorrectly report
         no coverage because they did not realize or believe that the enrollee was nonetheless
         covered by Medicaid. One approach would be to review Medicaid data elements that
         identify individuals with a Medicare deductible and/or coinsurance and that identify
         individuals with other insurance (this is known in Medicaid as third-party liability).

    10. Some respondents may not distinguish the difference between types of health insurance
        (because they never knew the difference or in the survey they fail to apply the cognitive
        effort needed to distinguish the difference) so they may, for example, mistake Medicare
        or stand-alone SCHIP for Medicaid and vice-versa. One approach to evaluating this
        hypothesis would be to check survey results after classifying enrollees by dual eligible
        status and stand-alone SCHIP enrollment status.

    11. Respondents may systematically make recall errors reporting about individuals who did
        not receive medical services from Medicaid or were not enrolled in the month in which
        they were surveyed. 1 One approach would be to check survey results after classifying
        enrollees by their Medicaid experience in the month of the survey.

Survey procedures may present biases for poorer populations, including the coverage of the
survey frame (derived from the Master Address File or MAF) or non-response weighting. One
approach to checking the MAF would be to match all Medicaid address records to the MAF to
determine what proportion of Medicaid cases were out of the survey universe and study how
those cases may differ from those that were correctly included in the survey estimate.

High-Level Research Requirements

    • 	 Identify the size of the discrepancy between MSIS enrollment counts and CPS enrollment
        estimates.
    • 	 Provide information and demographics (including family income as a percentage of the
        poverty threshold) on the false negatives (those who are enrolled in Medicaid but respond
        “no” on the CPS).




1
  Kim Mah of The Bureau Of The Census has analyzed possible response biases in CPS between Medicaid enrollees
and non-enrollees. This analysis shows that any such response bias is relatively small. She will present the results of
this analysis at the 2007 Joint Statistical Meetings.


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• 	 Provide information and demographics (including family income as a percentage of the
    poverty threshold) on the unconfirmed persons reported enrolled (those who are reported
    enrolled in Medicaid on CPS but for whom confirmation by linkage to an MSIS record
    does not exist). Note, only some of these persons are false positives. Others may be
    unconfirmable due to incomplete linking data (that is PIK, replacing SSN) on MSIS.
• 	 Provide information on factors that are contributing to both sources of mis-alignment.
• 	 Provide some measure of “time since covered” or “intensity of coverage.”
• 	 Provide information on what types of coverage false negatives are receiving, since they
    are not reporting Medicaid coverage.




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Appendix II:           Key Decisions about Phase II Analyses
The actual implementation of the decisions described here is detailed in Appendix V.

Restricted Benefits Flag (Monthly)

Decision: Consider an individual to be enrolled in Medicaid with Full Benefits if he/she is a code
1 (full benefits) or code 4 (pregnancy).

Rationale: On the MSIS, clients can be coded in 6 different ways. Code values 1=full benefits,
2=alien, 3=dual enrollee, 4=pregnancy, 5= other, and 6 = (family planning). Codes 2, 3, and 6
are clearly without "meaningful insurance coverage". Initially, although there may be some
uncertainty as to exactly what coverage persons with code value = 4 (pregnancy) and 5 (other)
may have received, the initial recommendation was to include them as persons without
"meaningful insurance coverage". However, based on subsequent research conducted by ASPE
officials, the team decided to include code 4 (pregnancy) as having full benefits. The table below
illustrates the heavy usage of pregnancy services in New Jersey.


Appendix Table 1. Percentage of Enrollees Receiving A Service in New Jersey


                                                   Restricted                Restricted,
                                                       Duals                 Other (SA,
                                      Restricted    (QMBY,      Restricted   Medically
Variable              Full Benefits       Alien    SLMBY)       Pregnancy       Needy)     Unknown
Inpatient                      7%          59%           0%          11%           10%         6%
Physician                     21%          29%           0%          43%           30%         8%
Dental                         7%           0%           0%           3%           28%         1%
Other Practitioners            5%           0%           0%           2%           13%         1%
Outpatient                    20%           6%           1%          79%           35%         8%
Clinic                         8%           7%           0%          45%            7%         3%
Lab                           11%           4%           0%          60%           14%         4%
Rx                            29%           1%           2%          50%           83%        14%
Other Service                  7%           0%           0%           1%           68%         3%
HMO                           73%           1%           0%          40%            9%        20%
PHP                            4%           0%           1%           0%           18%         3%




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Chip Code (Monthly)

Decision: Include persons in Medicaid-expansion SCHIP programs as Medicaid enrollees.
Exclude persons who are in stand-alone SCHIP programs.

Rationale: Enrollment in SCHIP is identified monthly using this variable. A Medicaid-
expansion SCHIP enrollee should also have Medicaid eligibility in the month. An enrollee in a
non-Medicaid stand-alone SCHIP program should not have Medicaid eligibility in the month.
Instructions to states about reporting of SCHIP in MSIS may create confusion. States are told to
report all Medicaid-expansion SCHIP enrollees and their services through MSIS. States have the
option to report non-Medicaid stand-alone enrollees in MSIS. Some do, some don't, and some
report enrollment for some non-Medicaid stand-alone enrollees and not others. States are told not
to report services for non-Medicaid stand-alone SCHIP enrollees in MSIS.

Eligibility

Decision: A person is considered eligible for Medicaid if he or she has been on Medicaid for at
least one day.

Rationale: The CPS asks the respondent, “Have you received Medicaid in the last year?” There
is no agreed upon length of time that a person must be on Medicaid in order to be considered
“covered.” For that reason, we decided that one day of enrollment constitutes being eligible,
which may result in high false negative rates as people on for only one day may not consider
themselves as having had Medicaid. Some of this should surface when we look at days of
eligibility and its relationship to a correct response.

Persons Enrolled in Medicaid Who Receive No Benefits

Decision: Use the MAX Person Summary File to classify enrolled individuals as receiving
benefits (that is, medical services) or not receiving benefits.

Rationale: CMS experience with Medicaid enrollment has revealed that 15-20% of enrollees
never use any services in a year. This is an average across Medicaid eligibility groups (e.g.
adults, children, aged, disabled). We have not examined the question thoroughly for several
years, but results were somewhat counterintuitive in that the highest percentage of non-users was
medically needy children. The finding makes sense in the context of Medicaid enrollment being
case-based. For example, a Section 1931 (AFDC rules) women with five dependent children may
receive enrollment as a medically needy case. However, she may not take the children for well-
child care. It is possible that the only child who receives care is the sick one that caused her to
seek Medicaid eligibility. Survey respondents may not consider themselves to have health
insurance (e.g. Medicaid coverage) if they were enrolled and but did not receive benefits.




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Basis of Eligibility - BOE (Monthly) and Maintenance Assistance Status - MAS (Monthly)

Decision: Use the MAS value = 1 (receiving cash or eligible to) in conjunction with BOE code
values =1 (aged) or 2 (blind/disabled) to identify persons receiving SSI cash payments. The
TANF flag=2 (individual received TANF benefits) will be used to identify persons receiving
TANF benefits. (The 2000 MSIS that the Census Bureau received did not contain the TANF
flag.)

Rationale: Individuals whose eligibility is based on receiving cash are more likely to know that
they are on Medicaid and to respond correctly to the CPS. This can be tested with the variables
on MAX in which BOE and MAS are combined into a single data element. Some states did not
populate the field so we used whether the person’s record contained the 1931 indicator because
the 1931 and TANF eligible roughly represent the same group.

Out of Scope Persons

Decision: Using MAX, move those MSIS persons who are either living in institutional Group
Quarters (e.g., prisons, nursing homes) or who have no usual residence from the universe to be
studied.

Rationale: Individuals enrolled in Medicaid that were residing in institutional group quarters are
not included in the survey universe so are not matchable. Likewise, persons enrolled in Medicaid
and have no usual residence are also not included in the survey universe so are not matchable.
Hence, removing these two subpopulations is important to aligning the MSIS and CPS universes
to ensure meaningful comparisons and inferences. However, because our address data are not
complete, we will revisit this issue in Phase III when we have state MSIS data that includes
complete addresses.

Persons Enrolled in Medicaid in More than One State

Decision: Persons with duplicate records in MSIS are only counted once at the national level. In
state-level tallies, these persons are counted once, under State is Unknown.

Rationale: Un-duplicating MSIS records and removing duplicates is important to aligning the
MSIS and CPS universes to ensure meaningful comparisons and inferences.




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APPENDIX III:                       Description of Files and Methods in Phase II

Research Files

Medicaid Statistical Information System (MSIS)

The Medicaid Statistical Information System (MSIS) is the basic source of state-submitted
eligibility and claims data on the Medicaid population, their characteristics, utilization, and
payments. Beginning with Fiscal Year 1999, the Balanced Budget Act (BBA) of 1997 requires
states to submit all their eligibility and claims data to CMS on a quarterly basis through the
MSIS.

Medicaid Analytic eXtract File (MAX)

The MAX – formerly known as State Medicaid Research Files (SMRFs) – are a set of person-
level data files on Medicaid eligibility, service utilization, and payments. The MAX data are
extracted from the MSIS. The MAX development process combines MSIS initial claims, interim
claims, voids, and adjustments for a given service into this final action event. Unlike fiscal-based
MSIS quarterly files, MAX is an annual calendar year file.

Current Population Survey (CPS) Annual Social and Economic Supplement (ASEC)

The CPS ASEC is an annual survey of approximately 78,000 2 households nationwide. The
ASEC, formerly known as the March Supplement to the Current Population Survey is a basic
source for health insurance coverage data. The population represented is the civilian non-
institutional population living in the United States. Most of the data from the CPS ASEC were
collected in March (with some data collected in February and April).

In September 2000, the CPS began an expansion of its sample to accommodate increased
funding provided by the State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP). Although focused
primarily on the ASEC sample, the SCHIP funding provided for an approximately 20 percent
increase in the basic CPS sample. This expansion, which occurred in 31 small states and the
District of Columbia, was completed in November 2000. Over the next several months, both the
BLS and the Census Bureau monitored the impact of this expansion on the CPS labor force
estimates, and the BLS decided to begin using the expanded sample in its official CPS estimates
in July 2001. Since the focus of this expansion was on estimates of children's health insurance
coverage, the CPS ASEC sample was also increased by bringing back three rotation groups of
households from the summer of the previous year also asking the ASEC in the rotation groups in
February and in April that are not part of the ASEC sample for the month of March. Interviewing
in these rotation groups is limited to all minority households and White households with children
under 18.



2
    This number includes about 18,000 vacant housing units and nonresponding households.


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Support Files

Person Characteristics File

The Person Characteristics File (PCF) is a Census Bureau file that holds basic person-level
descriptive data for all persons who have a Social Security Number (SSN). For each represented
person, PCF holds summarized Social Security Administration (SSA) Numident data, consisting
of a single record. In addition, the PCF holds a modeled race, ethnicity and gender for these same
persons as well as Census 2000 reported race and ethnicity when available.

Master Address File Auxiliary Reference File

The Master Address File Auxiliary Reference File (MAF-ARF) is an annually-compiled Census
Bureau file with only two fields: Master Address File Identifier (MAFID) and Protected
Identification Key (PIK). The MAFID is the identity key for a Census Bureau’s Master Address
File (MAF) record and each represents a specific address. The PIK is a unique person-identifying
code that replaces the Social Security Number to protect represented-persons’ privacy. Each
MAF-ARF records reflects that the person represented by the PIK is shown in the Census
Administrative records collection associated (through residence or some other means) to the
address represented by the MAFID.

Research Methods

Person Identification Validation System

The Person-Identification or ID Validation System (PVS) provides a fully automated production
capability at the Census Bureau for Social Security Number (SSN) verification, search, and
assignment. Once an SSN is either verified or searched for and assigned, the record is considered
validated. The Administrative Records staff manages the PVS. The PVS enables SSN
verification, search, and assignment for regularly repeating demographic surveys such as the
CPS and SIPP, as well as for other demographic or administrative files. The PVS also expands
data linkage capabilities for merging survey and administrative data sets.

The PVS uses probabilistic matching to verify SSNs contained within an incoming file against
those contained within the Census Numident. The processing consists of a verification phase
followed by a two-step search phase. For the verification phase, SSNs are matched using several
types of demographic data, including names, dates of birth and gender. Specific weights are set
to define acceptable matches. Any records not verified through this phase – or without an
incoming SSN – are sent forward to the search phase of the system. (Note: In conformance with
Census Bureau privacy policy, the PVS does not process any record for which the respondent has
refused to provide an SSN. Also, due to technical constraints, the PVS does not process records
where the first name and surname are missing.)

The search phase of the PVS, also based on probabilistic matching, comprises a geokey (address-
based) search, followed by a name search. The geokey search consists of logically grouping or
"blocking" the data using the geokey, and then progressively relaxing the geographic criteria


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while undertaking five passes through a matching routine to achieve agreement on demographic
data as cited for the verification phase. Unmatched records remaining after the geokey search fall
to the name search, where they undergo a similar demographic matching process but without the
use of the geokey.

The final output file of the PVS (created after completion of the verification and the search
phases) contains: all records with verified or searched and assigned SSNs; all records where the
SSN could not be verified or searched and assigned or where multiple and, therefore,
inconclusive SSNs were found; and, all original records withheld from the PVS process due to
refusals or wholly blank names. A record is considered validated when it successfully completes
either the verification or the search and assign phase. Only validated records can be used in
record linkage.

Adjusting the weights in the CPS to account for people missing SSN
Many sampled persons in the CPS are missing SSN because the respondent refused to provide it,
or we were unable to identify it using the Person-ID Validation System. For this reason, we
adjust the weights of persons for whom we have the SSN to account for those missing it, and
remove the missings from the data file. The re-weighted data represent the whole survey frame.

The procedure is similar to the non-response weighting adjustment the Census Bureau and other
survey researchers use. Appendix III Table 2 illustrates a non-response weighting adjustment by
age and sex in a hypothetical survey of 1,000,000 persons (with known age and sex
characteristics) and a sampling rate of 1 in 1,000. The number of sampled persons by age and sex
is in Column 2. In the CPS, the population controls are by age, race, and sex for each state.
Column 3 contains the number of sampled persons in each group responding to the survey.
Response varies by group. For example, young males have an especially low response rate, as
listed in Column 4.

The base weight of each sampled person, 1,000, is the inverse of the sampling rate. The
procedure adjusts the base weight in Column 5 by the inverse of each group’s response rate
(Column 6) to produce the new weight in Column 7. Essentially, respondents with certain
characteristics cover those with the same characteristics who didn’t respond.

Note that multiplying the base weight of each group times the number of sampled persons and
summing the products gives the number of people in the population, 1,000,000. Performing the
same calculation with the new weight and the number of responses produces the same number,
1,000,000.




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Appendix Table 2. Example of a Non-response Weighting Adjustment

                1             2               3               4               5                6                 7

      Age/Sex         Sampled                     Response Rate                      Adjustment
       Group           Persons       Responses        (Percent)      Base Weight         Factor     New Weight
          YM               100              60             60.0            1,000         100/60          1,667
         MM                250            188              75.0            1,000         100/75          1,333
          OM               100              90             90.0            1,000         100/90          1,111
          YF               100              80             80.0            1,000         100/80          1,250
          MF               300            255              85.0            1,000         100/85          1,176
          OF               150            142              95.0            1,000         100/95          1,053
        Total            1,000            815              81.5

Note: Groups are Young, Middle, Old; Male, Female. Sampling rate is 1 in 1,000 of 1,000,000-person population.

We use a similar procedure to adjust the weights of people in the CPS. Here, we are adjusting for
missing SSN instead of missing response. For the CPS weighting adjustment, we calculate an
adjustment factor in the same manner as the above example, by groups based on the variables
most important to the research at hand, namely, age, relative poverty, health insurance status, and
whether health insurance status was imputed.

Age         	                                               A     0-5
                                                            B     6-17
                                                            C     18-64
                                                            D     65 and up

Relative Poverty	                                           A 0% to 99%
                                                            B 100% to 199%
                                                            C 200% and up

Health Insurance Status 	                                   1 Medicaid
                                                            2 Other public only
                                                            3 Private only or other public/private
                                                            4 [not used]
                                                            5 Uninsured

Imputation of Health Insurance Status 	                     I Imputed
                                                            N Nonimputed

Note that in the above example, knowing the population’s age and sex characteristics allows us
to calculate adjustment factors for groups. In the CPS, we create groups based on persons’
characteristics known because the Census Bureau collected (or imputed) the information in the
survey.
Some of the groups created by crossing all of these variables were very small. We therefore
collapsed them into other cells in order to bring the count (in each cell after the collapsing
procedure) to at least 50. Specifically, in all age/poverty groups with imputed health insurance



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status, we combined Other public only with Medicaid. For the Uninsured, 65 and up group, we
combined the poverty categories, and we combined the imputation categories.
After calculating the adjustment factors for the groups, we apply the appropriate factor to each
sampled person’s CPS weight, which the Census Bureau has already calculated for each person
based on many characteristics. The adjustment factors, each the inverse of the SSN existence rate
in the group, are in Appendix Table 3

Appendix Table 3. Weighting Adjustment Factors, March 2001 CPS Expanded
Sample
                                                              Weighted
                             Imputation          Weighted number of
                      Health of Health           number of persons with
    Age   Relative Insurance Insurance    Cell     persons         SSN Percent with Adjustment
   Group  Poverty     Status     Status  Count (thousands) (thousands)         SSN      Factor
       A        A          1          N  1,900       2,331       1,984         85.1       1.17
       A        A          2          N    150         191          156        81.4       1.23
       A        A          3           I   100         136          101        74.7       1.34
       A        A          3          N    500         584          486        83.3       1.20
       A        A          5           I   150         197          125        63.3       1.58
       A        A          5          N    550         710          520        73.2       1.37
       A        A          6           I   200         247          181        73.4       1.36
       A         B         1          N  1,300       1,428       1,266         88.7       1.13
       A         B         2          N    250         289          255        88.1       1.13
       A         B         3           I   250         274          228        83.2       1.20
       A         B         3          N  2,050       2,223       2,022         91.0       1.10
       A         B         5           I   100         158          116        73.3       1.36
       A         B         5          N    550         656          515        78.6       1.27
       A         B         6           I   150         211          163        77.3       1.29
       A         C         1          N    600         671          592        88.2       1.13
       A         C         2          N    150         176          162        92.0       1.09
       A         C         3           I   900       1,034          823        79.6       1.26
       A         C         3          N  9,900      10,521       9,890         94.0       1.06
       A         C         5           I   200         264          204        77.0       1.30
       A         C         5          N    600         677          561        82.8       1.21
       A         C         6           I   200         252          187        74.1       1.35
       B        A          1          N  3,100       3,465       2,887         83.3       1.20
       B        A          2          N    400         396          336        84.9       1.18
       B        A          3           I   250         238          177        74.2       1.35
       B        A          3          N  1,250       1,362       1,111         81.6       1.23
       B        A          5           I   300         381          224        58.9       1.70
       B        A          5          N  1,300       1,509       1,049         69.5       1.44
       B        A          6           I   350         412          289        70.2       1.42
       B         B         1          N  1,900       2,007       1,729         86.2       1.16
       B         B         2          N    500         542          484        89.2       1.12
       B         B         3           I   650         669          513        76.7       1.30
       B         B         3          N  4,350       4,581       4,058         88.6       1.13
       B         B         5           I   300         378          269        71.2       1.40
       B         B         5          N  1,400       1,535       1,174         76.5       1.31
       B         B         6           I   350         393          284        72.3       1.38
       B         C         1          N    900         869          761        87.6       1.14



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Appendix Table 3. Weighting Adjustment Factors, March 2001 CPS Expanded
Sample
                                                                              Weighted
                                     Imputation                  Weighted number of
                             Health of Health                   number of persons with
       Age     Relative Insurance Insurance              Cell     persons          SSN Percent with Adjustment
     Group     Poverty        Status      Status       Count (thousands) (thousands)            SSN          Factor
         B            C            2          N          300          300           266         88.7           1.13
         B            C            3            I      2,750        3,133         2,429         77.5           1.29
         B            C            3          N       24,300       24,176        22,085         91.4           1.09
         B            C            5            I        550          670           497         74.1           1.35
         B            C            5          N        1,400        1,482         1,198         80.8           1.24
         B            C            6            I        500          586           447         76.2           1.31
         C           A             1          N        3,050        3,976         3,135         78.9           1.27
         C           A             2          N          400          586           439         74.9           1.33
         C           A             3            I        600          869           434         49.9           2.00
         C           A             3          N        2,750        3,678         2,666         72.5           1.38
         C           A             5            I        750        1,073           517         48.2           2.07
         C           A             5          N        4,250        5,784         3,753         64.9           1.54
         C           A             6            I        500          706           389         55.1           1.82
         C            B            1          N        2,000        2,565         2,026         79.0           1.27
         C            B            2          N          500          707           525         74.2           1.35
         C            B            3            I      1,400        1,907         1,117         58.6           1.71
         C            B            3          N        9,100       11,394         8,918         78.3           1.28
         C            B            5            I      1,000        1,420           717         50.5           1.98
         C            B            5          N        5,450        7,118         4,765         66.9           1.49
         C            B            6            I        400          546           282         51.7           1.94
         C            C            1          N        1,250        1,676         1,270         75.8           1.32
         C            C            2          N          500          705           505         71.5           1.40
         C            C            3           I       9,450       13,558         7,478         55.2           1.81
         C            C            3          N       74,700       98,807        78,266         79.2           1.26
         C            C            5           I       2,700        3,999         2,056         51.4           1.94
         C            C            5          N        8,150       11,541         7,710         66.8           1.50
         C            C            6           I         650        1,023           548         53.5           1.87
         D           A             1          N          600          788           570         72.3           1.38
         D           A             2          N          750        1,109           717         64.6           1.55
         D           A             3            I        200          276           120         43.4           2.31
         D           A             3          N          500          740           521         70.4           1.42
         D           A             6            I        200          321           131         40.8           2.45
         D            B            1          N          650          963           680         70.6           1.42
         D            B            2          N        1,800        2,907         1,965         67.6           1.48
         D            B            3            I        400          648           326         50.3           1.99
         D            B            3          N        2,400        4,075         3,001         73.6           1.36
         D            B            6            I        350          601           278         46.3           2.16
         D            C            1          N          550          805           565         70.2           1.42
         D            C            2          N        2,400        3,949         2,837         71.8           1.39
         D            C            3            I      1,000        1,635           827         50.6           1.98
         D            C            3          N        7,900       13,258        10,173         76.7           1.30
         D            C            6            I        750        1,239           646         52.1           1.92
         D           D             5           Z         200          251           133         52.9           1.89
      Total                                         218,000       279,517      213,808          76.5
Note: Health Insurance Status value 6 includes values 1 and 2. Imputation Status value Z includes values I and N.


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Regression Analysis Variable Specification

Response Variables:
  Full Benefits (in Models 3a and 3b) 

  A dichotomous dependent variable from MSIS indicating that the CPS person is in the MSIS 

  database as having received full Medicaid benefits during the reference period. 


  Reported Enrolled (in Models 1a and 1b) 

  A dependent dichotomous variable from CPS indicating that the respondent explicitly 

  reported Medicaid coverage (Augmented-CAID set) for the survey person. 


  Uninsured (in Model 2) 

  A dichotomous dependent variable from CPS indicating that the CPS person was explicitly 

  reported as having no health insurance. 


Covariates:
  Age (in Models 1a, 1b, 2, 3a, and 3b) 

  An independent ordinal variable recoded into six categories from the CPS age variable. The 

  odds ratio is the effect of being in a given category relative to average. 


  Enrolled in Survey Month (in Models 1a and 2) 

  An independent dummy variable from MSIS indicating that the person received Medicaid 

  with full benefits (excluding SCHIP coverage) in the month they were surveyed. The 

  reference category is persons who had Medicaid during the reference period but not in the 

  month of the survey. 


  Health Insurance Category Designated in CPS (in Model 3a) 

  An independent nominal variable from CPS representing the category of health insurance 

  designated for the person. Since the universe in model 3a is only persons CPS designated as 

  not having Medicaid, in 3a this variable distinguishes between the following categories (odds 

  ratios are relative to average): 

  1. Only Another Public Insurance Program
  2. Only Private Insurance
  3. Other Public and Private Insurance
  4. Uninsured

  Health Insurance Category Designated in CPS (in Model 3b)
  An independent dummy variable from CPS representing the category of health insurance
  designated for the person. Since the universe in model 3b is only persons CPS designated as
  having Medicaid (with or without some other coverage), in 3b this variable distinguishes
  those designated as having “Only Medicaid” from those designated as having “Medicaid and
  Some Other Coverage,” which is here made to be the reference category

  Intensity of Coverage (in Models 1a and 2)



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An independent continuous variable from MSIS representing the number of days covered 

with full benefits (excluding SCHIP coverage) as a percentage of the number of days from

January 1 to the last day of the last month of coverage with full benefits (excluding SCHIP 

coverage) in the reference period. For example if a person had coverage for 100 days and 

their last month of coverage in CY 2000 was June, then their intensity of coverage for the CY 

2000 reference period is 100 / 181 = 0.552. The odds ratio is the effect of having continuous 

coverage from January 1st to the last day of their last month of coverage compared to having 

no coverage (which is only possible as a theoretical construct – because in this case, having 

no days of coverage, they would not have been a Medicaid enrollee) during this period. 


Last Month of Coverage (in Models 1a and 2) 

An independent ordinal variable from MSIS corresponding to the number of the last month in 

which the person had Medicaid coverage for full benefits (excluding SCHIP coverage) 

during the reference period. For example, if a person’s last month of coverage during the 

reference period was June, this variable will have the value 6. The odds ratio is the effect of 

having coverage one month more recently. 


Male (in Models 1a, 1b, 2, 3a, and 3b)

An independent dummy variable indicating that the CPS person is male. Females are the 

reference category. 


Medicare Crossover (in Models 1a and 2) 

An independent dummy variable from MAX indicating that the person had both Medicare 

and full Medicaid coverage during at least one month of the reference period. In Models 1a 

and 2, people with full Medicaid coverage but no Medicare during the reference period are 

the reference category. 


Private Insurance (in Models 1a and 2) 

An independent dummy variable from MAX indicating that the person had private insurance 

at the same time the person had Medicaid in at least one month during the reference period. 

Enrollees with no indication of private insurance are the reference category. 


Race/Hispanicity (in Models 1a, 1b, 2, 3a, and 3b) 

An independent nominal variable constructed from the CPS items for race and ethnic origin. 

Categories include: Hispanic of any race, non-Hispanic black, non-Hispanic American 

Indian/Aleut Eskimo, non-Hispanic Asian or Pacific Islander and non-Hispanic white. Odds 

ratios are the effect of being in a given category relative to the average. 


Ratio to Poverty Level (in Models 1a, 1b, 2, 3a, and 3b) 

An ordinal independent variable representing the ratio of the CPS person’s family income to 

the federal poverty level. There are eight categories ranging from 0-49 percent of the poverty 

level (for the person’s family size) to greater than 200 percent of the level. Odds ratios are 

the effect of being in a given category relative to average. 


Relationship to Survey Reference Person (in Models 1a, 1b, 2, 3a, and 3b)



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An ordinal independent variable from CPS indicating the person’s relationship to the survey
reference person (usually the respondent). Categories include: Child, Self, Parent, Spouse,
and Other. Odds ratios are the effect for the given category relative to average.

Service (in Models 1a and 2)
An independent nominal variable from MAX representing enrollee experience receiving
Medicaid services. The five categories indicate both whether the Medicaid enrollee had any
coverage through a managed care program and whether there is a record of the person
receiving a medical service. Note that states do not have to collect or send CMS information
about services provided to enrollees in pre-paid plans so having no record for a person in
managed care is not necessarily an indication that the person did not receive medical service.
Categories include the following:
        1. Not on managed care and no medical services received
        2. Not on managed care and medical services received
        3. In managed care and medical services noted
        4. In managed care and medical services not noted
        5. Unknown (MAX record not available for this person)

Source of CPS Insurance Data (in Models 3a and 3b)

An independent nominal variable from CPS indicating how the person’s Medicaid status was 

reported. Categories include edited, imputed, and explicitly reported. Note that there can be 

no edited category in Model 3a because it models the event that persons with no CPS 

indication of Medicaid coverage are found in MSIS but CPS edits only change responses to 

coverage indicated. 


SSI Recipient (in Models 1a and 2) 

An independent dummy variable from MSIS indicating that the person received 

Supplementary Security Income (SSI) in at least one month during the reference period. 

Enrollees who are not SSI recipients are the reference category. 


State (in Models 1a, 1b, 2, 3a, and 3b) 

A nominal independent variable from CPS or MSIS for state of residence. For each CPS 

person, if a matching record is found for him or her in MSIS, this variable comes from MSIS, 

otherwise it comes from CPS. Note if MSIS shows more than one state of residence for a 

person, that person is assigned a value Unknown for this variable. Odds ratios are the effect 

of being in a given state relative to average. 


TANF (in Models 1a and 2)

An independent dummy variable from MAX indicating that the person’s eligibility for 

Medicaid is based on qualification under Section 1931 (which were the rules for eligibility 

under AFDC when AFDC was still operative). Note that a person may be in TANF but 

eligible for Medicaid for some other reason. We use this item instead of the MAX item 

indicating that person is in TANF because some states do not provide this information but all 

states provide information on the basis of eligibility. Persons who are eligible for reasons 

other than under Section 1931 are the reference category. 





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Zero Family Income Reported (in Models 1a, 1b, 2, 3a, and 3b)

An independent dummy variable indicating that the CPS shows the person’s family with zero 

income. CPS persons with positive family income are the reference category. 





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APPENDIX IV:                  Meta Data in Phase II

In this section names of variables on input files are shown in this FONT, names of derived
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variables are shown in this FONT, and constants are shown in this font.

SSN Validation:
We validate MSIS SSNs against the Census Numident to minimize the chance that linked MSIS-
CPS records do not represent the same person. The validation procedure compares date-of-birth
and sex on the MSIS record to those values on the Numident record indexed by the same SSN.
The MSIS SSN is considered valid if any of the following occurs:
       ƒ The date of birth on both is the same.
       ƒ The difference in year-of-birth is one year or less, month-of-birth is the same, day-of-
           birth is the same, and sex is the same.
       ƒ Year-of-birth is the same, sex is the same, and month-of-birth and day-of-birth are the
           same after transposition (example: MSIS DOB: 08/10/1961, August 10, 1961, is
           validated by Numident DOB: 10/08/1961, October 8, 1961, as long as sex is the
           same).

SSN Rationalization:
We performed a rationalization procedure because in some cases, MSIS records sharing the same
MSIS-Identification-Number have different personal identity data: SSN, DATE-OF-BIRTH, and SEX.
The rationalization procedure insures that the data on each record having the same MSIS-
IDENTIFICATION-NUMBER are set to the probable correct values. The probable correct values are
determined as the values on the record having best validation result (that is, validated SSN
records come before non-validated SSN records) and secondly the earliest calendar month.
Rationalization was performed separately for each year’s set of MSIS data.

MSIS Summarization:
We summarized MSIS records (after validation and rationalization processing) so that we would
have only one record for each person and variables in a form appropriate for our analyses. For
records with validated SSNs, all records (applicable to a given calendar year) with the same SSN
value are summarized to produce a single record. For records without a validated SSN, all
records (applicable to a given calendar year) with the same combination of State and MSIS-
IDENTIFICATION-NUMBER are summarized to produce a single record. The summarization developed
the following variables describing the represented person and their Medicaid enrollment status:
        ƒ Valid SSN Status (VALID_SSN_STATUS)
             From modified Census PVS validation 

               1 – Yes 

               2 – No 





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ƒ   Enrolled in Medicaid with Full Benefits (FULL_BEN)
     For at least one month of reference year, RESTRICTED-BENEFITS-FLAG in (1, 4) and
     DAYS-OF-ELIGIBILITY > 0 and SCHIP-CODE = 1)
       1 – Yes
       2 – No
ƒ   Enrolled in Medicaid with Any Benefits (ANY_BEN)
     For at least one month, DAYS-OF-ELIGIBILITY > 0 and SCHIP-CODE = 1 or 2

       1 – Yes 

       2 – No

ƒ   Days Enrolled with Full Benefits by month and entire reference year
       January                       Æ               ELIG_DAYS_FULL_1
       February                      Æ               ELIG_DAYS_FULL_2
       …                                            …         

       December                        Æ            ELIG_DAYS_FULL_12

       January (of subsequent year)    Æ            FBDE13 

       February (of subsequent year)   Æ            FBDE14 

       March (of subsequent year)      Æ            FBDE15 

       April (of subsequent year)      Æ            FBDE16 

       Entire reference year           Æ            TOT_DAYS_ANY

    For each month if RESTRICTED-BENEFITS-FLAG = 1 or 4 and SCHIP-CODE = 1 minimum of
    DAYS-OF-ELIGIBILITY and days-in-calendar-month; otherwise 0. For
    reference year, sum of values for combining months.
ƒ   Days Enrolled with Any Benefits by month and entire reference year
       January                         Æ              ELIG_DAYS_ANY_1
       February                        Æ              ELIG_DAYS_ANY_2
       …                                              …          

       December                        Æ              ELIG_DAYS_ANY_12 

       January (of subsequent year)    Æ              ABDE13 

       February (of subsequent year) Æ                ABDE14 

       March (of subsequent year)      Æ              ABDE15 

       April (of subsequent year)      Æ              ABDE16 

       Entire reference year           Æ              TOT_DAYS_ANY

    For each month (and corresponding variable), if RESTRICTED-BENEFITS-FLAG = 1 or 4
    and SCHIP-CODE = 1, minimum of DAYS-OF-ELIGIBILITY and days-in-
    calendar-month; otherwise 0.
ƒ   Benefit Type (BEN_TYPE)
      Hierarchy (Use the highest, that is nearest to 1, code ever seen for that MSIS-
      IDENTIFICATION-NUMBER during CY 2000):
        1 – Full Benefits (DAYS-OF-ELIGIBILITY > 0 and RESTRICTED-BENEFITS FLAG = 1 or
               4 and SCHIP-CODE = 1)
        2 – Partial Benefits (DAYS-OF-ELIGIBILITY > 0 and SCHIP-CODE = 1)
        3 – SCHIP (Medicaid-expansion) (Days-of-Eligibility > 0 and
               SCHIP-CODE = 2) 

        4 – SCHIP (stand-alone) (SCHIP-CODE = 3) 

        5 – All Else 




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        ƒ    SSI-Cash (SSI_CASH)
              For any month, MAINTENANCE-ASSISTANCE-STATUS = 1 and BASIS-OF-ELIGIBILITY = 1 or 2
                1 – Yes
                2 – No
        ƒ    Race (M_RACE)
              From RACE-ETHNICITY-CODE

                 1 Æ -W- White 

                 2 Æ -B- Black 

                 3 Æ -I- American Indian or Alaskan Native 

                 4 Æ -A- Asian or Pacific Islander 

                 6 Æ -A- Asian or Pacific Islander 

                 - Æ -*- More than one code for SSN: characterized as “Race Unknown”
        ƒ    Ethnicity (M_HISP)
              From RACE-ETHNICITY-CODE is ever 5 or 7 then M_HISP Æ -Y- (Yes, Hispanic).
              Otherwise, M_HISP Æ space-filled: in this case, person is characterized as “Ethnicity
              Unknown”.

CPS Coding:
We coded the following CPS variables so we would have CPS information in a form appropriate
for our analyses:

 ƒ    CPS Health Insurance Category (CPS_HI) Hierarchy:

     If CAID = 1 or OTHSTYP1 = 02 or OTHSTYP2 = 02 or OTHSTYP3 = 02 or OTHSTYP4 = 02 or
     OTHSTYP5 = 02 or OTHSTYP6 = 02 or AHITYP1 = 02 or AHITYP2 = 02 or AHITYP3 = 02 or AHITYP4 = 02
     or AHITYP5 = 02 or AHITYP6 = 02 then
            If MCARE = 1 or CHAMP = 1 or COV_HI = 1 or OTYP_{1 - 6} or ATYP_{1 - 6} = 1 or 3 - 15
                CPS_HI       Å 1          (Medicaid Only)

            Otherwise

               CPS_HI        Å    2       (Medicaid with Other Insurance) 


     Otherwise if (MCAID = 1 or MCARE = 1) and CHAMP = 2 and COV_HI = 2

        CPS_HI       Å 3           (Other Public Only) 


     Otherwise if (COV_HI = 1 or CHAMP = 1) and MCAID = 2 and MCARE = 2

        CPS_HI        Å 4          (Other Private Only) 


     Otherwise if (MCAID = 1 or MCARE = 1) and (COV_HI = 1 or CHAMP = 1) 

        CPS_HI       Å 5           (Other Public and Private) 


     Otherwise if CHAMP = 2 and MCAID = 2 and MCARE = 2 and COV_HI = 2

        CPS_HI       Å 6          (Uninsured) 




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 ƒ   CPS (Health Insurance) Data Source (CPS_DS) Hierarchy: 

      If FL_665 = 2 or 3 or I_CAID = 1 or I_OTH = 1 or IAHITYP = 1

        CPS_DS      Å I           (Imputed) 


       Otherwise if I_CAID = 2

        CPS_DS      Å E           (Edited) 


       Otherwise 

        CPS_DS     Å      R       (Reported)


 ƒ   CPS TANF Enrollment Status (CPS_TANF)

      If FINC_PAW = 1

        CPS_TANF Å     Y


       Otherwise
        CPS_TANF Å        N

 ƒ   CPS SSI Enrollment Status (CPS_SSI)

       If SSI_YN = 1 then CPS_SSI = Y

         CPS_SSI Å         Y


       Otherwise
        CPS_SSI     Å     N

Determining Out-of-Scope Persons:
CPS considers persons living in institutional group quarters (those group quarters that are
formally authorized to provide supervised care or custody to residents, such as correctional
institutions, nursing homes and juvenile institutions, etc. out-of scope. To make MSIS record
counts in Table 2 more comparable to CPS estimates, a decision was made that certain MSIS
represented persons were likely to have been residents of institutional group quarters during the
reference year. This determination was made by reference to that year’s version of the Census
Master Address File-Auxiliary Reference File (MAF-ARF). MAF-ARF shows, by person, all
MAF-identified addresses within the Census collection of administrative records. The MAF-
ARF is indexed by PIK (which is an identity-protected re-coding of SSN). For each identified
MSIS person (those with a validated SSN), all MAF-ARF records indexed by that PIK were
reviewed to see which are institutional group quarters. MAF records with MAF variable GQTYPE
in these ranges were noted as institutional group quarters:

       101     <      GQTYPE             <     107     

       201     <      GQTYPE             <     209     

       301     <      GQTYPE             <     307     

       400     <      GQTYPE             <     410     



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Based on this review, for each person in MAF-ARF (represented by a unique PIK) an
institutional group quarters flag (IGQ_FLAG) was set as follows:

       ƒ   	 ome MAF-ARF addresses for this PIK are institutional group
           S
           quarters: IGQ_FLAG Å B
       ƒ All MAF-ARF addresses for this PIK are institutional group quarters: IGQ_FLAG Å Y
       ƒ No MAF-ARF addresses for this PIK are institutional group quarters or no MAF-ARF
           addresses were found for this person: IGQ_FLAG Å blank.
The value of the IGQ_FLAG is used in Table 2 to subset (for Columns 4, 5, and 6) MSIS records to
be counted (see Table 2 discussions, below). Other than its use here in Table 2, IGQ_FLAG is not
referenced in the production of Phase II tables.

Characterizing Joint Demographics (Age, Race, Sex, Ethnicity):

For tabulation after linkage of MSIS to CPS:

   1. 	 If the person is on CPS (whether or not they are seen on MSIS), characteristics come
        from CPS: PUBIRTHY, A_RACE, A_SEX, A_ORIGIN.
   2. 	 Otherwise if we determined the person’s identity (that is, the SSN has been validated),
        characteristics come from Person Characteristic File (PCF)
   3. 	 Otherwise (for MSIS records without a validated SSN), characteristics come from MSIS.

Age is determined as {Reference Year} – {Year- of-Birth}, which is the age as of December 31
of the reference year. Age categorization directly follows, with these exceptions:
        • 	 If age comes from CPS and PUBIRTHY is not between 1880 and {Reference Year},
            inclusively, then age category is set to Unknown.
        • 	 Otherwise if age is computed to be less than 0 then age category is set to Unknown.

If Race and Ethnicity come from PCF, then these values come either directly from Census 2000,
Hundred Percent Detail File, IMPUTED-RACE and HISPANIC-ORIGIN-CODE – if the Census 2000 record
for this person can be found; otherwise it comes from a race and ethnicity model that is used to
impute these values.

Generating Tables for the Phase II Report:
Note that for each table included in the Phase II report there are two presentations:
   ƒ Using original CPS weights.
   ƒ Using adjusted weights coming from a re-weighting process. Weight on un-identifiable
       CPS records (that is, records for which the SSN is unknown or un-validated) is shifted on
       to identifiable CPS records in a way that attempts to preserve the percentage of
       distributions of the various characteristics (particularly CPS_HI).




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Table 1:

Basis of Counting:

   ƒ    MSIS: Unduplicated (by MSIS ID) MSIS file: All records.
   ƒ    CPS: 2001 (linked to MSIS for calendar year 2000) uses expanded sample, 2002 (linked
        to MSIS for calendar year 2001) uses full sample:
          -	 For original weight presentation, weighting is by MARSUPWT.
          -	 For re-weighted presentation, weighting is by ADJWGT (developed in the re-
             weighting process).

Columns:

   Column 1 (CPS Not Valid SSN), Column 2 (CPS Valid SSN Not Matched), Column 3 (CPS
   Refused to Provide SSN) and Column 6 (Valid SSN and Matched) together include all CPS
   records being used for linkage. Each CPS record is tallied under one and only one column. If
   a CPS record has a validated SSN value, and that value also occurs (and is validated) in the
   MSIS file, that record is tallied under column 6. Otherwise, if PUSSN_FLG = R (indicating
   refusal to provide SSN) then a record is tallied under column 3. Otherwise if the SSN value
   has been validated, the record is tallied under column 2 and if not under column 1. For each
   of these columns (1, 2, 3, 6), when a weighted presentation is being made, it is the weights
   themselves that are being tallied: either MARSUPWT or ADJWGT.

   Column 4 (MSIS Not Valid SSN), Column 5 (MSIS Valid SSN) together with Column 6
   (Valid SSN and Matched) together tabulate all MSIS records, with each MSIS record falling
   under one and only one column. This is a count of MSIS records (for the reference calendar
   year, only) after person un-duplication. For this reason, persons (that we know are)
   represented as more than one client are counted only once, not once for each client account.
   Since MSIS records are self-representing, each can be considered to have a weight of (1);
   however, for weighted presentations, each record counted under Column 6 are weighted by
   the appropriate (original or adjusted) CPS weight of the matching CPS record.

   Column 7 (%CPS Persons Matched) is Column 6 / (Column 2 + Column 6), and Column 8
   (%MSIS Persons Matched) is Column 6 / (Column 5 + Column 6).

Rows:

   ƒ    Age is determined as described above (in the Characterizing Joint Demographics
        section); age range follows directly.
   ƒ    Race is determined as described above. Because “Unknown Race” occurs only in MSIS,
        only MSIS records with SSN value unverified can have this code.
   ƒ    Sex is determined as described above.
   ƒ    Poverty Level is determined directly from CPS variable POVLL. For this reason, it is only
        available for records that have CPS as a source.




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   ƒ   CPS Insurance Type is determined directly from CPS_HI (see description of the
       generation of this variable in MSIS summarization discussion above). For this reason, it
       is only available for records that have CPS as a source.
   ƒ   MSIS Insurance Type is determined directly from BEN_TYPE (see description of the
       generation of this variable in MSIS summarization discussion above).

Table 2:

Table 2 represents a set of counts from MSIS and a set of counts from CPS presented side-by-
side. For MSIS counts, persons with a date-of-death on the Person Characteristics File (PCF)
prior to March of corresponding survey year are excluded from tabulation. The joint occurrence
of records from both files representing the same persons is not relevant to the production of this
table. Columns 1 to 6 (MSIS Total A – MSIS Total F) are counts directly from the summarized
(person-unduplicated) MSIS. Columns 7 to 9 (CPS Total A – CPS Total C) are (weighted)
counts directly from CPS. Note that since CPS asks respondents about health insurance status for
the year previous (termed the reference year), the CPS survey year version is one year ahead of
the MSIS summarized data shown on the same page.

Columns:

   Column 1 (MSIS Total A) counts MSIS client accounts persons known to be deceased prior
   to March of the corresponding survey year. Moving to the right, each subsequent column
   counts a subset of the client accounts counted in the column immediately to the left. The
   exclusions are made as follows:

       ƒ   Column 1 (MSIS Total A): 	 Excludes only persons with a date-of-death on PCF
                                      prior to March of survey year; represents a count of
                                      unique client account (which is the same as unique
                                      State/MSIS-Identification-Number).
       ƒ   Column 2 (MSIS Total B): Excludes clients where BEN_TYPE ≠ 1 or 2. 

       ƒ   Column 3 (MSIS Total C): Excludes clients where BEN_TYPE ≠ 1. 

       ƒ   Column 4 (MSIS Total D): Excludes clients where BEN_TYPE ≠ 1 or IGQ_FLAG ≠ ‘ ’. 

       ƒ   Column 5 (MSIS Total E): Excludes clients where BEN_TYPE ≠ 1 or IGQ_FLAG ≠ ‘ ’ 

                                      and duplicate clients (sharing the same SSN as other
                                      clients). So it is a count of unique persons (excepting
                                      unidentifiable duplicate client accounts, because they
                                      do not share the same verified SSN value, for the same
                                      person) with BEN_TYPE ≠ 1 or IGQ_FLAG ≠ ‘ ’.
       ƒ   Column 6 (MSIS Total F): 	 Excludes clients where BEN_TYPE ≠ 1 or IGQ_FLAG ≠ ‘ ’
                                      and duplicative clients (sharing the same SSN with
                                      other clients) and clients with non-verified SSNs. So it
                                      is a count of unique identified persons (that is persons
                                      for whom we have a record with verified SSN value)
                                      with BEN_TYPE = 1.




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   Columns 7 – 9 (CPS Total A – CPS Total C) are weighted counts of CPS person records. The
   weight used for the original weight presentations is MARSUPWT. For re-weighted presentations,
   the weight is ADJWGT, a weight created in the re-weighting process.

        ƒ   Column 7 (CPS Total A): 	 This is the weighted sum of MCAID, which should closely
                                      match (re-weighting may cause a slight discrepancy)
                                      the CPS estimate of Medicaid enrollment.
        ƒ   Column 8 (CPS Total B): 	 This is the weighted sum of AUGMENTED-CAID.
                                      AUGMENTED-CAID is set (equal to 1 – showing Medicaid
                                      enrollment in previous calendar year) whenever CAID is
                                      set (to show Medicaid enrollment). In addition it is set
                                      if the reportee is described explicitly as a Medicaid
                                      enrollee in response to a question about other types of
                                      health insurance or in response to a verification
                                      question asked about reportees who were not shown
                                      having any insurance earlier in the question sequence
                                      about their health coverage. In terms of coding from
                                      CPS variables:
                                           AUGMENTED-CAID Å 1 if CAID = 1 or OTHSTYP1 = 02 or
                                           OTHSTYP2 = 02 or OTHSTYP3 = 02 or OTHSTYP4 = 02 or
                                           OTHSTYP5 = 02 or OTHSTYP6 = 02 or AHITYP1 = 02 or
                                           AHITYP2 = 02 or AHITYP3 = 02 or AHITYP4 = 02 or
                                           AHITYP5 = 02 or AHITYP6 = 02 otherwise
                                           AUGMENTED-CAID Å 0
        ƒ   Column 9 (CPS Total C): 	 This is the weighted sum of AUGMENTED-CAID
                                      (described immediately above) that includes only CPS
                                      records with CPS_DS = R.
Rows:

   ƒ    Age is determined as described above; age range follows directly. 

   ƒ    Race is determined as described above. Because “Unknown Race” occurs only in MSIS, 

        only MSIS records with SSN value unverified can have this code. 

   ƒ    Sex is determined as described above. 

   ƒ    Ethnicity is determined as described above. 


Table 3:

Table 3 is a tabulation of CPS individual respondent records that have been linked (by Protected
Identity Key, which substitutes SSN) to summarized MSIS person records that show actual
Medicaid enrollment: TOT_DAYS_ANY > 0. Table 3 is organized into eight versions:




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   Version                                                                                                         Page #

   Enrollees With Full Benefits:
     A.   Full Benefit Enrollees ..................................................................................1 - 3 

     B.   Full Benefit Enrollees Whose CPS Insurance Status Was Edited ...............4 - 6 

     C.   Full Benefit Enrollees Whose CPS Insurance Status Was Imputed ............7 - 9 

     D.   Full Benefit Enrollees Whose CPS Insurance Status Was Reported.........10 - 12 


   Enrollees With Any Benefits:
     E.   All Enrollees ............................................................................................. 13 – 15 

     F.   All Enrollees Whose CPS Insurance Status Was Edited ...........................16 - 18 

     G.   All Enrollees Whose CPS Insurance Status Was Imputed ........................19 - 21 

     H.   All Enrollees Whose CPS Insurance Status Was Reported .......................22 - 24 


Note that the first four versions (A – D) tabulate CPS respondent records showing at least one
day of Medicaid enrollment with full benefits (TOT_DAYS_FULL > 0). Version A is a tabulation of
all such qualifying records. Version B is a tabulation of qualifying records that have CPS
Medicaid enrollment status edited (CPS_DS = E). Version C is a tabulation of records that have
enrollment status imputed (CPS_DS = I). Version D is a tabulation of records that have enrollment
status reported explicitly (CPS_DS = R).

The second four versions (E – H) are identical to the first four except, rather that including only
CPS records linked to an MSIS record showing full benefits, it includes all CPS records showing
any type of Medicaid enrollment (that is having TOT_DAYS_ANY > 0). Version E is a tabulation of
all such qualifying records. Version F is a tabulation of qualifying records that have CPS
Medicaid enrollment status edited (CPS_DS = E). Version G is a tabulation of records that have
enrollment status imputed (CPS_DS = I). Version H is a tabulation of records that have
enrollment status reported explicitly (CPS_DS = R).

Columns:

Columns 1 – 6 tabulate CPS records by CPS_HI, so that…
      Data column 1:        CPS_HI = 1
      Data column 2:        CPS_HI = 2
      …                     …

Column 7 totals Columns 1 – 6. Each data column also has a parenthetical percentage value that
is that cells main tabulation value into the Column 7 row total.

Rows:

Age category, race, sex, and ethnicity are determined identically to Tables 1 and 2.
CPS SSI recipiency status and CPS TANF recipiency status are determined by CPS_SSI and
CPS_TANF (as described in CPS Coding discussion). MSIS SSI recipiency status is determined by
SSI_CASH (as described in the MSIS Summarization discussion). Medicaid benefit type is



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determined by BEN_TYPE (1 - ‘Full Benefits’, 2 - ‘Partial not CHIP’, 3 - ‘Medicaid-expansion
CHIP’, see MSIS Coding discussion). Poverty level comes directly from the CPS variable POVLL.

“Relationship to Respondent” is determined by the CPS variable A_RRP. Note that the category
5 is split into “Non-Adult Children” (age 17 or less on December 31 of reference year, see Joint
Demographic Characterization discussion on age determination above) and “Adult Children”
(age 18 or greater on December 31 of reference year see Joint Demographic Characterization on
age determination above).

MAX Managed-Care/Medical-Service Received (or Noted) is determined as follows:

   Managed care enrollment is determined by review of the MAX fields MEDICAID-MANAGED-
   CARE-COMBINATION (separate fields exist for each month of reference year):

       If MANAGED-CARE-COMBINATION ever has value ≠ ‘ ’ (space-filled), 00, 99 or 16 then
       represented person is said to have had some managed care coverage during reference
       year.

   Received service is determined by review of the MAX field RECIPIENT-INDICATOR:

       If RECIPIENT-INDICATOR ≠ 0 or 2 then the represented person is said to have had received a
           ECIPIENT NDICATOR
       medical service during the reference year. According to Centers for Medicare and
       Medicaid Services (CMS), managed care encounters are often not reported to CMS. For
       this reason, if MAX shows that a represented person had some managed care coverage,
       but shows no medical service reported, it may be the case that this person did have a
       managed care encounter that is not noted. However, if a represented person had only
       fee-for-service coverage, then if no medical service is reported, this person most likely
       did not receive any medical services in the reference year.

   In some cases, we cannot locate a MAX record for a person represented in MSIS. In this
   case, tabulations are made to the row “No MAX data available.”

Table 4:

Table 4 is a tabulation of CPS individual respondent records for persons for whom Medicaid
enrollment cannot be established. In most cases, the CPS records for these persons will have no
corresponding MSIS record (that is, an MSIS record for the same PIK or same SSN). In some
cases, there may be a corresponding MSIS record, but this record does not show that person
having received Medicaid benefits in the reference year. This may occur if the person is enrolled
in a stand-alone SCHIP or there is some other quirk in the way states provide their person data to
CMS. Table 3 and Table 4 are complementary: all CPS records are tabulated in one or the other,
but none are tabulated in both.

Table 4 is presented in eight versions. The first four versions (A – D) tabulate unmatchable CPS
records (because the respondent refused to provide the SSN, PUSSN_FLG = R, or the provided SSN
could not be validated by Census). The second four versions (E – H) tabulate matchable CPS


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records (because a validated SSN resides on the record). Because the re-weighting process shifts
the entire weight on un-matchable records to matchable records, in re-weighted presentations,
Versions A, B, C, and D are suppressed; otherwise all cells for these versions would be filled
with zero values. As with Table 3, in each set of four versions, all qualifying records are
tabulated in the first version (A or E) and in one and only one of the remaining three based on the
value of CPS_DS. So, Table 4 is organized as:

                                                                              Original Wgt.Reweighted
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   Version                                                                    Page #       Page #

   Unmatchable Respondents:
     A.    All Unmatchable Respondents...........................................1 – 2      N/A 

     B.    Whose CPS Insurance Status Was Edited .........................3 – 4             N/A 

     C.    Whose CPS Insurance Status Was Imputed.......................5 – 6               N/A 

     D.    CPS Insurance Status Was Reported .................................7 – 8         N/A 


   Matchable CPS Respondents not Known Receiving Medicaid:
     E.    All Respondents Not Known Receiving Medicaid...........9 – 10                    1–2

     F.    Whose CPS Insurance Status Was Edited .......................11 – 12             3–4

     G.    Whose CPS Insurance Status Was Imputed.....................13 – 14               5–6

     H.    Whose CPS Insurance Status Was Reported ...................15 – 16               7–8


For Table 4, rows and columns tabulations are determined identically to Table 3, except, certain
rows that for Table 3 are tabulated based on values in corresponding MSIS records are
suppressed, as the tabulations in them would be essentially meaningless, otherwise.




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                                         CPS        CPS    CPS        MSIS       MSIS
                                                        Refused
                                              Valid SSN      to        Not Valid SSN Valid SSN % CPS % MSIS
                                    Not Valid       Not Provide       Valid  But Not       and Persons Persons
Selected Characteristics                 SSN Matched       SSN         SSN Matched Matched Matched Matched
Total                                  16,100    150,000    28,200 4,550,000 39,850,000      23,700   13.6%   0.059%
Age 0 - 5                               1,900     13,600        0 1,100,000    8,040,000      5,350   28.2%   0.066%
Age 6 - 14                              3,050     24,700       50    403,000   9,630,000      7,200   22.6%   0.075%
Age 15 - 17                               700      7,450     1,450   232,000   2,400,000      1,600   17.7%   0.067%
Age 18 - 44                             5,050     59,200    12,600 2,400,000 11,050,000       6,200   9.5%    0.056%
Age 45 - 64                             1,500     31,800     7,950   149,000   3,910,000      1,800   5.4%    0.046%
Age 65+                                   900     13,200     4,250   148,000   4,830,000      1,500   10.2%   0.031%
Age N/A                                 3,000        400     1,850   114,000     24,700          0    0.0%    0.000%
White                                  11,700    127,000    23,700 1,050,000 26,300,000      16,000   11.2%   0.061%
Black                                   2,750     14,300     3,100   604,000 11,100,000       5,900   29.2%   0.053%
AIAN                                      450      2,200      250     40,400    724,000        850    27.9%   0.117%
API                                     1,250      7,150     1,100   152,000   1,740,000       900    11.2%   0.052%
Race Unknown                                0          0        0 2,700,000           0          0        -        -
Male                                    8,200     74,700    13,300 1,250,000 16,950,000       9,850   11.6%   0.058%
Female                                  7,900     75,600    14,900 3,300,000 22,900,000      13,800   15.4%   0.060%
Hispanic                                4,800     14,300     4,350 2,320,000   7,990,000      4,800   25.1%   0.060%
Non-Hispanic                           11,300    136,000    23,900    10,700 31,900,000      18,900   12.2%   0.059%
Ethnicity Unknown                           0          0        0 2,220,000           0          0        -        -
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%          1,800      3,350     1,050         -           -      3,900   53.8%        -




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                                            CPS        CPS    CPS        MSIS       MSIS
                                                           Refused
                                                 Valid SSN      to        Not Valid SSN Valid SSN % CPS % MSIS
                                       Not Valid       Not Provide       Valid  But Not       and Persons Persons
Selected Characteristics                    SSN Matched       SSN         SSN Matched Matched Matched Matched
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%            1,000      2,150      650          -           -      2,900   57.4%        -
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%            1,100      3,200      900          -           -      3,100   49.2%        -
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%          1,100      4,450     1,050         -           -      2,750   38.2%        -
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%          1,150      5,350     1,150         -           -      2,250   29.6%        -
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%          1,000      6,250     1,250         -           -      1,800   22.4%        -
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%            800      6,550     1,150         -           -      1,450   18.1%        -
Ratio to Poverty Level 200%+               8,200    119,000    20,900         -           -      5,500   4.4%         -
CPS Ins.: Medicaid Only                    1,650      1,550      800          -           -      9,650   86.2%        -
CPS Ins.: Medicaid w/ Oth. Ins.              800      2,050      900          -           -      3,850   65.3%        -
CPS Ins.: Other Public Only                  700      5,000     1,850         -           -      1,800   26.5%        -
CPS Ins.: Private Only                     7,450    115,000    17,500         -           -      4,350   3.6%         -
CPS Ins.: Other Pub. and Priv.               450      9,700     2,800         -           -       500    4.9%         -
CPS Ins.: Uninsured                        5,000     17,100     4,450         -           -      3,500   17.0%        -
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                       -          -         - 1,970,000 37,100,000      22,000       -   0.059%
MSIS Ins.: Partial not CHIP                    -          -         - 2,500,000   1,490,000       700        -   0.047%
MSIS Ins.: Medicaid Expans. CHIP               -          -         -   24,000     648,000        550        -   0.085%
MSIS Ins.: Stand-Alone CHIP                    -          -         -   39,300     370,000        250        -   0.068%
MSIS Ins.: Not Insured                         -          -         -   19,900     264,000        250        -   0.095%




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                                         CPS           CPS        CPS                MSIS
                                                               Refused    MSIS
                                                 Valid SSN          to           Valid SSN Valid SSN % CPS % MSIS
                                    Not Valid          Not     Provide       Not   But Not       and Persons Persons
Selected Characteristics                 SSN      Matched         SSN Valid SSN Matched Matched Matched Matched
Total                               20,200,000 185,950,000 45,550,000          -          - 27,850,000     13.0%   -
Age 0 - 5                            2,300,000    14,500,000          0        -          -    6,220,000   30.0%   -
Age 6 - 14                           3,380,000    25,150,000     80,000        -          -    7,720,000   23.5%   -
Age 15 - 17                           780,000      7,620,000   1,700,000       -          -    1,700,000   18.2%   -
Age 18 - 44                          6,720,000    73,500,000 19,200,000        -          -    7,660,000   9.4%    -
Age 45 - 64                          1,980,000    43,550,000 13,400,000        -          -    2,480,000   5.4%    -
Age 65+                              1,200,000    21,100,000   7,940,000       -          -    2,040,000   8.8%    -
Age N/A                              3,800,000      500,000    3,240,000       -          -           0    0.0%    -
White                               14,400,000 156,550,000 39,250,000          -          - 18,000,000     10.3%   -
Black                                3,860,000    19,100,000   4,480,000       -          -    8,140,000   29.9%   -
AIAN                                  320,000      1,760,000    300,000        -          -     640,000    26.7%   -
API                                  1,620,000     8,540,000   1,480,000       -          -    1,060,000   11.0%   -
Male                                10,550,000    92,650,000 21,800,000        -          - 11,600,000     11.1%   -
Female                               9,640,000    93,300,000 23,750,000        -          - 16,250,000     14.8%   -
Hispanic                             6,460,000    17,750,000   5,880,000       -          -    6,000,000   25.3%   -
Non-Hispanic                        13,700,000 168,200,000 39,650,000          -          - 21,850,000     11.5%   -
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%       2,340,000     4,400,000   1,680,000       -          -    4,740,000   51.9%   -
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%      1,240,000     2,720,000   1,040,000       -          -    3,420,000   55.7%   -
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%      1,340,000     4,040,000   1,460,000       -          -    3,740,000   48.1%   -




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                                           CPS           CPS        CPS                MSIS
                                                                 Refused    MSIS
                                                   Valid SSN          to           Valid SSN Valid SSN % CPS % MSIS
                                      Not Valid          Not     Provide       Not   But Not       and Persons Persons
Selected Characteristics                   SSN      Matched         SSN Valid SSN Matched Matched Matched Matched
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%      1,400,000     5,760,000   1,680,000       -          -    3,180,000   35.6%   -
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%      1,420,000     6,660,000   1,940,000       -          -    2,640,000   28.4%   -
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%      1,320,000     7,840,000   2,060,000       -          -    2,100,000   21.1%   -
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%       960,000      7,840,000   1,760,000       -          -    1,660,000   17.5%   -
Ratio to Poverty Level 200%+          10,150,000 146,700,000 33,900,000          -          -    6,360,000   4.2%    -
CPS Ins.: Medicaid Only                2,100,000     1,940,000   1,140,000       -          - 11,300,000     85.3%   -
CPS Ins.: Medicaid w/ Oth. Ins.        1,000,000     2,540,000   1,460,000       -          -    4,620,000   64.5%   -
CPS Ins.: Other Public Only             940,000      7,540,000   3,380,000       -          -    2,040,000   21.3%   -
CPS Ins.: Private Only                 8,840,000 136,500,000 27,350,000          -          -    5,100,000   3.6%    -
CPS Ins.: Other Pub. and Priv.          580,000     15,600,000   5,220,000       -          -     560,000    3.5%    -
CPS Ins.: Uninsured                    6,720,000    21,850,000   6,980,000       -          -    4,260,000   16.3%   -
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                       -             -           -       -          - 25,850,000         -   -
MSIS Ins.: Partial not CHIP                    -             -           -       -          -     940,000        -   -
MSIS Ins.: Medicaid Expans. CHIP               -             -           -       -          -     540,000        -   -
MSIS Ins.: Stand-Alone CHIP                    -             -           -       -          -     300,000        -   -
MSIS Ins.: Not Insured                         -             -           -       -          -     220,000        -   -




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                                         CPS        CPS    CPS       MSIS        MSIS
                                                        Refused
                                              Valid SSN      to        Not Valid SSN Valid SSN % CPS % MSIS
                                    Not Valid       Not Provide       Valid  But Not       and Persons Persons
Selected Characteristics                 SSN Matched       SSN         SSN Matched Matched Matched Matched
Total                                       0    150,000        0 4,550,000 39,850,000       23,700   13.6%   0.059%
Age 0 - 5                                   0     13,600        0 1,100,000   8,040,000       5,350   28.2%   0.066%
Age 6 - 14                                  0     24,700        0   403,000   9,630,000       7,200   22.6%   0.075%
Age 15 - 17                                 0      7,450        0   232,000   2,400,000       1,600   17.7%   0.067%
Age 18 - 44                                 0     59,200        0 2,400,000 11,050,000        6,200   9.5%    0.056%
Age 45 - 64                                 0     31,800        0   149,000   3,910,000       1,800   5.4%    0.046%
Age 65+                                     0     13,200        0   148,000   4,830,000       1,500   10.2%   0.031%
Age N/A                                     0        400        0   114,000     24,700           0    0.0%    0.000%
White                                       0    127,000        0 1,050,000 26,300,000       16,000   11.2%   0.061%
Black                                       0     14,300        0   604,000 11,100,000        5,900   29.2%   0.053%
AIAN                                        0      2,200        0    40,400    724,000         850    27.9%   0.117%
API                                         0      7,150        0   152,000   1,740,000        900    11.2%   0.052%
Race Unknown                                0          0        0 2,700,000           0          0        -        -
Male                                        0     74,700        0 1,250,000 16,950,000        9,850   11.6%   0.058%
Female                                      0     75,600        0 3,300,000 22,900,000       13,800   15.4%   0.060%
Hispanic                                    0     14,300        0 2,320,000   7,990,000       4,800   25.1%   0.060%
Non-Hispanic                                0    136,000        0    10,700 31,900,000       18,900   12.2%   0.059%
Ethnicity Unknown                           0          0        0 2,220,000           0          0        -        -
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%              0      3,350        0         -           -       3,900   53.8%        -




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                                            CPS        CPS    CPS        MSIS       MSIS
                                                           Refused
                                                 Valid SSN      to        Not Valid SSN Valid SSN % CPS % MSIS
                                       Not Valid       Not Provide       Valid  But Not       and Persons Persons
Selected Characteristics                    SSN Matched       SSN         SSN Matched Matched Matched Matched
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%                0      2,150        0          -           -      2,900   57.4%        -
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%                0      3,200        0          -           -      3,100   49.2%        -
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%              0      4,450        0          -           -      2,750   38.2%        -
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%              0      5,350        0          -           -      2,250   29.6%        -
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%              0      6,250        0          -           -      1,800   22.4%        -
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%              0      6,550        0          -           -      1,450   18.1%        -
Ratio to Poverty Level 200%+                   0    119,000        0          -           -      5,500   4.4%         -
CPS Ins.: Medicaid Only                        0      1,550        0          -           -      9,650   86.2%        -
CPS Ins.: Medicaid w/ Oth. Ins.                0      2,050        0          -           -      3,850   65.3%        -
CPS Ins.: Other Public Only                    0      5,000        0          -           -      1,800   26.5%        -
CPS Ins.: Private Only                         0    115,000        0          -           -      4,350   3.6%         -
CPS Ins.: Other Pub. and Priv.                 0      9,700        0          -           -       500    4.9%         -
CPS Ins.: Uninsured                            0     17,100        0          -           -      3,500   17.0%        -
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                       -          -         - 1,970,000 37,100,000      22,000       -   0.059%
MSIS Ins.: Partial not CHIP                    -          -         - 2,500,000   1,490,000       700        -   0.047%
MSIS Ins.: Medicaid Expans. CHIP               -          -         -   24,000     648,000        550        -   0.085%
MSIS Ins.: Stand-Alone CHIP                    -          -         -   39,300     370,000        250        -   0.068%
MSIS Ins.: Not Insured                         -          -         -   19,900     264,000        250        -   0.095%




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                                         CPS         CPS  CPS                MSIS
                                                       Refused    MSIS
                                             Valid SSN      to           Valid SSN Valid SSN % CPS % MSIS
                                   Not Valid       Not Provide       Not   But Not       and Persons Persons
Selected Characteristics                SSN Matched       SSN Valid SSN Matched Matched Matched Matched
Total                                       0 243,450,000        0            -        - 36,100,000       12.9%   -
Age 0 - 5                                   0   16,100,000       0            -        -      7,360,000   31.4%   -
Age 6 - 14                                  0   28,800,000       0            -        -      9,380,000   24.6%   -
Age 15 - 17                                 0    8,860,000       0            -        -      2,100,000   19.2%   -
Age 18 - 44                                 0 100,200,000        0            -        - 10,750,000       9.7%    -
Age 45 - 64                                 0   58,900,000       0            -        -      3,420,000   5.5%    -
Age 65+                                     0   30,000,000       0            -        -      3,080,000   9.3%    -
Age N/A                                     0     580,000        0            -        -             0    0.0%    -
White                                       0 203,850,000        0            -        - 23,300,000       10.3%   -
Black                                       0   25,800,000       0            -        - 10,550,000       29.0%   -
AIAN                                        0    2,360,000       0            -        -       840,000    26.3%   -
API                                         0   11,400,000       0            -        -      1,400,000   10.9%   -
Male                                        0 121,250,000        0            -        - 14,700,000       10.8%   -
Female                                      0 122,200,000        0            -        - 21,400,000       14.9%   -
Hispanic                                    0   23,750,000       0            -        -      7,740,000   24.6%   -
Non-Hispanic                                0 219,700,000        0            -        - 28,350,000       11.4%   -
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%              0    6,520,000       0            -        -      6,220,000   48.8%   -
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%             0    4,040,000       0            -        -      4,460,000   52.5%   -
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%             0    5,960,000       0            -        -      4,940,000   45.3%   -




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                                           CPS         CPS  CPS                MSIS
                                                         Refused    MSIS
                                               Valid SSN      to           Valid SSN Valid SSN % CPS % MSIS
                                     Not Valid       Not Provide       Not   But Not       and Persons Persons
Selected Characteristics                  SSN Matched       SSN Valid SSN Matched Matched Matched Matched
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%             0    7,920,000       0            -        -      4,080,000   34.0%    -
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%             0    9,100,000       0            -        -      3,360,000   27.0%    -
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%             0   10,550,000       0            -        -      2,660,000   20.1%    -
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%             0   10,400,000       0            -        -      2,100,000   16.8%    -
Ratio to Poverty Level 200%+                  0 188,900,000        0            -        -      8,260,000   4.2%     -
CPS Ins.: Medicaid Only                       0    2,600,000       0            -        - 13,850,000       84.2%    -
CPS Ins.: Medicaid w/ Oth. Ins.               0    3,660,000       0            -        -      6,080,000   62.4%    -
CPS Ins.: Other Public Only                   0   11,050,000       0            -        -      2,740,000   19.9%    -
CPS Ins.: Private Only                        0 171,300,000        0            -        -      6,400,000   3.6%     -
CPS Ins.: Other Pub. and Priv.                0   21,300,000       0            -        -       740,000    3.4%     -
CPS Ins.: Uninsured                           0   33,500,000       0            -        -      6,300,000   15.8%    -
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                      -            -       -            -        - 33,450,000            -   -
MSIS Ins.: Partial not CHIP                   -            -       -            -        -      1,340,000        -   -
MSIS Ins.: Medicaid Expans. CHIP              -            -       -            -        -       680,000         -   -
MSIS Ins.: Stand-Alone CHIP                   -            -       -            -        -       360,000         -   -
MSIS Ins.: Not Insured                        -            -       -            -        -       260,000         -   -




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                                                                 State=U.S. Total

   Selected                 MSIS         MSIS          MSIS         MSIS          MSIS         MSIS           CPS          CPS               CPS
   Characteristics         Total A      Total B       Total C      Total D       Total E      Total F      Total A       Total B          Total C
   Total                45,050,000 43,650,000 39,750,000 39,600,000 38,150,000 36,200,000 29,550,000 26,050,000 18,600,000
   Age 0 - 5              9,590,000    9,340,000     9,290,000    9,290,000    8,840,000     7,820,000    5,860,000     5,100,000     4,020,000
   Age 6 - 14           10,450,000     9,790,000     9,640,000    9,640,000    9,240,000     8,990,000    7,200,000     6,000,000     4,460,000
   Age 15 - 17            2,720,000    2,480,000     2,310,000    2,310,000    2,230,000     2,150,000    1,740,000     1,480,000     1,040,000
   Age 18 - 44          13,750,000 13,550,000 10,950,000 10,950,000 10,600,000 10,250,000                 7,040,000     6,500,000     4,420,000
   Age 45 - 64            4,020,000    4,010,000     3,650,000    3,630,000    3,550,000     3,500,000    3,620,000     3,280,000     2,200,000
   Age 65+                4,380,000    4,380,000     3,770,000    3,640,000    3,580,000     3,470,000    3,180,000     2,880,000     2,220,000
   Age N/A                  139,000      135,000      129,000       129,000      129,000        21,400      900,000       800,000         260,000
   White                27,600,000 26,750,000 25,300,000 25,150,000 24,250,000 23,650,000 19,900,000 17,300,000 12,450,000
   Black                12,000,000 11,600,000 11,150,000 11,100,000 10,700,000 10,250,000                 7,740,000     7,120,000     5,020,000
   AIAN                     806,000      781,000      756,000       755,000      709,000       680,000      620,000       580,000         460,000
   API                    1,910,000    1,880,000     1,740,000    1,740,000    1,700,000     1,640,000    1,280,000     1,080,000         700,000
   Race Unknown           2,700,000    2,680,000      795,000       795,000      795,000              0             -            -              -
   Male                 18,550,000 17,850,000 16,950,000 16,900,000 16,250,000 15,450,000 13,050,000 11,400,000                       7,940,000
   Female               26,500,000 25,800,000 22,800,000 22,700,000 21,900,000 20,750,000 16,450,000 14,700,000 10,650,000
   Hispanic             10,500,000 10,350,000        8,260,000    8,250,000    7,980,000     7,490,000    6,560,000     5,780,000     4,260,000
   Non-Hispanic         32,300,000 31,150,000 30,000,000 29,850,000 28,750,000 28,750,000 23,000,000 20,300,000 14,350,000




1. All CPS Estimates are of weighted totals.
2. MSIS Total A is total enrolled in MSIS.
3. MSIS Total B is total MSIS without SCHIP.
4. MSIS Total C is total enrolled for full benefits.
5. MSIS Total D is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs.
6. MSIS Total E is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs and duplicative client accounts.
7. MSIS Total F is Total E excluding un-indentified clients: those having records with un-validated SSNs.
8. CPS Total A uses MCAID.
9. CPS Total B uses Augmented-CAID.
10. CPS Total C uses explicitly reported in Medicaid: Augmented-CAID (excluding imputed or edited responses).

                                  Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.                                    39
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  Phase II, Table 2: Medicaid Population Size, Comparison of MSIS Counts to CPS Estimates 

                                              CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight 


                                                            State=State Summary

      Selected                      MSIS        MSIS        MSIS        MSIS        MSIS         MSIS         CPS         CPS         CPS
      Characteristics              Total A     Total B     Total C     Total D     Total E      Total F    Total A      Total B    Total C
      Alabama                      686,000      675,000     624,000     623,000     620,000     600,000     520,000     460,000    340,000
      Alaska                       106,000       95,100      95,000      94,900      94,800      89,900      80,000       60,000        40,000
      Arizona                      646,000      646,000     638,000     637,000     635,000     586,000     540,000     480,000    360,000
      Arkansas                     474,000      473,000     452,000     451,000     451,000     382,000     320,000     280,000    200,000
      California                  8,080,000 8,050,000 5,630,000 5,620,000 5,580,000 5,320,000 4,640,000 4,260,000 3,020,000
      Colorado                     347,000      347,000     317,000     315,000     315,000     292,000     260,000     200,000    140,000
      Connecticut                  396,000      304,000     299,000     294,000     293,000     284,000     280,000     200,000    140,000
      Delaware                     117,000      117,000     109,000     109,000     109,000     103,000      60,000       60,000        40,000
      District of Columbia         137,000      134,000     133,000     133,000     133,000     127,000      80,000       80,000        60,000
      Florida                     2,120,000 2,080,000 1,920,000 1,910,000 1,910,000 1,850,000 1,680,000 1,340,000                  920,000
      Georgia                     1,410,000 1,200,000 1,160,000 1,160,000 1,100,000             992,000     820,000     740,000    460,000
      Hawaii                       174,000      173,000     173,000     173,000     173,000     170,000     100,000       60,000        40,000
      Idaho                        141,000      132,000     130,000     130,000     129,000     124,000     120,000     100,000         80,000
      Illinois                    1,660,000 1,610,000 1,570,000 1,560,000 1,550,000 1,470,000 1,040,000                 880,000    660,000
      Indiana                      711,000      681,000     657,000     651,000     651,000     637,000     340,000     320,000    260,000
      Iowa                         290,000      285,000     277,000     275,000     274,000     269,000     180,000     140,000    100,000
      Kansas                       240,000      240,000     233,000     232,000     232,000     226,000     180,000     140,000    100,000
      Kentucky                     715,000      671,000     639,000     638,000     612,000     593,000     420,000     360,000    260,000
      Louisiana                    787,000      750,000     713,000     710,000     710,000     659,000     540,000     500,000    320,000
      Maine                        202,000      194,000     189,000     188,000     188,000     184,000     140,000     140,000    100,000
      Maryland                     634,000      553,000     500,000     498,000     498,000     464,000     320,000     240,000    180,000
      Massachusetts               1,060,000     996,000     872,000     864,000     863,000     823,000     860,000     820,000    600,000
      Michigan                    1,290,000 1,270,000 1,250,000 1,240,000 1,240,000 1,190,000               960,000     920,000    620,000
      Minnesota                    574,000      574,000     554,000     552,000     540,000     528,000     360,000     340,000    220,000


1. All CPS Estimates are of weighted totals.
2. MSIS Total A is total enrolled in MSIS.
3. MSIS Total B is total MSIS without SCHIP.
4. MSIS Total C is total enrolled for full benefits.
5. MSIS Total D is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs.
6. MSIS Total E is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs and duplicative client accounts.
7. MSIS Total F is Total E excluding un-indentified clients: those having records with un-validated SSNs.
8. CPS Total A uses MCAID.
9. CPS Total B uses Augmented-CAID.
10. CPS Total C uses explicitly reported in Medicaid: Augmented-CAID (excluding imputed or edited responses).

                                  Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.                                  40
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  Phase II, Table 2: Medicaid Population Size, Comparison of MSIS Counts to CPS Estimates 

                                              CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight 


      Selected                      MSIS        MSIS        MSIS        MSIS        MSIS         MSIS         CPS         CPS         CPS
      Characteristics              Total A     Total B     Total C     Total D     Total E      Total F    Total A      Total B    Total C
      Mississippi                  565,000      426,000     423,000     422,000     422,000     395,000     420,000     380,000    300,000
      Missouri                     925,000      871,000     859,000     855,000     855,000     816,000     520,000     480,000    420,000
      Montana                        97,500      89,000      76,400      76,200      76,200      48,500     100,000       80,000        60,000
      Nebraska                     219,000      212,000     211,000     210,000     210,000     204,000     120,000     120,000    100,000
      Nevada                       132,000      132,000     124,000     123,000     123,000     115,000     140,000     100,000         60,000
      New Hampshire                  98,900      98,800      98,000      97,200      97,200      94,600       80,000      80,000        60,000
      New Jersey                   939,000      858,000     811,000     804,000     771,000     678,000     620,000     540,000    320,000
      New Mexico                   382,000      378,000     353,000     352,000     352,000     337,000     260,000     240,000    160,000
      New York                    3,260,000 3,260,000 3,210,000 3,190,000 3,150,000 2,770,000 2,720,000 2,360,000 1,680,000
      North Carolina              1,230,000 1,160,000 1,100,000 1,090,000 1,090,000 1,070,000               820,000     740,000    580,000
      North Dakota                   59,100      56,600      55,600      55,400      54,600      53,900       40,000      40,000        20,000
      Ohio                        1,360,000 1,310,000 1,290,000 1,280,000 1,260,000 1,230,000               900,000     860,000    660,000
      Oklahoma                     658,000      617,000     597,000     596,000     479,000     450,000     320,000     280,000    220,000
      Oregon                       534,000      518,000     485,000     484,000     482,000     463,000     380,000     340,000    240,000
      Pennsylvania                1,670,000 1,670,000 1,580,000 1,570,000 1,570,000 1,540,000 1,120,000                 820,000    500,000
      Rhode Island                 172,000      164,000     158,000     157,000     157,000     154,000     140,000     120,000    100,000
      South Carolina               754,000      713,000     627,000     627,000     626,000     603,000     400,000     360,000    300,000
      South Dakota                   92,700      89,200      85,700      85,300      84,000      81,300       40,000      40,000        40,000
      Tennessee                   1,430,000 1,420,000 1,390,000 1,390,000 1,380,000 1,360,000 1,020,000 1,000,000                  760,000
      Texas                       2,620,000 2,590,000 2,410,000 2,400,000 2,400,000 2,280,000 1,840,000 1,580,000 1,100,000
      Utah                         209,000      189,000     184,000     184,000     184,000     176,000     180,000     160,000    120,000
      Vermont                      142,000      140,000     128,000     127,000     127,000     126,000     100,000     100,000         80,000
      Virginia                     684,000      652,000     611,000     608,000     580,000     539,000     460,000     420,000    300,000
      Washington                   908,000      908,000     902,000     901,000     900,000     861,000     660,000     520,000    340,000
      West Virginia                326,000      325,000     315,000     314,000     314,000     293,000     220,000     200,000    140,000


1. All CPS Estimates are of weighted totals.
2. MSIS Total A is total enrolled in MSIS.
3. MSIS Total B is total MSIS without SCHIP.
4. MSIS Total C is total enrolled for full benefits.
5. MSIS Total D is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs.
6. MSIS Total E is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs and duplicative client accounts.
7. MSIS Total F is Total E excluding un-indentified clients: those having records with un-validated SSNs.
8. CPS Total A uses MCAID.
9. CPS Total B uses Augmented-CAID.
10. CPS Total C uses explicitly reported in Medicaid: Augmented-CAID (excluding imputed or edited responses).

                                  Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.                                  41
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  Phase II, Table 2: Medicaid Population Size, Comparison of MSIS Counts to CPS Estimates 

                                              CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight 


      Selected                      MSIS        MSIS        MSIS        MSIS        MSIS         MSIS         CPS         CPS         CPS
      Characteristics              Total A     Total B     Total C     Total D     Total E      Total F    Total A      Total B    Total C
      Wisconsin                    583,000      563,000     557,000     553,000     551,000     533,000     440,000     400,000    300,000
      Wyoming                        46,300      46,300      44,300      44,000      44,000      41,800      40,000       40,000        20,000




1. All CPS Estimates are of weighted totals.
2. MSIS Total A is total enrolled in MSIS.
3. MSIS Total B is total MSIS without SCHIP.
4. MSIS Total C is total enrolled for full benefits.
5. MSIS Total D is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs.
6. MSIS Total E is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs and duplicative client accounts.
7. MSIS Total F is Total E excluding un-indentified clients: those having records with un-validated SSNs.
8. CPS Total A uses MCAID.
9. CPS Total B uses Augmented-CAID.
10. CPS Total C uses explicitly reported in Medicaid: Augmented-CAID (excluding imputed or edited responses).

                                  Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.                                  42
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  Phase II, Table 2: Medicaid Population Size, Comparison of MSIS Counts to CPS Estimates 

                                            CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight 


                                                               State=California

         Selected               MSIS         MSIS        MSIS        MSIS        MSIS        MSIS          CPS        CPS           CPS
         Characteristics       Total A      Total B     Total C     Total D     Total E     Total F     Total A     Total B      Total C
         Total                8,080,000 8,050,000 5,630,000 5,620,000 5,580,000 5,320,000 4,640,000 4,260,000 3,020,000
         Age 0 - 5            1,250,000 1,250,000 1,220,000 1,220,000 1,170,000 1,050,000                840,000     760,000     580,000
         Age 6 - 14           1,480,000 1,470,000 1,360,000 1,360,000 1,360,000 1,320,000 1,160,000 1,040,000                    760,000
         Age 15 - 17            477,000     472,000     328,000      328,000     327,000     311,000     300,000     280,000     200,000
         Age 18 - 44          3,530,000 3,530,000 1,530,000 1,530,000 1,530,000 1,480,000 1,140,000 1,080,000                    740,000
         Age 45 - 64            648,000     648,000     548,000      546,000     546,000     539,000     560,000     520,000     340,000
         Age 65+                684,000     684,000     651,000      643,000     643,000     630,000     460,000     460,000     340,000
         Age N/A                   5,400       5,400         150         150         150           50    180,000     160,000      60,000
         White                4,290,000 4,270,000 3,820,000 3,810,000 3,770,000 3,720,000 3,540,000 3,220,000 2,300,000
         Black                  941,000     940,000     815,000      814,000     808,000     779,000     460,000     440,000     300,000
         AIAN                   108,000     107,000       96,500      96,400      95,500      94,800     100,000     100,000      80,000
         API                    847,000     844,000     741,000      740,000     737,000     725,000     540,000     500,000     360,000
         Race Unknown 1,900,000 1,890,000               162,000      162,000     162,000            0           -            -          -
         Male                 2,930,000 2,920,000 2,520,000 2,510,000 2,490,000 2,380,000 2,040,000 1,840,000 1,260,000
         Female               5,150,000 5,140,000 3,120,000 3,110,000 3,090,000 2,940,000 2,600,000 2,420,000 1,760,000
         Hispanic             4,390,000 4,370,000 2,600,000 2,600,000 2,570,000 2,440,000 2,280,000 2,080,000 1,500,000
         Non-Hispanic         2,940,000 2,930,000 2,910,000 2,900,000 2,880,000 2,880,000 2,360,000 2,180,000 1,540,000




1. All CPS Estimates are of weighted totals.
2. MSIS Total A is total enrolled in MSIS.
3. MSIS Total B is total MSIS without SCHIP.
4. MSIS Total C is total enrolled for full benefits.
5. MSIS Total D is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs.
6. MSIS Total E is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs and duplicative client accounts.
7. MSIS Total F is Total E excluding un-indentified clients: those having records with un-validated SSNs.
8. CPS Total A uses MCAID.
9. CPS Total B uses Augmented-CAID.
10. CPS Total C uses explicitly reported in Medicaid: Augmented-CAID (excluding imputed or edited responses).

                                  Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.                                  43
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  Phase II, Table 2: Medicaid Population Size, Comparison of MSIS Counts to CPS Estimates 

                                            CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight 


                                                                 State=Florida

          Selected               MSIS        MSIS        MSIS        MSIS         MSIS        MSIS          CPS        CPS      CPS
          Characteristics       Total A     Total B     Total C     Total D      Total E     Total F     Total A     Total B Total C
          Total                2,120,000 2,080,000 1,920,000 1,910,000 1,910,000 1,850,000 1,680,000 1,340,000                   920,000
          Age 0 - 5              479,000     479,000     475,000     475,000     475,000     450,000      280,000     200,000    160,000
          Age 6 - 14             490,000     489,000     485,000     485,000     485,000     481,000      400,000     260,000    180,000
          Age 15 - 17            123,000     115,000     113,000     113,000     113,000     111,000      100,000      80,000     60,000
          Age 18 - 44            583,000     560,000     469,000     468,000     468,000     451,000      360,000     320,000    200,000
          Age 45 - 64            176,000     173,000     149,000     148,000     147,000     146,000      180,000     160,000    100,000
          Age 65+                267,000     267,000     225,000     218,000     218,000     213,000      320,000     260,000    220,000
          Age N/A                    350         300          300         300         300         100      60,000      60,000     20,000
          White                1,300,000 1,270,000 1,150,000 1,150,000 1,150,000 1,130,000 1,160,000                  900,000    620,000
          Black                  745,000     736,000     698,000     696,000     695,000     681,000      480,000     440,000    280,000
          AIAN                    10,300      10,200        9,500       9,500       9,500       9,450      20,000      20,000           0
          API                     32,600      32,100      29,900       29,800      29,800      29,400      20,000            0          0
          Race Unknown            30,900      29,400      24,800       24,800      24,800            0           -           -          -
          Male                   891,000     871,000     821,000     819,000     818,000     800,000      760,000     600,000    400,000
          Female               1,230,000 1,210,000 1,090,000 1,090,000 1,090,000 1,050,000                920,000     740,000    520,000
          Hispanic               548,000     531,000     493,000     492,000     492,000     472,000      480,000     400,000    300,000
          Non-Hispanic         1,530,000 1,510,000 1,390,000 1,380,000 1,380,000 1,380,000 1,200,000                  960,000    620,000




1. All CPS Estimates are of weighted totals.
2. MSIS Total A is total enrolled in MSIS.
3. MSIS Total B is total MSIS without SCHIP.
4. MSIS Total C is total enrolled for full benefits.
5. MSIS Total D is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs.
6. MSIS Total E is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs and duplicative client accounts.
7. MSIS Total F is Total E excluding un-indentified clients: those having records with un-validated SSNs.
8. CPS Total A uses MCAID.
9. CPS Total B uses Augmented-CAID.
10. CPS Total C uses explicitly reported in Medicaid: Augmented-CAID (excluding imputed or edited responses).

                                  Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.                                  44
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  Phase II, Table 2: Medicaid Population Size, Comparison of MSIS Counts to CPS Estimates 

                                            CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight 


                                                                State=New York

         Selected               MSIS         MSIS        MSIS        MSIS        MSIS        MSIS          CPS        CPS           CPS
         Characteristics       Total A      Total B     Total C     Total D     Total E     Total F     Total A     Total B      Total C
         Total                3,260,000 3,260,000 3,210,000 3,190,000 3,150,000 2,770,000 2,720,000 2,360,000 1,680,000
         Age 0 - 5              559,000     559,000     558,000      558,000     547,000     438,000     420,000     340,000     240,000
         Age 6 - 14             615,000     615,000     613,000      613,000     602,000     566,000     660,000     500,000     380,000
         Age 15 - 17            158,000     156,000     155,000      155,000     151,000     141,000     140,000     100,000      80,000
         Age 18 - 44            992,000     989,000     976,000      975,000     962,000     883,000     660,000     620,000     440,000
         Age 45 - 64            422,000     422,000     412,000      410,000     405,000     392,000     380,000     360,000     260,000
         Age 65+                398,000     398,000     380,000      361,000     357,000     334,000     360,000     320,000     260,000
         Age N/A                120,000     120,000     120,000      120,000     120,000      16,100     100,000      80,000      20,000
         White                1,770,000 1,770,000 1,740,000 1,720,000 1,700,000 1,630,000 1,560,000 1,320,000                    880,000
         Black                1,040,000 1,040,000 1,030,000 1,030,000 1,010,000              954,000     960,000     900,000     700,000
         AIAN                    27,900       27,800      27,200      27,100      26,800      22,800      40,000      40,000      20,000
         API                    182,000     182,000     180,000      179,000     176,000     160,000     160,000     120,000      60,000
         Race Unknown           240,000     240,000     236,000      236,000     236,000            0           -            -          -
         Male                 1,370,000 1,360,000 1,350,000 1,340,000 1,320,000 1,210,000 1,160,000 1,000,000                    700,000
         Female               1,900,000 1,890,000 1,870,000 1,850,000 1,830,000 1,560,000 1,560,000 1,380,000                    980,000
         Hispanic               910,000     909,000     903,000      901,000     886,000     820,000     840,000     760,000     560,000
         Non-Hispanic         2,040,000 2,030,000 2,000,000 1,980,000 1,950,000 1,950,000 1,880,000 1,600,000 1,120,000




1. All CPS Estimates are of weighted totals.
2. MSIS Total A is total enrolled in MSIS.
3. MSIS Total B is total MSIS without SCHIP.
4. MSIS Total C is total enrolled for full benefits.
5. MSIS Total D is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs.
6. MSIS Total E is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs and duplicative client accounts.
7. MSIS Total F is Total E excluding un-indentified clients: those having records with un-validated SSNs.
8. CPS Total A uses MCAID.
9. CPS Total B uses Augmented-CAID.
10. CPS Total C uses explicitly reported in Medicaid: Augmented-CAID (excluding imputed or edited responses).

                                  Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.                                  45
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  Phase II, Table 2: Medicaid Population Size, Comparison of MSIS Counts to CPS Estimates 

                                            CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight 


                                                                    State=Texas

         Selected               MSIS         MSIS        MSIS         MSIS       MSIS        MSIS          CPS        CPS           CPS
         Characteristics       Total A      Total B     Total C      Total D    Total E     Total F     Total A     Total B      Total C
         Total                2,620,000 2,590,000 2,410,000 2,400,000 2,400,000 2,280,000 1,840,000 1,580,000 1,100,000
         Age 0 - 5              779,000     779,000     777,000      777,000     776,000     675,000     480,000     420,000     360,000
         Age 6 - 14             618,000     617,000     615,000      615,000     615,000     608,000     440,000     340,000     260,000
         Age 15 - 17            150,000     140,000     137,000      137,000     137,000     135,000     140,000     120,000      60,000
         Age 18 - 44            577,000     559,000     494,000      493,000     493,000     489,000     360,000     320,000     180,000
         Age 45 - 64            177,000     177,000     151,000      150,000     149,000     149,000     220,000     200,000     100,000
         Age 65+                321,000     321,000     235,000      229,000     229,000     224,000     180,000     160,000     120,000
         Age N/A                      50          50            0           0           0           0     60,000      40,000      20,000
         White                1,900,000 1,880,000 1,770,000 1,760,000 1,760,000 1,730,000 1,460,000 1,240,000                    900,000
         Black                  534,000     529,000     502,000      501,000     500,000     483,000     300,000     260,000     180,000
         AIAN                    27,800       27,600      26,200      26,200      26,200      25,500      20,000      20,000      20,000
         API                     48,600       48,100      46,300      46,200      46,200      44,300      60,000      60,000            0
         Race Unknown           111,000     111,000       64,200      64,200      64,200            0           -            -          -
         Male                 1,100,000 1,080,000 1,030,000 1,030,000 1,030,000              969,000     860,000     720,000     480,000
         Female               1,520,000 1,510,000 1,380,000 1,370,000 1,370,000 1,310,000                980,000     860,000     600,000
         Hispanic             1,390,000 1,370,000 1,270,000 1,270,000 1,270,000 1,200,000 1,040,000                  880,000     660,000
         Non-Hispanic         1,170,000 1,160,000 1,080,000 1,080,000 1,080,000 1,080,000                800,000     700,000     420,000




1. All CPS Estimates are of weighted totals.
2. MSIS Total A is total enrolled in MSIS.
3. MSIS Total B is total MSIS without SCHIP.
4. MSIS Total C is total enrolled for full benefits.
5. MSIS Total D is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs.
6. MSIS Total E is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs and duplicative client accounts.
7. MSIS Total F is Total E excluding un-indentified clients: those having records with un-validated SSNs.
8. CPS Total A uses MCAID.
9. CPS Total B uses Augmented-CAID.
10. CPS Total C uses explicitly reported in Medicaid: Augmented-CAID (excluding imputed or edited responses).

                                  Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.                                  46
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  Phase II, Table 2: Medicaid Population Size, Comparison of MSIS Counts to CPS Estimates 

                                              CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Re-Weighted 


                                                                 State=U.S. Total

      Selected              MSIS         MSIS          MSIS         MSIS          MSIS         MSIS           CPS          CPS               CPS
    Characteristics        Total A      Total B       Total C      Total D       Total E      Total F      Total A       Total B          Total C
   Total                45,050,000 43,650,000 39,750,000 39,600,000 38,150,000 36,200,000 29,700,000 26,150,000 18,700,000
   Age 0 - 5              9,590,000    9,340,000     9,290,000    9,290,000    8,840,000     7,820,000    5,940,000     5,180,000     4,040,000
   Age 6 - 14           10,450,000     9,790,000     9,640,000    9,640,000    9,240,000     8,990,000    7,500,000     6,280,000     4,620,000
   Age 15 - 17            2,720,000    2,480,000     2,310,000    2,310,000    2,230,000     2,150,000    1,640,000     1,380,000     1,000,000
   Age 18 - 44          13,750,000 13,550,000 10,950,000 10,950,000 10,600,000 10,250,000                 7,420,000     6,840,000     4,560,000
   Age 45 - 64            4,020,000    4,010,000     3,650,000    3,630,000    3,550,000     3,500,000    3,700,000     3,340,000     2,180,000
   Age 65+                4,380,000    4,380,000     3,770,000    3,640,000    3,580,000     3,470,000    3,340,000     3,020,000     2,260,000
   Age N/A                  139,000      135,000      129,000       129,000      129,000        21,400      160,000       140,000          40,000
   White                27,600,000 26,750,000 25,300,000 25,150,000 24,250,000 23,650,000 19,950,000 17,300,000 12,450,000
   Black                12,000,000 11,600,000 11,150,000 11,100,000 10,700,000 10,250,000                 7,880,000     7,240,000     5,080,000
   AIAN                     806,000      781,000      756,000       755,000      709,000       680,000      640,000       600,000         460,000
   API                    1,910,000    1,880,000     1,740,000    1,740,000    1,700,000     1,640,000    1,240,000     1,040,000         680,000
   Race Unknown           2,700,000    2,680,000      795,000       795,000      795,000              0             -            -              -
   Male                 18,550,000 17,850,000 16,950,000 16,900,000 16,250,000 15,450,000 13,050,000 11,350,000                       7,940,000
   Female               26,500,000 25,800,000 22,800,000 22,700,000 21,900,000 20,750,000 16,650,000 14,850,000 10,750,000
   Hispanic             10,500,000 10,350,000        8,260,000    8,250,000    7,980,000     7,490,000    6,060,000     5,320,000     3,900,000
   Non-Hispanic         32,300,000 31,150,000 30,000,000 29,850,000 28,750,000 28,750,000 23,650,000 20,850,000 14,750,000




1. All CPS Estimates are of weighted totals.
2. MSIS Total A is total enrolled in MSIS.
3. MSIS Total B is total MSIS without SCHIP.
4. MSIS Total C is total enrolled for full benefits.
5. MSIS Total D is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs.
6. MSIS Total E is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs and duplicative client accounts.
7. MSIS Total F is Total E excluding un-indentified clients: those having records with un-validated SSNs.
8. CPS Total A uses MCAID.
9. CPS Total B uses Augmented-CAID.
10. CPS Total C uses explicitly reported in Medicaid: Augmented-CAID (excluding imputed or edited responses).

                                  Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.                                    47
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  Phase II, Table 2: Medicaid Population Size, Comparison of MSIS Counts to CPS Estimates 

                                              CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Re-Weighted 


                                                               State=California

            Selected            MSIS         MSIS        MSIS        MSIS        MSIS        MSIS          CPS        CPS           CPS
          Characteristics      Total A      Total B     Total C     Total D     Total E     Total F     Total A     Total B      Total C
         Total                8,080,000 8,050,000 5,630,000 5,620,000 5,580,000 5,320,000 4,120,000 3,780,000 2,680,000
         Age 0 - 5            1,250,000 1,250,000 1,220,000 1,220,000 1,170,000 1,050,000                800,000     700,000     520,000
         Age 6 - 14           1,480,000 1,470,000 1,360,000 1,360,000 1,360,000 1,320,000 1,100,000                  980,000     700,000
         Age 15 - 17            477,000     472,000     328,000      328,000     327,000     311,000     240,000     220,000     160,000
         Age 18 - 44          3,530,000 3,530,000 1,530,000 1,530,000 1,530,000 1,480,000 1,040,000                  960,000     660,000
         Age 45 - 64            648,000     648,000     548,000      546,000     546,000     539,000     500,000     480,000     300,000
         Age 65+                684,000     684,000     651,000      643,000     643,000     630,000     440,000     420,000     320,000
         Age N/A                   5,400       5,400         150         150         150           50     20,000      20,000            0
         White                4,290,000 4,270,000 3,820,000 3,810,000 3,770,000 3,720,000 3,120,000 2,840,000 2,020,000
         Black                  941,000     940,000     815,000      814,000     808,000     779,000     400,000     380,000     260,000
         AIAN                   108,000     107,000       96,500      96,400      95,500      94,800     100,000      80,000      80,000
         API                    847,000     844,000     741,000      740,000     737,000     725,000     500,000     460,000     340,000
         Race Unknown 1,900,000 1,890,000               162,000      162,000     162,000            0           -            -          -
         Male                 2,930,000 2,920,000 2,520,000 2,510,000 2,490,000 2,380,000 1,820,000 1,640,000 1,140,000
         Female               5,150,000 5,140,000 3,120,000 3,110,000 3,090,000 2,940,000 2,300,000 2,140,000 1,540,000
         Hispanic             4,390,000 4,370,000 2,600,000 2,600,000 2,570,000 2,440,000 1,900,000 1,720,000 1,240,000
         Non-Hispanic         2,940,000 2,930,000 2,910,000 2,900,000 2,880,000 2,880,000 2,200,000 2,040,000 1,440,000




1. All CPS Estimates are of weighted totals.
2. MSIS Total A is total enrolled in MSIS.
3. MSIS Total B is total MSIS without SCHIP.
4. MSIS Total C is total enrolled for full benefits.
5. MSIS Total D is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs.
6. MSIS Total E is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs and duplicative client accounts.
7. MSIS Total F is Total E excluding un-indentified clients: those having records with un-validated SSNs.
8. CPS Total A uses MCAID.
9. CPS Total B uses Augmented-CAID.
10. CPS Total C uses explicitly reported in Medicaid: Augmented-CAID (excluding imputed or edited responses).

                                  Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.                                  48
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  Phase II, Table 2: Medicaid Population Size, Comparison of MSIS Counts to CPS Estimates 

                                              CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Re-Weighted 


                                                                 State=Florida

            Selected             MSIS        MSIS        MSIS        MSIS         MSIS        MSIS          CPS        CPS      CPS
          Characteristics       Total A     Total B     Total C     Total D      Total E     Total F     Total A     Total B Total C
          Total                2,120,000 2,080,000 1,920,000 1,910,000 1,910,000 1,850,000 1,680,000 1,320,000                   920,000
          Age 0 - 5              479,000     479,000     475,000     475,000     475,000     450,000      280,000     220,000    160,000
          Age 6 - 14             490,000     489,000     485,000     485,000     485,000     481,000      400,000     260,000    180,000
          Age 15 - 17            123,000     115,000     113,000     113,000     113,000     111,000      100,000      80,000     60,000
          Age 18 - 44            583,000     560,000     469,000     468,000     468,000     451,000      340,000     320,000    200,000
          Age 45 - 64            176,000     173,000     149,000     148,000     147,000     146,000      200,000     160,000    100,000
          Age 65+                267,000     267,000     225,000     218,000     218,000     213,000      340,000     280,000    240,000
          Age N/A                    350         300          300         300         300         100            0           0          0
          White                1,300,000 1,270,000 1,150,000 1,150,000 1,150,000 1,130,000 1,160,000                  860,000    600,000
          Black                  745,000     736,000     698,000     696,000     695,000     681,000      480,000     440,000    300,000
          AIAN                    10,300      10,200        9,500       9,500       9,500       9,450      20,000      20,000           0
          API                     32,600      32,100      29,900       29,800      29,800      29,400      20,000      20,000           0
          Race Unknown            30,900      29,400      24,800       24,800      24,800            0           -           -          -
          Male                   891,000     871,000     821,000     819,000     818,000     800,000      780,000     600,000    420,000
          Female               1,230,000 1,210,000 1,090,000 1,090,000 1,090,000 1,050,000                900,000     720,000    500,000
          Hispanic               548,000     531,000     493,000     492,000     492,000     472,000      460,000     380,000    280,000
          Non-Hispanic         1,530,000 1,510,000 1,390,000 1,380,000 1,380,000 1,380,000 1,220,000                  940,000    640,000




1. All CPS Estimates are of weighted totals.
2. MSIS Total A is total enrolled in MSIS.
3. MSIS Total B is total MSIS without SCHIP.
4. MSIS Total C is total enrolled for full benefits.
5. MSIS Total D is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs.
6. MSIS Total E is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs and duplicative client accounts.
7. MSIS Total F is Total E excluding un-indentified clients: those having records with un-validated SSNs.
8. CPS Total A uses MCAID.
9. CPS Total B uses Augmented-CAID.
10. CPS Total C uses explicitly reported in Medicaid: Augmented-CAID (excluding imputed or edited responses).

                                  Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.                                  49
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  Phase II, Table 2: Medicaid Population Size, Comparison of MSIS Counts to CPS Estimates 

                                              CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Re-Weighted 


                                                                State=New York

            Selected            MSIS         MSIS        MSIS        MSIS        MSIS        MSIS          CPS        CPS           CPS
          Characteristics      Total A      Total B     Total C     Total D     Total E     Total F     Total A     Total B      Total C
         Total                3,260,000 3,260,000 3,210,000 3,190,000 3,150,000 2,770,000 2,580,000 2,220,000 1,540,000
         Age 0 - 5              559,000     559,000     558,000      558,000     547,000     438,000     420,000     360,000     260,000
         Age 6 - 14             615,000     615,000     613,000      613,000     602,000     566,000     700,000     520,000     380,000
         Age 15 - 17            158,000     156,000     155,000      155,000     151,000     141,000     120,000      80,000      60,000
         Age 18 - 44            992,000     989,000     976,000      975,000     962,000     883,000     660,000     640,000     420,000
         Age 45 - 64            422,000     422,000     412,000      410,000     405,000     392,000     380,000     340,000     240,000
         Age 65+                398,000     398,000     380,000      361,000     357,000     334,000     300,000     280,000     180,000
         Age N/A                120,000     120,000     120,000      120,000     120,000      16,100            0           0           0
         White                1,770,000 1,770,000 1,740,000 1,720,000 1,700,000 1,630,000 1,460,000 1,200,000                    800,000
         Black                1,040,000 1,040,000 1,030,000 1,030,000 1,010,000              954,000     960,000     880,000     660,000
         AIAN                    27,900       27,800      27,200      27,100      26,800      22,800      40,000      40,000      20,000
         API                    182,000     182,000     180,000      179,000     176,000     160,000     140,000     100,000      40,000
         Race Unknown           240,000     240,000     236,000      236,000     236,000            0           -            -          -
         Male                 1,370,000 1,360,000 1,350,000 1,340,000 1,320,000 1,210,000 1,100,000                  920,000     640,000
         Female               1,900,000 1,890,000 1,870,000 1,850,000 1,830,000 1,560,000 1,480,000 1,300,000                    900,000
         Hispanic               910,000     909,000     903,000      901,000     886,000     820,000     780,000     700,000     520,000
         Non-Hispanic         2,040,000 2,030,000 2,000,000 1,980,000 1,950,000 1,950,000 1,800,000 1,520,000 1,020,000




1. All CPS Estimates are of weighted totals.
2. MSIS Total A is total enrolled in MSIS.
3. MSIS Total B is total MSIS without SCHIP.
4. MSIS Total C is total enrolled for full benefits.
5. MSIS Total D is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs.
6. MSIS Total E is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs and duplicative client accounts.
7. MSIS Total F is Total E excluding un-indentified clients: those having records with un-validated SSNs.
8. CPS Total A uses MCAID.
9. CPS Total B uses Augmented-CAID.
10. CPS Total C uses explicitly reported in Medicaid: Augmented-CAID (excluding imputed or edited responses).

                                  Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.                                  50
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  Phase II, Table 2: Medicaid Population Size, Comparison of MSIS Counts to CPS Estimates 

                                              CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Re-Weighted 


                                                                    State=Texas

            Selected            MSIS         MSIS        MSIS         MSIS       MSIS        MSIS          CPS        CPS           CPS
          Characteristics      Total A      Total B     Total C      Total D    Total E     Total F     Total A     Total B      Total C
         Total                2,620,000 2,590,000 2,410,000 2,400,000 2,400,000 2,280,000 1,960,000 1,680,000 1,140,000
         Age 0 - 5              779,000     779,000     777,000      777,000     776,000     675,000     460,000     400,000     340,000
         Age 6 - 14             618,000     617,000     615,000      615,000     615,000     608,000     480,000     380,000     280,000
         Age 15 - 17            150,000     140,000     137,000      137,000     137,000     135,000     160,000     120,000      60,000
         Age 18 - 44            577,000     559,000     494,000      493,000     493,000     489,000     380,000     340,000     180,000
         Age 45 - 64            177,000     177,000     151,000      150,000     149,000     149,000     240,000     220,000     100,000
         Age 65+                321,000     321,000     235,000      229,000     229,000     224,000     240,000     220,000     160,000
         Age N/A                      50          50            0           0           0           0     20,000      20,000            0
         White                1,900,000 1,880,000 1,770,000 1,760,000 1,760,000 1,730,000 1,560,000 1,320,000                    960,000
         Black                  534,000     529,000     502,000      501,000     500,000     483,000     300,000     260,000     160,000
         AIAN                    27,800       27,600      26,200      26,200      26,200      25,500      40,000      40,000      20,000
         API                     48,600       48,100      46,300      46,200      46,200      44,300      60,000      60,000            0
         Race Unknown           111,000     111,000       64,200      64,200      64,200            0           -            -          -
         Male                 1,100,000 1,080,000 1,030,000 1,030,000 1,030,000              969,000     920,000     760,000     520,000
         Female               1,520,000 1,510,000 1,380,000 1,370,000 1,370,000 1,310,000 1,040,000                  900,000     640,000
         Hispanic             1,390,000 1,370,000 1,270,000 1,270,000 1,270,000 1,200,000 1,100,000                  920,000     700,000
         Non-Hispanic         1,170,000 1,160,000 1,080,000 1,080,000 1,080,000 1,080,000                880,000     760,000     460,000




1. All CPS Estimates are of weighted totals.
2. MSIS Total A is total enrolled in MSIS.
3. MSIS Total B is total MSIS without SCHIP.
4. MSIS Total C is total enrolled for full benefits.
5. MSIS Total D is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs.
6. MSIS Total E is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs and duplicative client accounts.
7. MSIS Total F is Total E excluding un-indentified clients: those having records with un-validated SSNs.
8. CPS Total A uses MCAID.
9. CPS Total B uses Augmented-CAID.
10. CPS Total C uses explicitly reported in Medicaid: Augmented-CAID (excluding imputed or edited responses).

                                  Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.                                  51
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                Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                       CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight
                         Version=A: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, All CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                      Persons Not
                                                           Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                             Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                         Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                  Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                      Total
Total Unweighted Count                        9,300 (42.3%)         3,650 (16.6%)        1,450     (6.6%)      4,000 (18.2%)        400    (1.8%)      3,200 (14.5%)        22,000
Total Weighted Count                      10,900,000   (42.2%)   4,360,000 (16.9%)    1,660,000    (6.4%)   4,640,000 (17.9%)    400,000   (1.5%)   3,880,000 (15.0%)    25,850,000
Age 0 - 5                                  2,940,000 (48.7%)      720,000   (11.9%)    360,000     (6.0%)   1,160,000 (19.2%)     80,000   (1.3%)    800,000   (13.2%)    6,040,000
Age 6 - 14                                 3,460,000 (48.5%)      780,000   (10.9%)    400,000     (5.6%)   1,460,000 (20.4%)    120,000   (1.7%)    920,000   (12.9%)    7,140,000
Age 15 - 17                                 700,000    (46.1%)    140,000    (9.2%)     80,000     (5.3%)    300,000   (19.7%)    20,000   (1.3%)    260,000   (17.1%)    1,520,000
Age 18 - 44                                2,860,000 (39.8%)      920,000   (12.8%)    200,000     (2.8%)   1,480,000 (20.6%)     40,000   (0.6%)   1,660,000 (23.1%)     7,180,000
Age 45 - 64                                 920,000    (40.0%)    680,000   (29.6%)    220,000     (9.6%)    220,000    (9.6%)    40,000   (1.7%)    220,000    (9.6%)    2,300,000
Age 65+                                           0     (0.0%)   1,100,000 (65.5%)     420,000    (25.0%)     20,000    (1.2%)   120,000   (7.1%)     20,000    (1.2%)    1,680,000
White                                      7,040,000 (42.3%)     2,860,000 (17.2%)    1,100,000    (6.6%)   2,920,000 (17.5%)    260,000   (1.6%)   2,480,000 (14.9%)    16,650,000
Black                                      3,260,000 (42.9%)     1,180,000 (15.5%)     440,000     (5.8%)   1,480,000 (19.5%)    120,000   (1.6%)   1,120,000 (14.7%)     7,600,000
AIAN                                        300,000    (50.0%)    100,000   (16.7%)     40,000     (6.7%)     60,000 (10.0%)          0    (0.0%)    120,000   (20.0%)     600,000
API                                         300,000    (30.0%)    240,000   (24.0%)     80,000     (8.0%)    180,000   (18.0%)    20,000   (2.0%)    180,000   (18.0%)    1,000,000
Male                                       4,680,000 (43.5%)     1,760,000 (16.4%)     700,000     (6.5%)   1,960,000 (18.2%)    160,000   (1.5%)   1,480,000 (13.8%)    10,750,000
Female                                     6,220,000 (41.2%)     2,600,000 (17.2%)     960,000     (6.4%)   2,680,000 (17.7%)    240,000   (1.6%)   2,400,000 (15.9%)    15,100,000
Hispanic                                   2,700,000 (47.5%)      600,000   (10.6%)    320,000     (5.6%)    900,000   (15.8%)    40,000   (0.7%)   1,120,000 (19.7%)     5,680,000
Non-Hispanic                               8,200,000 (40.7%)     3,760,000 (18.7%)    1,340,000    (6.7%)   3,740,000 (18.6%)    360,000   (1.8%)   2,760,000 (13.7%)    20,150,000
CPS SSI - Yes                              1,260,000 (46.3%)     1,400,000 (51.5%)      20,000     (0.7%)     20,000    (0.7%)        0    (0.0%)     20,000    (0.7%)    2,720,000
CPS SSI - No                               9,640,000 (41.7%)     2,960,000 (12.8%)    1,640,000    (7.1%)   4,620,000 (20.0%)    400,000   (1.7%)   3,860,000 (16.7%)    23,100,000
CPS TANF - Yes                             3,540,000 (80.1%)      680,000   (15.4%)     60,000     (1.4%)     60,000    (1.4%)        0    (0.0%)     60,000    (1.4%)    4,420,000
CPS TANF - No                              7,360,000 (34.3%)     3,680,000 (17.2%)    1,620,000    (7.6%)   4,580,000 (21.4%)    400,000   (1.9%)   3,820,000 (17.8%)    21,450,000
MSIS SSI - Yes                             1,640,000 (36.3%)     1,780,000 (39.4%)     480,000    (10.6%)    280,000    (6.2%)    80,000   (1.8%)    240,000    (5.3%)    4,520,000
MSIS SSI - No                              9,260,000 (43.4%)     2,580,000 (12.1%)    1,180,000    (5.5%)   4,340,000 (20.3%)    320,000   (1.5%)   3,660,000 (17.1%)    21,350,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                         CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight
                           Version=A: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, All CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                         Persons Not
                                                              Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                            Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                     Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                     Total
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                     10,900,000   (42.2%)   4,360,000 (16.9%)    1,660,000   (6.4%)   4,640,000 (17.9%)    400,000   (1.5%)   3,880,000 (15.0%)    25,850,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                2,880,000 (62.6%)      460,000   (10.0%)    200,000    (4.3%)    280,000    (6.1%)    20,000   (0.4%)    760,000   (16.5%)    4,600,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%               1,920,000 (58.9%)      480,000   (14.7%)    200,000    (6.1%)    240,000    (7.4%)    20,000   (0.6%)    400,000   (12.3%)    3,260,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%               1,520,000 (43.7%)      820,000   (23.6%)    280,000    (8.0%)    340,000    (9.8%)    40,000   (1.1%)    480,000   (13.8%)    3,480,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%             1,240,000 (42.8%)      540,000   (18.6%)    220,000    (7.6%)    400,000   (13.8%)    40,000   (1.4%)    420,000   (14.5%)    2,900,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%              940,000    (39.2%)    420,000   (17.5%)    200,000    (8.3%)    460,000   (19.2%)    40,000   (1.7%)    360,000   (15.0%)    2,400,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%              660,000    (34.7%)    340,000   (17.9%)    140,000    (7.4%)    500,000   (26.3%)    20,000   (1.1%)    240,000   (12.6%)    1,900,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%              460,000    (30.7%)    260,000   (17.3%)     80,000    (5.3%)    420,000   (28.0%)    40,000   (2.7%)    260,000   (17.3%)    1,500,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater        1,280,000 (22.1%)     1,020,000 (17.6%)     360,000    (6.2%)   2,000,000 (34.6%)    160,000   (2.8%)    940,000   (16.3%)    5,780,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Self         2,260,000 (35.6%)     1,720,000 (27.1%)     520,000    (8.2%)    860,000   (13.6%)   120,000   (1.9%)    880,000   (13.9%)    6,340,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Spouse        480,000    (32.0%)    280,000   (18.7%)     80,000    (5.3%)    340,000   (22.7%)    40,000   (2.7%)    280,000   (18.7%)    1,500,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Non-Adult)     5,700,000 (48.7%)     1,460,000 (12.5%)     620,000    (5.3%)   2,420,000 (20.7%)    180,000   (1.5%)   1,280,000 (10.9%)    11,700,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Adult)          620,000    (36.9%)    280,000   (16.7%)     80,000    (4.8%)    300,000   (17.9%)    20,000   (1.2%)    380,000   (22.6%)    1,680,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Parent         60,000 (16.7%)       160,000   (44.4%)     60,000 (16.7%)       20,000    (5.6%)    20,000   (5.6%)     40,000 (11.1%)       360,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Other        1,780,000 (41.6%)      460,000   (10.7%)    280,000    (6.5%)    680,000   (15.9%)    40,000   (0.9%)   1,040,000 (24.3%)     4,280,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                       CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight
                         Version=A: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, All CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=3

                                                                                                                            Persons Not
                                                                 Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                   Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                               Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                        Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                    Total
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: Yes                 3,360,000 (58.9%)      520,000    (9.1%)    140,000    (2.5%)    840,000   (14.7%)    40,000   (0.7%)    800,000   (14.0%)    5,700,000
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: No                  7,480,000 (37.5%)     3,820,000 (19.1%)    1,520,000   (7.6%)   3,740,000 (18.7%)    380,000   (1.9%)   3,040,000 (15.2%)    19,950,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Medical Svc. Not Rcvd.         300,000   (19.2%)    200,000   (12.8%)    100,000    (6.4%)    540,000   (34.6%)    40,000   (2.6%)    400,000   (25.6%)    1,560,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Med. Service Received        2,600,000 (37.8%)     1,640,000 (23.8%)     580,000    (8.4%)    940,000   (13.7%)   140,000   (2.0%)    980,000   (14.2%)    6,880,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Svc. Not Noted        1,280,000 (33.3%)      520,000   (13.5%)    240,000    (6.3%)   1,080,000 (28.1%)     60,000   (1.6%)    660,000   (17.2%)    3,840,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Service Noted         6,660,000 (49.9%)     1,980,000 (14.8%)     720,000    (5.4%)   2,020,000 (15.1%)    160,000   (1.2%)   1,800,000 (13.5%)    13,350,000
No MAX Data Available                              60,000 (33.3%)       20,000 (11.1%)            0    (0.0%)     60,000 (33.3%)          0    (0.0%)     40,000 (22.2%)       180,000
Received Benefits in Survey Year

   Began Rcvng. Q1 Prev. Year or Earlier        8,680,000 (49.3%)     3,380,000 (19.2%)    1,140,000   (6.5%)   2,180,000 (12.4%)    260,000   (1.5%)   1,980,000 (11.3%)    17,600,000
   Began Receiving Q2 Prev. Year                  500,000   (39.7%)    200,000   (15.9%)     80,000    (6.3%)    260,000   (20.6%)    20,000   (1.6%)    200,000   (15.9%)    1,260,000
   Began Receiving Q3 Prev. Year                  460,000   (38.3%)    200,000   (16.7%)    100,000    (8.3%)    220,000   (18.3%)    20,000   (1.7%)    200,000   (16.7%)    1,200,000
   Began Receiving Q4 Prev. Year                  420,000   (31.3%)    180,000   (13.4%)     80,000    (6.0%)    320,000   (23.9%)    40,000   (3.0%)    320,000   (23.9%)    1,340,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year        140,000   (29.2%)     40,000    (8.3%)     40,000    (8.3%)    100,000   (20.8%)    20,000   (4.2%)    160,000   (33.3%)     480,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year      780,000   (35.8%)    340,000   (15.6%)    140,000    (6.4%)    460,000   (21.1%)    40,000   (1.8%)    440,000   (20.2%)    2,180,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year        9,160,000 (48.9%)     3,560,000 (19.0%)    1,220,000   (6.5%)   2,400,000 (12.8%)    280,000   (1.5%)   2,100,000 (11.2%)    18,750,000
Did Not Receive Benefits in Survey Year

   Last Received Q1 Prev. Year                    120,000   (11.8%)     80,000    (7.8%)     60,000    (5.9%)    460,000   (45.1%)    20,000   (2.0%)    280,000   (27.5%)    1,020,000
   Last Received Q2 Prev. Year                    160,000   (15.7%)     80,000    (7.8%)     80,000    (7.8%)    440,000   (43.1%)    20,000   (2.0%)    280,000   (27.5%)    1,020,000
   Last Received Q3 Prev. Year                    240,000   (19.7%)    120,000    (9.8%)     80,000    (6.6%)    420,000   (34.4%)    20,000   (1.6%)    320,000   (26.2%)    1,220,000
   Last Received Q4 Prev. Year                    320,000   (27.1%)    140,000   (11.9%)     60,000    (5.1%)    340,000   (28.8%)    20,000   (1.7%)    300,000   (25.4%)    1,180,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year        100,000   (12.5%)     60,000    (7.5%)     40,000    (5.0%)    360,000   (45.0%)    20,000   (2.5%)    240,000   (30.0%)     800,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year      200,000   (14.7%)    120,000    (8.8%)     80,000    (5.9%)    560,000   (41.2%)    20,000   (1.5%)    340,000   (25.0%)    1,360,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year          540,000   (23.5%)    240,000   (10.4%)    140,000    (6.1%)    740,000   (32.2%)    40,000   (1.7%)    600,000   (26.1%)    2,300,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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                Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                       CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight
                       Version=B: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, Edited CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                     Persons Not
                                                          Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                            Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                        Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                 Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured       Total
Total Unweighted Count                        550    (52.4%)      550    (52.4%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)      1,050
Total Weighted Count                       640,000   (50.8%)   640,000   (50.8%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,260,000
Age 0 - 5                                  160,000   (61.5%)   100,000   (38.5%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    260,000
Age 6 - 14                                 180,000   (60.0%)   120,000   (40.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    300,000
Age 15 - 17                                 40,000 (66.7%)      20,000 (33.3%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     60,000
Age 18 - 44                                220,000   (55.0%)   180,000   (45.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    400,000
Age 45 - 64                                 20,000 (14.3%)     120,000   (85.7%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    140,000
Age 65+                                         0     (0.0%)   100,000 (100.0%)      0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    100,000
White                                      360,000   (48.6%)   380,000   (51.4%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    740,000
Black                                      240,000   (54.5%)   200,000   (45.5%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    440,000
AIAN                                        20,000 (100.0%)         0     (0.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     20,000
API                                         20,000 (33.3%)      40,000 (66.7%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     60,000
Male                                       260,000   (50.0%)   260,000   (50.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    520,000
Female                                     380,000   (50.0%)   380,000   (50.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    760,000
Hispanic                                   140,000   (58.3%)   100,000   (41.7%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    240,000
Non-Hispanic                               480,000   (47.1%)   540,000   (52.9%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,020,000
CPS SSI - Yes                               80,000 (21.1%)     300,000   (78.9%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    380,000
CPS SSI - No                               560,000   (63.6%)   340,000   (38.6%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    880,000
CPS TANF - Yes                             340,000   (58.6%)   220,000   (37.9%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    580,000
CPS TANF - No                              300,000   (42.9%)   400,000   (57.1%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    700,000
MSIS SSI - Yes                              80,000 (21.1%)     300,000   (78.9%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    380,000
MSIS SSI - No                              560,000   (63.6%)   320,000   (36.4%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    880,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                        CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight
                        Version=B: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, Edited CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                         Persons Not
                                                              Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                            Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                     Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured       Total
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                       640,000   (50.8%)   640,000   (50.8%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,260,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                 200,000   (71.4%)    80,000 (28.6%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    280,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%                100,000   (50.0%)   100,000   (50.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    200,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%                 60,000 (33.3%)     120,000   (66.7%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    180,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%               80,000 (66.7%)      60,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    120,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%               60,000 (50.0%)      40,000 (33.3%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    120,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%               20,000 (25.0%)      60,000 (75.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     80,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%               40,000 (66.7%)      40,000 (66.7%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     60,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater          80,000 (40.0%)     120,000   (60.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    200,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Self          120,000   (35.3%)   220,000   (64.7%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    340,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Spouse         40,000 (50.0%)      60,000 (75.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     80,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Non-Adult)      320,000   (59.3%)   220,000   (40.7%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    540,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Adult)           80,000 (57.1%)      60,000 (42.9%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    140,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Parent             0     (0.0%)    20,000 (100.0%)      0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     20,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Other          80,000 (57.1%)      60,000 (42.9%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    140,000




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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                       CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight
                       Version=B: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, Edited CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=3

                                                                                                                            Persons Not
                                                                 Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                   Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                               Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                        Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured       Total
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: Yes                   240,000   (63.2%)   140,000   (36.8%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   380,000
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: No                    400,000   (44.4%)   500,000   (55.6%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   900,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Medical Svc. Not Rcvd.          40,000 (50.0%)      40,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    80,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Med. Service Received          140,000   (41.2%)   200,000   (58.8%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   340,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Svc. Not Noted          140,000   (50.0%)   140,000   (50.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   280,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Service Noted           320,000   (57.1%)   240,000   (42.9%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   560,000
Received Benefits in Survey Year

   Began Rcvng. Q1 Prev. Year or Earlier          420,000   (45.7%)   480,000   (52.2%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   920,000
   Began Receiving Q2 Prev. Year                   40,000 (66.7%)      20,000 (33.3%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    60,000
   Began Receiving Q3 Prev. Year                   20,000 (50.0%)      20,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    40,000
   Began Receiving Q4 Prev. Year                   40,000 (50.0%)      40,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    80,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year         20,000 (100.0%)         0     (0.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    20,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year       40,000 (40.0%)      60,000 (60.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   100,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year          460,000   (47.9%)   500,000   (52.1%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   960,000
Did Not Receive Benefits in Survey Year

   Last Received Q1 Prev. Year                     20,000 (50.0%)          0     (0.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    40,000
   Last Received Q2 Prev. Year                     20,000 (50.0%)      20,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    40,000
   Last Received Q3 Prev. Year                     40,000 (100.0%)     20,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    40,000
   Last Received Q4 Prev. Year                     40,000 (66.7%)      20,000 (33.3%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    60,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year         20,000 (100.0%)         0     (0.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    20,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year       40,000 (66.7%)      40,000 (66.7%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    60,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year           60,000 (75.0%)      20,000 (25.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    80,000




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                Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                    CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight
                    Version=C: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, Imputed CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                   Persons Not
                                                        Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                          Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                      Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics               Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured              Total
Total Unweighted Count                       450   (17.3%)      450    (17.3%)      100    (3.8%)        900   (34.6%)      50    (1.9%)      600    (23.1%)      2,600
Total Weighted Count                     580,000   (18.0%)   580,000   (18.0%)   140,000   (4.3%)   1,060,000 (32.9%)    80,000   (2.5%)   780,000   (24.2%)   3,220,000
Age 0 - 5                                160,000   (22.2%)   120,000   (16.7%)    20,000   (2.8%)    220,000   (30.6%)       0    (0.0%)   180,000   (25.0%)    720,000
Age 6 - 14                               180,000   (20.0%)   200,000   (22.2%)        0    (0.0%)    320,000   (35.6%)       0    (0.0%)   200,000   (22.2%)    900,000
Age 15 - 17                               40,000 (20.0%)      20,000 (10.0%)          0    (0.0%)     80,000 (40.0%)         0    (0.0%)    60,000 (30.0%)      200,000
Age 18 - 44                              140,000   (16.3%)   100,000   (11.6%)    20,000   (2.3%)    320,000   (37.2%)       0    (0.0%)   260,000   (30.2%)    860,000
Age 45 - 64                               40,000 (13.3%)      60,000 (20.0%)      20,000   (6.7%)    100,000   (33.3%)       0    (0.0%)    60,000 (20.0%)      300,000
Age 65+                                       0     (0.0%)    80,000 (36.4%)      80,000 (36.4%)      20,000    (9.1%)   60,000 (27.3%)         0     (0.0%)    220,000
White                                    320,000   (16.8%)   340,000   (17.9%)    80,000   (4.2%)    640,000   (33.7%)   40,000   (2.1%)   480,000   (25.3%)   1,900,000
Black                                    240,000   (21.8%)   200,000   (18.2%)    40,000   (3.6%)    340,000   (30.9%)   20,000   (1.8%)   260,000   (23.6%)   1,100,000
AIAN                                          0     (0.0%)         0    (0.0%)        0    (0.0%)     20,000 (33.3%)         0    (0.0%)    20,000 (33.3%)       60,000
API                                           0     (0.0%)    40,000 (28.6%)          0    (0.0%)     60,000 (42.9%)         0    (0.0%)    20,000 (14.3%)      140,000
Male                                     260,000   (18.6%)   260,000   (18.6%)    60,000   (4.3%)    460,000   (32.9%)   20,000   (1.4%)   320,000   (22.9%)   1,400,000
Female                                   320,000   (17.6%)   320,000   (17.6%)    80,000   (4.4%)    600,000   (33.0%)   40,000   (2.2%)   460,000   (25.3%)   1,820,000
Hispanic                                 140,000   (21.2%)   120,000   (18.2%)    20,000   (3.0%)    200,000   (30.3%)   20,000   (3.0%)   160,000   (24.2%)    660,000
Non-Hispanic                             440,000   (17.3%)   460,000   (18.1%)   120,000   (4.7%)    860,000   (33.9%)   60,000   (2.4%)   620,000   (24.4%)   2,540,000
CPS SSI - Yes                             80,000 (44.4%)     100,000   (55.6%)        0    (0.0%)          0    (0.0%)       0    (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)    180,000
CPS SSI - No                             500,000   (16.4%)   480,000   (15.8%)   140,000   (4.6%)   1,060,000 (34.9%)    80,000   (2.6%)   780,000   (25.7%)   3,040,000
CPS TANF - Yes                           180,000   (56.3%)   120,000   (37.5%)        0    (0.0%)     20,000    (6.3%)       0    (0.0%)    20,000    (6.3%)    320,000
CPS TANF - No                            400,000   (13.8%)   460,000   (15.9%)   140,000   (4.8%)   1,040,000 (35.9%)    80,000   (2.8%)   760,000   (26.2%)   2,900,000
MSIS SSI - Yes                           100,000   (18.5%)   140,000   (25.9%)    80,000 (14.8%)     120,000   (22.2%)   40,000   (7.4%)    60,000 (11.1%)      540,000
MSIS SSI - No                            480,000   (18.0%)   440,000   (16.5%)    60,000   (2.3%)    940,000   (35.3%)   40,000   (1.5%)   700,000   (26.3%)   2,660,000




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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                      CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight
                      Version=C: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, Imputed CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                         Persons Not
                                                              Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                            Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                     Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured              Total
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                       580,000   (18.0%)   580,000   (18.0%)   140,000   (4.3%)   1,060,000 (32.9%)    80,000   (2.5%)   780,000   (24.2%)   3,220,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                 160,000   (30.8%)   100,000   (19.2%)        0    (0.0%)     80,000 (15.4%)         0    (0.0%)   140,000   (26.9%)    520,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%                 60,000 (25.0%)      60,000 (25.0%)          0    (0.0%)     40,000 (16.7%)         0    (0.0%)    80,000 (33.3%)      240,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%                 60,000 (23.1%)      40,000 (15.4%)      20,000   (7.7%)     80,000 (30.8%)     20,000   (7.7%)    40,000 (15.4%)      260,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%               40,000 (14.3%)      60,000 (21.4%)      20,000   (7.1%)     80,000 (28.6%)         0    (0.0%)    60,000 (21.4%)      280,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%               60,000 (21.4%)      40,000 (14.3%)      20,000   (7.1%)     60,000 (21.4%)         0    (0.0%)    80,000 (28.6%)      280,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%               60,000 (21.4%)      40,000 (14.3%)          0    (0.0%)    120,000   (42.9%)       0    (0.0%)    40,000 (14.3%)      280,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%               20,000 (11.1%)      20,000 (11.1%)          0    (0.0%)     80,000 (44.4%)         0    (0.0%)    60,000 (33.3%)      180,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater         100,000    (8.6%)   180,000   (15.5%)    60,000   (5.2%)    540,000   (46.6%)   40,000   (3.4%)   240,000   (20.7%)   1,160,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Self          100,000   (13.5%)   120,000   (16.2%)    80,000 (10.8%)     220,000   (29.7%)   40,000   (5.4%)   160,000   (21.6%)    740,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Spouse         20,000 (11.1%)      20,000 (11.1%)          0    (0.0%)     80,000 (44.4%)     20,000 (11.1%)     40,000 (22.2%)      180,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Non-Adult)      280,000   (20.0%)   300,000   (21.4%)    20,000   (1.4%)    520,000   (37.1%)       0    (0.0%)   260,000   (18.6%)   1,400,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Adult)           40,000 (16.7%)      40,000 (16.7%)      20,000   (8.3%)     80,000 (33.3%)         0    (0.0%)    60,000 (25.0%)      240,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Parent             0     (0.0%)    20,000 (33.3%)          0    (0.0%)     20,000 (33.3%)         0    (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)     60,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Other         120,000   (20.0%)    60,000 (10.0%)      20,000   (3.3%)    160,000   (26.7%)       0    (0.0%)   240,000   (40.0%)    600,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                      CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight
                      Version=C: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, Imputed CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=3

                                                                                                                            Persons Not
                                                                 Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                   Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                               Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                        Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured             Total
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: Yes                   160,000   (23.5%)   120,000   (17.6%)    20,000   (2.9%)   180,000   (26.5%)       0    (0.0%)   200,000   (29.4%)    680,000
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: No                    400,000   (16.0%)   460,000   (18.4%)   140,000   (5.6%)   880,000   (35.2%)   80,000   (3.2%)   560,000   (22.4%)   2,500,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Medical Svc. Not Rcvd.          40,000 (18.2%)      20,000    (9.1%)        0    (0.0%)    80,000 (36.4%)         0    (0.0%)    80,000 (36.4%)      220,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Med. Service Received          160,000   (19.5%)   140,000   (17.1%)    80,000   (9.8%)   260,000   (31.7%)   40,000   (4.9%)   140,000   (17.1%)    820,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Svc. Not Noted           60,000 (11.1%)     120,000   (22.2%)        0    (0.0%)   180,000   (33.3%)   20,000   (3.7%)   140,000   (25.9%)    540,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Service Noted           320,000   (19.8%)   280,000   (17.3%)    40,000   (2.5%)   540,000   (33.3%)   20,000   (1.2%)   420,000   (25.9%)   1,620,000
No MAX Data Available                                  0     (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)        0    (0.0%)    20,000 (100.0%)        0    (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)     20,000
Received Benefits in Survey Year

   Began Rcvng. Q1 Prev. Year or Earlier          400,000   (18.3%)   460,000   (21.1%)   100,000   (4.6%)   640,000   (29.4%)   60,000   (2.8%)   520,000   (23.9%)   2,180,000
   Began Receiving Q2 Prev. Year                   20,000 (14.3%)      20,000 (14.3%)          0    (0.0%)    60,000 (42.9%)         0    (0.0%)    20,000 (14.3%)      140,000
   Began Receiving Q3 Prev. Year                   40,000 (22.2%)      20,000 (11.1%)          0    (0.0%)    80,000 (44.4%)         0    (0.0%)    40,000 (22.2%)      180,000
   Began Receiving Q4 Prev. Year                   40,000 (25.0%)      20,000 (12.5%)          0    (0.0%)    40,000 (25.0%)         0    (0.0%)    60,000 (37.5%)      160,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year         20,000 (25.0%)          0     (0.0%)        0    (0.0%)    20,000 (25.0%)         0    (0.0%)    40,000 (50.0%)       80,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year       60,000 (25.0%)      40,000 (16.7%)          0    (0.0%)   100,000   (41.7%)       0    (0.0%)    40,000 (16.7%)      240,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year          420,000   (17.9%)   480,000   (20.5%)   120,000   (5.1%)   720,000   (30.8%)   60,000   (2.6%)   540,000   (23.1%)   2,340,000
Did Not Receive Benefits in Survey Year

   Last Received Q1 Prev. Year                     20,000 (14.3%)      20,000 (14.3%)          0    (0.0%)    60,000 (42.9%)         0    (0.0%)    40,000 (28.6%)      140,000
   Last Received Q2 Prev. Year                     20,000 (16.7%)      20,000 (16.7%)          0    (0.0%)    60,000 (50.0%)         0    (0.0%)    20,000 (16.7%)      120,000
   Last Received Q3 Prev. Year                     20,000 (12.5%)      20,000 (12.5%)          0    (0.0%)    80,000 (50.0%)         0    (0.0%)    40,000 (25.0%)      160,000
   Last Received Q4 Prev. Year                     20,000 (14.3%)      20,000 (14.3%)          0    (0.0%)    40,000 (28.6%)         0    (0.0%)    40,000 (28.6%)      140,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year             0     (0.0%)    20,000 (20.0%)          0    (0.0%)    40,000 (40.0%)         0    (0.0%)    40,000 (40.0%)      100,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year       20,000 (12.5%)      20,000 (12.5%)          0    (0.0%)    80,000 (50.0%)         0    (0.0%)    20,000 (12.5%)      160,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year           40,000 (13.3%)      40,000 (13.3%)      20,000   (6.7%)   120,000   (40.0%)       0    (0.0%)    80,000 (26.7%)      300,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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                Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                       CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight
                       Version=D: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, Explicit CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                      Persons Not
                                                           Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                             Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                         Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                  Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                     Total
Total Unweighted Count                        8,250 (45.1%)        2,650 (14.5%)        1,350     (7.4%)      3,100 (16.9%)        300    (1.6%)      2,600 (14.2%)        18,300
Total Weighted Count                       9,700,000 (45.4%)    3,140,000 (14.7%)    1,520,000    (7.1%)   3,560,000 (16.7%)    340,000   (1.6%)   3,120,000 (14.6%)    21,350,000
Age 0 - 5                                  2,600,000 (51.2%)     500,000    (9.8%)    340,000     (6.7%)    940,000   (18.5%)    80,000   (1.6%)    620,000   (12.2%)    5,080,000
Age 6 - 14                                 3,100,000 (52.4%)     460,000    (7.8%)    400,000     (6.8%)   1,140,000 (19.3%)    100,000   (1.7%)    720,000   (12.2%)    5,920,000
Age 15 - 17                                 620,000   (50.0%)    100,000    (8.1%)     60,000     (4.8%)    220,000   (17.7%)    20,000   (1.6%)    200,000   (16.1%)    1,240,000
Age 18 - 44                                2,500,000 (42.2%)     640,000   (10.8%)    180,000     (3.0%)   1,140,000 (19.3%)     40,000   (0.7%)   1,400,000 (23.6%)     5,920,000
Age 45 - 64                                 860,000   (46.2%)    520,000   (28.0%)    180,000     (9.7%)    120,000    (6.5%)    20,000   (1.1%)    160,000    (8.6%)    1,860,000
Age 65+                                           0    (0.0%)    920,000   (67.6%)    340,000    (25.0%)          0    (0.0%)    80,000   (5.9%)     20,000    (1.5%)    1,360,000
White                                      6,360,000 (45.4%)    2,140,000 (15.3%)    1,020,000    (7.3%)   2,280,000 (16.3%)    220,000   (1.6%)   2,000,000 (14.3%)    14,000,000
Black                                      2,800,000 (46.2%)     780,000   (12.9%)    400,000     (6.6%)   1,140,000 (18.8%)    100,000   (1.7%)    860,000   (14.2%)    6,060,000
AIAN                                        260,000   (50.0%)     80,000 (15.4%)       40,000     (7.7%)     40,000    (7.7%)        0    (0.0%)    100,000   (19.2%)     520,000
API                                         280,000   (35.9%)    160,000   (20.5%)     80,000 (10.3%)       100,000   (12.8%)    20,000   (2.6%)    140,000   (17.9%)     780,000
Male                                       4,180,000 (47.3%)    1,240,000 (14.0%)     640,000     (7.2%)   1,500,000 (17.0%)    140,000   (1.6%)   1,160,000 (13.1%)     8,840,000
Female                                     5,520,000 (44.2%)    1,900,000 (15.2%)     880,000     (7.0%)   2,080,000 (16.6%)    200,000   (1.6%)   1,960,000 (15.7%)    12,500,000
Hispanic                                   2,400,000 (50.2%)     380,000    (7.9%)    300,000     (6.3%)    700,000   (14.6%)    40,000   (0.8%)    960,000   (20.1%)    4,780,000
Non-Hispanic                               7,280,000 (43.9%)    2,760,000 (16.6%)    1,220,000    (7.3%)   2,880,000 (17.3%)    300,000   (1.8%)   2,160,000 (13.0%)    16,600,000
CPS SSI - Yes                              1,100,000 (50.5%)    1,020,000 (46.8%)      20,000     (0.9%)          0    (0.0%)        0    (0.0%)     20,000    (0.9%)    2,180,000
CPS SSI - No                               8,580,000 (44.7%)    2,120,000 (11.0%)    1,500,000    (7.8%)   3,560,000 (18.5%)    320,000   (1.7%)   3,100,000 (16.1%)    19,200,000
CPS TANF - Yes                             3,040,000 (85.9%)     340,000    (9.6%)     60,000     (1.7%)     40,000    (1.1%)        0    (0.0%)     60,000    (1.7%)    3,540,000
CPS TANF - No                              6,660,000 (37.3%)    2,800,000 (15.7%)    1,460,000    (8.2%)   3,520,000 (19.7%)    320,000   (1.8%)   3,060,000 (17.1%)    17,850,000
MSIS SSI - Yes                             1,460,000 (40.8%)    1,340,000 (37.4%)     400,000    (11.2%)    160,000    (4.5%)    40,000   (1.1%)    160,000    (4.5%)    3,580,000
MSIS SSI - No                              8,220,000 (46.2%)    1,800,000 (10.1%)    1,120,000    (6.3%)   3,400,000 (19.1%)    280,000   (1.6%)   2,940,000 (16.5%)    17,800,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                       CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight
                       Version=D: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, Explicit CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                         Persons Not
                                                              Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                            Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                     Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                    Total
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                     9,700,000 (45.4%)     3,140,000 (14.7%)    1,520,000   (7.1%)   3,560,000 (16.7%)    340,000   (1.6%)   3,120,000 (14.6%)    21,350,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%               2,520,000 (66.3%)      280,000    (7.4%)    180,000    (4.7%)    200,000    (5.3%)    20,000   (0.5%)    600,000   (15.8%)    3,800,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%              1,760,000 (62.4%)      320,000   (11.3%)    180,000    (6.4%)    200,000    (7.1%)    20,000   (0.7%)    320,000   (11.3%)    2,820,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%              1,400,000 (46.1%)      640,000   (21.1%)    260,000    (8.6%)    260,000    (8.6%)    40,000   (1.3%)    440,000   (14.5%)    3,040,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%            1,120,000 (45.2%)      420,000   (16.9%)    220,000    (8.9%)    340,000   (13.7%)    40,000   (1.6%)    360,000   (14.5%)    2,480,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%              820,000   (40.6%)    340,000   (16.8%)    180,000    (8.9%)    380,000   (18.8%)    40,000   (2.0%)    260,000   (12.9%)    2,020,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%              580,000   (37.7%)    240,000   (15.6%)    120,000    (7.8%)    380,000   (24.7%)    20,000   (1.3%)    200,000   (13.0%)    1,540,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%              400,000   (32.3%)    200,000   (16.1%)     60,000    (4.8%)    320,000   (25.8%)    20,000   (1.6%)    220,000   (17.7%)    1,240,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater       1,100,000 (24.9%)      720,000   (16.3%)    300,000    (6.8%)   1,480,000 (33.5%)    120,000   (2.7%)    700,000   (15.8%)    4,420,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Self        2,040,000 (38.8%)     1,360,000 (25.9%)     440,000    (8.4%)    640,000   (12.2%)    80,000   (1.5%)    700,000   (13.3%)    5,260,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Spouse        420,000   (33.9%)    220,000   (17.7%)     80,000    (6.5%)    260,000   (21.0%)    20,000   (1.6%)    240,000   (19.4%)    1,240,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Non-Adult)    5,100,000 (52.3%)      920,000    (9.4%)    620,000    (6.4%)   1,900,000 (19.5%)    180,000   (1.8%)   1,040,000 (10.7%)     9,760,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Adult)          500,000   (38.5%)    180,000   (13.8%)     60,000    (4.6%)    220,000   (16.9%)    20,000   (1.5%)    320,000   (24.6%)    1,300,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Parent         40,000 (14.3%)      120,000   (42.9%)     60,000 (21.4%)       20,000    (7.1%)    20,000   (7.1%)     20,000    (7.1%)     280,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Other       1,580,000 (44.6%)      320,000    (9.0%)    260,000    (7.3%)    520,000   (14.7%)    40,000   (1.1%)    800,000   (22.6%)    3,540,000




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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                      CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight
                      Version=D: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, Explicit CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=3

                                                                                                                            Persons Not
                                                                 Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                   Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                               Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                        Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                     Total
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: Yes                 2,960,000 (63.8%)      260,000    (5.6%)    140,000     (3.0%)    660,000   (14.2%)    20,000   (0.4%)    600,000   (12.9%)    4,640,000
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: No                  6,680,000 (40.2%)     2,880,000 (17.3%)    1,380,000    (8.3%)   2,860,000 (17.2%)    300,000   (1.8%)   2,480,000 (14.9%)    16,600,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Medical Svc. Not Rcvd.         240,000   (19.0%)    120,000    (9.5%)     80,000     (6.3%)    460,000   (36.5%)    20,000   (1.6%)    340,000   (27.0%)    1,260,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Med. Service Received        2,280,000 (39.7%)     1,300,000 (22.6%)     500,000     (8.7%)    680,000   (11.8%)   100,000   (1.7%)    840,000   (14.6%)    5,740,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Svc. Not Noted        1,080,000 (35.5%)      240,000    (7.9%)    240,000     (7.9%)    880,000   (28.9%)    60,000   (2.0%)    520,000   (17.1%)    3,040,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Service Noted         6,040,000 (53.9%)     1,460,000 (13.0%)     680,000     (6.1%)   1,500,000 (13.4%)    140,000   (1.3%)   1,380,000 (12.3%)    11,200,000
No MAX Data Available                              60,000 (37.5%)       20,000 (12.5%)            0     (0.0%)     40,000 (25.0%)          0    (0.0%)     40,000 (25.0%)       160,000
Received Benefits in Survey Year

   Began Rcvng. Q1 Prev. Year or Earlier        7,860,000 (54.2%)     2,440,000 (16.8%)    1,040,000    (7.2%)   1,520,000 (10.5%)    180,000   (1.2%)   1,460,000 (10.1%)    14,500,000
   Began Receiving Q2 Prev. Year                  460,000   (43.4%)    140,000   (13.2%)     80,000     (7.5%)    180,000   (17.0%)    20,000   (1.9%)    160,000   (15.1%)    1,060,000
   Began Receiving Q3 Prev. Year                  400,000   (40.8%)    140,000   (14.3%)    100,000    (10.2%)    160,000   (16.3%)    20,000   (2.0%)    180,000   (18.4%)     980,000
   Began Receiving Q4 Prev. Year                  340,000   (30.9%)    120,000   (10.9%)     60,000     (5.5%)    280,000   (25.5%)    20,000   (1.8%)    280,000   (25.5%)    1,100,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year        100,000   (26.3%)     20,000    (5.3%)     40,000 (10.5%)       100,000   (26.3%)    20,000   (5.3%)    120,000   (31.6%)     380,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year      680,000   (37.0%)    240,000   (13.0%)    120,000     (6.5%)    360,000   (19.6%)    20,000   (1.1%)    400,000   (21.7%)    1,840,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year        8,260,000 (53.5%)     2,580,000 (16.7%)    1,120,000    (7.2%)   1,680,000 (10.9%)    220,000   (1.4%)   1,560,000 (10.1%)    15,450,000
Did Not Receive Benefits in Survey Year

   Last Received Q1 Prev. Year                     80,000    (9.3%)     40,000    (4.7%)     40,000     (4.7%)    420,000   (48.8%)    20,000   (2.3%)    240,000   (27.9%)     860,000
   Last Received Q2 Prev. Year                    120,000   (14.0%)     60,000    (7.0%)     60,000     (7.0%)    360,000   (41.9%)    20,000   (2.3%)    260,000   (30.2%)     860,000
   Last Received Q3 Prev. Year                    180,000   (17.6%)    100,000    (9.8%)     80,000     (7.8%)    360,000   (35.3%)    20,000   (2.0%)    280,000   (27.5%)    1,020,000
   Last Received Q4 Prev. Year                    260,000   (26.5%)    100,000   (10.2%)     40,000     (4.1%)    300,000   (30.6%)    20,000   (2.0%)    260,000   (26.5%)     980,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year         60,000    (9.1%)     40,000    (6.1%)     40,000     (6.1%)    320,000   (48.5%)    20,000   (3.0%)    200,000   (30.3%)     660,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year      140,000   (12.3%)     80,000    (7.0%)     80,000     (7.0%)    480,000   (42.1%)    20,000   (1.8%)    320,000   (28.1%)    1,140,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year          440,000   (22.9%)    180,000    (9.4%)    140,000     (7.3%)    620,000   (32.3%)    40,000   (2.1%)    520,000   (27.1%)    1,920,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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                Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                       CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight
                         Version=E: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, All CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                      Persons Not
                                                           Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                             Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                         Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                  Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                      Total
Total Unweighted Count                        9,500 (40.9%)         3,850 (16.6%)        1,700     (7.3%)      4,250 (18.3%)        450    (1.9%)      3,450 (14.9%)        23,200
Total Weighted Count                      11,150,000   (40.8%)   4,580,000 (16.8%)    1,960,000    (7.2%)   4,940,000 (18.1%)    520,000   (1.9%)   4,160,000 (15.2%)    27,300,000
Age 0 - 5                                  2,960,000 (48.4%)      720,000   (11.8%)    360,000     (5.9%)   1,180,000 (19.3%)     80,000   (1.3%)    800,000   (13.1%)    6,120,000
Age 6 - 14                                 3,520,000 (47.4%)      820,000   (11.1%)    440,000     (5.9%)   1,560,000 (21.0%)    120,000   (1.6%)    960,000   (12.9%)    7,420,000
Age 15 - 17                                 760,000    (46.3%)    160,000    (9.8%)     80,000     (4.9%)    320,000   (19.5%)    20,000   (1.2%)    280,000   (17.1%)    1,640,000
Age 18 - 44                                2,960,000 (38.7%)      940,000   (12.3%)    220,000     (2.9%)   1,620,000 (21.2%)     40,000   (0.5%)   1,840,000 (24.1%)     7,640,000
Age 45 - 64                                 960,000    (38.7%)    740,000   (29.8%)    280,000    (11.3%)    220,000    (8.9%)    40,000   (1.6%)    240,000    (9.7%)    2,480,000
Age 65+                                           0     (0.0%)   1,200,000 (58.8%)     580,000    (28.4%)     20,000    (1.0%)   200,000   (9.8%)     20,000    (1.0%)    2,040,000
White                                      7,220,000 (40.8%)     3,020,000 (17.1%)    1,340,000    (7.6%)   3,120,000 (17.6%)    340,000   (1.9%)   2,680,000 (15.1%)    17,700,000
Black                                      3,320,000 (41.9%)     1,220,000 (15.4%)     500,000     (6.3%)   1,560,000 (19.7%)    160,000   (2.0%)   1,180,000 (14.9%)     7,920,000
AIAN                                        300,000    (46.9%)    100,000   (15.6%)     40,000     (6.3%)     80,000 (12.5%)          0    (0.0%)    120,000   (18.8%)     640,000
API                                         320,000    (30.8%)    260,000   (25.0%)    100,000     (9.6%)    180,000   (17.3%)    20,000   (1.9%)    180,000   (17.3%)    1,040,000
Male                                       4,800,000 (42.5%)     1,860,000 (16.5%)     800,000     (7.1%)   2,080,000 (18.4%)    200,000   (1.8%)   1,580,000 (14.0%)    11,300,000
Female                                     6,360,000 (39.8%)     2,720,000 (17.0%)    1,160,000    (7.3%)   2,860,000 (17.9%)    300,000   (1.9%)   2,600,000 (16.3%)    16,000,000
Hispanic                                   2,740,000 (46.0%)      640,000   (10.7%)    360,000     (6.0%)    940,000   (15.8%)    60,000   (1.0%)   1,220,000 (20.5%)     5,960,000
Non-Hispanic                               8,420,000 (39.4%)     3,940,000 (18.5%)    1,600,000    (7.5%)   4,000,000 (18.7%)    460,000   (2.2%)   2,940,000 (13.8%)    21,350,000
CPS SSI - Yes                              1,280,000 (46.0%)     1,420,000 (51.1%)      20,000     (0.7%)     20,000    (0.7%)        0    (0.0%)     20,000    (0.7%)    2,780,000
CPS SSI - No                               9,880,000 (40.2%)     3,160,000 (12.9%)    1,940,000    (7.9%)   4,920,000 (20.0%)    500,000   (2.0%)   4,160,000 (16.9%)    24,550,000
CPS TANF - Yes                             3,560,000 (79.8%)      700,000   (15.7%)     60,000     (1.3%)     60,000    (1.3%)        0    (0.0%)     60,000    (1.3%)    4,460,000
CPS TANF - No                              7,600,000 (33.3%)     3,880,000 (17.0%)    1,920,000    (8.4%)   4,880,000 (21.4%)    500,000   (2.2%)   4,100,000 (17.9%)    22,850,000
MSIS SSI - Yes                             1,640,000 (36.3%)     1,780,000 (39.4%)     500,000    (11.1%)    280,000    (6.2%)    80,000   (1.8%)    240,000    (5.3%)    4,520,000
MSIS SSI - No                              9,520,000 (41.8%)     2,800,000 (12.3%)    1,480,000    (6.5%)   4,660,000 (20.4%)    420,000   (1.8%)   3,940,000 (17.3%)    22,800,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                         CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight
                           Version=E: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, All CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                         Persons Not
                                                              Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                            Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                     Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                       Total
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                     10,900,000   (42.2%)   4,360,000 (16.9%)    1,660,000    (6.4%)   4,640,000 (17.9%)    400,000    (1.5%)   3,880,000 (15.0%)    25,850,000
MSIS Ins.: Partial not CHIP                    100,000    (10.6%)    160,000   (17.0%)    260,000    (27.7%)    140,000   (14.9%)   100,000   (10.6%)    180,000   (19.1%)     940,000
MSIS Ins.: Medicaid Expansion CHIP             160,000    (29.6%)     60,000 (11.1%)       40,000     (7.4%)    160,000   (29.6%)    20,000    (3.7%)    100,000   (18.5%)     540,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                2,920,000 (61.9%)      480,000   (10.2%)    200,000     (4.2%)    280,000    (5.9%)    40,000    (0.8%)    800,000   (16.9%)    4,720,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%               1,960,000 (58.0%)      500,000   (14.8%)    220,000     (6.5%)    260,000    (7.7%)    20,000    (0.6%)    440,000   (13.0%)    3,380,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%               1,540,000 (41.6%)      860,000   (23.2%)    340,000     (9.2%)    360,000    (9.7%)    60,000    (1.6%)    520,000   (14.1%)    3,700,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%             1,280,000 (41.0%)      580,000   (18.6%)    300,000     (9.6%)    440,000   (14.1%)    80,000    (2.6%)    460,000   (14.7%)    3,120,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%              980,000    (38.0%)    460,000   (17.8%)    240,000     (9.3%)    480,000   (18.6%)    60,000    (2.3%)    380,000   (14.7%)    2,580,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%              700,000    (34.3%)    360,000   (17.6%)    140,000     (6.9%)    540,000   (26.5%)    40,000    (2.0%)    260,000   (12.7%)    2,040,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%              480,000    (29.6%)    280,000   (17.3%)    100,000     (6.2%)    440,000   (27.2%)    40,000    (2.5%)    300,000   (18.5%)    1,620,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater        1,320,000 (21.4%)     1,060,000 (17.2%)     440,000     (7.1%)   2,140,000 (34.7%)    180,000    (2.9%)   1,020,000 (16.6%)     6,160,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Self         2,300,000 (33.2%)     1,840,000 (26.6%)     700,000    (10.1%)    920,000   (13.3%)   200,000    (2.9%)    960,000   (13.9%)    6,920,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Spouse        480,000    (29.3%)    300,000   (18.3%)    120,000     (7.3%)    380,000   (23.2%)    40,000    (2.4%)    320,000   (19.5%)    1,640,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Non-Adult)     5,820,000 (48.1%)     1,520,000 (12.6%)     680,000     (5.6%)   2,560,000 (21.2%)    200,000    (1.7%)   1,340,000 (11.1%)    12,100,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Adult)          660,000    (35.9%)    300,000   (16.3%)    100,000     (5.4%)    340,000   (18.5%)    20,000    (1.1%)    420,000   (22.8%)    1,840,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Parent         60,000 (15.8%)       160,000   (42.1%)     80,000 (21.1%)        40,000 (10.5%)      20,000    (5.3%)     40,000 (10.5%)       380,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Other        1,800,000 (40.5%)      460,000   (10.4%)    320,000     (7.2%)    720,000   (16.2%)    60,000    (1.4%)   1,080,000 (24.3%)     4,440,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                       CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight
                         Version=E: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, All CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=3

                                                                                                                            Persons Not
                                                                 Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                   Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                               Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                        Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                     Total
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: Yes                 3,360,000 (58.9%)      520,000    (9.1%)    140,000     (2.5%)    840,000   (14.7%)    40,000   (0.7%)    800,000   (14.0%)    5,700,000
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: No                  7,720,000 (36.0%)     4,060,000 (18.9%)    1,820,000    (8.5%)   4,040,000 (18.8%)    480,000   (2.2%)   3,320,000 (15.5%)    21,450,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Medical Svc. Not Rcvd.         340,000   (16.3%)    260,000   (12.5%)    220,000    (10.6%)    660,000   (31.7%)   100,000   (4.8%)    500,000   (24.0%)    2,080,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Med. Service Received        2,660,000 (36.2%)     1,740,000 (23.7%)     700,000     (9.5%)   1,000,000 (13.6%)    160,000   (2.2%)   1,080,000 (14.7%)     7,340,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Svc. Not Noted        1,300,000 (32.7%)      520,000   (13.1%)    260,000     (6.5%)   1,120,000 (28.1%)     80,000   (2.0%)    700,000   (17.6%)    3,980,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Service Noted         6,780,000 (49.5%)     2,040,000 (14.9%)     760,000     (5.5%)   2,100,000 (15.3%)    160,000   (1.2%)   1,860,000 (13.6%)    13,700,000
No MAX Data Available                              60,000 (30.0%)       20,000 (10.0%)            0     (0.0%)     60,000 (30.0%)          0    (0.0%)     40,000 (20.0%)       200,000
Received Benefits in Survey Year

   Began Rcvng. Q1 Prev. Year or Earlier        9,060,000 (47.4%)     3,660,000 (19.2%)    1,420,000    (7.4%)   2,420,000 (12.7%)    340,000   (1.8%)   2,200,000 (11.5%)    19,100,000
   Began Receiving Q2 Prev. Year                  520,000   (39.4%)    200,000   (15.2%)    100,000     (7.6%)    260,000   (19.7%)    40,000   (3.0%)    200,000   (15.2%)    1,320,000
   Began Receiving Q3 Prev. Year                  440,000   (34.9%)    200,000   (15.9%)    120,000     (9.5%)    240,000   (19.0%)    40,000   (3.2%)    220,000   (17.5%)    1,260,000
   Began Receiving Q4 Prev. Year                  420,000   (29.6%)    160,000   (11.3%)     80,000     (5.6%)    360,000   (25.4%)    40,000   (2.8%)    340,000   (23.9%)    1,420,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year        140,000   (26.9%)     40,000    (7.7%)     40,000     (7.7%)    120,000   (23.1%)    20,000   (3.8%)    160,000   (30.8%)     520,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year      740,000   (32.7%)    340,000   (15.0%)    160,000     (7.1%)    500,000   (22.1%)    40,000   (1.8%)    480,000   (21.2%)    2,260,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year        9,560,000 (47.1%)     3,860,000 (19.0%)    1,520,000    (7.5%)   2,660,000 (13.1%)    380,000   (1.9%)   2,320,000 (11.4%)    20,300,000
Did Not Receive Benefits in Survey Year

   Last Received Q1 Prev. Year                    100,000   (10.0%)     60,000    (6.0%)     60,000     (6.0%)    460,000   (46.0%)    20,000   (2.0%)    280,000   (28.0%)    1,000,000
   Last Received Q2 Prev. Year                    140,000   (13.5%)    100,000    (9.6%)     80,000     (7.7%)    420,000   (40.4%)    20,000   (1.9%)    280,000   (26.9%)    1,040,000
   Last Received Q3 Prev. Year                    200,000   (17.9%)     80,000    (7.1%)     60,000     (5.4%)    420,000   (37.5%)    20,000   (1.8%)    320,000   (28.6%)    1,120,000
   Last Received Q4 Prev. Year                    260,000   (23.6%)    120,000   (10.9%)     40,000     (3.6%)    340,000   (30.9%)    20,000   (1.8%)    300,000   (27.3%)    1,100,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year         80,000 (10.3%)       40,000    (5.1%)     40,000     (5.1%)    340,000   (43.6%)    20,000   (2.6%)    260,000   (33.3%)     780,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year      180,000   (13.6%)    120,000    (9.1%)     80,000     (6.1%)    580,000   (43.9%)    20,000   (1.5%)    340,000   (25.8%)    1,320,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year          460,000   (21.3%)    200,000    (9.3%)    120,000     (5.6%)    740,000   (34.3%)    40,000   (1.9%)    600,000   (27.8%)    2,160,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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                Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                       CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight
                       Version=F: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, Edited CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                     Persons Not
                                                          Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                            Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                        Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                 Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured       Total
Total Unweighted Count                        550    (50.0%)      550    (50.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)      1,100
Total Weighted Count                       660,000   (50.0%)   660,000   (50.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,320,000
Age 0 - 5                                  160,000   (61.5%)   100,000   (38.5%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    260,000
Age 6 - 14                                 180,000   (56.3%)   120,000   (37.5%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    320,000
Age 15 - 17                                 60,000 (75.0%)      20,000 (25.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     80,000
Age 18 - 44                                220,000   (55.0%)   180,000   (45.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    400,000
Age 45 - 64                                 40,000 (25.0%)     120,000   (75.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    160,000
Age 65+                                         0     (0.0%)   100,000   (83.3%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    120,000
White                                      380,000   (48.7%)   400,000   (51.3%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    780,000
Black                                      240,000   (54.5%)   200,000   (45.5%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    440,000
AIAN                                        20,000 (100.0%)         0     (0.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     20,000
API                                         20,000 (33.3%)      40,000 (66.7%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     60,000
Male                                       280,000   (51.9%)   260,000   (48.1%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    540,000
Female                                     400,000   (51.3%)   380,000   (48.7%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    780,000
Hispanic                                   160,000   (61.5%)   100,000   (38.5%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    260,000
Non-Hispanic                               500,000   (47.2%)   560,000   (52.8%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,060,000
CPS SSI - Yes                               80,000 (20.0%)     300,000   (75.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    400,000
CPS SSI - No                               580,000   (63.0%)   340,000   (37.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    920,000
CPS TANF - Yes                             340,000   (58.6%)   240,000   (41.4%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    580,000
CPS TANF - No                              320,000   (43.2%)   420,000   (56.8%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    740,000
MSIS SSI - Yes                              80,000 (21.1%)     300,000   (78.9%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    380,000
MSIS SSI - No                              580,000   (63.0%)   340,000   (37.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    920,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                        CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight
                        Version=F: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, Edited CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                         Persons Not
                                                              Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                            Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                     Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured       Total
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                       640,000   (50.8%)   640,000   (50.8%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,260,000
MSIS Ins.: Partial not CHIP                     20,000 (100.0%)     20,000 (100.0%)      0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     20,000
MSIS Ins.: Medicaid Expansion CHIP              20,000 (100.0%)         0     (0.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     20,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                 220,000   (73.3%)    80,000 (26.7%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    300,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%                100,000   (50.0%)   100,000   (50.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    200,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%                 60,000 (30.0%)     120,000   (60.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    200,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%               80,000 (57.1%)      60,000 (42.9%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    140,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%               60,000 (50.0%)      40,000 (33.3%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    120,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%               20,000 (25.0%)      60,000 (75.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     80,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%               40,000 (50.0%)      40,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     80,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater          80,000 (40.0%)     120,000   (60.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    200,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Self          120,000   (33.3%)   240,000   (66.7%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    360,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Spouse         40,000 (40.0%)      60,000 (60.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    100,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Non-Adult)      340,000   (60.7%)   220,000   (39.3%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    560,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Adult)           80,000 (50.0%)      80,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    160,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Parent             0     (0.0%)    20,000 (100.0%)      0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     20,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Other          80,000 (57.1%)      60,000 (42.9%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    140,000




                                                                                                                                                       68
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                       CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight
                       Version=F: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, Edited CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=3

                                                                                                                            Persons Not
                                                                 Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                   Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                               Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                        Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured       Total
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: Yes                   240,000   (63.2%)   140,000   (36.8%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    380,000
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: No                    420,000   (44.7%)   520,000   (55.3%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    940,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Medical Svc. Not Rcvd.          40,000 (40.0%)      60,000 (60.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    100,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Med. Service Received          160,000   (44.4%)   200,000   (55.6%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    360,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Svc. Not Noted          140,000   (50.0%)   140,000   (50.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    280,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Service Noted           320,000   (55.2%)   260,000   (44.8%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    580,000
Received Benefits in Survey Year

   Began Rcvng. Q1 Prev. Year or Earlier          440,000   (45.8%)   500,000   (52.1%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    960,000
   Began Receiving Q2 Prev. Year                   40,000 (66.7%)      40,000 (66.7%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     60,000
   Began Receiving Q3 Prev. Year                   20,000 (33.3%)      20,000 (33.3%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     60,000
   Began Receiving Q4 Prev. Year                   40,000 (50.0%)      40,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     80,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year         20,000 (100.0%)         0     (0.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     20,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year       40,000 (33.3%)      60,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    120,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year          480,000   (48.0%)   520,000   (52.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,000,000
Did Not Receive Benefits in Survey Year

   Last Received Q1 Prev. Year                     20,000 (50.0%)          0     (0.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     40,000
   Last Received Q2 Prev. Year                     20,000 (50.0%)      20,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     40,000
   Last Received Q3 Prev. Year                     40,000 (100.0%)     20,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     40,000
   Last Received Q4 Prev. Year                     40,000 (100.0%)     20,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     40,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year         20,000 (100.0%)         0     (0.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     20,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year       40,000 (66.7%)      20,000 (33.3%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     60,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year           60,000 (75.0%)      20,000 (25.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     80,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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                Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                    CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight
                    Version=G: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, Imputed CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                   Persons Not
                                                        Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                          Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                      Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics               Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                Total
Total Unweighted Count                       500   (18.2%)      500    (18.2%)      100     (3.6%)        950   (34.5%)      100    (3.6%)      650    (23.6%)      2,750
Total Weighted Count                     580,000   (17.3%)   600,000   (17.9%)   160,000    (4.8%)   1,100,000 (32.7%)    100,000   (3.0%)   800,000   (23.8%)   3,360,000
Age 0 - 5                                160,000   (22.2%)   120,000   (16.7%)    20,000    (2.8%)    220,000   (30.6%)        0    (0.0%)   180,000   (25.0%)    720,000
Age 6 - 14                               180,000   (19.1%)   200,000   (21.3%)        0     (0.0%)    340,000   (36.2%)        0    (0.0%)   220,000   (23.4%)    940,000
Age 15 - 17                               40,000 (18.2%)      40,000 (18.2%)          0     (0.0%)     80,000 (36.4%)          0    (0.0%)    60,000 (27.3%)      220,000
Age 18 - 44                              160,000   (17.4%)   100,000   (10.9%)    20,000    (2.2%)    340,000   (37.0%)        0    (0.0%)   280,000   (30.4%)    920,000
Age 45 - 64                               60,000 (18.8%)      60,000 (18.8%)      40,000 (12.5%)      100,000   (31.3%)        0    (0.0%)    60,000 (18.8%)      320,000
Age 65+                                       0     (0.0%)    80,000 (30.8%)     100,000   (38.5%)     20,000    (7.7%)    60,000 (23.1%)         0     (0.0%)    260,000
White                                    340,000   (16.8%)   360,000   (17.8%)   100,000    (5.0%)    680,000   (33.7%)    60,000   (3.0%)   500,000   (24.8%)   2,020,000
Black                                    240,000   (21.1%)   200,000   (17.5%)    60,000    (5.3%)    340,000   (29.8%)    20,000   (1.8%)   260,000   (22.8%)   1,140,000
AIAN                                          0     (0.0%)         0    (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)     20,000 (33.3%)          0    (0.0%)    20,000 (33.3%)       60,000
API                                           0     (0.0%)    40,000 (28.6%)          0     (0.0%)     60,000 (42.9%)          0    (0.0%)    20,000 (14.3%)      140,000
Male                                     260,000   (17.8%)   280,000   (19.2%)    60,000    (4.1%)    480,000   (32.9%)    40,000   (2.7%)   320,000   (21.9%)   1,460,000
Female                                   320,000   (16.8%)   320,000   (16.8%)   100,000    (5.3%)    620,000   (32.6%)    60,000   (3.2%)   480,000   (25.3%)   1,900,000
Hispanic                                 140,000   (20.0%)   140,000   (20.0%)    20,000    (2.9%)    220,000   (31.4%)    20,000   (2.9%)   160,000   (22.9%)    700,000
Non-Hispanic                             440,000   (16.4%)   460,000   (17.2%)   140,000    (5.2%)    900,000   (33.6%)    80,000   (3.0%)   640,000   (23.9%)   2,680,000
CPS SSI - Yes                             80,000 (44.4%)     100,000   (55.6%)        0     (0.0%)          0    (0.0%)        0    (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)    180,000
CPS SSI - No                             500,000   (15.7%)   520,000   (16.4%)   160,000    (5.0%)   1,100,000 (34.6%)    100,000   (3.1%)   800,000   (25.2%)   3,180,000
CPS TANF - Yes                           180,000   (56.3%)   120,000   (37.5%)        0     (0.0%)     20,000    (6.3%)        0    (0.0%)    20,000    (6.3%)    320,000
CPS TANF - No                            420,000   (13.8%)   480,000   (15.8%)   160,000    (5.3%)   1,100,000 (36.2%)    100,000   (3.3%)   800,000   (26.3%)   3,040,000
MSIS SSI - Yes                           100,000   (18.5%)   140,000   (25.9%)    80,000 (14.8%)      120,000   (22.2%)    40,000   (7.4%)    60,000 (11.1%)      540,000
MSIS SSI - No                            500,000   (17.7%)   460,000   (16.3%)    80,000    (2.8%)    980,000   (34.8%)    60,000   (2.1%)   740,000   (26.2%)   2,820,000




                                                                                                                                                          70
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                      CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight
                      Version=G: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, Imputed CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                         Persons Not
                                                              Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                            Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                     Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured               Total
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                       580,000   (18.0%)   580,000   (18.0%)   140,000    (4.3%)   1,060,000 (32.9%)    80,000   (2.5%)   780,000   (24.2%)   3,220,000
MSIS Ins.: Partial not CHIP                     20,000 (20.0%)      20,000 (20.0%)      20,000 (20.0%)       20,000 (20.0%)     20,000 (20.0%)     20,000 (20.0%)      100,000
MSIS Ins.: Medicaid Expansion CHIP                  0     (0.0%)    20,000 (33.3%)          0     (0.0%)     20,000 (33.3%)         0    (0.0%)    20,000 (33.3%)       60,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                 160,000   (29.6%)   100,000   (18.5%)        0     (0.0%)     80,000 (14.8%)         0    (0.0%)   160,000   (29.6%)    540,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%                 80,000 (30.8%)      60,000 (23.1%)          0     (0.0%)     40,000 (15.4%)         0    (0.0%)    80,000 (30.8%)      260,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%                 60,000 (20.0%)      60,000 (20.0%)      40,000 (13.3%)       80,000 (26.7%)     20,000   (6.7%)    60,000 (20.0%)      300,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%               40,000 (13.3%)      80,000 (26.7%)      20,000    (6.7%)     80,000 (26.7%)     20,000   (6.7%)    60,000 (20.0%)      300,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%               60,000 (20.0%)      60,000 (20.0%)      20,000    (6.7%)     80,000 (26.7%)     20,000   (6.7%)    80,000 (26.7%)      300,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%               60,000 (21.4%)      60,000 (21.4%)          0     (0.0%)    120,000   (42.9%)       0    (0.0%)    40,000 (14.3%)      280,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%               20,000 (10.0%)      20,000 (10.0%)          0     (0.0%)     80,000 (40.0%)         0    (0.0%)    60,000 (30.0%)      200,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater         100,000    (8.3%)   200,000   (16.7%)    80,000    (6.7%)    540,000   (45.0%)   40,000   (3.3%)   240,000   (20.0%)   1,200,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Self          100,000   (12.5%)   140,000   (17.5%)   100,000   (12.5%)    220,000   (27.5%)   60,000   (7.5%)   180,000   (22.5%)    800,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Spouse         20,000 (11.1%)      20,000 (11.1%)          0     (0.0%)     80,000 (44.4%)     20,000 (11.1%)     40,000 (22.2%)      180,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Non-Adult)      280,000   (19.4%)   320,000   (22.2%)    20,000    (1.4%)    540,000   (37.5%)       0    (0.0%)   260,000   (18.1%)   1,440,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Adult)           60,000 (23.1%)      40,000 (15.4%)      20,000    (7.7%)     80,000 (30.8%)         0    (0.0%)    80,000 (30.8%)      260,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Parent             0     (0.0%)    20,000 (33.3%)          0     (0.0%)     20,000 (33.3%)         0    (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)     60,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Other         120,000   (19.4%)    80,000 (12.9%)      20,000    (3.2%)    160,000   (25.8%)       0    (0.0%)   260,000   (41.9%)    620,000




                                                                                                                                                               71
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                     CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight
                     Version=G: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, Imputed CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=3

                                                                                                                            Persons Not
                                                                 Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                   Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                               Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                        Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured               Total
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: Yes                   160,000   (23.5%)   120,000   (17.6%)    20,000    (2.9%)   180,000   (26.5%)        0    (0.0%)   200,000   (29.4%)    680,000
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: No                    420,000   (15.9%)   480,000   (18.2%)   140,000    (5.3%)   920,000   (34.8%)   100,000   (3.8%)   600,000   (22.7%)   2,640,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Medical Svc. Not Rcvd.          40,000 (14.3%)      40,000 (14.3%)      20,000    (7.1%)   100,000   (35.7%)    20,000   (7.1%)    80,000 (28.6%)      280,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Med. Service Received          160,000   (18.6%)   160,000   (18.6%)   100,000   (11.6%)   260,000   (30.2%)    40,000   (4.7%)   160,000   (18.6%)    860,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Svc. Not Noted           60,000 (11.1%)     120,000   (22.2%)        0     (0.0%)   180,000   (33.3%)    20,000   (3.7%)   140,000   (25.9%)    540,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Service Noted           320,000   (19.3%)   300,000   (18.1%)    40,000    (2.4%)   540,000   (32.5%)    20,000   (1.2%)   420,000   (25.3%)   1,660,000
No MAX Data Available                                  0     (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)    20,000 (100.0%)         0    (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)     20,000
Received Benefits in Survey Year

   Began Rcvng. Q1 Prev. Year or Earlier          420,000   (17.8%)   480,000   (20.3%)   140,000    (5.9%)   700,000   (29.7%)    80,000   (3.4%)   540,000   (22.9%)   2,360,000
   Began Receiving Q2 Prev. Year                   20,000 (14.3%)      20,000 (14.3%)          0     (0.0%)    60,000 (42.9%)          0    (0.0%)    20,000 (14.3%)      140,000
   Began Receiving Q3 Prev. Year                   40,000 (22.2%)      20,000 (11.1%)          0     (0.0%)    80,000 (44.4%)          0    (0.0%)    40,000 (22.2%)      180,000
   Began Receiving Q4 Prev. Year                   40,000 (25.0%)      20,000 (12.5%)          0     (0.0%)    40,000 (25.0%)          0    (0.0%)    60,000 (37.5%)      160,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year         20,000 (25.0%)          0     (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)    20,000 (25.0%)          0    (0.0%)    40,000 (50.0%)       80,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year       60,000 (23.1%)      40,000 (15.4%)          0     (0.0%)   100,000   (38.5%)        0    (0.0%)    60,000 (23.1%)      260,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year          440,000   (17.6%)   500,000   (20.0%)   140,000    (5.6%)   760,000   (30.4%)    80,000   (3.2%)   580,000   (23.2%)   2,500,000
Did Not Receive Benefits in Survey Year

   Last Received Q1 Prev. Year                     20,000 (14.3%)      20,000 (14.3%)      20,000 (14.3%)      60,000 (42.9%)          0    (0.0%)    40,000 (28.6%)      140,000
   Last Received Q2 Prev. Year                     20,000 (20.0%)      20,000 (20.0%)          0     (0.0%)    60,000 (60.0%)          0    (0.0%)    20,000 (20.0%)      100,000
   Last Received Q3 Prev. Year                     20,000 (14.3%)          0     (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)    60,000 (42.9%)          0    (0.0%)    40,000 (28.6%)      140,000
   Last Received Q4 Prev. Year                     20,000 (16.7%)      20,000 (16.7%)          0     (0.0%)    40,000 (33.3%)          0    (0.0%)    40,000 (33.3%)      120,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year             0     (0.0%)    20,000 (20.0%)          0     (0.0%)    40,000 (40.0%)          0    (0.0%)    40,000 (40.0%)      100,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year       20,000 (14.3%)      20,000 (14.3%)          0     (0.0%)    80,000 (57.1%)          0    (0.0%)    20,000 (14.3%)      140,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year           40,000 (14.3%)      40,000 (14.3%)          0     (0.0%)   100,000   (35.7%)        0    (0.0%)    80,000 (28.6%)      280,000




                                                                                                                                                                  72
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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                Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                    CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight
                  Version=H: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, Explicit CPS Health Insurance Responses run Version Page=1

                                                                                                                   Persons Not
                                                        Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                          Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                      Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics               Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                     Total
Total Unweighted Count                     8,500 (44.0%)        2,800 (14.5%)        1,550     (8.0%)      3,300 (17.1%)        400    (2.1%)      2,800 (14.5%)        19,300
Total Weighted Count                    9,900,000 (43.7%)    3,320,000 (14.7%)    1,800,000    (7.9%)   3,840,000 (17.0%)    420,000   (1.9%)   3,360,000 (14.8%)    22,650,000
Age 0 - 5                               2,620,000 (51.0%)     520,000   (10.1%)    360,000     (7.0%)    960,000   (18.7%)    80,000   (1.6%)    620,000   (12.1%)    5,140,000
Age 6 - 14                              3,160,000 (51.3%)     480,000    (7.8%)    420,000     (6.8%)   1,220,000 (19.8%)    120,000   (1.9%)    760,000   (12.3%)    6,160,000
Age 15 - 17                              660,000   (49.3%)    100,000    (7.5%)     80,000     (6.0%)    240,000   (17.9%)    20,000   (1.5%)    220,000   (16.4%)    1,340,000
Age 18 - 44                             2,580,000 (41.0%)     660,000   (10.5%)    200,000     (3.2%)   1,280,000 (20.3%)     40,000   (0.6%)   1,560,000 (24.8%)     6,300,000
Age 45 - 64                              880,000   (43.6%)    560,000   (27.7%)    240,000    (11.9%)    120,000    (5.9%)    40,000   (2.0%)    180,000    (8.9%)    2,020,000
Age 65+                                        0    (0.0%)   1,020,000 (61.4%)     500,000    (30.1%)          0    (0.0%)   120,000   (7.2%)     20,000    (1.2%)    1,660,000
White                                   6,520,000 (43.6%)    2,280,000 (15.3%)    1,240,000    (8.3%)   2,460,000 (16.5%)    280,000   (1.9%)   2,180,000 (14.6%)    14,950,000
Black                                   2,840,000 (44.8%)     800,000   (12.6%)    460,000     (7.3%)   1,200,000 (18.9%)    120,000   (1.9%)    920,000   (14.5%)    6,340,000
AIAN                                     280,000   (51.9%)     80,000 (14.8%)       40,000     (7.4%)     40,000    (7.4%)        0    (0.0%)    100,000   (18.5%)     540,000
API                                      280,000   (34.1%)    160,000   (19.5%)     80,000     (9.8%)    120,000   (14.6%)    20,000   (2.4%)    160,000   (19.5%)     820,000
Male                                    4,260,000 (45.7%)    1,320,000 (14.2%)     740,000     (7.9%)   1,580,000 (17.0%)    160,000   (1.7%)   1,260,000 (13.5%)     9,320,000
Female                                  5,640,000 (42.2%)    2,020,000 (15.1%)    1,060,000    (7.9%)   2,240,000 (16.8%)    240,000   (1.8%)   2,120,000 (15.9%)    13,350,000
Hispanic                                2,440,000 (48.8%)     400,000    (8.0%)    340,000     (6.8%)    720,000   (14.4%)    40,000   (0.8%)   1,060,000 (21.2%)     5,000,000
Non-Hispanic                            7,460,000 (42.3%)    2,920,000 (16.5%)    1,460,000    (8.3%)   3,100,000 (17.6%)    380,000   (2.2%)   2,300,000 (13.0%)    17,650,000
CPS SSI - Yes                           1,120,000 (50.9%)    1,020,000 (46.4%)      20,000     (0.9%)          0    (0.0%)        0    (0.0%)     20,000    (0.9%)    2,200,000
CPS SSI - No                            8,800,000 (43.0%)    2,300,000 (11.2%)    1,780,000    (8.7%)   3,820,000 (18.7%)    420,000   (2.1%)   3,340,000 (16.3%)    20,450,000
CPS TANF - Yes                          3,040,000 (85.9%)     340,000    (9.6%)     60,000     (1.7%)     40,000    (1.1%)        0    (0.0%)     60,000    (1.7%)    3,540,000
CPS TANF - No                           6,860,000 (35.9%)    2,980,000 (15.6%)    1,740,000    (9.1%)   3,780,000 (19.8%)    420,000   (2.2%)   3,300,000 (17.3%)    19,100,000
MSIS SSI - Yes                          1,460,000 (40.6%)    1,340,000 (37.2%)     420,000    (11.7%)    160,000    (4.4%)    40,000   (1.1%)    160,000    (4.4%)    3,600,000
MSIS SSI - No                           8,440,000 (44.3%)    1,980,000 (10.4%)    1,380,000    (7.2%)   3,660,000 (19.2%)    360,000   (1.9%)   3,200,000 (16.8%)    19,050,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                      CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight
                    Version=H: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, Explicit CPS Health Insurance Responses run Version Page=2

                                                                                                                         Persons Not
                                                              Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                            Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                     Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                     Total
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                     9,700,000 (45.4%)     3,140,000 (14.7%)    1,520,000    (7.1%)   3,560,000 (16.7%)    340,000   (1.6%)   3,120,000 (14.6%)    21,350,000
MSIS Ins.: Partial not CHIP                     80,000    (9.8%)    140,000   (17.1%)    240,000    (29.3%)    120,000   (14.6%)    80,000   (9.8%)    160,000   (19.5%)     820,000
MSIS Ins.: Medicaid Expansion CHIP             140,000   (30.4%)     40,000    (8.7%)     40,000     (8.7%)    140,000   (30.4%)    20,000   (4.3%)     80,000 (17.4%)       460,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%               2,540,000 (65.5%)      280,000    (7.2%)    200,000     (5.2%)    200,000    (5.2%)    20,000   (0.5%)    640,000   (16.5%)    3,880,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%              1,780,000 (61.0%)      340,000   (11.6%)    200,000     (6.8%)    220,000    (7.5%)    20,000   (0.7%)    340,000   (11.6%)    2,920,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%              1,420,000 (44.4%)      680,000   (21.3%)    300,000     (9.4%)    280,000    (8.8%)    40,000   (1.3%)    460,000   (14.4%)    3,200,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%            1,160,000 (43.0%)      460,000   (17.0%)    280,000    (10.4%)    360,000   (13.3%)    80,000   (3.0%)    380,000   (14.1%)    2,700,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%              840,000   (38.5%)    360,000   (16.5%)    220,000    (10.1%)    400,000   (18.3%)    40,000   (1.8%)    300,000   (13.8%)    2,180,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%              600,000   (35.7%)    260,000   (15.5%)    140,000     (8.3%)    420,000   (25.0%)    40,000   (2.4%)    220,000   (13.1%)    1,680,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%              420,000   (30.9%)    220,000   (16.2%)     80,000     (5.9%)    360,000   (26.5%)    20,000   (1.5%)    240,000   (17.6%)    1,360,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater       1,140,000 (24.1%)      760,000   (16.0%)    360,000     (7.6%)   1,580,000 (33.3%)    140,000   (3.0%)    760,000   (16.0%)    4,740,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Self        2,080,000 (36.1%)     1,460,000 (25.3%)     600,000    (10.4%)    700,000   (12.2%)   140,000   (2.4%)    780,000   (13.5%)    5,760,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Spouse        420,000   (30.9%)    220,000   (16.2%)    100,000     (7.4%)    300,000   (22.1%)    20,000   (1.5%)    280,000   (20.6%)    1,360,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Non-Adult)    5,220,000 (51.4%)      980,000    (9.7%)    660,000     (6.5%)   2,020,000 (19.9%)    180,000   (1.8%)   1,080,000 (10.6%)    10,150,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Adult)          540,000   (38.0%)    180,000   (12.7%)     80,000     (5.6%)    260,000   (18.3%)    20,000   (1.4%)    360,000   (25.4%)    1,420,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Parent         40,000 (13.3%)      140,000   (46.7%)     80,000 (26.7%)        20,000    (6.7%)    20,000   (6.7%)     20,000    (6.7%)     300,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Other       1,620,000 (44.3%)      340,000    (9.3%)    300,000     (8.2%)    540,000   (14.8%)    40,000   (1.1%)    820,000   (22.4%)    3,660,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                     CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight
                   Version=H: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, Explicit CPS Health Insurance Responses run Version Page=3

                                                                                                                            Persons Not
                                                                 Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                   Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                               Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                        Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                     Total
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: Yes                 2,960,000 (63.8%)      260,000    (5.6%)    140,000     (3.0%)    660,000   (14.2%)    20,000   (0.4%)    600,000   (12.9%)    4,640,000
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: No                  6,880,000 (38.5%)     3,060,000 (17.1%)    1,660,000    (9.3%)   3,120,000 (17.5%)    380,000   (2.1%)   2,720,000 (15.2%)    17,850,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Medical Svc. Not Rcvd.         260,000   (15.3%)    160,000    (9.4%)    200,000    (11.8%)    560,000   (32.9%)    80,000   (4.7%)    420,000   (24.7%)    1,700,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Med. Service Received        2,360,000 (38.6%)     1,380,000 (22.5%)     600,000     (9.8%)    740,000   (12.1%)   120,000   (2.0%)    920,000   (15.0%)    6,120,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Svc. Not Noted        1,100,000 (34.8%)      260,000    (8.2%)    260,000     (8.2%)    940,000   (29.7%)    60,000   (1.9%)    560,000   (17.7%)    3,160,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Service Noted         6,140,000 (53.4%)     1,500,000 (13.0%)     720,000     (6.3%)   1,560,000 (13.6%)    140,000   (1.2%)   1,440,000 (12.5%)    11,500,000
No MAX Data Available                              60,000 (37.5%)       20,000 (12.5%)            0     (0.0%)     40,000 (25.0%)          0    (0.0%)     40,000 (25.0%)       160,000
Received Benefits in Survey Year

   Began Rcvng. Q1 Prev. Year or Earlier        8,200,000 (51.9%)     2,680,000 (17.0%)    1,280,000    (8.1%)   1,720,000 (10.9%)    240,000   (1.5%)   1,640,000 (10.4%)    15,800,000
   Began Receiving Q2 Prev. Year                  460,000   (41.1%)    160,000   (14.3%)    100,000     (8.9%)    200,000   (17.9%)    40,000   (3.6%)    180,000   (16.1%)    1,120,000
   Began Receiving Q3 Prev. Year                  380,000   (37.3%)    140,000   (13.7%)    100,000     (9.8%)    160,000   (15.7%)    20,000   (2.0%)    180,000   (17.6%)    1,020,000
   Began Receiving Q4 Prev. Year                  340,000   (29.3%)    120,000   (10.3%)     80,000     (6.9%)    320,000   (27.6%)    40,000   (3.4%)    300,000   (25.9%)    1,160,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year        100,000   (23.8%)     20,000    (4.8%)     40,000     (9.5%)    120,000   (28.6%)    20,000   (4.8%)    120,000   (28.6%)     420,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year      640,000   (34.0%)    240,000   (12.8%)    160,000     (8.5%)    400,000   (21.3%)    40,000   (2.1%)    420,000   (22.3%)    1,880,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year        8,640,000 (51.4%)     2,820,000 (16.8%)    1,380,000    (8.2%)   1,880,000 (11.2%)    300,000   (1.8%)   1,760,000 (10.5%)    16,800,000
Did Not Receive Benefits in Survey Year

   Last Received Q1 Prev. Year                     60,000    (7.3%)     20,000    (2.4%)     40,000     (4.9%)    420,000   (51.2%)    20,000   (2.4%)    260,000   (31.7%)     820,000
   Last Received Q2 Prev. Year                    100,000   (11.1%)     60,000    (6.7%)     80,000     (8.9%)    360,000   (40.0%)    20,000   (2.2%)    260,000   (28.9%)     900,000
   Last Received Q3 Prev. Year                    140,000   (14.9%)     60,000    (6.4%)     60,000     (6.4%)    360,000   (38.3%)    20,000   (2.1%)    280,000   (29.8%)     940,000
   Last Received Q4 Prev. Year                    220,000   (23.9%)    100,000   (10.9%)     40,000     (4.3%)    300,000   (32.6%)    20,000   (2.2%)    260,000   (28.3%)     920,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year         60,000    (9.4%)     20,000    (3.1%)     40,000     (6.3%)    300,000   (46.9%)    20,000   (3.1%)    220,000   (34.4%)     640,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year      120,000   (10.7%)     80,000    (7.1%)     80,000     (7.1%)    500,000   (44.6%)    20,000   (1.8%)    320,000   (28.6%)    1,120,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year          360,000   (20.0%)    140,000    (7.8%)    120,000     (6.7%)    620,000   (34.4%)    40,000   (2.2%)    520,000   (28.9%)    1,800,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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                Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                        CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Re-Weighted
                         Version=A: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, All CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                      Persons Not
                                                           Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                             Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                         Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                  Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                      Total
Total Unweighted Count                         9,300 (42.3%)        3,650 (16.6%)        1,450     (6.6%)      4,000 (18.2%)        400    (1.8%)      3,200 (14.5%)        22,000
Total Weighted Count                      13,350,000   (39.9%)   5,740,000 (17.2%)    2,220,000    (6.6%)   5,820,000 (17.4%)    540,000   (1.6%)   5,760,000 (17.2%)    33,450,000
Age 0 – 5                                  3,420,000 (47.8%)      840,000   (11.7%)    420,000     (5.9%)   1,320,000 (18.4%)     80,000   (1.1%)   1,080,000 (15.1%)     7,160,000
Age 6 - 14                                 4,120,000 (47.6%)      960,000   (11.1%)    460,000     (5.3%)   1,720,000 (19.9%)    140,000   (1.6%)   1,280,000 (14.8%)     8,660,000
Age 15 - 17                                 840,000    (45.2%)    180,000    (9.7%)     80,000     (4.3%)    360,000   (19.4%)    20,000   (1.1%)    360,000   (19.4%)    1,860,000
Age 18 - 44                                3,740,000 (37.2%)     1,240,000 (12.3%)     280,000     (2.8%)   2,080,000 (20.7%)     60,000   (0.6%)   2,660,000 (26.5%)    10,050,000
Age 45 - 64                                1,200,000 (38.0%)      920,000   (29.1%)    300,000     (9.5%)    320,000   (10.1%)    40,000   (1.3%)    360,000   (11.4%)    3,160,000
Age 65+                                      20,000     (0.8%)   1,600,000 (63.0%)     660,000    (26.0%)     40,000    (1.6%)   200,000   (7.9%)     40,000    (1.6%)    2,540,000
White                                      8,620,000 (40.2%)     3,740,000 (17.4%)    1,460,000    (6.8%)   3,640,000 (17.0%)    340,000   (1.6%)   3,660,000 (17.1%)    21,450,000
Black                                      4,020,000 (40.7%)     1,540,000 (15.6%)     600,000     (6.1%)   1,860,000 (18.8%)    180,000   (1.8%)   1,660,000 (16.8%)     9,880,000
AIAN                                        360,000    (46.2%)    120,000   (15.4%)     60,000     (7.7%)     80,000 (10.3%)          0    (0.0%)    180,000   (23.1%)     780,000
API                                         380,000    (28.8%)    320,000   (24.2%)    120,000     (9.1%)    220,000   (16.7%)    20,000   (1.5%)    260,000   (19.7%)    1,320,000
Male                                       5,680,000 (41.6%)     2,280,000 (16.7%)     920,000     (6.7%)   2,400,000 (17.6%)    220,000   (1.6%)   2,120,000 (15.5%)    13,650,000
Female                                     7,680,000 (38.8%)     3,440,000 (17.4%)    1,300,000    (6.6%)   3,420,000 (17.3%)    320,000   (1.6%)   3,620,000 (18.3%)    19,800,000
Hispanic                                   3,280,000 (44.9%)      800,000   (11.0%)    420,000     (5.8%)   1,120,000 (15.3%)     60,000   (0.8%)   1,620,000 (22.2%)     7,300,000
Non-Hispanic                              10,100,000   (38.6%)   4,920,000 (18.8%)    1,800,000    (6.9%)   4,700,000 (18.0%)    480,000   (1.8%)   4,140,000 (15.8%)    26,150,000
CPS SSI - Yes                              1,640,000 (44.6%)     1,940,000 (52.7%)      40,000     (1.1%)     20,000    (0.5%)        0    (0.0%)     20,000    (0.5%)    3,680,000
CPS SSI - No                              11,700,000   (39.3%)   3,800,000 (12.8%)    2,180,000    (7.3%)   5,800,000 (19.5%)    540,000   (1.8%)   5,720,000 (19.2%)    29,750,000
CPS TANF - Yes                             4,340,000 (79.2%)      880,000   (16.1%)     60,000     (1.1%)     80,000    (1.5%)    20,000   (0.4%)    100,000    (1.8%)    5,480,000
CPS TANF - No                              9,020,000 (32.3%)     4,860,000 (17.4%)    2,160,000    (7.7%)   5,740,000 (20.5%)    540,000   (1.9%)   5,660,000 (20.3%)    27,950,000
MSIS SSI - Yes                             2,100,000 (33.8%)     2,440,000 (39.2%)     740,000    (11.9%)    420,000    (6.8%)   140,000   (2.3%)    380,000    (6.1%)    6,220,000
MSIS SSI - No                             11,250,000   (41.4%)   3,280,000 (12.1%)    1,480,000    (5.4%)   5,420,000 (19.9%)    400,000   (1.5%)   5,380,000 (19.8%)    27,200,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                          CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Re-Weighted
                           Version=A: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, All CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                         Persons Not
                                                              Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                            Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                     Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                      Total
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                     13,350,000   (39.9%)   5,740,000 (17.2%)    2,220,000    (6.6%)   5,820,000 (17.4%)    540,000   (1.6%)   5,760,000 (17.2%)    33,450,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                3,540,000 (58.8%)      620,000   (10.3%)    260,000     (4.3%)    400,000    (6.6%)    40,000   (0.7%)   1,160,000 (19.3%)     6,020,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%               2,380,000 (56.1%)      620,000   (14.6%)    260,000     (6.1%)    320,000    (7.5%)    40,000   (0.9%)    640,000   (15.1%)    4,240,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%               1,880,000 (40.9%)     1,080,000 (23.5%)     380,000     (8.3%)    440,000    (9.6%)    60,000   (1.3%)    740,000   (16.1%)    4,600,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%             1,500,000 (41.0%)      700,000   (19.1%)    300,000     (8.2%)    500,000   (13.7%)    60,000   (1.6%)    600,000   (16.4%)    3,660,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%             1,120,000 (36.6%)      560,000   (18.3%)    260,000     (8.5%)    560,000   (18.3%)    60,000   (2.0%)    520,000   (17.0%)    3,060,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%              800,000    (33.1%)    460,000   (19.0%)    180,000     (7.4%)    620,000   (25.6%)    40,000   (1.7%)    340,000   (14.0%)    2,420,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%              540,000    (28.4%)    340,000   (17.9%)    100,000     (5.3%)    500,000   (26.3%)    40,000   (2.1%)    380,000   (20.0%)    1,900,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater        1,580,000 (21.0%)     1,360,000 (18.1%)     500,000     (6.6%)   2,500,000 (33.2%)    220,000   (2.9%)   1,360,000 (18.1%)     7,520,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Self         2,940,000 (33.0%)     2,380,000 (26.7%)     800,000     (9.0%)   1,240,000 (13.9%)    180,000   (2.0%)   1,400,000 (15.7%)     8,920,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Spouse        620,000    (29.5%)    400,000   (19.0%)    120,000     (5.7%)    480,000   (22.9%)    40,000   (1.9%)    440,000   (21.0%)    2,100,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Non-Adult)     6,760,000 (48.3%)     1,760,000 (12.6%)     720,000     (5.1%)   2,800,000 (20.0%)    220,000   (1.6%)   1,760,000 (12.6%)    14,000,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Adult)          840,000    (35.3%)    380,000   (16.0%)    120,000     (5.0%)    420,000   (17.6%)    20,000   (0.8%)    600,000   (25.2%)    2,380,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Parent         80,000 (15.4%)       240,000   (46.2%)    100,000    (19.2%)     40,000    (7.7%)    20,000   (3.8%)     60,000 (11.5%)       520,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Other        2,140,000 (38.9%)      600,000   (10.9%)    360,000     (6.5%)    860,000   (15.6%)    60,000   (1.1%)   1,480,000 (26.9%)     5,500,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                        CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Re-Weighted
                         Version=A: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, All CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=3

                                                                                                                            Persons Not
                                                                 Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                   Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                               Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                        Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                     Total
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: Yes                  4,100,000 (56.6%)      640,000    (8.8%)    180,000    (2.5%)   1,060,000 (14.6%)     40,000   (0.6%)   1,200,000 (16.6%)     7,240,000
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: No                   9,180,000 (35.4%)     5,060,000 (19.5%)    2,040,000   (7.9%)   4,700,000 (18.1%)    500,000   (1.9%)   4,500,000 (17.3%)    25,950,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Medical Svc. Not Rcvd.         380,000    (18.4%)    240,000   (11.7%)    120,000    (5.8%)    680,000   (33.0%)    40,000   (1.9%)    600,000   (29.1%)    2,060,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Med. Service Received         3,220,000 (35.2%)     2,200,000 (24.1%)     860,000    (9.4%)   1,200,000 (13.1%)    200,000   (2.2%)   1,480,000 (16.2%)     9,140,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Svc. Not Noted         1,560,000 (31.7%)      680,000   (13.8%)    300,000    (6.1%)   1,320,000 (26.8%)     80,000   (1.6%)    980,000   (19.9%)    4,920,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Service Noted          8,140,000 (47.7%)     2,580,000 (15.1%)     920,000    (5.4%)   2,560,000 (15.0%)    220,000   (1.3%)   2,660,000 (15.6%)    17,050,000
No MAX Data Available                              80,000 (33.3%)        20,000    (8.3%)     20,000    (8.3%)     80,000 (33.3%)          0    (0.0%)     60,000 (25.0%)       240,000
Received Benefits in Survey Year

   Began Rcvng. Q1 Prev. Year or Earlier        10,650,000   (46.8%)   4,480,000 (19.7%)    1,540,000   (6.8%)   2,780,000 (12.2%)    360,000   (1.6%)   2,960,000 (13.0%)    22,750,000
   Began Receiving Q2 Prev. Year                  620,000    (38.8%)    260,000   (16.3%)    100,000    (6.3%)    320,000   (20.0%)    20,000   (1.3%)    280,000   (17.5%)    1,600,000
   Began Receiving Q3 Prev. Year                  560,000    (36.4%)    240,000   (15.6%)    120,000    (7.8%)    280,000   (18.2%)    20,000   (1.3%)    300,000   (19.5%)    1,540,000
   Began Receiving Q4 Prev. Year                  500,000    (28.7%)    220,000   (12.6%)    100,000    (5.7%)    400,000   (23.0%)    40,000   (2.3%)    480,000   (27.6%)    1,740,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year        160,000    (25.0%)     40,000    (6.3%)     40,000    (6.3%)    140,000   (21.9%)    20,000   (3.1%)    240,000   (37.5%)     640,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year      940,000    (33.3%)    440,000   (15.6%)    160,000    (5.7%)    560,000   (19.9%)    40,000   (1.4%)    660,000   (23.4%)    2,820,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year        11,200,000   (46.4%)   4,720,000 (19.5%)    1,660,000   (6.9%)   3,060,000 (12.7%)    380,000   (1.6%)   3,120,000 (12.9%)    24,150,000
Did Not Receive Benefits in Survey Year

   Last Received Q1 Prev. Year                    160,000    (11.9%)    100,000    (7.5%)     80,000    (6.0%)    580,000   (43.3%)    20,000   (1.5%)    400,000   (29.9%)    1,340,000
   Last Received Q2 Prev. Year                    180,000    (13.4%)    100,000    (7.5%)     80,000    (6.0%)    540,000   (40.3%)    20,000   (1.5%)    400,000   (29.9%)    1,340,000
   Last Received Q3 Prev. Year                    300,000    (18.5%)    160,000    (9.9%)    120,000    (7.4%)    540,000   (33.3%)    20,000   (1.2%)    480,000   (29.6%)    1,620,000
   Last Received Q4 Prev. Year                    380,000    (25.0%)    180,000   (11.8%)     60,000    (3.9%)    420,000   (27.6%)    20,000   (1.3%)    440,000   (28.9%)    1,520,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year        120,000    (11.5%)     80,000    (7.7%)     60,000    (5.8%)    440,000   (42.3%)    20,000   (1.9%)    340,000   (32.7%)    1,040,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year      260,000    (14.6%)    160,000    (9.0%)    100,000    (5.6%)    700,000   (39.3%)    40,000   (2.2%)    520,000   (29.2%)    1,780,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year          660,000    (22.0%)    300,000   (10.0%)    200,000    (6.7%)    920,000   (30.7%)    40,000   (1.3%)    880,000   (29.3%)    3,000,000




                                                                                                                                                                       78
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
                                                                                                                                                                  4

                Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                        CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Re-Weighted
                       Version=B: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, Edited CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                     Persons Not
                                                          Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                            Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                        Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                 Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured       Total
Total Unweighted Count                        550    (52.4%)      550    (52.4%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)      1,050
Total Weighted Count                       780,000   (50.0%)   800,000   (51.3%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,560,000
Age 0 - 5                                  180,000   (60.0%)   100,000   (33.3%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    300,000
Age 6 - 14                                 220,000   (61.1%)   140,000   (38.9%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    360,000
Age 15 - 17                                 60,000 (75.0%)      20,000 (25.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     80,000
Age 18 - 44                                280,000   (56.0%)   220,000   (44.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    500,000
Age 45 - 64                                 40,000 (22.2%)     140,000   (77.8%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    180,000
Age 65+                                         0     (0.0%)   140,000 (100.0%)      0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    140,000
White                                      440,000   (47.8%)   480,000   (52.2%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    920,000
Black                                      300,000   (55.6%)   240,000   (44.4%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    540,000
AIAN                                        20,000 (50.0%)      20,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     40,000
API                                         20,000 (25.0%)      40,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     80,000
Male                                       300,000   (48.4%)   320,000   (51.6%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    620,000
Female                                     460,000   (48.9%)   480,000   (51.1%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    940,000
Hispanic                                   180,000   (60.0%)   120,000   (40.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    300,000
Non-Hispanic                               600,000   (47.6%)   680,000   (54.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,260,000
CPS SSI - Yes                              100,000   (20.0%)   400,000   (80.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    500,000
CPS SSI - No                               660,000   (62.3%)   400,000   (37.7%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,060,000
CPS TANF - Yes                             420,000   (60.0%)   280,000   (40.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    700,000
CPS TANF - No                              360,000   (40.9%)   520,000   (59.1%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    880,000
MSIS SSI - Yes                             100,000   (20.0%)   400,000   (80.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    500,000
MSIS SSI - No                              680,000   (64.2%)   400,000   (37.7%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,060,000




                                                                                                                                                   79
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                         CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Re-Weighted
                        Version=B: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, Edited CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                         Persons Not
                                                              Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                            Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                     Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured       Total
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                       780,000   (50.0%)   800,000   (51.3%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,560,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                 240,000   (66.7%)   100,000   (27.8%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    360,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%                120,000   (46.2%)   140,000   (53.8%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    260,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%                 80,000 (33.3%)     160,000   (66.7%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    240,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%               80,000 (50.0%)      80,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    160,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%               80,000 (57.1%)      60,000 (42.9%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    140,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%               20,000 (20.0%)      80,000 (80.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    100,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%               40,000 (50.0%)      40,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     80,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater         100,000   (38.5%)   140,000   (53.8%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    260,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Self          160,000   (36.4%)   300,000   (68.2%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    440,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Spouse         40,000 (33.3%)      60,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    120,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Non-Adult)      380,000   (61.3%)   260,000   (41.9%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    620,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Adult)          100,000   (55.6%)    80,000 (44.4%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    180,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Parent             0     (0.0%)    20,000 (100.0%)      0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     20,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Other         100,000   (55.6%)    80,000 (44.4%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    180,000




                                                                                                                                                       80
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
                                                                                                                                                                         6

              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                        CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Re-Weighted
                       Version=B: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, Edited CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=3

                                                                                                                            Persons Not
                                                                 Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                   Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                               Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                        Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured       Total
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: Yes                   280,000   (60.9%)   160,000   (34.8%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    460,000
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: No                    480,000   (42.9%)   620,000   (55.4%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,120,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Medical Svc. Not Rcvd.          40,000 (40.0%)      60,000 (60.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    100,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Med. Service Received          180,000   (40.9%)   260,000   (59.1%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    440,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Svc. Not Noted          160,000   (47.1%)   180,000   (52.9%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    340,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Service Noted           380,000   (55.9%)   300,000   (44.1%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    680,000
Received Benefits in Survey Year

   Began Rcvng. Q1 Prev. Year or Earlier          520,000   (45.6%)   620,000   (54.4%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,140,000
   Began Receiving Q2 Prev. Year                   40,000 (50.0%)      40,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     80,000
   Began Receiving Q3 Prev. Year                   20,000 (33.3%)      20,000 (33.3%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     60,000
   Began Receiving Q4 Prev. Year                   40,000 (50.0%)      40,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     80,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year         20,000 (100.0%)     20,000 (100.0%)      0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     20,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year       60,000 (42.9%)      80,000 (57.1%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    140,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year          560,000   (46.7%)   640,000   (53.3%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,200,000
Did Not Receive Benefits in Survey Year

   Last Received Q1 Prev. Year                     40,000 (100.0%)     20,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     40,000
   Last Received Q2 Prev. Year                     20,000 (50.0%)      20,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     40,000
   Last Received Q3 Prev. Year                     40,000 (66.7%)      20,000 (33.3%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     60,000
   Last Received Q4 Prev. Year                     40,000 (66.7%)      20,000 (33.3%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     60,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year         20,000 (50.0%)          0     (0.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     40,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year       40,000 (50.0%)      40,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     80,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year           80,000 (80.0%)      20,000 (20.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    100,000




                                                                                                                                                          81
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
                                                                                                                                                                           7

                Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                      CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Re-Weighted
                    Version=C: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, Imputed CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                   Persons Not
                                                        Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                          Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                      Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics               Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                  Total
Total Unweighted Count                       450   (17.3%)      450    (17.3%)      100     (3.8%)        900   (34.6%)       50     (1.9%)        600   (23.1%)      2,600
Total Weighted Count                     880,000   (17.1%)   920,000   (17.9%)   280,000    (5.4%)   1,600,000 (31.1%)    140,000    (2.7%)   1,300,000 (25.3%)    5,140,000
Age 0 - 5                                220,000   (22.9%)   160,000   (16.7%)    20,000    (2.1%)    280,000   (29.2%)        0     (0.0%)    280,000   (29.2%)    960,000
Age 6 - 14                               240,000   (19.0%)   280,000   (22.2%)        0     (0.0%)    420,000   (33.3%)        0     (0.0%)    300,000   (23.8%)   1,260,000
Age 15 - 17                               40,000 (14.3%)      40,000 (14.3%)          0     (0.0%)    100,000   (35.7%)        0     (0.0%)    100,000   (35.7%)    280,000
Age 18 - 44                              280,000   (17.1%)   180,000   (11.0%)    40,000    (2.4%)    600,000   (36.6%)    20,000    (1.2%)    540,000   (32.9%)   1,640,000
Age 45 - 64                               80,000 (14.8%)     120,000   (22.2%)    60,000 (11.1%)      180,000   (33.3%)    20,000    (3.7%)    100,000   (18.5%)    540,000
Age 65+                                       0     (0.0%)   160,000   (34.8%)   160,000   (34.8%)     40,000    (8.7%)   100,000   (21.7%)          0    (0.0%)    460,000
White                                    500,000   (16.4%)   540,000   (17.8%)   160,000    (5.3%)    960,000   (31.6%)    80,000    (2.6%)    800,000   (26.3%)   3,040,000
Black                                    360,000   (20.2%)   320,000   (18.0%)   100,000    (5.6%)    520,000   (29.2%)    60,000    (3.4%)    440,000   (24.7%)   1,780,000
AIAN                                          0     (0.0%)    20,000 (20.0%)      20,000 (20.0%)       40,000 (40.0%)          0     (0.0%)     20,000 (20.0%)      100,000
API                                       20,000    (8.3%)    60,000 (25.0%)      20,000    (8.3%)    100,000   (41.7%)        0     (0.0%)     40,000 (16.7%)      240,000
Male                                     380,000   (17.6%)   400,000   (18.5%)   120,000    (5.6%)    680,000   (31.5%)    60,000    (2.8%)    500,000   (23.1%)   2,160,000
Female                                   480,000   (16.0%)   520,000   (17.3%)   160,000    (5.3%)    920,000   (30.7%)   100,000    (3.3%)    800,000   (26.7%)   3,000,000
Hispanic                                 200,000   (19.2%)   200,000   (19.2%)    60,000    (5.8%)    300,000   (28.8%)    20,000    (1.9%)    260,000   (25.0%)   1,040,000
Non-Hispanic                             660,000   (16.0%)   740,000   (18.0%)   240,000    (5.8%)   1,300,000 (31.6%)    120,000    (2.9%)   1,060,000 (25.7%)    4,120,000
CPS SSI - Yes                            140,000   (41.2%)   180,000   (52.9%)        0     (0.0%)     20,000    (5.9%)        0     (0.0%)          0    (0.0%)    340,000
CPS SSI - No                             740,000   (15.4%)   740,000   (15.4%)   280,000    (5.8%)   1,600,000 (33.2%)    140,000    (2.9%)   1,300,000 (27.0%)    4,820,000
CPS TANF - Yes                           260,000   (54.2%)   180,000   (37.5%)        0     (0.0%)     20,000    (4.2%)        0     (0.0%)     20,000    (4.2%)    480,000
CPS TANF - No                            620,000   (13.3%)   760,000   (16.3%)   280,000    (6.0%)   1,580,000 (33.9%)    140,000    (3.0%)   1,280,000 (27.5%)    4,660,000
MSIS SSI - Yes                           160,000   (15.7%)   280,000   (27.5%)   160,000   (15.7%)    220,000   (21.6%)    80,000    (7.8%)    140,000   (13.7%)   1,020,000
MSIS SSI - No                            700,000   (17.0%)   660,000   (16.0%)   120,000    (2.9%)   1,400,000 (34.0%)     60,000    (1.5%)   1,180,000 (28.6%)    4,120,000




                                                                                                                                                            82
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                        CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Re-Weighted
                      Version=C: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, Imputed CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                         Persons Not
                                                              Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                            Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                     Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                 Total
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                       880,000   (17.1%)   920,000   (17.9%)   280,000    (5.4%)   1,600,000 (31.1%)    140,000   (2.7%)   1,300,000 (25.3%)    5,140,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                 240,000   (27.9%)   180,000   (20.9%)    20,000    (2.3%)    160,000   (18.6%)        0    (0.0%)    260,000   (30.2%)    860,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%                100,000   (23.8%)    80,000 (19.0%)      20,000    (4.8%)     60,000 (14.3%)          0    (0.0%)    160,000   (38.1%)    420,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%                100,000   (21.7%)    80,000 (17.4%)      60,000 (13.0%)      120,000   (26.1%)    20,000   (4.3%)     80,000 (17.4%)      460,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%               80,000 (19.0%)     100,000   (23.8%)    40,000    (9.5%)    100,000   (23.8%)    20,000   (4.8%)    100,000   (23.8%)    420,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%               80,000 (18.2%)      80,000 (18.2%)      20,000    (4.5%)    100,000   (22.7%)    20,000   (4.5%)    140,000   (31.8%)    440,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%              100,000   (22.7%)    80,000 (18.2%)      20,000    (4.5%)    160,000   (36.4%)        0    (0.0%)     60,000 (13.6%)      440,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%               20,000    (6.7%)    40,000 (13.3%)      20,000    (6.7%)    120,000   (40.0%)    20,000   (6.7%)     80,000 (26.7%)      300,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater         140,000    (7.7%)   300,000   (16.5%)   120,000    (6.6%)    800,000   (44.0%)    60,000   (3.3%)    380,000   (20.9%)   1,820,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Self          180,000   (12.7%)   260,000   (18.3%)   180,000   (12.7%)    400,000   (28.2%)    80,000   (5.6%)    320,000   (22.5%)   1,420,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Spouse         40,000 (12.5%)      40,000 (12.5%)      20,000    (6.3%)    140,000   (43.8%)    20,000   (6.3%)     60,000 (18.8%)      320,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Non-Adult)      400,000   (21.1%)   420,000   (22.1%)    20,000    (1.1%)    680,000   (35.8%)    20,000   (1.1%)    380,000   (20.0%)   1,900,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Adult)          100,000   (22.7%)    60,000 (13.6%)      20,000    (4.5%)    140,000   (31.8%)        0    (0.0%)    140,000   (31.8%)    440,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Parent         20,000 (16.7%)      40,000 (33.3%)      20,000 (16.7%)       20,000 (16.7%)      20,000 (16.7%)      20,000 (16.7%)      120,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Other         160,000   (17.0%)   100,000   (10.6%)    40,000    (4.3%)    240,000   (25.5%)        0    (0.0%)    380,000   (40.4%)    940,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                        CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Re-Weighted
                      Version=C: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, Imputed CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=3

                                                                                                                            Persons Not
                                                                 Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                   Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                               Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                        Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                Total
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: Yes                   260,000   (24.5%)   180,000   (17.0%)    20,000    (1.9%)    260,000   (24.5%)        0    (0.0%)   340,000   (32.1%)   1,060,000
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: No                    620,000   (15.3%)   760,000   (18.8%)   260,000    (6.4%)   1,320,000 (32.7%)    140,000   (3.5%)   960,000   (23.8%)   4,040,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Medical Svc. Not Rcvd.          40,000 (11.8%)      40,000 (11.8%)      20,000    (5.9%)    120,000   (35.3%)        0    (0.0%)   120,000   (35.3%)    340,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Med. Service Received          240,000   (17.6%)   240,000   (17.6%)   160,000   (11.8%)    400,000   (29.4%)    80,000   (5.9%)   260,000   (19.1%)   1,360,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Svc. Not Noted          100,000   (12.2%)   200,000   (24.4%)    20,000    (2.4%)    280,000   (34.1%)    20,000   (2.4%)   220,000   (26.8%)    820,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Service Noted           480,000   (18.8%)   440,000   (17.2%)    80,000    (3.1%)    800,000   (31.3%)    60,000   (2.3%)   700,000   (27.3%)   2,560,000
No MAX Data Available                                  0     (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)     20,000 (50.0%)          0    (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)     40,000
Received Benefits in Survey Year

   Began Rcvng. Q1 Prev. Year or Earlier          620,000   (17.6%)   740,000   (21.0%)   220,000    (6.3%)    980,000   (27.8%)   120,000   (3.4%)   860,000   (24.4%)   3,520,000
   Began Receiving Q2 Prev. Year                   40,000 (18.2%)      40,000 (18.2%)          0     (0.0%)    100,000   (45.5%)        0    (0.0%)    40,000 (18.2%)      220,000
   Began Receiving Q3 Prev. Year                   60,000 (23.1%)      40,000 (15.4%)          0     (0.0%)    100,000   (38.5%)        0    (0.0%)    60,000 (23.1%)      260,000
   Began Receiving Q4 Prev. Year                   60,000 (23.1%)      20,000    (7.7%)    20,000    (7.7%)     60,000 (23.1%)      20,000   (7.7%)   100,000   (38.5%)    260,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year         40,000 (33.3%)      20,000 (16.7%)          0     (0.0%)     20,000 (16.7%)          0    (0.0%)    60,000 (50.0%)      120,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year       80,000 (21.1%)      60,000 (15.8%)      20,000    (5.3%)    140,000   (36.8%)    20,000   (5.3%)    80,000 (21.1%)      380,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year          660,000   (17.6%)   760,000   (20.2%)   220,000    (5.9%)   1,080,000 (28.7%)    120,000   (3.2%)   900,000   (23.9%)   3,760,000
Did Not Receive Benefits in Survey Year

   Last Received Q1 Prev. Year                     20,000    (9.1%)    40,000 (18.2%)      20,000    (9.1%)     80,000 (36.4%)          0    (0.0%)    60,000 (27.3%)      220,000
   Last Received Q2 Prev. Year                     20,000 (11.1%)      20,000 (11.1%)          0     (0.0%)    100,000   (55.6%)        0    (0.0%)    40,000 (22.2%)      180,000
   Last Received Q3 Prev. Year                     40,000 (15.4%)      20,000    (7.7%)    20,000    (7.7%)    120,000   (46.2%)        0    (0.0%)    60,000 (23.1%)      260,000
   Last Received Q4 Prev. Year                     20,000    (9.1%)    20,000    (9.1%)        0     (0.0%)     80,000 (36.4%)          0    (0.0%)    80,000 (36.4%)      220,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year             0     (0.0%)    20,000 (12.5%)      20,000 (12.5%)       60,000 (37.5%)          0    (0.0%)    60,000 (37.5%)      160,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year       40,000 (15.4%)      20,000    (7.7%)    20,000    (7.7%)    120,000   (46.2%)        0    (0.0%)    40,000 (15.4%)      260,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year           60,000 (13.0%)      40,000    (8.7%)    20,000    (4.3%)    180,000   (39.1%)        0    (0.0%)   140,000   (30.4%)    460,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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                Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                        CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Re-Weighted
                       Version=D: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, Explicit CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                      Persons Not
                                                           Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                             Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                         Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                  Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                      Total
Total Unweighted Count                        8,250 (45.1%)         2,650 (14.5%)        1,350     (7.4%)      3,100 (16.9%)        300    (1.6%)      2,600 (14.2%)        18,300
Total Weighted Count                      11,700,000   (43.7%)   4,020,000 (15.0%)    1,940,000    (7.3%)   4,220,000 (15.8%)    400,000   (1.5%)   4,440,000 (16.6%)    26,750,000
Age 0 - 5                                  3,020,000 (51.2%)      580,000    (9.8%)    400,000     (6.8%)   1,020,000 (17.3%)     80,000   (1.4%)    800,000   (13.6%)    5,900,000
Age 6 - 14                                 3,660,000 (51.8%)      540,000    (7.6%)    460,000     (6.5%)   1,300,000 (18.4%)    120,000   (1.7%)    960,000   (13.6%)    7,060,000
Age 15 - 17                                 740,000    (49.3%)    120,000    (8.0%)     80,000     (5.3%)    260,000   (17.3%)    20,000   (1.3%)    280,000   (18.7%)    1,500,000
Age 18 - 44                                3,200,000 (40.4%)      820,000   (10.4%)    260,000     (3.3%)   1,480,000 (18.7%)     40,000   (0.5%)   2,120,000 (26.8%)     7,920,000
Age 45 - 64                                1,080,000 (44.6%)      660,000   (27.3%)    260,000    (10.7%)    140,000    (5.8%)    40,000   (1.7%)    240,000    (9.9%)    2,420,000
Age 65+                                           0     (0.0%)   1,300,000 (67.0%)     500,000    (25.8%)          0    (0.0%)   100,000   (5.2%)     40,000    (2.1%)    1,940,000
White                                      7,680,000 (43.9%)     2,720,000 (15.5%)    1,280,000    (7.3%)   2,680,000 (15.3%)    260,000   (1.5%)   2,860,000 (16.3%)    17,500,000
Black                                      3,360,000 (44.4%)      980,000   (13.0%)    500,000     (6.6%)   1,360,000 (18.0%)    120,000   (1.6%)   1,220,000 (16.1%)     7,560,000
AIAN                                        320,000    (48.5%)    100,000   (15.2%)     40,000     (6.1%)     60,000    (9.1%)        0    (0.0%)    140,000   (21.2%)     660,000
API                                         340,000    (33.3%)    220,000   (21.6%)    100,000     (9.8%)    120,000   (11.8%)    20,000   (2.0%)    220,000   (21.6%)    1,020,000
Male                                       4,980,000 (45.9%)     1,560,000 (14.4%)     800,000     (7.4%)   1,720,000 (15.9%)    160,000   (1.5%)   1,620,000 (14.9%)    10,850,000
Female                                     6,720,000 (42.4%)     2,460,000 (15.5%)    1,140,000    (7.2%)   2,500,000 (15.8%)    240,000   (1.5%)   2,820,000 (17.8%)    15,850,000
Hispanic                                   2,880,000 (48.3%)      500,000    (8.4%)    360,000     (6.0%)    820,000   (13.8%)    40,000   (0.7%)   1,360,000 (22.8%)     5,960,000
Non-Hispanic                               8,820,000 (42.5%)     3,520,000 (17.0%)    1,580,000    (7.6%)   3,400,000 (16.4%)    360,000   (1.7%)   3,100,000 (14.9%)    20,750,000
CPS SSI - Yes                              1,400,000 (49.3%)     1,360,000 (47.9%)      40,000     (1.4%)          0    (0.0%)        0    (0.0%)     20,000    (0.7%)    2,840,000
CPS SSI - No                              10,300,000   (43.1%)   2,640,000 (11.0%)    1,900,000    (7.9%)   4,200,000 (17.6%)    400,000   (1.7%)   4,420,000 (18.5%)    23,900,000
CPS TANF - Yes                             3,660,000 (85.1%)      420,000    (9.8%)     60,000     (1.4%)     60,000    (1.4%)        0    (0.0%)     80,000    (1.9%)    4,300,000
CPS TANF - No                              8,040,000 (35.8%)     3,580,000 (15.9%)    1,880,000    (8.4%)   4,160,000 (18.5%)    400,000   (1.8%)   4,380,000 (19.5%)    22,450,000
MSIS SSI - Yes                             1,840,000 (39.1%)     1,780,000 (37.9%)     580,000    (12.3%)    200,000    (4.3%)    60,000   (1.3%)    240,000    (5.1%)    4,700,000
MSIS SSI - No                              9,860,000 (44.8%)     2,240,000 (10.2%)    1,360,000    (6.2%)   4,020,000 (18.3%)    340,000   (1.5%)   4,200,000 (19.1%)    22,000,000




                                                                                                                                                                  85
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                        CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Re-Weighted
                       Version=D: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, Explicit CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                         Persons Not
                                                              Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                            Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                     Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                      Total
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                     11,700,000   (43.7%)   4,020,000 (15.0%)     1,940,000   (7.3%)   4,220,000 (15.8%)    400,000   (1.5%)   4,440,000 (16.6%)    26,750,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                3,060,000 (63.8%)      340,000     (7.1%)    240,000    (5.0%)    260,000    (5.4%)    20,000   (0.4%)    900,000   (18.8%)    4,800,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%               2,160,000 (60.7%)      400,000    (11.2%)    240,000    (6.7%)    260,000    (7.3%)    40,000   (1.1%)    480,000   (13.5%)    3,560,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%               1,700,000 (43.6%)      840,000    (21.5%)    340,000    (8.7%)    340,000    (8.7%)    40,000   (1.0%)    640,000   (16.4%)    3,900,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%             1,340,000 (43.5%)      540,000    (17.5%)    260,000    (8.4%)    400,000   (13.0%)    60,000   (1.9%)    500,000   (16.2%)    3,080,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%              960,000    (38.7%)    420,000    (16.9%)    240,000    (9.7%)    440,000   (17.7%)    40,000   (1.6%)    380,000   (15.3%)    2,480,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%              680,000    (35.8%)    300,000    (15.8%)    160,000    (8.4%)    460,000   (24.2%)    20,000   (1.1%)    280,000   (14.7%)    1,900,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%              480,000    (31.2%)    260,000    (16.9%)     80,000    (5.2%)    380,000   (24.7%)    40,000   (2.6%)    300,000   (19.5%)    1,540,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater        1,340,000 (24.6%)      920,000    (16.9%)    380,000    (7.0%)   1,700,000 (31.3%)    140,000   (2.6%)    960,000   (17.6%)    5,440,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Self         2,600,000 (36.9%)     1,820,000 (25.9%)      620,000    (8.8%)    840,000   (11.9%)   100,000   (1.4%)   1,080,000 (15.3%)     7,040,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Spouse        540,000    (32.5%)    280,000    (16.9%)    120,000    (7.2%)    340,000   (20.5%)    20,000   (1.2%)    380,000   (22.9%)    1,660,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Non-Adult)     6,000,000 (52.2%)     1,080,000    (9.4%)    700,000    (6.1%)   2,140,000 (18.6%)    200,000   (1.7%)   1,380,000 (12.0%)    11,500,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Adult)          640,000    (36.8%)    240,000    (13.8%)    100,000    (5.7%)    280,000   (16.1%)    20,000   (1.1%)    460,000   (26.4%)    1,740,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Parent         60,000 (15.8%)       180,000    (47.4%)     80,000 (21.1%)       20,000    (5.3%)    20,000   (5.3%)     40,000 (10.5%)       380,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Other        1,880,000 (42.7%)      420,000     (9.5%)    320,000    (7.3%)    620,000   (14.1%)    60,000   (1.4%)   1,100,000 (25.0%)     4,400,000




                                                                                                                                                                     86
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                       CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Re-Weighted
                      Version=D: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, Explicit CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=3

                                                                                                                            Persons Not
                                                                 Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                   Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                               Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                        Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                      Total
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: Yes                  3,560,000 (62.2%)      300,000    (5.2%)    160,000    (2.8%)    780,000    (13.6%)    40,000   (0.7%)    860,000   (15.0%)    5,720,000
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: No                   8,080,000 (38.8%)     3,680,000 (17.7%)    1,780,000   (8.6%)   3,380,000 (16.3%)     360,000   (1.7%)   3,540,000 (17.0%)    20,800,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Medical Svc. Not Rcvd.         280,000    (17.5%)    140,000    (8.8%)    100,000    (6.3%)    560,000    (35.0%)    40,000   (2.5%)    480,000   (30.0%)    1,600,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Med. Service Received         2,780,000 (37.9%)     1,700,000 (23.2%)     680,000    (9.3%)    800,000    (10.9%)   140,000   (1.9%)   1,220,000 (16.6%)     7,340,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Svc. Not Noted         1,300,000 (34.6%)      300,000    (8.0%)    280,000    (7.4%)   1,060,000 (28.2%)      60,000   (1.6%)    740,000   (19.7%)    3,760,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Service Noted          7,280,000 (52.8%)     1,820,000 (13.2%)     840,000    (6.1%)   1,760,000 (12.8%)     160,000   (1.2%)   1,960,000 (14.2%)    13,800,000
No MAX Data Available                              60,000 (30.0%)        20,000 (10.0%)            0    (0.0%)     60,000 (30.0%)           0    (0.0%)     40,000 (20.0%)       200,000
Received Benefits in Survey Year

   Began Rcvng. Q1 Prev. Year or Earlier         9,500,000 (52.5%)     3,140,000 (17.3%)    1,340,000   (7.4%)   1,800,000    (9.9%)   220,000   (1.2%)   2,100,000 (11.6%)    18,100,000
   Began Receiving Q2 Prev. Year                  540,000    (40.9%)    180,000   (13.6%)    100,000    (7.6%)    220,000    (16.7%)    20,000   (1.5%)    240,000   (18.2%)    1,320,000
   Began Receiving Q3 Prev. Year                  480,000    (39.3%)    180,000   (14.8%)    120,000    (9.8%)    180,000    (14.8%)    20,000   (1.6%)    240,000   (19.7%)    1,220,000
   Began Receiving Q4 Prev. Year                  400,000    (28.6%)    160,000   (11.4%)     80,000    (5.7%)    320,000    (22.9%)    40,000   (2.9%)    380,000   (27.1%)    1,400,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year        120,000    (25.0%)     20,000    (4.2%)     40,000    (8.3%)    120,000    (25.0%)    20,000   (4.2%)    180,000   (37.5%)     480,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year      800,000    (34.8%)    300,000   (13.0%)    160,000    (7.0%)    420,000    (18.3%)    40,000   (1.7%)    580,000   (25.2%)    2,300,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year        10,000,000   (52.1%)   3,320,000 (17.3%)    1,440,000   (7.5%)   1,980,000 (10.3%)     260,000   (1.4%)   2,220,000 (11.6%)    19,200,000
Did Not Receive Benefits in Survey Year

   Last Received Q1 Prev. Year                    100,000     (9.3%)     40,000    (3.7%)     60,000    (5.6%)    480,000    (44.4%)    20,000   (1.9%)    340,000   (31.5%)    1,080,000
   Last Received Q2 Prev. Year                    140,000    (12.7%)     60,000    (5.5%)     80,000    (7.3%)    440,000    (40.0%)    20,000   (1.8%)    360,000   (32.7%)    1,100,000
   Last Received Q3 Prev. Year                    220,000    (16.9%)    120,000    (9.2%)    100,000    (7.7%)    420,000    (32.3%)    20,000   (1.5%)    420,000   (32.3%)    1,300,000
   Last Received Q4 Prev. Year                    320,000    (25.4%)    140,000   (11.1%)     60,000    (4.8%)    340,000    (27.0%)    20,000   (1.6%)    360,000   (28.6%)    1,260,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year         80,000     (9.5%)     40,000    (4.8%)     40,000    (4.8%)    380,000    (45.2%)    20,000   (2.4%)    280,000   (33.3%)     840,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year      180,000    (12.5%)    100,000    (6.9%)    100,000    (6.9%)    580,000    (40.3%)    20,000   (1.4%)    460,000   (31.9%)    1,440,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year          520,000    (21.3%)    220,000    (9.0%)    160,000    (6.6%)    740,000    (30.3%)    40,000   (1.6%)    740,000   (30.3%)    2,440,000




                                                                                                                                                                        87
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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                Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                        CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Re-Weighted
                         Version=E: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, All CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                      Persons Not
                                                           Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                             Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                         Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                  Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                       Total
Total Unweighted Count                         9,500 (40.9%)        3,850 (16.6%)        1,700     (7.3%)      4,250 (18.3%)        450     (1.9%)      3,450 (14.9%)        23,200
Total Weighted Count                      13,650,000   (38.5%)   6,040,000 (17.0%)    2,640,000    (7.4%)   6,220,000 (17.5%)    700,000    (2.0%)   6,180,000 (17.4%)    35,450,000
Age 0 - 5                                  3,440,000 (47.5%)      860,000   (11.9%)    420,000     (5.8%)   1,340,000 (18.5%)     80,000    (1.1%)   1,080,000 (14.9%)     7,240,000
Age 6 - 14                                 4,200,000 (46.7%)     1,000,000 (11.1%)     500,000     (5.6%)   1,820,000 (20.2%)    140,000    (1.6%)   1,340,000 (14.9%)     9,000,000
Age 15 - 17                                 900,000    (44.6%)    200,000    (9.9%)    100,000     (5.0%)    400,000   (19.8%)    40,000    (2.0%)    400,000   (19.8%)    2,020,000
Age 18 - 44                                3,860,000 (36.1%)     1,280,000 (12.0%)     320,000     (3.0%)   2,260,000 (21.1%)     60,000    (0.6%)   2,940,000 (27.5%)    10,700,000
Age 45 - 64                                1,260,000 (36.8%)      980,000   (28.7%)    380,000    (11.1%)    340,000    (9.9%)    60,000    (1.8%)    380,000   (11.1%)    3,420,000
Age 65+                                      20,000     (0.6%)   1,740,000 (56.5%)     920,000    (29.9%)     40,000    (1.3%)   320,000   (10.4%)     40,000    (1.3%)    3,080,000
White                                      8,840,000 (38.5%)     3,980,000 (17.3%)    1,780,000    (7.8%)   3,920,000 (17.1%)    460,000    (2.0%)   3,960,000 (17.3%)    22,950,000
Black                                      4,080,000 (39.6%)     1,600,000 (15.5%)     680,000     (6.6%)   1,960,000 (19.0%)    200,000    (1.9%)   1,780,000 (17.3%)    10,300,000
AIAN                                        360,000    (43.9%)    120,000   (14.6%)     60,000     (7.3%)     80,000    (9.8%)        0     (0.0%)    180,000   (22.0%)     820,000
API                                         380,000    (27.5%)    340,000   (24.6%)    120,000     (8.7%)    240,000   (17.4%)    20,000    (1.4%)    260,000   (18.8%)    1,380,000
Male                                       5,820,000 (40.4%)     2,420,000 (16.8%)    1,060,000    (7.4%)   2,560,000 (17.8%)    280,000    (1.9%)   2,280,000 (15.8%)    14,400,000
Female                                     7,860,000 (37.3%)     3,620,000 (17.2%)    1,580,000    (7.5%)   3,660,000 (17.4%)    420,000    (2.0%)   3,920,000 (18.6%)    21,050,000
Hispanic                                   3,340,000 (43.5%)      860,000   (11.2%)    480,000     (6.3%)   1,160,000 (15.1%)     80,000    (1.0%)   1,760,000 (22.9%)     7,680,000
Non-Hispanic                              10,350,000   (37.2%)   5,180,000 (18.6%)    2,160,000    (7.8%)   5,040,000 (18.1%)    620,000    (2.2%)   4,420,000 (15.9%)    27,800,000
CPS SSI - Yes                              1,660,000 (44.4%)     1,980,000 (52.9%)      40,000     (1.1%)     20,000    (0.5%)    20,000    (0.5%)     20,000    (0.5%)    3,740,000
CPS SSI - No                              12,000,000   (37.9%)   4,080,000 (12.9%)    2,600,000    (8.2%)   6,180,000 (19.5%)    680,000    (2.1%)   6,160,000 (19.4%)    31,700,000
CPS TANF - Yes                             4,360,000 (78.7%)      900,000   (16.2%)     60,000     (1.1%)     80,000    (1.4%)    20,000    (0.4%)    100,000    (1.8%)    5,540,000
CPS TANF - No                              9,320,000 (31.1%)     5,140,000 (17.2%)    2,580,000    (8.6%)   6,120,000 (20.4%)    680,000    (2.3%)   6,080,000 (20.3%)    29,950,000
MSIS SSI - Yes                             2,120,000 (34.0%)     2,460,000 (39.4%)     740,000    (11.9%)    420,000    (6.7%)   140,000    (2.2%)    380,000    (6.1%)    6,240,000
MSIS SSI - No                             11,550,000   (39.6%)   3,600,000 (12.3%)    1,900,000    (6.5%)   5,800,000 (19.9%)    560,000    (1.9%)   5,800,000 (19.9%)    29,200,000




                                                                                                                                                                   88
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                          CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Re-Weighted
                           Version=E: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, All CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                         Persons Not
                                                              Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                            Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                     Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                       Total
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                     13,350,000   (39.9%)   5,740,000 (17.2%)    2,220,000    (6.6%)   5,820,000 (17.4%)    540,000    (1.6%)   5,760,000 (17.2%)    33,450,000
MSIS Ins.: Partial not CHIP                    120,000     (9.0%)    240,000   (17.9%)    360,000    (26.9%)    200,000   (14.9%)   140,000   (10.4%)    280,000   (20.9%)    1,340,000
MSIS Ins.: Medicaid Expansion CHIP             200,000    (29.4%)     80,000 (11.8%)       60,000     (8.8%)    180,000   (26.5%)    20,000    (2.9%)    160,000   (23.5%)     680,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                3,580,000 (57.9%)      640,000   (10.4%)    260,000     (4.2%)    400,000    (6.5%)    40,000    (0.6%)   1,240,000 (20.1%)     6,180,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%               2,420,000 (55.0%)      640,000   (14.5%)    280,000     (6.4%)    340,000    (7.7%)    40,000    (0.9%)    680,000   (15.5%)    4,400,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%               1,900,000 (38.8%)     1,160,000 (23.7%)     480,000     (9.8%)    480,000    (9.8%)   100,000    (2.0%)    780,000   (15.9%)    4,900,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%             1,540,000 (38.5%)      780,000   (19.5%)    400,000    (10.0%)    540,000   (13.5%)   120,000    (3.0%)    660,000   (16.5%)    4,000,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%             1,180,000 (35.8%)      580,000   (17.6%)    320,000     (9.7%)    580,000   (17.6%)    80,000    (2.4%)    560,000   (17.0%)    3,300,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%              840,000    (32.3%)    480,000   (18.5%)    180,000     (6.9%)    680,000   (26.2%)    40,000    (1.5%)    380,000   (14.6%)    2,600,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%              580,000    (27.9%)    360,000   (17.3%)    120,000     (5.8%)    540,000   (26.0%)    40,000    (1.9%)    420,000   (20.2%)    2,080,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater        1,640,000 (20.4%)     1,420,000 (17.7%)     600,000     (7.5%)   2,660,000 (33.2%)    240,000    (3.0%)   1,460,000 (18.2%)     8,020,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Self         3,000,000 (30.7%)     2,540,000 (26.0%)    1,060,000 (10.9%)     1,320,000 (13.5%)    300,000    (3.1%)   1,560,000 (16.0%)     9,760,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Spouse        640,000    (27.8%)    420,000   (18.3%)    160,000     (7.0%)    520,000   (22.6%)    60,000    (2.6%)    480,000   (20.9%)    2,300,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Non-Adult)     6,900,000 (47.4%)     1,820,000 (12.5%)     780,000     (5.4%)   2,960,000 (20.3%)    220,000    (1.5%)   1,840,000 (12.6%)    14,550,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Adult)          900,000    (34.6%)    400,000   (15.4%)    140,000     (5.4%)    460,000   (17.7%)    20,000    (0.8%)    680,000   (26.2%)    2,600,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Parent         80,000 (13.8%)       240,000   (41.4%)    120,000    (20.7%)     40,000    (6.9%)    20,000    (3.4%)     60,000 (10.3%)       580,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Other        2,180,000 (38.2%)      600,000   (10.5%)    400,000     (7.0%)    880,000   (15.4%)    60,000    (1.1%)   1,560,000 (27.4%)     5,700,000




                                                                                                                                                                      89
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                        CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Re-Weighted
                         Version=E: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, All CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=3

                                                                                                                            Persons Not
                                                                 Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                   Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                               Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                        Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                      Total
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: Yes                  4,120,000 (56.9%)      640,000    (8.8%)    180,000     (2.5%)   1,060,000 (14.6%)     40,000   (0.6%)   1,220,000 (16.9%)     7,240,000
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: No                   9,480,000 (33.9%)     5,360,000 (19.2%)    2,460,000    (8.8%)   5,080,000 (18.2%)    660,000   (2.4%)   4,920,000 (17.6%)    27,950,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Medical Svc. Not Rcvd.         420,000    (15.0%)    340,000   (12.1%)    320,000    (11.4%)    820,000   (29.3%)   140,000   (5.0%)    760,000   (27.1%)    2,800,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Med. Service Received         3,300,000 (33.7%)     2,340,000 (23.9%)    1,020,000 (10.4%)     1,280,000 (13.1%)    240,000   (2.5%)   1,600,000 (16.4%)     9,780,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Svc. Not Noted         1,580,000 (31.0%)      680,000   (13.3%)    340,000     (6.7%)   1,380,000 (27.1%)    100,000   (2.0%)   1,020,000 (20.0%)     5,100,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Service Noted          8,280,000 (47.3%)     2,660,000 (15.2%)     960,000     (5.5%)   2,640,000 (15.1%)    220,000   (1.3%)   2,740,000 (15.7%)    17,500,000
No MAX Data Available                              80,000 (30.8%)        40,000 (15.4%)       20,000     (7.7%)     80,000 (30.8%)          0    (0.0%)     60,000 (23.1%)       260,000
Received Benefits in Survey Year

   Began Rcvng. Q1 Prev. Year or Earlier        11,100,000   (44.8%)   4,880,000 (19.7%)    1,940,000    (7.8%)   3,080,000 (12.4%)    460,000   (1.9%)   3,280,000 (13.3%)    24,750,000
   Began Receiving Q2 Prev. Year                  620,000    (36.5%)    260,000   (15.3%)    120,000     (7.1%)    340,000   (20.0%)    40,000   (2.4%)    300,000   (17.6%)    1,700,000
   Began Receiving Q3 Prev. Year                  540,000    (33.3%)    260,000   (16.0%)    140,000     (8.6%)    320,000   (19.8%)    40,000   (2.5%)    320,000   (19.8%)    1,620,000
   Began Receiving Q4 Prev. Year                  500,000    (27.2%)    220,000   (12.0%)    120,000     (6.5%)    440,000   (23.9%)    40,000   (2.2%)    520,000   (28.3%)    1,840,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year        160,000    (23.5%)     40,000    (5.9%)     40,000     (5.9%)    160,000   (23.5%)    20,000   (2.9%)    240,000   (35.3%)     680,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year      900,000    (30.8%)    440,000   (15.1%)    220,000     (7.5%)    640,000   (21.9%)    60,000   (2.1%)    700,000   (24.0%)    2,920,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year        11,700,000   (44.5%)   5,120,000 (19.5%)    2,080,000    (7.9%)   3,380,000 (12.9%)    520,000   (2.0%)   3,480,000 (13.2%)    26,300,000
Did Not Receive Benefits in Survey Year

   Last Received Q1 Prev. Year                    140,000    (10.8%)     80,000    (6.2%)     80,000     (6.2%)    580,000   (44.6%)    20,000   (1.5%)    420,000   (32.3%)    1,300,000
   Last Received Q2 Prev. Year                    180,000    (13.2%)    120,000    (8.8%)    100,000     (7.4%)    520,000   (38.2%)    20,000   (1.5%)    420,000   (30.9%)    1,360,000
   Last Received Q3 Prev. Year                    260,000    (17.6%)    100,000    (6.8%)     80,000     (5.4%)    540,000   (36.5%)    20,000   (1.4%)    480,000   (32.4%)    1,480,000
   Last Received Q4 Prev. Year                    340,000    (23.9%)    160,000   (11.3%)     60,000     (4.2%)    420,000   (29.6%)    20,000   (1.4%)    440,000   (31.0%)    1,420,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year        100,000     (9.8%)     40,000    (3.9%)     60,000     (5.9%)    420,000   (41.2%)    20,000   (2.0%)    380,000   (37.3%)    1,020,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year      240,000    (14.0%)    140,000    (8.1%)    100,000     (5.8%)    720,000   (41.9%)    40,000   (2.3%)    500,000   (29.1%)    1,720,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year          560,000    (19.9%)    260,000    (9.2%)    160,000     (5.7%)    900,000   (31.9%)    40,000   (1.4%)    880,000   (31.2%)    2,820,000




                                                                                                                                                                        90
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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                Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                        CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Re-Weighted
                       Version=F: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, Edited CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                     Persons Not
                                                          Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                            Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                        Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                 Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured       Total
Total Unweighted Count                        550    (50.0%)      550    (50.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)      1,100
Total Weighted Count                       800,000   (49.4%)   820,000   (50.6%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,620,000
Age 0 - 5                                  180,000   (60.0%)   100,000   (33.3%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    300,000
Age 6 - 14                                 220,000   (61.1%)   140,000   (38.9%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    360,000
Age 15 - 17                                 60,000 (75.0%)      20,000 (25.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     80,000
Age 18 - 44                                280,000   (53.8%)   240,000   (46.2%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    520,000
Age 45 - 64                                 40,000 (20.0%)     160,000   (80.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    200,000
Age 65+                                         0     (0.0%)   140,000   (87.5%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    160,000
White                                      460,000   (47.9%)   500,000   (52.1%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    960,000
Black                                      300,000   (55.6%)   260,000   (48.1%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    540,000
AIAN                                        20,000 (50.0%)      20,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     40,000
API                                         20,000 (25.0%)      60,000 (75.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     80,000
Male                                       320,000   (48.5%)   340,000   (51.5%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    660,000
Female                                     480,000   (50.0%)   480,000   (50.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    960,000
Hispanic                                   180,000   (60.0%)   120,000   (40.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    300,000
Non-Hispanic                               620,000   (47.0%)   700,000   (53.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,320,000
CPS SSI - Yes                              120,000   (23.1%)   400,000   (76.9%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    520,000
CPS SSI - No                               700,000   (63.6%)   420,000   (38.2%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,100,000
CPS TANF - Yes                             420,000   (60.0%)   280,000   (40.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    700,000
CPS TANF - No                              380,000   (41.3%)   540,000   (58.7%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    920,000
MSIS SSI - Yes                             100,000   (20.0%)   400,000   (80.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    500,000
MSIS SSI - No                              700,000   (62.5%)   420,000   (37.5%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,120,000




                                                                                                                                                   91
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                         CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Re-Weighted
                        Version=F: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, Edited CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                         Persons Not
                                                              Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                            Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                     Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured       Total
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                       780,000   (50.0%)   800,000   (51.3%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,560,000
MSIS Ins.: Partial not CHIP                     20,000 (50.0%)      20,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     40,000
MSIS Ins.: Medicaid Expansion CHIP              20,000 (100.0%)         0     (0.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     20,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                 260,000   (72.2%)   100,000   (27.8%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    360,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%                120,000   (46.2%)   140,000   (53.8%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    260,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%                 80,000 (33.3%)     160,000   (66.7%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    240,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%              100,000   (62.5%)    80,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    160,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%               80,000 (57.1%)      60,000 (42.9%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    140,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%               20,000 (20.0%)      80,000 (80.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    100,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%               40,000 (50.0%)      40,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     80,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater         100,000   (38.5%)   160,000   (61.5%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    260,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Self          160,000   (34.8%)   300,000   (65.2%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    460,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Spouse         40,000 (33.3%)      60,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    120,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Non-Adult)      380,000   (57.6%)   260,000   (39.4%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    660,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Adult)          100,000   (50.0%)   100,000   (50.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    200,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Parent             0     (0.0%)    20,000 (100.0%)      0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     20,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Other         100,000   (55.6%)    80,000 (44.4%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    180,000




                                                                                                                                                       92
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                        CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Re-Weighted
                       Version=F: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, Edited CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=3

                                                                                                                            Persons Not
                                                                 Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                   Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                               Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                        Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured       Total
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: Yes                   280,000   (60.9%)   160,000   (34.8%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    460,000
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: No                    520,000   (44.1%)   660,000   (55.9%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,180,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Medical Svc. Not Rcvd.          60,000 (50.0%)      80,000 (66.7%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    120,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Med. Service Received          200,000   (43.5%)   260,000   (56.5%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    460,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Svc. Not Noted          160,000   (47.1%)   180,000   (52.9%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    340,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Service Noted           400,000   (57.1%)   320,000   (45.7%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    700,000
Received Benefits in Survey Year

   Began Rcvng. Q1 Prev. Year or Earlier          540,000   (45.8%)   640,000   (54.2%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,180,000
   Began Receiving Q2 Prev. Year                   40,000 (50.0%)      40,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     80,000
   Began Receiving Q3 Prev. Year                   20,000 (33.3%)      40,000 (66.7%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     60,000
   Began Receiving Q4 Prev. Year                   60,000 (60.0%)      40,000 (40.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    100,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year         20,000 (100.0%)     20,000 (100.0%)      0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     20,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year       60,000 (42.9%)      80,000 (57.1%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    140,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year          580,000   (46.0%)   660,000   (52.4%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,260,000
Did Not Receive Benefits in Survey Year

   Last Received Q1 Prev. Year                     40,000 (100.0%)         0     (0.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     40,000
   Last Received Q2 Prev. Year                     20,000 (50.0%)      20,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     40,000
   Last Received Q3 Prev. Year                     40,000 (66.7%)      20,000 (33.3%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     60,000
   Last Received Q4 Prev. Year                     40,000 (66.7%)      20,000 (33.3%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     60,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year         20,000 (50.0%)          0     (0.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     40,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year       40,000 (50.0%)      40,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     80,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year           60,000 (60.0%)      20,000 (20.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    100,000




                                                                                                                                                          93
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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                Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                      CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Re-Weighted
                    Version=G: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, Imputed CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                   Persons Not
                                                        Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                          Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                      Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics               Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                  Total
Total Unweighted Count                       500   (18.2%)      500    (18.2%)      100     (3.6%)        950   (34.5%)      100     (3.6%)        650   (23.6%)      2,750
Total Weighted Count                     900,000   (16.6%)   980,000   (18.1%)   320,000    (5.9%)   1,680,000 (31.0%)    180,000    (3.3%)   1,360,000 (25.1%)    5,420,000
Age 0 - 5                                220,000   (22.9%)   160,000   (16.7%)    20,000    (2.1%)    280,000   (29.2%)        0     (0.0%)    280,000   (29.2%)    960,000
Age 6 - 14                               240,000   (18.5%)   280,000   (21.5%)        0     (0.0%)    440,000   (33.8%)        0     (0.0%)    320,000   (24.6%)   1,300,000
Age 15 - 17                               40,000 (13.3%)      40,000 (13.3%)      20,000    (6.7%)    120,000   (40.0%)        0     (0.0%)    100,000   (33.3%)    300,000
Age 18 - 44                              280,000   (16.1%)   200,000   (11.5%)    40,000    (2.3%)    620,000   (35.6%)    20,000    (1.1%)    580,000   (33.3%)   1,740,000
Age 45 - 64                              100,000   (16.7%)   120,000   (20.0%)    60,000 (10.0%)      200,000   (33.3%)    20,000    (3.3%)    120,000   (20.0%)    600,000
Age 65+                                       0     (0.0%)   160,000   (29.6%)   200,000   (37.0%)     40,000    (7.4%)   140,000   (25.9%)          0    (0.0%)    540,000
White                                    520,000   (16.0%)   580,000   (17.8%)   200,000    (6.1%)   1,000,000 (30.7%)    120,000    (3.7%)    840,000   (25.8%)   3,260,000
Black                                    360,000   (19.6%)   320,000   (17.4%)   100,000    (5.4%)    520,000   (28.3%)    60,000    (3.3%)    460,000   (25.0%)   1,840,000
AIAN                                          0     (0.0%)    20,000 (20.0%)      20,000 (20.0%)       40,000 (40.0%)          0     (0.0%)     40,000 (40.0%)      100,000
API                                       20,000    (8.3%)    60,000 (25.0%)      20,000    (8.3%)    100,000   (41.7%)        0     (0.0%)     40,000 (16.7%)      240,000
Male                                     400,000   (17.7%)   440,000   (19.5%)   140,000    (6.2%)    720,000   (31.9%)    80,000    (3.5%)    520,000   (23.0%)   2,260,000
Female                                   500,000   (15.8%)   540,000   (17.1%)   180,000    (5.7%)    960,000   (30.4%)   120,000    (3.8%)    840,000   (26.6%)   3,160,000
Hispanic                                 220,000   (20.4%)   220,000   (20.4%)    60,000    (5.6%)    320,000   (29.6%)    20,000    (1.9%)    260,000   (24.1%)   1,080,000
Non-Hispanic                             700,000   (16.1%)   760,000   (17.5%)   260,000    (6.0%)   1,360,000 (31.3%)    160,000    (3.7%)   1,100,000 (25.3%)    4,340,000
CPS SSI - Yes                            140,000   (38.9%)   200,000   (55.6%)        0     (0.0%)     20,000    (5.6%)        0     (0.0%)          0    (0.0%)    360,000
CPS SSI - No                             760,000   (15.0%)   780,000   (15.4%)   320,000    (6.3%)   1,660,000 (32.8%)    180,000    (3.6%)   1,360,000 (26.9%)    5,060,000
CPS TANF - Yes                           260,000   (52.0%)   180,000   (36.0%)        0     (0.0%)     20,000    (4.0%)        0     (0.0%)     20,000    (4.0%)    500,000
CPS TANF - No                            640,000   (13.0%)   780,000   (15.9%)   320,000    (6.5%)   1,640,000 (33.3%)    180,000    (3.7%)   1,340,000 (27.2%)    4,920,000
MSIS SSI - Yes                           160,000   (15.7%)   280,000   (27.5%)   160,000   (15.7%)    220,000   (21.6%)    80,000    (7.8%)    140,000   (13.7%)   1,020,000
MSIS SSI - No                            740,000   (16.8%)   700,000   (15.9%)   160,000    (3.6%)   1,460,000 (33.2%)    100,000    (2.3%)   1,240,000 (28.2%)    4,400,000




                                                                                                                                                            94
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                        CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Re-Weighted
                      Version=G: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, Imputed CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                         Persons Not
                                                              Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                            Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                     Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                 Total
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                       880,000   (17.1%)   920,000   (17.9%)   280,000    (5.4%)   1,600,000 (31.1%)    140,000   (2.7%)   1,300,000 (25.3%)    5,140,000
MSIS Ins.: Partial not CHIP                     20,000 (11.1%)      20,000 (11.1%)      40,000 (22.2%)       40,000 (22.2%)      40,000 (22.2%)      40,000 (22.2%)      180,000
MSIS Ins.: Medicaid Expansion CHIP                  0     (0.0%)    20,000 (20.0%)          0     (0.0%)     40,000 (40.0%)          0    (0.0%)     20,000 (20.0%)      100,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                 240,000   (26.7%)   180,000   (20.0%)    20,000    (2.2%)    160,000   (17.8%)    20,000   (2.2%)    280,000   (31.1%)    900,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%                120,000   (27.3%)    80,000 (18.2%)      20,000    (4.5%)     60,000 (13.6%)          0    (0.0%)    160,000   (36.4%)    440,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%                100,000   (20.0%)   100,000   (20.0%)    60,000 (12.0%)      120,000   (24.0%)    40,000   (8.0%)    100,000   (20.0%)    500,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%               80,000 (17.4%)     100,000   (21.7%)    40,000    (8.7%)    120,000   (26.1%)    20,000   (4.3%)    120,000   (26.1%)    460,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%               80,000 (17.4%)      80,000 (17.4%)      20,000    (4.3%)    100,000   (21.7%)    20,000   (4.3%)    140,000   (30.4%)    460,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%              100,000   (22.7%)    80,000 (18.2%)      20,000    (4.5%)    180,000   (40.9%)        0    (0.0%)     80,000 (18.2%)      440,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%               40,000 (12.5%)      40,000 (12.5%)      20,000    (6.3%)    120,000   (37.5%)    20,000   (6.3%)    100,000   (31.3%)    320,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater         160,000    (8.4%)   300,000   (15.8%)   140,000    (7.4%)    820,000   (43.2%)    80,000   (4.2%)    400,000   (21.1%)   1,900,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Self          200,000   (12.8%)   280,000   (17.9%)   200,000   (12.8%)    420,000   (26.9%)   120,000   (7.7%)    360,000   (23.1%)   1,560,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Spouse         40,000 (11.8%)      60,000 (17.6%)      20,000    (5.9%)    140,000   (41.2%)    20,000   (5.9%)     60,000 (17.6%)      340,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Non-Adult)      400,000   (20.6%)   440,000   (22.7%)    20,000    (1.0%)    700,000   (36.1%)    20,000   (1.0%)    380,000   (19.6%)   1,940,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Adult)          100,000   (20.8%)    80,000 (16.7%)      20,000    (4.2%)    140,000   (29.2%)        0    (0.0%)    140,000   (29.2%)    480,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Parent         20,000 (16.7%)      40,000 (33.3%)      20,000 (16.7%)       20,000 (16.7%)      20,000 (16.7%)      20,000 (16.7%)      120,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Other         160,000   (16.7%)   100,000   (10.4%)    40,000    (4.2%)    240,000   (25.0%)    20,000   (2.1%)    400,000   (41.7%)    960,000




                                                                                                                                                                 95
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                       CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Re-Weighted
                     Version=G: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, Imputed CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=3

                                                                                                                            Persons Not
                                                                 Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                   Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                               Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                        Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                 Total
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: Yes                   260,000   (24.1%)   180,000   (16.7%)    20,000    (1.9%)    260,000   (24.1%)        0    (0.0%)    360,000   (33.3%)   1,080,000
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: No                    640,000   (14.9%)   800,000   (18.6%)   300,000    (7.0%)   1,380,000 (32.1%)    180,000   (4.2%)   1,020,000 (23.7%)    4,300,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Medical Svc. Not Rcvd.          60,000 (13.0%)      60,000 (13.0%)      40,000    (8.7%)    160,000   (34.8%)    40,000   (8.7%)    140,000   (30.4%)    460,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Med. Service Received          260,000   (17.8%)   260,000   (17.8%)   180,000   (12.3%)    400,000   (27.4%)    80,000   (5.5%)    260,000   (17.8%)   1,460,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Svc. Not Noted          100,000   (11.9%)   200,000   (23.8%)    20,000    (2.4%)    280,000   (33.3%)    20,000   (2.4%)    240,000   (28.6%)    840,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Service Noted           480,000   (18.3%)   460,000   (17.6%)    80,000    (3.1%)    820,000   (31.3%)    60,000   (2.3%)    720,000   (27.5%)   2,620,000
No MAX Data Available                                  0     (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)     20,000 (50.0%)          0    (0.0%)          0    (0.0%)     40,000
Received Benefits in Survey Year

   Began Rcvng. Q1 Prev. Year or Earlier          640,000   (16.8%)   800,000   (20.9%)   260,000    (6.8%)   1,040,000 (27.2%)    160,000   (4.2%)    920,000   (24.1%)   3,820,000
   Began Receiving Q2 Prev. Year                   40,000 (18.2%)      40,000 (18.2%)          0     (0.0%)    100,000   (45.5%)        0    (0.0%)     40,000 (18.2%)      220,000
   Began Receiving Q3 Prev. Year                   60,000 (21.4%)      40,000 (14.3%)          0     (0.0%)    120,000   (42.9%)        0    (0.0%)     60,000 (21.4%)      280,000
   Began Receiving Q4 Prev. Year                   60,000 (21.4%)      20,000    (7.1%)    20,000    (7.1%)     60,000 (21.4%)      20,000   (7.1%)    100,000   (35.7%)    280,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year         40,000 (28.6%)      20,000 (14.3%)          0     (0.0%)     20,000 (14.3%)          0    (0.0%)     60,000 (42.9%)      140,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year       80,000 (20.0%)      60,000 (15.0%)      20,000    (5.0%)    160,000   (40.0%)    20,000   (5.0%)    100,000   (25.0%)    400,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year          680,000   (16.7%)   820,000   (20.2%)   280,000    (6.9%)   1,160,000 (28.6%)    160,000   (3.9%)    960,000   (23.6%)   4,060,000
Did Not Receive Benefits in Survey Year

   Last Received Q1 Prev. Year                     20,000    (9.1%)    40,000 (18.2%)      20,000    (9.1%)     80,000 (36.4%)          0    (0.0%)     60,000 (27.3%)      220,000
   Last Received Q2 Prev. Year                     20,000 (12.5%)      20,000 (12.5%)          0     (0.0%)    100,000   (62.5%)        0    (0.0%)     40,000 (25.0%)      160,000
   Last Received Q3 Prev. Year                     40,000 (16.7%)      20,000    (8.3%)        0     (0.0%)    100,000   (41.7%)        0    (0.0%)     60,000 (25.0%)      240,000
   Last Received Q4 Prev. Year                     20,000 (10.0%)      20,000 (10.0%)          0     (0.0%)     60,000 (30.0%)          0    (0.0%)     80,000 (40.0%)      200,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year             0     (0.0%)    20,000 (12.5%)      20,000 (12.5%)       60,000 (37.5%)          0    (0.0%)     60,000 (37.5%)      160,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year       40,000 (16.7%)      20,000    (8.3%)    20,000    (8.3%)    120,000   (50.0%)        0    (0.0%)     40,000 (16.7%)      240,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year           80,000 (18.2%)      40,000    (9.1%)        0     (0.0%)    160,000   (36.4%)        0    (0.0%)    140,000   (31.8%)    440,000




                                                                                                                                                                    96
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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                Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                      CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Re-Weighted
                  Version=H: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, Explicit CPS Health Insurance Responses run Version Page=1

                                                                                                                   Persons Not
                                                        Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                          Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                      Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics               Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                      Total
Total Unweighted Count                     8,500 (44.0%)         2,800 (14.5%)        1,550     (8.0%)      3,300 (17.1%)        400    (2.1%)      2,800 (14.5%)        19,300
Total Weighted Count                   11,950,000   (42.1%)   4,260,000 (15.0%)    2,320,000    (8.2%)   4,540,000 (16.0%)    520,000   (1.8%)   4,820,000 (17.0%)    28,400,000
Age 0 - 5                               3,040,000 (50.8%)      580,000    (9.7%)    400,000     (6.7%)   1,040,000 (17.4%)     80,000   (1.3%)    800,000   (13.4%)    5,980,000
Age 6 - 14                              3,740,000 (51.0%)      560,000    (7.6%)    500,000     (6.8%)   1,380,000 (18.8%)    120,000   (1.6%)   1,020,000 (13.9%)     7,340,000
Age 15 - 17                              800,000    (49.4%)    120,000    (7.4%)    100,000     (6.2%)    280,000   (17.3%)    20,000   (1.2%)    300,000   (18.5%)    1,620,000
Age 18 - 44                             3,280,000 (38.8%)      840,000    (9.9%)    280,000     (3.3%)   1,640,000 (19.4%)     40,000   (0.5%)   2,360,000 (27.9%)     8,460,000
Age 45 - 64                             1,120,000 (42.7%)      700,000   (26.7%)    340,000    (13.0%)    160,000    (6.1%)    40,000   (1.5%)    280,000   (10.7%)    2,620,000
Age 65+                                        0     (0.0%)   1,420,000 (59.7%)     720,000    (30.3%)          0    (0.0%)   180,000   (7.6%)     40,000    (1.7%)    2,380,000
White                                   7,880,000 (42.0%)     2,900,000 (15.5%)    1,580,000    (8.4%)   2,900,000 (15.5%)    340,000   (1.8%)   3,120,000 (16.6%)    18,750,000
Black                                   3,420,000 (43.1%)     1,020,000 (12.8%)     580,000     (7.3%)   1,440,000 (18.1%)    160,000   (2.0%)   1,320,000 (16.6%)     7,940,000
AIAN                                     320,000    (47.1%)    100,000   (14.7%)     40,000     (5.9%)     60,000    (8.8%)        0    (0.0%)    160,000   (23.5%)     680,000
API                                      340,000    (32.1%)    220,000   (20.8%)    120,000    (11.3%)    140,000   (13.2%)    20,000   (1.9%)    220,000   (20.8%)    1,060,000
Male                                    5,100,000 (44.5%)     1,660,000 (14.5%)     920,000     (8.0%)   1,840,000 (16.1%)    200,000   (1.7%)   1,760,000 (15.4%)    11,450,000
Female                                  6,880,000 (40.6%)     2,600,000 (15.3%)    1,400,000    (8.3%)   2,700,000 (15.9%)    300,000   (1.8%)   3,060,000 (18.1%)    16,950,000
Hispanic                                2,940,000 (46.8%)      520,000    (8.3%)    420,000     (6.7%)    860,000   (13.7%)    40,000   (0.6%)   1,500,000 (23.9%)     6,280,000
Non-Hispanic                            9,040,000 (40.9%)     3,720,000 (16.8%)    1,900,000    (8.6%)   3,680,000 (16.7%)    460,000   (2.1%)   3,320,000 (15.0%)    22,100,000
CPS SSI - Yes                           1,420,000 (49.3%)     1,380,000 (47.9%)      40,000     (1.4%)          0    (0.0%)    20,000   (0.7%)     20,000    (0.7%)    2,880,000
CPS SSI - No                           10,550,000   (41.3%)   2,880,000 (11.3%)    2,280,000    (8.9%)   4,520,000 (17.7%)    500,000   (2.0%)   4,780,000 (18.7%)    25,550,000
CPS TANF - Yes                          3,680,000 (85.2%)      440,000   (10.2%)     60,000     (1.4%)     60,000    (1.4%)        0    (0.0%)     80,000    (1.9%)    4,320,000
CPS TANF - No                           8,300,000 (34.4%)     3,820,000 (15.9%)    2,260,000    (9.4%)   4,480,000 (18.6%)    500,000   (2.1%)   4,740,000 (19.7%)    24,100,000
MSIS SSI - Yes                          1,840,000 (39.0%)     1,780,000 (37.7%)     580,000    (12.3%)    200,000    (4.2%)    60,000   (1.3%)    240,000    (5.1%)    4,720,000
MSIS SSI - No                          10,150,000   (42.8%)   2,460,000 (10.4%)    1,740,000    (7.3%)   4,340,000 (18.3%)    460,000   (1.9%)   4,560,000 (19.2%)    23,700,000




                                                                                                                                                               97
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                        CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Re-Weighted
                    Version=H: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, Explicit CPS Health Insurance Responses run Version Page=2

                                                                                                                         Persons Not
                                                              Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                            Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                     Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                       Total
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                     11,700,000   (43.7%)   4,020,000 (15.0%)     1,940,000    (7.3%)   4,220,000 (15.8%)    400,000   (1.5%)   4,440,000 (16.6%)    26,750,000
MSIS Ins.: Partial not CHIP                    100,000     (8.9%)    200,000    (17.9%)    340,000    (30.4%)    160,000   (14.3%)   100,000   (8.9%)    240,000   (21.4%)    1,120,000
MSIS Ins.: Medicaid Expansion CHIP             160,000    (28.6%)     40,000     (7.1%)     60,000 (10.7%)       160,000   (28.6%)    20,000   (3.6%)    120,000   (21.4%)     560,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                3,080,000 (62.6%)      340,000     (6.9%)    240,000     (4.9%)    260,000    (5.3%)    40,000   (0.8%)    960,000   (19.5%)    4,920,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%               2,180,000 (58.9%)      420,000    (11.4%)    280,000     (7.6%)    280,000    (7.6%)    40,000   (1.1%)    520,000   (14.1%)    3,700,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%               1,740,000 (42.0%)      900,000    (21.7%)    420,000    (10.1%)    360,000    (8.7%)    60,000   (1.4%)    700,000   (16.9%)    4,140,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%             1,380,000 (41.1%)      600,000    (17.9%)    360,000    (10.7%)    420,000   (12.5%)   100,000   (3.0%)    540,000   (16.1%)    3,360,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%             1,000,000 (37.0%)      440,000    (16.3%)    300,000    (11.1%)    480,000   (17.8%)    60,000   (2.2%)    420,000   (15.6%)    2,700,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%              720,000    (35.0%)    320,000    (15.5%)    180,000     (8.7%)    500,000   (24.3%)    40,000   (1.9%)    300,000   (14.6%)    2,060,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%              500,000    (29.8%)    260,000    (15.5%)    120,000     (7.1%)    420,000   (25.0%)    40,000   (2.4%)    340,000   (20.2%)    1,680,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater        1,360,000 (23.2%)      960,000    (16.4%)    460,000     (7.8%)   1,820,000 (31.1%)    160,000   (2.7%)   1,060,000 (18.1%)     5,860,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Self         2,640,000 (34.1%)     1,960,000 (25.3%)      860,000    (11.1%)    900,000   (11.6%)   180,000   (2.3%)   1,200,000 (15.5%)     7,740,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Spouse        540,000    (29.3%)    300,000    (16.3%)    140,000     (7.6%)    380,000   (20.7%)    40,000   (2.2%)    420,000   (22.8%)    1,840,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Non-Adult)     6,120,000 (51.2%)     1,120,000    (9.4%)    760,000     (6.4%)   2,260,000 (18.9%)    220,000   (1.8%)   1,460,000 (12.2%)    11,950,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Adult)          680,000    (35.4%)    240,000    (12.5%)    120,000     (6.3%)    320,000   (16.7%)    20,000   (1.0%)    540,000   (28.1%)    1,920,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Parent         60,000 (14.3%)       200,000    (47.6%)    100,000    (23.8%)     20,000    (4.8%)    20,000   (4.8%)     40,000    (9.5%)     420,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Other        1,920,000 (42.1%)      420,000     (9.2%)    360,000     (7.9%)    640,000   (14.0%)    60,000   (1.3%)   1,160,000 (25.4%)     4,560,000




                                                                                                                                                                      98
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                       CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Re-Weighted
                   Version=H: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, Explicit CPS Health Insurance Responses run Version Page=3

                                                                                                                            Persons Not
                                                                 Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                   Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                               Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                        Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                      Total
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: Yes                  3,580,000 (62.6%)      300,000    (5.2%)    160,000     (2.8%)    780,000   (13.6%)    40,000   (0.7%)    860,000   (15.0%)    5,720,000
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: No                   8,320,000 (37.0%)     3,920,000 (17.4%)    2,160,000    (9.6%)   3,700,000 (16.4%)    480,000   (2.1%)   3,900,000 (17.3%)    22,500,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Medical Svc. Not Rcvd.         300,000    (13.6%)    220,000   (10.0%)    280,000    (12.7%)    680,000   (30.9%)   120,000   (5.5%)    620,000   (28.2%)    2,200,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Med. Service Received         2,860,000 (36.3%)     1,820,000 (23.1%)     820,000    (10.4%)    880,000   (11.2%)   160,000   (2.0%)   1,340,000 (17.0%)     7,880,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Svc. Not Noted         1,320,000 (33.7%)      320,000    (8.2%)    320,000     (8.2%)   1,100,000 (28.1%)     80,000   (2.0%)    780,000   (19.9%)    3,920,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Service Noted          7,400,000 (52.1%)     1,880,000 (13.2%)     880,000     (6.2%)   1,840,000 (13.0%)    160,000   (1.1%)   2,020,000 (14.2%)    14,200,000
No MAX Data Available                              60,000 (30.0%)        20,000 (10.0%)            0     (0.0%)     60,000 (30.0%)          0    (0.0%)     60,000 (30.0%)       200,000
Received Benefits in Survey Year

   Began Rcvng. Q1 Prev. Year or Earlier         9,920,000 (50.2%)     3,440,000 (17.4%)    1,680,000    (8.5%)   2,040,000 (10.3%)    300,000   (1.5%)   2,340,000 (11.8%)    19,750,000
   Began Receiving Q2 Prev. Year                  540,000    (39.1%)    200,000   (14.5%)    120,000     (8.7%)    220,000   (15.9%)    40,000   (2.9%)    260,000   (18.8%)    1,380,000
   Began Receiving Q3 Prev. Year                  460,000    (35.9%)    180,000   (14.1%)    140,000    (10.9%)    200,000   (15.6%)    40,000   (3.1%)    260,000   (20.3%)    1,280,000
   Began Receiving Q4 Prev. Year                  400,000    (27.0%)    140,000    (9.5%)    100,000     (6.8%)    380,000   (25.7%)    40,000   (2.7%)    420,000   (28.4%)    1,480,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year        120,000    (23.1%)     20,000    (3.8%)     40,000     (7.7%)    140,000   (26.9%)    20,000   (3.8%)    180,000   (34.6%)     520,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year      760,000    (31.9%)    300,000   (12.6%)    200,000     (8.4%)    480,000   (20.2%)    40,000   (1.7%)    620,000   (26.1%)    2,380,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year        10,450,000   (49.9%)   3,640,000 (17.4%)    1,800,000    (8.6%)   2,220,000 (10.6%)    360,000   (1.7%)   2,500,000 (11.9%)    20,950,000
Did Not Receive Benefits in Survey Year

   Last Received Q1 Prev. Year                     80,000     (7.7%)     40,000    (3.8%)     60,000     (5.8%)    480,000   (46.2%)    20,000   (1.9%)    360,000   (34.6%)    1,040,000
   Last Received Q2 Prev. Year                    120,000    (10.5%)     80,000    (7.0%)    100,000     (8.8%)    440,000   (38.6%)    20,000   (1.8%)    380,000   (33.3%)    1,140,000
   Last Received Q3 Prev. Year                    180,000    (15.0%)     80,000    (6.7%)     80,000     (6.7%)    440,000   (36.7%)    20,000   (1.7%)    420,000   (35.0%)    1,200,000
   Last Received Q4 Prev. Year                    260,000    (22.4%)    120,000   (10.3%)     60,000     (5.2%)    340,000   (29.3%)    20,000   (1.7%)    360,000   (31.0%)    1,160,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year         60,000     (7.1%)     20,000    (2.4%)     40,000     (4.8%)    360,000   (42.9%)    20,000   (2.4%)    320,000   (38.1%)     840,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year      140,000     (9.9%)     80,000    (5.6%)    100,000     (7.0%)    600,000   (42.3%)    40,000   (2.8%)    460,000   (32.4%)    1,420,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year          440,000    (19.1%)    180,000    (7.8%)    140,000     (6.1%)    740,000   (32.2%)    40,000   (1.7%)    740,000   (32.2%)    2,300,000




                                                                                                                                                                        99
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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                 Phase II, Table 4: Reported Insurance Status of Persons Not Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS




                                                                                                                                                                      

                                                      CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight




                                                                                                                      

              Version=A: Unmatchable CPS Records (Refused or Bad SSN), Receiving No Benefits, All CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                              Persons Not
                                                                   Persons Report-          Persons Not      Persons Not        Report-
                                                                         ing                  Report-          Report-       ing Medicaid
                                             Persons Report-        Medicaid and           ing Medicaid     ing Medicaid    But Other Public            Persons Report-
                                                   ing                  Other            But Other Public But Other Private   and Private                     ing
Selected Characteristics                     Medicaid Only            Coverage            Coverage Only    Coverage Only       Coverage                  as Uninsured         Total
Total Unweighted Count                            2,450 (5.5%)          1,700 (3.8%)          2,550 (5.8%)        24,900 (56.2%)       3,250 (7.3%)          9,450 (21.3%)      44,300
Total Weighted Count                          3,240,000 (4.9%)      2,460,000 (3.7%)       4,300,000 (6.5%)    36,200,000 (55.1%)   5,800,000 (8.8%)    13,700,000 (20.9%)   65,700,000
Age 0 - 5                                       580,000 (25.0%)       120,000   (5.2%)       60,000 (2.6%)      1,000,000 (43.1%)          0   (0.0%)      520,000 (22.4%)    2,320,000
Age 6 - 14                                      620,000 (17.8%)       180,000   (5.2%)      100,000   (2.9%)    1,720,000 (49.4%)     20,000 (0.6%)        820,000 (23.6%)    3,480,000
Age 15 - 17                                     240,000   (9.7%)      100,000   (4.0%)       40,000 (1.6%)      1,580,000 (63.7%)     20,000 (0.8%)        520,000 (21.0%)    2,480,000
Age 18 - 44                                   1,000,000 (3.9%)        460,000   (1.8%)      180,000   (0.7%)   16,800,000 (64.9%)     80,000 (0.3%)      7,360,000 (28.4%)   25,900,000
Age 45 - 64                                     440,000   (2.9%)      400,000   (2.6%)      440,000   (2.9%)   11,200,000 (73.0%)    360,000   (2.3%)    2,500,000 (16.3%)   15,350,000
Age 65+                                              0    (0.0%)      860,000   (9.4%)     3,040,000 (33.3%)     260,000   (2.8%)   4,900,000 (53.6%)       80,000 (0.9%)     9,140,000
Age Other'                                      340,000   (4.8%)      360,000   (5.1%)      440,000   (6.2%)    3,640,000 (51.6%)    400,000   (5.7%)    1,900,000 (26.9%)    7,060,000
White                                         2,060,000 (3.8%)      1,760,000 (3.3%)       3,680,000 (6.9%)    30,100,000 (56.1%)   5,340,000 (10.0%)   10,700,000 (19.9%)   53,650,000
Black                                           960,000 (11.5%)       520,000   (6.2%)      480,000   (5.8%)    4,060,000 (48.7%)    340,000   (4.1%)    1,980,000 (23.7%)    8,340,000
AIAN                                             80,000 (12.9%)        40,000 (6.5%)         20,000 (3.2%)       260,000 (41.9%)      20,000 (3.2%)        200,000 (32.3%)     620,000
API                                             140,000   (4.5%)      160,000   (5.2%)      120,000   (3.9%)    1,780,000 (57.4%)     80,000 (2.6%)        800,000 (25.8%)    3,100,000
Male                                          1,420,000 (4.4%)      1,060,000 (3.3%)       1,760,000 (5.4%)    18,100,000 (56.0%)   2,520,000 (7.8%)     7,480,000 (23.1%)   32,350,000
Female                                        1,820,000 (5.4%)      1,400,000 (4.2%)       2,560,000 (7.7%)    18,100,000 (54.2%)   3,280,000 (9.8%)     6,220,000 (18.6%)   33,400,000
Hispanic                                      1,180,000 (9.6%)        400,000   (3.2%)      500,000   (4.0%)    4,600,000 (37.2%)    200,000   (1.6%)    5,480,000 (44.4%)   12,350,000
Non-Hispanic                                  2,060,000 (3.9%)      2,060,000 (3.9%)       3,800,000 (7.1%)    31,600,000 (59.2%)   5,600,000 (10.5%)    8,220,000 (15.4%)   53,350,000




                                                                                                                                                                       100
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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                  Phase II, Table 4: Reported Insurance Status of Persons Not Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS




                                                                                                                                                                                

                                                    CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight




                                                                                                                               

            Version=A: Unmatchable CPS Records (Refused or Bad SSN), Receiving No Benefits, All CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                                       Persons Not
                                                                            Persons Report-          Persons Not      Persons Not        Report-
                                                                                  ing                  Report-          Report-       ing Medicaid
                                                      Persons Report-        Medicaid and           ing Medicaid     ing Medicaid    But Other Public            Persons Report-
                                                            ing                  Other            But Other Public But Other Private   and Private                     ing
Selected Characteristics                              Medicaid Only            Coverage            Coverage Only    Coverage Only       Coverage                  as Uninsured          Total
CPS TANF - Yes                                         1,020,000 (64.6%)       320,000 (20.3%)        40,000 (2.5%)       100,000   (6.3%)     20,000 (1.3%)        120,000   (7.6%)    1,580,000
CPS TANF - No                                          2,220,000 (3.5%)      2,140,000 (3.3%)       4,280,000 (6.7%)    36,100,000 (56.3%)   5,780,000 (9.0%)    13,600,000 (21.2%)    64,100,000
CPS SSI - Yes                                            540,000 (38.0%)       800,000 (56.3%)        20,000 (1.4%)        20,000 (1.4%)       20,000 (1.4%)             0    (0.0%)    1,420,000
CPS SSI - No                                           2,700,000 (4.2%)      1,660,000 (2.6%)       4,280,000 (6.7%)    36,200,000 (56.3%)   5,780,000 (9.0%)    13,700,000 (21.3%)    64,300,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                           760,000 (18.9%)       200,000   (5.0%)      260,000   (6.5%)     840,000 (20.9%)     100,000   (2.5%)    1,860,000 (46.3%)     4,020,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%                          540,000 (23.7%)       220,000   (9.6%)      200,000   (8.8%)     480,000 (21.1%)     100,000   (4.4%)      760,000 (33.3%)     2,280,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%                          440,000 (15.8%)       340,000 (12.2%)       360,000 (12.9%)      580,000 (20.9%)     180,000   (6.5%)      900,000 (32.4%)     2,780,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%                        360,000 (11.7%)       220,000   (7.1%)      400,000 (13.0%)      740,000 (24.0%)     320,000 (10.4%)     1,020,000 (33.1%)     3,080,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%                        260,000   (7.7%)      220,000   (6.5%)      420,000 (12.5%)     1,040,000 (31.0%)    400,000 (11.9%)     1,020,000 (30.4%)     3,360,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%                        180,000   (5.3%)      180,000   (5.3%)      360,000 (10.7%)     1,180,000 (34.9%)    420,000 (12.4%)     1,060,000 (31.4%)     3,380,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%                        120,000   (4.4%)      140,000   (5.1%)      360,000 (13.1%)     1,140,000 (41.6%)    360,000 (13.1%)       620,000 (22.6%)     2,740,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater                   600,000   (1.4%)      940,000   (2.1%)     1,940,000 (4.4%)    30,200,000 (68.6%)   3,940,000 (8.9%)     6,460,000 (14.7%)    44,050,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Self                   800,000   (2.9%)    1,100,000 (4.0%)       2,520,000 (9.2%)    14,850,000 (54.2%)   3,820,000 (13.9%)    4,320,000 (15.8%)    27,400,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Spouse                 220,000   (1.5%)      320,000   (2.2%)      900,000   (6.1%)    9,540,000 (64.9%)   1,600,000 (10.9%)    2,100,000 (14.3%)    14,700,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Child (Non-Adult)    1,240,000 (14.5%)       460,000   (5.4%)      160,000   (1.9%)    4,960,000 (57.8%)     60,000 (0.7%)      1,700,000 (19.8%)     8,580,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Child (Adult)          240,000   (4.8%)      200,000   (4.0%)       80,000 (1.6%)      3,100,000 (61.8%)     20,000 (0.4%)      1,380,000 (27.5%)     5,020,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Parent                  60,000 (5.2%)        120,000 (10.3%)       260,000 (22.4%)      340,000 (29.3%)     120,000 (10.3%)       260,000 (22.4%)     1,160,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Other                  680,000   (7.7%)      260,000   (2.9%)      380,000   (4.3%)    3,400,000 (38.3%)    180,000   (2.0%)    3,980,000 (44.8%)     8,880,000




                                                                                                                                                                                 101
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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                  Phase II, Table 4: Reported Insurance Status of Persons Not Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS




                                                                                                                                                             

                                                       CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight




                                                                                                                

             Version=B: Unmatchable CPS Records (Refused or Bad SSN), Receiving No Benefits, Edited CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                            Persons Not
                                                                  Persons Report-         Persons Not      Persons Not        Report-
                                                                        ing                 Report-          Report-       ing Medicaid
                                             Persons Report-       Medicaid and          ing Medicaid     ing Medicaid    But Other Public     Persons Report-
                                                   ing                 Other           But Other Public But Other Private   and Private              ing
Selected Characteristics                     Medicaid Only           Coverage           Coverage Only    Coverage Only       Coverage           as Uninsured        Total
Total Unweighted Count                             250 (50.0%)          250 (50.0%)            0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)       500
Total Weighted Count                            320,000 (48.5%)      340,000 (51.5%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    660,000
Age 0 - 5                                        40,000 (66.7%)       20,000 (33.3%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)     60,000
Age 6 - 14                                       60,000 (60.0%)       40,000 (40.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    100,000
Age 15 - 17                                      20,000 (50.0%)       20,000 (50.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)     40,000
Age 18 - 44                                     140,000 (58.3%)      100,000 (41.7%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    240,000
Age 45 - 64                                      20,000 (16.7%)       80,000 (66.7%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    120,000
Age 65+                                              0   (0.0%)       80,000(100.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)     80,000
Age Other'                                       20,000 (33.3%)       20,000 (33.3%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)     60,000
White                                           240,000 (52.2%)      240,000 (52.2%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    460,000
Black                                            80,000 (50.0%)       80,000 (50.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    160,000
API                                                  0   (0.0%)       20,000 (50.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)     40,000
Male                                            160,000 (53.3%)      140,000 (46.7%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    300,000
Female                                          160,000 (44.4%)      200,000 (55.6%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    360,000
Hispanic                                        160,000 (66.7%)       60,000 (25.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    240,000
Non-Hispanic                                    160,000 (36.4%)      280,000 (63.6%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    440,000




                                                                                                                                                              102
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
                                                                                                                                                                                     4

                  Phase II, Table 4: Reported Insurance Status of Persons Not Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS




                                                                                                                                                                      

                                                    CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight




                                                                                                                         

          Version=B: Unmatchable CPS Records (Refused or Bad SSN), Receiving No Benefits, Edited CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                                     Persons Not
                                                                           Persons Report-         Persons Not      Persons Not        Report-
                                                                                 ing                 Report-          Report-       ing Medicaid
                                                      Persons Report-       Medicaid and          ing Medicaid     ing Medicaid    But Other Public     Persons Report-
                                                            ing                 Other           But Other Public But Other Private   and Private              ing
Selected Characteristics                              Medicaid Only           Coverage           Coverage Only    Coverage Only       Coverage           as Uninsured        Total
CPS TANF - Yes                                           180,000 (64.3%)      100,000 (35.7%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    280,000
CPS TANF - No                                            140,000 (36.8%)      240,000 (63.2%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    380,000
CPS SSI - Yes                                             40,000 (15.4%)      200,000 (76.9%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    260,000
CPS SSI - No                                             280,000 (66.7%)      140,000 (33.3%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    420,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                            80,000 (80.0%)       20,000 (20.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    100,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%                           60,000 (75.0%)       20,000 (25.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)     80,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%                           40,000 (40.0%)       60,000 (60.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    100,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%                         40,000 (50.0%)       20,000 (25.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)     80,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%                         20,000 (33.3%)       40,000 (66.7%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)     60,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%                         20,000 (50.0%)       20,000 (50.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)     40,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%                         20,000 (50.0%)       20,000 (50.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)     40,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater                    40,000 (25.0%)      120,000 (75.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    160,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Self                    60,000 (30.0%)      140,000 (70.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    200,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Spouse                  20,000 (25.0%)       40,000 (50.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)     80,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Child (Non-Adult)      140,000 (70.0%)       60,000 (30.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    200,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Child (Adult)           40,000 (50.0%)       40,000 (50.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)     80,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Parent                      0   (0.0%)       20,000(100.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)     20,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Other                   40,000 (50.0%)       40,000 (50.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)     80,000




                                                                                                                                                                       103
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
                                                                                                                                                                                     5

                  Phase II, Table 4: Reported Insurance Status of Persons Not Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS




                                                                                                                                                                     

                                                      CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight




                                                                                                                     

            Version=C: Unmatchable CPS Records (Refused or Bad SSN), Receiving No Benefits, Imputed CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                              Persons Not
                                                                   Persons Report-          Persons Not      Persons Not        Report-
                                                                         ing                  Report-          Report-       ing Medicaid
                                             Persons Report-        Medicaid and           ing Medicaid     ing Medicaid    But Other Public           Persons Report-
                                                   ing                  Other            But Other Public But Other Private   and Private                    ing
Selected Characteristics                     Medicaid Only            Coverage            Coverage Only    Coverage Only       Coverage                 as Uninsured         Total
Total Unweighted Count                             450    (4.2%)         650    (6.1%)          650   (6.1%)      5,650 (53.3%)         750   (7.1%)        2,500 (23.6%)      10,600
Total Weighted Count                            660,000   (4.0%)      920,000   (5.6%)     1,140,000 (7.0%)    8,480,000 (51.9%)   1,320,000 (8.1%)     3,820,000 (23.4%)   16,350,000
Age 0 - 5                                        60,000 (14.3%)        60,000 (14.3%)             0   (0.0%)    180,000 (42.9%)           0   (0.0%)      100,000 (23.8%)     420,000
Age 6 - 14                                      100,000 (14.3%)        80,000 (11.4%)             0   (0.0%)    360,000 (51.4%)           0   (0.0%)      160,000 (22.9%)     700,000
Age 15 - 17                                      40,000 (7.4%)         60,000 (11.1%)             0   (0.0%)    320,000 (59.3%)           0   (0.0%)      140,000 (25.9%)     540,000
Age 18 - 44                                     220,000   (4.0%)      180,000   (3.2%)       40,000 (0.7%)     3,360,000 (60.4%)     60,000 (1.1%)      1,700,000 (30.6%)    5,560,000
Age 45 - 64                                     100,000   (3.0%)      120,000   (3.6%)      120,000   (3.6%)   2,180,000 (64.9%)    100,000   (3.0%)      720,000 (21.4%)    3,360,000
Age 65+                                              0    (0.0%)      160,000   (8.8%)      720,000 (39.6%)     100,000   (5.5%)    860,000 (47.3%)            0   (0.0%)    1,820,000
Age Other'                                      160,000   (4.1%)      260,000   (6.6%)      260,000   (6.6%)   2,000,000 (51.0%)    300,000   (7.7%)      980,000 (25.0%)    3,920,000
White                                           400,000   (3.1%)      620,000   (4.9%)      980,000   (7.7%)   6,720,000 (52.7%)   1,140,000 (8.9%)     2,880,000 (22.6%)   12,750,000
Black                                           220,000   (8.6%)      220,000   (8.6%)      120,000   (4.7%)   1,240,000 (48.4%)    120,000   (4.7%)      640,000 (25.0%)    2,560,000
AIAN                                             20,000 (14.3%)        20,000 (14.3%)             0   (0.0%)     60,000 (42.9%)           0   (0.0%)       40,000 (28.6%)     140,000
API                                              40,000 (4.4%)         80,000 (8.9%)         40,000 (4.4%)      460,000 (51.1%)      40,000 (4.4%)        240,000 (26.7%)     900,000
Male                                            320,000   (3.9%)      440,000   (5.4%)      480,000   (5.9%)   4,440,000 (54.4%)    560,000   (6.9%)    1,940,000 (23.8%)    8,160,000
Female                                          340,000   (4.2%)      460,000   (5.6%)      660,000   (8.1%)   4,060,000 (49.8%)    760,000   (9.3%)    1,880,000 (23.0%)    8,160,000
Hispanic                                        160,000   (6.7%)      120,000   (5.0%)      100,000   (4.2%)   1,100,000 (46.2%)     60,000 (2.5%)        820,000 (34.5%)    2,380,000
Non-Hispanic                                    500,000   (3.6%)      800,000   (5.7%)     1,040,000 (7.5%)    7,380,000 (52.9%)   1,240,000 (8.9%)     3,000,000 (21.5%)   13,950,000




                                                                                                                                                                      104
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
                                                                                                                                                                                              6

                  Phase II, Table 4: Reported Insurance Status of Persons Not Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS




                                                                                                                                                                              

                                                   CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight




                                                                                                                              

         Version=C: Unmatchable CPS Records (Refused or Bad SSN), Receiving No Benefits, Imputed CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                                       Persons Not
                                                                            Persons Report-          Persons Not      Persons Not        Report-
                                                                                  ing                  Report-          Report-       ing Medicaid
                                                      Persons Report-        Medicaid and           ing Medicaid     ing Medicaid    But Other Public           Persons Report-
                                                            ing                  Other            But Other Public But Other Private   and Private                    ing
Selected Characteristics                              Medicaid Only            Coverage            Coverage Only    Coverage Only       Coverage                 as Uninsured         Total
CPS TANF - Yes                                           160,000 (42.1%)       120,000 (31.6%)             0   (0.0%)     40,000 (10.5%)           0   (0.0%)       40,000 (10.5%)     380,000
CPS TANF - No                                            500,000   (3.1%)      800,000   (5.0%)     1,140,000 (7.1%)    8,440,000 (52.9%)   1,300,000 (8.2%)     3,780,000 (23.7%)   15,950,000
CPS SSI - Yes                                            180,000 (42.9%)       220,000 (52.4%)             0   (0.0%)     20,000 (4.8%)            0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)     420,000
CPS SSI - No                                             480,000   (3.0%)      700,000   (4.4%)     1,140,000 (7.2%)    8,480,000 (53.3%)   1,320,000 (8.3%)     3,820,000 (24.0%)   15,900,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                           100,000   (9.3%)       80,000 (7.4%)         60,000 (5.6%)      300,000 (27.8%)      60,000 (5.6%)        460,000 (42.6%)    1,080,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%                           80,000 (16.7%)        80,000 (16.7%)        40,000 (8.3%)      100,000 (20.8%)      40,000 (8.3%)        140,000 (29.2%)     480,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%                           80,000 (12.9%)        80,000 (12.9%)       100,000 (16.1%)     140,000 (22.6%)      60,000 (9.7%)        180,000 (29.0%)     620,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%                         80,000 (11.8%)        40,000 (5.9%)         60,000 (8.8%)      200,000 (29.4%)      80,000 (11.8%)       200,000 (29.4%)     680,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%                         60,000 (7.5%)         40,000 (5.0%)         80,000 (10.0%)     280,000 (35.0%)      80,000 (10.0%)       240,000 (30.0%)     800,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%                         40,000 (4.9%)         80,000 (9.8%)         80,000 (9.8%)      260,000 (31.7%)     120,000 (14.6%)       260,000 (31.7%)     820,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%                         20,000 (3.1%)         60,000 (9.4%)        120,000 (18.8%)     220,000 (34.4%)      60,000 (9.4%)        160,000 (25.0%)     640,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater                   240,000   (2.1%)      460,000   (4.1%)      580,000   (5.2%)   6,980,000 (62.0%)    820,000   (7.3%)    2,180,000 (19.4%)   11,250,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Self                   200,000   (2.9%)      320,000   (4.6%)      680,000   (9.9%)   3,480,000 (50.4%)    880,000 (12.8%)     1,340,000 (19.4%)    6,900,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Spouse                  40,000 (1.1%)        120,000   (3.4%)      280,000   (8.0%)   2,080,000 (59.1%)    320,000   (9.1%)      680,000 (19.3%)    3,520,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Child (Non-Adult)      200,000   (8.9%)      280,000 (12.5%)             0   (0.0%)   1,280,000 (57.1%)     20,000 (0.9%)        480,000 (21.4%)    2,240,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Child (Adult)           60,000 (5.5%)         80,000 (7.3%)         20,000 (1.8%)      640,000 (58.2%)      20,000 (1.8%)        300,000 (27.3%)    1,100,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Parent                  20,000 (7.1%)         20,000 (7.1%)         80,000 (28.6%)      80,000 (28.6%)      20,000 (7.1%)         60,000 (21.4%)     280,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Other                  140,000   (6.1%)      100,000   (4.4%)       80,000 (3.5%)      920,000 (40.4%)      60,000 (2.6%)        960,000 (42.1%)    2,280,000




                                                                                                                                                                               105
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
                                                                                                                                                                                      7

                  Phase II, Table 4: Reported Insurance Status of Persons Not Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS




                                                                                                                                                                      

                                                      CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight




                                                                                                                      

            Version=D: Unmatchable CPS Records (Refused or Bad SSN), Receiving No Benefits, Explicit CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                              Persons Not
                                                                   Persons Report-          Persons Not      Persons Not        Report-
                                                                         ing                  Report-          Report-       ing Medicaid
                                             Persons Report-        Medicaid and           ing Medicaid     ing Medicaid    But Other Public            Persons Report-
                                                   ing                  Other            But Other Public But Other Private   and Private                     ing
Selected Characteristics                     Medicaid Only            Coverage            Coverage Only    Coverage Only       Coverage                  as Uninsured         Total
Total Unweighted Count                            1,750 (5.3%)           800    (2.4%)        1,900 (5.7%)        19,300 (58.3%)       2,450 (7.4%)          6,950 (21.0%)      33,100
Total Weighted Count                          2,260,000 (4.6%)      1,200,000 (2.5%)       3,180,000 (6.5%)    27,700,000 (56.9%)   4,480,000 (9.2%)     9,880,000 (20.3%)   48,700,000
Age 0 - 5                                       480,000 (26.1%)        60,000 (3.3%)         60,000 (3.3%)       820,000 (44.6%)           0   (0.0%)      400,000 (21.7%)    1,840,000
Age 6 - 14                                      480,000 (17.9%)        60,000 (2.2%)        100,000   (3.7%)    1,360,000 (50.7%)     20,000 (0.7%)        660,000 (24.6%)    2,680,000
Age 15 - 17                                     180,000   (9.6%)       20,000 (1.1%)         40,000 (2.1%)      1,260,000 (67.0%)          0   (0.0%)      380,000 (20.2%)    1,880,000
Age 18 - 44                                     660,000   (3.3%)      180,000   (0.9%)      140,000   (0.7%)   13,450,000 (66.9%)     20,000 (0.1%)      5,660,000 (28.2%)   20,100,000
Age 45 - 64                                     320,000   (2.7%)      180,000   (1.5%)      320,000   (2.7%)    9,040,000 (76.0%)    260,000   (2.2%)    1,760,000 (14.8%)   11,900,000
Age 65+                                              0    (0.0%)      620,000   (8.6%)     2,320,000 (32.1%)     160,000   (2.2%)   4,060,000 (56.2%)       80,000 (1.1%)     7,220,000
Age Other'                                      160,000   (5.2%)       80,000 (2.6%)        180,000   (5.8%)    1,640,000 (53.2%)    100,000   (3.2%)      940,000 (30.5%)    3,080,000
White                                         1,440,000 (3.6%)        900,000   (2.2%)     2,700,000 (6.7%)    23,400,000 (57.8%)   4,200,000 (10.4%)    7,820,000 (19.3%)   40,450,000
Black                                           660,000 (11.7%)       220,000   (3.9%)      360,000   (6.4%)    2,820,000 (50.2%)    220,000   (3.9%)    1,340,000 (23.8%)    5,620,000
AIAN                                             60,000 (13.0%)        20,000 (4.3%)         20,000 (4.3%)       200,000 (43.5%)      20,000 (4.3%)        160,000 (34.8%)     460,000
API                                             100,000   (4.6%)       60,000 (2.8%)        100,000   (4.6%)    1,320,000 (60.6%)     40,000 (1.8%)        560,000 (25.7%)    2,180,000
Male                                            960,000   (4.0%)      460,000   (1.9%)     1,280,000 (5.4%)    13,650,000 (57.2%)   1,960,000 (8.2%)     5,540,000 (23.2%)   23,850,000
Female                                        1,300,000 (5.2%)        740,000   (3.0%)     1,880,000 (7.6%)    14,050,000 (56.5%)   2,520,000 (10.1%)    4,340,000 (17.5%)   24,850,000
Hispanic                                        840,000   (8.6%)      220,000   (2.3%)      400,000   (4.1%)    3,480,000 (35.7%)    120,000   (1.2%)    4,660,000 (47.8%)    9,740,000
Non-Hispanic                                  1,420,000 (3.6%)        980,000   (2.5%)     2,760,000 (7.1%)    24,250,000 (62.3%)   4,360,000 (11.2%)    5,220,000 (13.4%)   38,950,000




                                                                                                                                                                       106
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
                                                                                                                                                                                               8

                  Phase II, Table 4: Reported Insurance Status of Persons Not Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS




                                                                                                                                                                               

                                                   CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight




                                                                                                                               

         Version=D: Unmatchable CPS Records (Refused or Bad SSN), Receiving No Benefits, Explicit CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                                       Persons Not
                                                                            Persons Report-          Persons Not      Persons Not        Report-
                                                                                  ing                  Report-          Report-       ing Medicaid
                                                      Persons Report-        Medicaid and           ing Medicaid     ing Medicaid    But Other Public            Persons Report-
                                                            ing                  Other            But Other Public But Other Private   and Private                     ing
Selected Characteristics                              Medicaid Only            Coverage            Coverage Only    Coverage Only       Coverage                  as Uninsured         Total
CPS TANF - Yes                                           660,000 (71.7%)       100,000 (10.9%)        20,000 (2.2%)        40,000 (4.3%)            0   (0.0%)       80,000 (8.7%)      920,000
CPS TANF - No                                          1,600,000 (3.3%)      1,100,000 (2.3%)       3,140,000 (6.6%)    27,650,000 (57.8%)   4,480,000 (9.4%)     9,800,000 (20.5%)   47,800,000
CPS SSI - Yes                                            320,000 (43.2%)       380,000 (51.4%)        20,000 (2.7%)             0   (0.0%)     20,000 (2.7%)             0   (0.0%)     740,000
CPS SSI - No                                           1,940,000 (4.0%)        820,000   (1.7%)     3,140,000 (6.5%)    27,700,000 (57.8%)   4,480,000 (9.3%)     9,880,000 (20.6%)   47,950,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                           580,000 (20.3%)       100,000   (3.5%)      180,000   (6.3%)     540,000 (18.9%)      60,000 (2.1%)      1,380,000 (48.3%)    2,860,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%                          420,000 (24.4%)       100,000   (5.8%)      160,000   (9.3%)     380,000 (22.1%)      60,000 (3.5%)        620,000 (36.0%)    1,720,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%                          320,000 (15.4%)       220,000 (10.6%)       280,000 (13.5%)      440,000 (21.2%)     120,000   (5.8%)      720,000 (34.6%)    2,080,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%                        240,000 (10.3%)       140,000   (6.0%)      340,000 (14.7%)      540,000 (23.3%)     240,000 (10.3%)       820,000 (35.3%)    2,320,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%                        180,000   (7.1%)      140,000   (5.6%)      340,000 (13.5%)      760,000 (30.2%)     320,000 (12.7%)       780,000 (31.0%)    2,520,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%                        120,000   (4.8%)       80,000 (3.2%)        280,000 (11.1%)      920,000 (36.5%)     300,000 (11.9%)       820,000 (32.5%)    2,520,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%                         80,000 (3.9%)         60,000 (2.9%)        240,000 (11.8%)      920,000 (45.1%)     280,000 (13.7%)       480,000 (23.5%)    2,040,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater                   320,000   (1.0%)      360,000   (1.1%)     1,360,000 (4.2%)    23,200,000 (71.1%)   3,120,000 (9.6%)     4,280,000 (13.1%)   32,650,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Self                   520,000   (2.6%)      640,000   (3.2%)     1,840,000 (9.1%)    11,400,000 (56.2%)   2,940,000 (14.5%)    2,980,000 (14.7%)   20,300,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Spouse                 160,000   (1.4%)      160,000   (1.4%)      620,000   (5.6%)    7,460,000 (67.2%)   1,300,000 (11.7%)    1,420,000 (12.8%)   11,100,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Child (Non-Adult)      920,000 (15.0%)       120,000   (2.0%)      160,000   (2.6%)    3,680,000 (59.9%)     40,000 (0.7%)      1,220,000 (19.9%)    6,140,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Child (Adult)          140,000   (3.7%)       80,000 (2.1%)         60,000 (1.6%)      2,440,000 (63.9%)     20,000 (0.5%)      1,080,000 (28.3%)    3,820,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Parent                  40,000 (4.8%)         80,000 (9.5%)        180,000 (21.4%)      260,000 (31.0%)     100,000 (11.9%)       200,000 (23.8%)     840,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Other                  480,000   (7.4%)      120,000   (1.8%)      300,000   (4.6%)    2,480,000 (38.0%)    100,000   (1.5%)    3,000,000 (46.0%)    6,520,000




                                                                                                                                                                                107
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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                Phase II, Table 4: Reported Insurance Status of Persons Not Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                     CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight
                   Version=E: Matchable CPS Records Showing No Medicaid Enrollment, All CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                             Persons Not
                                                                  Persons Report-          Persons Not      Persons Not        Report-
                                                                        ing                  Report-          Report-       ing Medicaid
                                            Persons Report-        Medicaid and           ing Medicaid     ing Medicaid    But Other Public               Persons Report-
                                                  ing                  Other            But Other Public But Other Private   and Private                        ing
Selected Characteristics                    Medicaid Only            Coverage            Coverage Only    Coverage Only       Coverage                     as Uninsured           Total
Total Unweighted Count                           1,650 (1.1%)          2,100 (1.4%)          5,100 (3.4%)        115,000 (76.2%)        9,700 (6.4%)          17,100 (11.3%)       151,000
Total Weighted Count                          2,060,000 (1.1%)     2,580,000 (1.4%)       7,620,000 (4.1%)    136,650,000 (73.3%)   15,650,000   (8.4%)   21,950,000 (11.8%)    186,500,000
Age 0 - 5                                      420,000   (2.9%)      280,000   (1.9%)      220,000   (1.5%)    12,450,000 (85.0%)      80,000 (0.5%)       1,180,000 (8.1%)      14,650,000
Age 6 - 14                                     420,000   (1.7%)      440,000   (1.7%)      460,000   (1.8%)    21,600,000 (84.9%)     160,000    (0.6%)    2,340,000 (9.2%)      25,450,000
Age 15 - 17                                    120,000   (1.6%)      100,000   (1.3%)      100,000   (1.3%)     6,480,000 (84.4%)      40,000 (0.5%)         840,000 (10.9%)      7,680,000
Age 18 - 44                                    640,000   (0.9%)      500,000   (0.7%)      320,000   (0.4%)    59,350,000 (80.7%)     280,000    (0.4%)   12,450,000 (16.9%)     73,550,000
Age 45 - 64                                    340,000   (0.8%)      400,000   (0.9%)      820,000   (1.9%)    36,050,000 (82.7%)    1,040,000 (2.4%)      4,920,000 (11.3%)     43,600,000
Age 65+                                              0   (0.0%)      820,000   (3.9%)     5,680,000 (26.9%)      480,000   (2.3%)   14,000,000 (66.4%)       100,000   (0.5%)    21,100,000
Age Other'                                     100,000 (20.0%)        20,000 (4.0%)              0   (0.0%)      240,000 (48.0%)            0    (0.0%)      120,000 (24.0%)       500,000
White                                         1,340,000 (0.9%)     1,860,000 (1.2%)       6,420,000 (4.1%)    116,100,000 (74.0%)   14,400,000   (9.2%)   16,700,000 (10.6%)    156,850,000
Black                                          560,000   (2.9%)      580,000   (3.0%)      920,000   (4.8%)    12,850,000 (66.4%)     920,000    (4.8%)    3,500,000 (18.1%)     19,350,000
AIAN                                            40,000 (2.3%)         40,000 (2.3%)         80,000 (4.5%)       1,100,000 (62.5%)      80,000 (4.5%)         440,000 (25.0%)      1,760,000
API                                            120,000   (1.4%)      100,000   (1.2%)      200,000   (2.3%)     6,600,000 (77.3%)     220,000    (2.6%)    1,300,000 (15.2%)      8,540,000
Male                                          1,020,000 (1.1%)     1,240,000 (1.3%)       3,360,000 (3.6%)     68,450,000 (73.7%)    7,120,000 (7.7%)     11,750,000 (12.6%)     92,900,000
Female                                        1,040,000 (1.1%)     1,340,000 (1.4%)       4,260,000 (4.6%)     68,200,000 (72.9%)    8,500,000 (9.1%)     10,200,000 (10.9%)     93,550,000
Hispanic                                       520,000   (2.9%)      300,000   (1.7%)      800,000   (4.5%)    10,650,000 (59.8%)     340,000    (1.9%)    5,180,000 (29.1%)     17,800,000
Non-Hispanic                                  1,540,000 (0.9%)     2,260,000 (1.3%)       6,820,000 (4.0%)    126,000,000 (74.7%)   15,300,000   (9.1%)   16,750,000   (9.9%)   168,700,000




                                                                                                                                                                          108
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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                  Phase II, Table 4: Reported Insurance Status of Persons Not Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                       CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight
                     Version=E: Matchable CPS Records Showing No Medicaid Enrollment, All CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                                       Persons Not
                                                                            Persons Report-          Persons Not      Persons Not        Report-
                                                                                  ing                  Report-          Report-       ing Medicaid
                                                      Persons Report-        Medicaid and           ing Medicaid     ing Medicaid    But Other Public               Persons Report-
                                                            ing                  Other            But Other Public But Other Private   and Private                        ing
Selected Characteristics                              Medicaid Only            Coverage            Coverage Only    Coverage Only       Coverage                     as Uninsured           Total
CPS TANF - Yes                                           440,000 (34.4%)       340,000 (26.6%)        40,000 (3.1%)        260,000 (20.3%)       20,000 (1.6%)         180,000 (14.1%)      1,280,000
CPS TANF - No                                          1,620,000 (0.9%)      2,220,000 (1.2%)       7,580,000 (4.1%)    136,400,000 (73.7%)   15,600,000   (8.4%)   21,750,000 (11.7%)    185,200,000
CPS SSI - Yes                                            200,000 (27.0%)       420,000 (56.8%)        40,000 (5.4%)         40,000 (5.4%)        20,000 (2.7%)          20,000 (2.7%)        740,000
CPS SSI - No                                           1,860,000 (1.0%)      2,160,000 (1.2%)       7,600,000 (4.1%)    136,650,000 (73.6%)   15,600,000   (8.4%)   21,900,000 (11.8%)    185,750,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                           420,000   (9.5%)      120,000   (2.7%)      260,000   (5.9%)     1,580,000 (35.7%)     140,000    (3.2%)    1,900,000 (43.0%)      4,420,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%                          260,000   (9.4%)      100,000   (3.6%)      240,000   (8.7%)      920,000 (33.3%)      140,000    (5.1%)    1,100,000 (39.9%)      2,760,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%                          200,000   (4.9%)      160,000   (3.9%)      460,000 (11.3%)      1,480,000 (36.3%)     340,000    (8.3%)    1,460,000 (35.8%)      4,080,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%                        180,000   (3.1%)      200,000   (3.4%)      680,000 (11.7%)      2,480,000 (42.6%)     660,000 (11.3%)      1,640,000 (28.2%)      5,820,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%                        160,000   (2.4%)      200,000   (3.0%)      760,000 (11.3%)      3,180,000 (47.3%)     900,000 (13.4%)      1,520,000 (22.6%)      6,720,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%                        140,000   (1.8%)      200,000   (2.5%)      720,000   (9.1%)     4,140,000 (52.4%)     980,000 (12.4%)      1,700,000 (21.5%)      7,900,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%                        180,000   (2.3%)      140,000   (1.8%)      520,000   (6.6%)     4,760,000 (60.4%)     940,000 (11.9%)      1,320,000 (16.8%)      7,880,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater                   520,000   (0.4%)    1,480,000 (1.0%)       3,960,000 (2.7%)    118,100,000 (80.4%)   11,500,000   (7.8%)   11,300,000   (7.7%)   146,900,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Self                   440,000   (0.6%)    1,060,000 (1.4%)       4,460,000 (6.0%)     50,000,000 (67.6%)   10,500,000 (14.2%)     7,520,000 (10.2%)     73,950,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Spouse                 200,000   (0.5%)      380,000   (0.9%)     1,620,000 (4.0%)     30,500,000 (75.7%)    4,240,000 (10.5%)     3,320,000 (8.2%)      40,300,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Child (Non-Adult)      880,000   (1.9%)      780,000   (1.7%)      700,000   (1.5%)    39,200,000 (86.3%)     260,000    (0.6%)    3,580,000 (7.9%)      45,400,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Child (Adult)          200,000   (1.5%)      160,000   (1.2%)      120,000   (0.9%)     9,260,000 (70.7%)      60,000 (0.5%)       3,320,000 (25.3%)     13,100,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Parent                  20,000 (1.3%)         60,000 (3.9%)        280,000 (18.2%)       640,000 (41.6%)      260,000 (16.9%)        300,000 (19.5%)      1,540,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Other                  320,000   (2.6%)      160,000   (1.3%)      440,000   (3.6%)     7,040,000 (57.7%)     340,000    (2.8%)    3,880,000 (31.8%)     12,200,000




                                                                                                                                                                                    109
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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                Phase II, Table 4: Reported Insurance Status of Persons Not Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                     CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight
                 Version=F: Matchable CPS Records Showing No Medicaid Enrollment, Edited CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                           Persons Not
                                                                 Persons Report-         Persons Not      Persons Not        Report-
                                                                       ing                 Report-          Report-       ing Medicaid
                                            Persons Report-       Medicaid and          ing Medicaid     ing Medicaid    But Other Public     Persons Report-
                                                  ing                 Other           But Other Public But Other Private   and Private              ing
Selected Characteristics                    Medicaid Only           Coverage           Coverage Only    Coverage Only       Coverage           as Uninsured        Total
Total Unweighted Count                            350 (36.8%)          600 (63.2%)            0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)        950
Total Weighted Count                           460,000 (40.4%)      680,000 (59.6%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)   1,140,000
Age 0 - 5                                       40,000 (33.3%)       80,000 (66.7%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    120,000
Age 6 - 14                                      60,000 (33.3%)      120,000 (66.7%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    180,000
Age 15 - 17                                     20,000 (33.3%)       20,000 (33.3%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)     60,000
Age 18 - 44                                    180,000 (47.4%)      200,000 (52.6%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    380,000
Age 45 - 64                                     80,000 (33.3%)      180,000 (75.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    240,000
Age 65+                                             0   (0.0%)       80,000(100.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)     80,000
Age Other'                                      60,000 (75.0%)       20,000 (25.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)     80,000
White                                          340,000 (41.5%)      480,000 (58.5%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    820,000
Black                                          100,000 (35.7%)      180,000 (64.3%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    280,000
AIAN                                            20,000(100.0%)       20,000(100.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)     20,000
API                                             20,000 (50.0%)       20,000 (50.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)     40,000
Male                                           220,000 (37.9%)      360,000 (62.1%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    580,000
Female                                         240,000 (42.9%)      340,000 (60.7%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    560,000
Hispanic                                       140,000 (70.0%)       80,000 (40.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    200,000
Non-Hispanic                                   320,000 (34.0%)      620,000 (66.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    940,000




                                                                                                                                                             110
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
                                                                                                                                                                                     12

                  Phase II, Table 4: Reported Insurance Status of Persons Not Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                       CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight
                   Version=F: Matchable CPS Records Showing No Medicaid Enrollment, Edited CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                                     Persons Not
                                                                           Persons Report-         Persons Not      Persons Not        Report-
                                                                                 ing                 Report-          Report-       ing Medicaid
                                                      Persons Report-       Medicaid and          ing Medicaid     ing Medicaid    But Other Public     Persons Report-
                                                            ing                 Other           But Other Public But Other Private   and Private              ing
Selected Characteristics                              Medicaid Only           Coverage           Coverage Only    Coverage Only       Coverage           as Uninsured        Total
CPS TANF - Yes                                           160,000 (50.0%)      180,000 (56.3%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    320,000
CPS TANF - No                                            300,000 (36.6%)      520,000 (63.4%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    820,000
CPS SSI - Yes                                             80,000 (25.0%)      240,000 (75.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    320,000
CPS SSI - No                                             380,000 (46.3%)      440,000 (53.7%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    820,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                            80,000 (66.7%)       20,000 (16.7%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    120,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%                           60,000 (75.0%)       20,000 (25.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)     80,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%                           60,000 (50.0%)       60,000 (50.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    120,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%                         40,000 (50.0%)       40,000 (50.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)     80,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%                         40,000 (50.0%)       40,000 (50.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)     80,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%                         20,000 (20.0%)       80,000 (80.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    100,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%                         60,000 (60.0%)       40,000 (40.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    100,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater                   100,000 (21.7%)      360,000 (78.3%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    460,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Self                   120,000 (31.6%)      260,000 (68.4%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    380,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Spouse                  60,000 (37.5%)      100,000 (62.5%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    160,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Child (Non-Adult)      160,000 (42.1%)      220,000 (57.9%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    380,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Child (Adult)           60,000 (60.0%)       60,000 (60.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    100,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Other                   40,000 (50.0%)       40,000 (50.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)     80,000




                                                                                                                                                                       111
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
                                                                                                                                                                                     13

                Phase II, Table 4: Reported Insurance Status of Persons Not Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                    CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight
                Version=G: Matchable CPS Records Showing No Medicaid Enrollment, Imputed CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                             Persons Not
                                                                  Persons Report-          Persons Not      Persons Not        Report-
                                                                        ing                  Report-          Report-       ing Medicaid
                                            Persons Report-        Medicaid and           ing Medicaid     ing Medicaid    But Other Public            Persons Report-
                                                  ing                  Other            But Other Public But Other Private   and Private                     ing
Selected Characteristics                    Medicaid Only            Coverage            Coverage Only    Coverage Only       Coverage                  as Uninsured         Total
Total Unweighted Count                            450    (2.9%)         800    (5.2%)         600    (3.9%)       9,700 (63.0%)         850   (5.5%)        3,000 (19.5%)      15,400
Total Weighted Count                           580,000   (2.9%)      980,000   (5.0%)      920,000   (4.7%)   12,050,000 (61.0%)   1,300,000 (6.6%)     3,920,000 (19.8%)   19,750,000
Age 0 - 5                                       80,000 (5.5%)        140,000   (9.6%)           0    (0.0%)     940,000 (64.4%)           0   (0.0%)      260,000 (17.8%)    1,460,000
Age 6 - 14                                     140,000   (4.6%)      280,000   (9.2%)       40,000 (1.3%)      2,060,000 (67.3%)     20,000 (0.7%)        520,000 (17.0%)    3,060,000
Age 15 - 17                                     40,000 (4.3%)         60,000 (6.5%)             0    (0.0%)     620,000 (67.4%)           0   (0.0%)      180,000 (19.6%)     920,000
Age 18 - 44                                    200,000   (2.6%)      220,000   (2.9%)       40,000 (0.5%)      5,140,000 (66.9%)     80,000 (1.0%)      2,020,000 (26.3%)    7,680,000
Age 45 - 64                                    120,000   (2.6%)      120,000   (2.6%)      120,000   (2.6%)    3,200,000 (70.2%)    120,000   (2.6%)      900,000 (19.7%)    4,560,000
Age 65+                                             0    (0.0%)      140,000   (6.9%)      720,000 (35.6%)       80,000 (4.0%)     1,080,000 (53.5%)           0   (0.0%)    2,020,000
Age Other'                                          0    (0.0%)           0    (0.0%)           0    (0.0%)      20,000 (50.0%)           0   (0.0%)       20,000 (50.0%)      40,000
White                                          380,000   (2.5%)      720,000   (4.8%)      740,000   (4.9%)    9,340,000 (61.7%)   1,080,000 (7.1%)     2,880,000 (19.0%)   15,150,000
Black                                          140,000   (4.6%)      200,000   (6.5%)      140,000   (4.6%)    1,720,000 (56.2%)    160,000   (5.2%)      680,000 (22.2%)    3,060,000
AIAN                                                0    (0.0%)       20,000 (11.1%)            0    (0.0%)     120,000 (66.7%)      20,000 (11.1%)        40,000 (22.2%)     180,000
API                                             60,000 (4.3%)         40,000 (2.9%)         40,000 (2.9%)       880,000 (63.8%)      40,000 (2.9%)        320,000 (23.2%)    1,380,000
Male                                           280,000   (2.8%)      460,000   (4.6%)      460,000   (4.6%)    6,240,000 (62.5%)    640,000   (6.4%)    1,920,000 (19.2%)    9,980,000
Female                                         300,000   (3.1%)      520,000   (5.3%)      460,000   (4.7%)    5,820,000 (59.5%)    660,000   (6.7%)    1,980,000 (20.2%)    9,780,000
Hispanic                                       100,000   (4.7%)      160,000   (7.5%)       60,000 (2.8%)      1,100,000 (51.4%)     40,000 (1.9%)        680,000 (31.8%)    2,140,000
Non-Hispanic                                   480,000   (2.7%)      820,000   (4.6%)      860,000   (4.9%)   10,950,000 (62.0%)   1,260,000 (7.1%)     3,240,000 (18.4%)   17,650,000




                                                                                                                                                                      112
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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                  Phase II, Table 4: Reported Insurance Status of Persons Not Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                     CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight
                 Version=G: Matchable CPS Records Showing No Medicaid Enrollment, Imputed CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                                       Persons Not
                                                                            Persons Report-          Persons Not      Persons Not        Report-
                                                                                  ing                  Report-          Report-       ing Medicaid
                                                      Persons Report-        Medicaid and           ing Medicaid     ing Medicaid    But Other Public            Persons Report-
                                                            ing                  Other            But Other Public But Other Private   and Private                     ing
Selected Characteristics                              Medicaid Only            Coverage            Coverage Only    Coverage Only       Coverage                  as Uninsured         Total
CPS TANF - Yes                                           140,000 (35.0%)       140,000 (35.0%)            0    (0.0%)      80,000 (20.0%)           0   (0.0%)       40,000 (10.0%)     400,000
CPS TANF - No                                            440,000   (2.3%)      820,000   (4.2%)      900,000   (4.7%)   12,000,000 (62.0%)   1,300,000 (6.7%)     3,880,000 (20.1%)   19,350,000
CPS SSI - Yes                                             60,000 (30.0%)       100,000 (50.0%)            0    (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)          0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)     200,000
CPS SSI - No                                             520,000   (2.7%)      880,000   (4.5%)      900,000   (4.6%)   12,050,000 (61.6%)   1,300,000 (6.6%)     3,920,000 (20.1%)   19,550,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                           100,000 (14.7%)        60,000 (8.8%)         40,000 (5.9%)       200,000 (29.4%)      20,000 (2.9%)        260,000 (38.2%)     680,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%                           40,000 (10.5%)        40,000 (10.5%)        20,000 (5.3%)       100,000 (26.3%)      20,000 (5.3%)        120,000 (31.6%)     380,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%                           40,000 (7.1%)         40,000 (7.1%)         40,000 (7.1%)       200,000 (35.7%)      40,000 (7.1%)        200,000 (35.7%)     560,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%                         60,000 (8.8%)         40,000 (5.9%)         40,000 (5.9%)       260,000 (38.2%)      60,000 (8.8%)        200,000 (29.4%)     680,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%                         40,000 (4.9%)         60,000 (7.3%)         60,000 (7.3%)       360,000 (43.9%)     100,000 (12.2%)       200,000 (24.4%)     820,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%                         40,000 (4.3%)         40,000 (4.3%)         80,000 (8.7%)       440,000 (47.8%)      80,000 (8.7%)        260,000 (28.3%)     920,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%                         40,000 (4.9%)         40,000 (4.9%)         60,000 (7.3%)       420,000 (51.2%)      60,000 (7.3%)        200,000 (24.4%)     820,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater                   220,000   (1.5%)      660,000   (4.4%)      580,000   (3.9%)   10,050,000 (67.2%)    900,000   (6.0%)    2,500,000 (16.7%)   14,950,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Self                   140,000   (1.9%)      260,000   (3.5%)      560,000   (7.6%)    4,160,000 (56.5%)    880,000 (12.0%)     1,360,000 (18.5%)    7,360,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Spouse                  60,000 (1.5%)        100,000   (2.6%)      220,000   (5.6%)    2,560,000 (65.6%)    320,000   (8.2%)      660,000 (16.9%)    3,900,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Child (Non-Adult)      240,000   (4.8%)      440,000   (8.8%)       40,000 (0.8%)      3,440,000 (69.1%)     20,000 (0.4%)        800,000 (16.1%)    4,980,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Child (Adult)           60,000 (3.7%)         80,000 (4.9%)             0    (0.0%)    1,000,000 (61.7%)          0   (0.0%)      480,000 (29.6%)    1,620,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Parent                      0    (0.0%)       20,000 (8.3%)         40,000 (16.7%)      120,000 (50.0%)      20,000 (8.3%)         40,000 (16.7%)     240,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Other                   80,000 (4.9%)         80,000 (4.9%)         60,000 (3.7%)       780,000 (47.6%)      40,000 (2.4%)        600,000 (36.6%)    1,640,000




                                                                                                                                                                                113
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
                                                                                                                                                                                          15

                Phase II, Table 4: Reported Insurance Status of Persons Not Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                    CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight
                Version=H: Matchable CPS Records Showing No Medicaid Enrollment, Explicit CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                             Persons Not
                                                                  Persons Report-          Persons Not      Persons Not        Report-
                                                                        ing                  Report-          Report-       ing Medicaid
                                            Persons Report-        Medicaid and           ing Medicaid     ing Medicaid    But Other Public               Persons Report-
                                                  ing                  Other            But Other Public But Other Private   and Private                        ing
Selected Characteristics                    Medicaid Only            Coverage            Coverage Only    Coverage Only       Coverage                     as Uninsured           Total
Total Unweighted Count                             850   (0.6%)         700    (0.5%)        4,500 (3.4%)        105,000 (78.4%)        8,850 (6.6%)          14,100 (10.5%)       134,000
Total Weighted Count                          1,020,000 (0.6%)       920,000   (0.6%)     6,700,000 (4.0%)    124,600,000 (75.2%)   14,350,000   (8.7%)   18,000,000 (10.9%)    165,600,000
Age 0 - 5                                      300,000   (2.3%)       60,000 (0.5%)        220,000   (1.7%)    11,500,000 (88.1%)      80,000 (0.6%)         920,000   (7.0%)    13,050,000
Age 6 - 14                                     220,000   (1.0%)       40,000 (0.2%)        420,000   (1.9%)    19,550,000 (88.1%)     140,000    (0.6%)    1,800,000 (8.1%)      22,200,000
Age 15 - 17                                     60,000 (0.9%)         20,000 (0.3%)        100,000   (1.5%)     5,860,000 (87.5%)      40,000 (0.6%)         660,000   (9.9%)     6,700,000
Age 18 - 44                                    260,000   (0.4%)       80,000 (0.1%)        280,000   (0.4%)    54,200,000 (82.8%)     220,000    (0.3%)   10,400,000 (15.9%)     65,450,000
Age 45 - 64                                    160,000   (0.4%)      120,000   (0.3%)      700,000   (1.8%)    32,850,000 (84.8%)     920,000    (2.4%)    4,000,000 (10.3%)     38,750,000
Age 65+                                              0   (0.0%)      600,000   (3.2%)     4,960,000 (26.1%)      400,000   (2.1%)   12,950,000 (68.2%)       100,000   (0.5%)    19,000,000
Age Other'                                      20,000 (5.3%)             0    (0.0%)            0   (0.0%)      240,000 (63.2%)            0    (0.0%)     120,000 (31.6%)        380,000
White                                          640,000   (0.5%)      660,000   (0.5%)     5,680,000 (4.0%)    106,750,000 (75.8%)   13,350,000   (9.5%)   13,800,000   (9.8%)   140,900,000
Black                                          320,000   (2.0%)      180,000   (1.1%)      780,000   (4.9%)    11,150,000 (69.7%)     760,000    (4.8%)    2,820,000 (17.6%)     16,000,000
AIAN                                            20,000 (1.3%)         20,000 (1.3%)         80,000 (5.1%)       1,000,000 (64.1%)      60,000 (3.8%)         400,000 (25.6%)      1,560,000
API                                             40,000 (0.6%)         40,000 (0.6%)        180,000   (2.5%)     5,720,000 (80.1%)     180,000    (2.5%)    1,000,000 (14.0%)      7,140,000
Male                                           520,000   (0.6%)      420,000   (0.5%)     2,900,000 (3.5%)     62,200,000 (75.5%)    6,480,000 (7.9%)      9,800,000 (11.9%)     82,350,000
Female                                         500,000   (0.6%)      480,000   (0.6%)     3,800,000 (4.6%)     62,400,000 (75.0%)    7,840,000 (9.4%)      8,220,000 (9.9%)      83,250,000
Hispanic                                       280,000   (1.8%)       80,000 (0.5%)        740,000   (4.8%)     9,560,000 (61.9%)     300,000    (1.9%)    4,500,000 (29.1%)     15,450,000
Non-Hispanic                                   740,000   (0.5%)      820,000   (0.5%)     5,960,000 (4.0%)    115,050,000 (76.6%)   14,050,000   (9.4%)   13,500,000   (9.0%)   150,100,000




                                                                                                                                                                          114
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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                  Phase II, Table 4: Reported Insurance Status of Persons Not Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                      CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Original Weight
                  Version=H: Matchable CPS Records Showing No Medicaid Enrollment, Explicit CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                                       Persons Not
                                                                            Persons Report-          Persons Not      Persons Not        Report-
                                                                                  ing                  Report-          Report-       ing Medicaid
                                                      Persons Report-        Medicaid and           ing Medicaid     ing Medicaid    But Other Public               Persons Report-
                                                            ing                  Other            But Other Public But Other Private   and Private                        ing
Selected Characteristics                              Medicaid Only            Coverage            Coverage Only    Coverage Only       Coverage                     as Uninsured          Total
CPS TANF - Yes                                           140,000 (25.9%)        20,000 (3.7%)         40,000 (7.4%)        200,000 (37.0%)       20,000 (3.7%)         140,000 (25.9%)      540,000
CPS TANF - No                                            880,000   (0.5%)      900,000   (0.5%)     6,680,000 (4.0%)    124,400,000 (75.4%)   14,300,000   (8.7%)   17,850,000 (10.8%)   165,050,000
CPS SSI - Yes                                             60,000 (27.3%)        60,000 (27.3%)        20,000 (9.1%)         40,000 (18.2%)       20,000 (9.1%)          20,000 (9.1%)       220,000
CPS SSI - No                                             960,000   (0.6%)      840,000   (0.5%)     6,680,000 (4.0%)    124,550,000 (75.3%)   14,300,000   (8.6%)   18,000,000 (10.9%)   165,350,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                           220,000   (6.0%)       40,000 (1.1%)        220,000   (6.0%)     1,380,000 (37.9%)     120,000    (3.3%)    1,660,000 (45.6%)     3,640,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%                          160,000   (6.9%)       20,000 (0.9%)        220,000   (9.5%)      820,000 (35.3%)      100,000    (4.3%)      980,000 (42.2%)     2,320,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%                           80,000 (2.3%)         60,000 (1.8%)        420,000 (12.3%)      1,280,000 (37.4%)     300,000    (8.8%)    1,260,000 (36.8%)     3,420,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%                         80,000 (1.6%)        100,000   (2.0%)      640,000 (12.6%)      2,220,000 (43.9%)     580,000 (11.5%)      1,440,000 (28.5%)     5,060,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%                        100,000   (1.7%)      100,000   (1.7%)      680,000 (11.7%)      2,800,000 (48.1%)     800,000 (13.7%)      1,340,000 (23.0%)     5,820,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%                         80,000 (1.2%)         80,000 (1.2%)        660,000   (9.6%)     3,700,000 (53.8%)     920,000 (13.4%)      1,440,000 (20.9%)     6,880,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%                         60,000 (0.9%)         40,000 (0.6%)        480,000   (6.9%)     4,360,000 (62.8%)     880,000 (12.7%)      1,120,000 (16.1%)     6,940,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater                   200,000   (0.2%)      460,000   (0.3%)     3,380,000 (2.6%)    108,050,000 (82.2%)   10,600,000   (8.1%)    8,780,000 (6.7%)    131,500,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Self                   160,000   (0.2%)      540,000   (0.8%)     3,900,000 (5.9%)     45,850,000 (69.2%)    9,600,000 (14.5%)     6,160,000 (9.3%)     66,250,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Spouse                  80,000 (0.2%)        160,000   (0.4%)     1,420,000 (3.9%)     27,950,000 (77.2%)    3,920,000 (10.8%)     2,660,000 (7.3%)     36,200,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Child (Non-Adult)      480,000   (1.2%)      100,000   (0.2%)      660,000   (1.6%)    35,750,000 (89.3%)     220,000    (0.5%)    2,780,000 (6.9%)     40,050,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Child (Adult)           80,000 (0.7%)         20,000 (0.2%)        100,000   (0.9%)     8,240,000 (72.6%)      60,000 (0.5%)       2,840,000 (25.0%)    11,350,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Parent                      0    (0.0%)       40,000 (3.1%)        240,000 (18.5%)       520,000 (40.0%)      240,000 (18.5%)        260,000 (20.0%)     1,300,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Other                  200,000   (1.9%)       60,000 (0.6%)        380,000   (3.6%)     6,240,000 (59.7%)     280,000    (2.7%)    3,300,000 (31.6%)    10,450,000




                                                                                                                                                                                   115
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
                                                                                                                                                                                           1

                Phase II, Table 4: Reported Insurance Status of Persons Not Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                      CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Re-Weighted
                   Version=E: Matchable CPS Records Showing No Medicaid Enrollment, All CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                             Persons Not
                                                                  Persons Report-          Persons Not      Persons Not        Report-
                                                                        ing                  Report-          Report-       ing Medicaid
                                            Persons Report-        Medicaid and           ing Medicaid     ing Medicaid    But Other Public                Persons Report-
                                                  ing                  Other            But Other Public But Other Private   and Private                         ing
Selected Characteristics                    Medicaid Only            Coverage            Coverage Only    Coverage Only       Coverage                      as Uninsured           Total
Total Unweighted Count                           1,650 (1.1%)          2,100 (1.4%)          5,100 (3.4%)         115,000 (76.2%)        9,700 (6.4%)          17,100 (11.3%)       151,000
Total Weighted Count                          2,760,000 (1.1%)     3,700,000 (1.5%)      11,150,000   (4.6%)   171,500,000 (70.3%)   21,350,000   (8.7%)   33,600,000 (13.8%)    244,050,000
Age 0 - 5                                      500,000   (3.1%)      360,000   (2.2%)      260,000    (1.6%)    13,500,000 (83.1%)      80,000 (0.5%)       1,520,000 (9.4%)      16,250,000
Age 6 - 14                                     520,000   (1.8%)      560,000   (1.9%)      520,000    (1.8%)    24,250,000 (83.0%)     200,000    (0.7%)    3,120,000 (10.7%)     29,200,000
Age 15 - 17                                    160,000   (1.8%)      140,000   (1.6%)      120,000    (1.3%)     7,360,000 (82.3%)      40,000 (0.4%)       1,140,000 (12.8%)      8,940,000
Age 18 - 44                                    940,000   (0.9%)      780,000   (0.8%)      460,000    (0.5%)    78,000,000 (77.8%)     400,000    (0.4%)   19,700,000 (19.7%)    100,250,000
Age 45 - 64                                    520,000   (0.9%)      600,000   (1.0%)     1,180,000 (2.0%)      47,400,000 (80.5%)    1,400,000 (2.4%)      7,800,000 (13.2%)     58,900,000
Age 65+                                         20,000 (0.1%)      1,260,000 (4.2%)       8,600,000 (28.7%)       680,000   (2.3%)   19,250,000 (64.2%)       180,000   (0.6%)    30,000,000
Age Other'                                     120,000 (20.7%)        20,000 (3.4%)         20,000 (3.4%)         260,000 (44.8%)            0    (0.0%)      160,000 (27.6%)       580,000
White                                         1,800,000 (0.9%)     2,680,000 (1.3%)       9,400,000 (4.6%)     145,200,000 (71.1%)   19,650,000   (9.6%)   25,500,000 (12.5%)    204,200,000
Black                                          740,000   (2.8%)      820,000   (3.1%)     1,340,000 (5.1%)      16,450,000 (63.0%)    1,300,000 (5.0%)      5,420,000 (20.8%)     26,100,000
AIAN                                            40,000 (1.7%)         60,000 (2.5%)        120,000    (5.1%)     1,400,000 (59.3%)     100,000    (4.2%)      640,000 (27.1%)      2,360,000
API                                            160,000   (1.4%)      140,000   (1.2%)      300,000    (2.6%)     8,440,000 (74.0%)     300,000    (2.6%)    2,060,000 (18.1%)     11,400,000
Male                                          1,340,000 (1.1%)     1,760,000 (1.4%)       4,900,000 (4.0%)      85,900,000 (70.7%)    9,720,000 (8.0%)     17,950,000 (14.8%)    121,550,000
Female                                        1,420,000 (1.2%)     1,940,000 (1.6%)       6,260,000 (5.1%)      85,600,000 (69.9%)   11,650,000   (9.5%)   15,700,000 (12.8%)    122,500,000
Hispanic                                       680,000   (2.9%)      440,000   (1.8%)     1,080,000 (4.5%)      13,350,000 (56.1%)     460,000    (1.9%)    7,760,000 (32.6%)     23,800,000
Non-Hispanic                                  2,080,000 (0.9%)     3,260,000 (1.5%)      10,050,000   (4.6%)   158,100,000 (71.8%)   20,900,000   (9.5%)   25,850,000 (11.7%)    220,300,000




                                                                                                                                                                           116
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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                  Phase II, Table 4: Reported Insurance Status of Persons Not Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                        CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Re-Weighted
                     Version=E: Matchable CPS Records Showing No Medicaid Enrollment, All CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                                       Persons Not
                                                                            Persons Report-          Persons Not      Persons Not        Report-
                                                                                  ing                  Report-          Report-       ing Medicaid
                                                      Persons Report-        Medicaid and           ing Medicaid     ing Medicaid    But Other Public                Persons Report-
                                                            ing                  Other            But Other Public But Other Private   and Private                         ing
Selected Characteristics                              Medicaid Only            Coverage            Coverage Only    Coverage Only       Coverage                      as Uninsured           Total
CPS TANF - Yes                                           580,000 (32.2%)       480,000 (26.7%)        60,000 (3.3%)         380,000 (21.1%)       20,000 (1.1%)         280,000 (15.6%)      1,800,000
CPS TANF - No                                          2,160,000 (0.9%)      3,200,000 (1.3%)      11,100,000   (4.6%)   171,100,000 (70.6%)   21,350,000   (8.8%)   33,350,000 (13.8%)    242,250,000
CPS SSI - Yes                                            300,000 (27.8%)       620,000 (57.4%)        60,000 (5.6%)          60,000 (5.6%)        20,000 (1.9%)          20,000 (1.9%)       1,080,000
CPS SSI - No                                           2,460,000 (1.0%)      3,080,000 (1.3%)      11,100,000   (4.6%)   171,400,000 (70.5%)   21,300,000   (8.8%)   33,600,000 (13.8%)    243,000,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                           560,000   (8.5%)      160,000   (2.4%)      400,000    (6.1%)     2,220,000 (33.7%)     220,000    (3.3%)    3,020,000 (45.9%)      6,580,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%                          340,000   (8.3%)      140,000   (3.4%)      380,000    (9.3%)     1,280,000 (31.4%)     220,000    (5.4%)    1,740,000 (42.6%)      4,080,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%                          260,000   (4.3%)      220,000   (3.7%)      700,000 (11.6%)       2,040,000 (33.9%)     520,000    (8.6%)    2,280,000 (37.9%)      6,020,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%                        240,000   (3.0%)      280,000   (3.5%)      980,000 (12.3%)       3,120,000 (39.0%)     920,000 (11.5%)      2,440,000 (30.5%)      8,000,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%                        220,000   (2.4%)      280,000   (3.1%)     1,120,000 (12.2%)      4,000,000 (43.6%)    1,280,000 (13.9%)     2,300,000 (25.1%)      9,180,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%                        180,000   (1.7%)      280,000   (2.6%)     1,060,000 (10.0%)      5,180,000 (48.9%)    1,380,000 (13.0%)     2,540,000 (24.0%)     10,600,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%                        240,000   (2.3%)      180,000   (1.7%)      780,000    (7.5%)     5,940,000 (56.8%)    1,300,000 (12.4%)     2,020,000 (19.3%)     10,450,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater                   740,000   (0.4%)    2,140,000 (1.1%)       5,740,000 (3.0%)     147,700,000 (78.1%)   15,500,000   (8.2%)   17,300,000   (9.1%)   189,100,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Self                   640,000   (0.6%)    1,600,000 (1.6%)       6,720,000 (6.7%)      65,700,000 (65.0%)   14,400,000 (14.3%)    11,950,000 (11.8%)    101,000,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Spouse                 300,000   (0.6%)      560,000   (1.0%)     2,440,000 (4.5%)      40,000,000 (73.6%)    5,740,000 (10.6%)     5,300,000 (9.8%)      54,350,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Child (Non-Adult)    1,080,000 (2.1%)        980,000   (1.9%)      800,000    (1.6%)    43,600,000 (84.7%)     280,000    (0.5%)    4,740,000 (9.2%)      51,500,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Child (Adult)          280,000   (1.5%)      240,000   (1.3%)      160,000    (0.9%)    12,250,000 (67.1%)      80,000 (0.4%)       5,220,000 (28.6%)     18,250,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Parent                  20,000 (0.9%)         80,000 (3.6%)        420,000 (18.8%)        880,000 (39.3%)      360,000 (16.1%)        480,000 (21.4%)      2,240,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Other                  420,000   (2.5%)      220,000   (1.3%)      620,000    (3.7%)     9,080,000 (54.2%)     460,000    (2.7%)    5,920,000 (35.3%)     16,750,000




                                                                                                                                                                                     117
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
                                                                                                                                                                           3

                Phase II, Table 4: Reported Insurance Status of Persons Not Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                      CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Re-Weighted
                 Version=F: Matchable CPS Records Showing No Medicaid Enrollment, Edited CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                           Persons Not
                                                                 Persons Report-         Persons Not      Persons Not        Report-
                                                                       ing                 Report-          Report-       ing Medicaid
                                            Persons Report-       Medicaid and          ing Medicaid     ing Medicaid    But Other Public     Persons Report-
                                                  ing                 Other           But Other Public But Other Private   and Private              ing
Selected Characteristics                    Medicaid Only           Coverage           Coverage Only    Coverage Only       Coverage           as Uninsured        Total
Total Unweighted Count                            350 (36.8%)          600 (63.2%)            0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)        950
Total Weighted Count                           560,000 (39.4%)      860,000 (60.6%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)   1,420,000
Age 0 - 5                                       60,000 (42.9%)      100,000 (71.4%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    140,000
Age 6 - 14                                      60,000 (30.0%)      140,000 (70.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    200,000
Age 15 - 17                                     40,000 (66.7%)       40,000 (66.7%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)     60,000
Age 18 - 44                                    240,000 (48.0%)      260,000 (52.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    500,000
Age 45 - 64                                    100,000 (31.3%)      220,000 (68.8%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    320,000
Age 65+                                             0   (0.0%)      100,000 (83.3%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    120,000
Age Other'                                      80,000 (80.0%)       20,000 (20.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    100,000
White                                          420,000 (41.2%)      600,000 (58.8%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)   1,020,000
Black                                          120,000 (35.3%)      240,000 (70.6%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    340,000
AIAN                                            20,000 (50.0%)       20,000 (50.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)     40,000
API                                             20,000 (50.0%)       20,000 (50.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)     40,000
Male                                           280,000 (38.9%)      440,000 (61.1%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    720,000
Female                                         300,000 (41.7%)      420,000 (58.3%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    720,000
Hispanic                                       160,000 (61.5%)       80,000 (30.8%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    260,000
Non-Hispanic                                   400,000 (33.9%)      780,000 (66.1%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)   1,180,000




                                                                                                                                                             118
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
                                                                                                                                                                                     4

                  Phase II, Table 4: Reported Insurance Status of Persons Not Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                        CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Re-Weighted
                   Version=F: Matchable CPS Records Showing No Medicaid Enrollment, Edited CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                                     Persons Not
                                                                           Persons Report-         Persons Not      Persons Not        Report-
                                                                                 ing                 Report-          Report-       ing Medicaid
                                                      Persons Report-       Medicaid and          ing Medicaid     ing Medicaid    But Other Public     Persons Report-
                                                            ing                 Other           But Other Public But Other Private   and Private              ing
Selected Characteristics                              Medicaid Only           Coverage           Coverage Only    Coverage Only       Coverage           as Uninsured        Total
CPS TANF - Yes                                           200,000 (47.6%)      220,000 (52.4%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    420,000
CPS TANF - No                                            380,000 (37.3%)      640,000 (62.7%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)   1,020,000
CPS SSI - Yes                                            100,000 (22.7%)      320,000 (72.7%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    440,000
CPS SSI - No                                             460,000 (46.0%)      540,000 (54.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)   1,000,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                           100,000 (71.4%)       40,000 (28.6%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    140,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%                           80,000 (80.0%)       20,000 (20.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    100,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%                           60,000 (42.9%)       80,000 (57.1%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    140,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%                         60,000 (60.0%)       40,000 (40.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    100,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%                         40,000 (40.0%)       60,000 (60.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    100,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%                         20,000 (16.7%)      100,000 (83.3%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    120,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%                         60,000 (50.0%)       60,000 (50.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    120,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater                   120,000 (20.7%)      460,000 (79.3%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    580,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Self                   160,000 (32.0%)      360,000 (72.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    500,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Spouse                  80,000 (36.4%)      140,000 (63.6%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    220,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Child (Non-Adult)      200,000 (45.5%)      260,000 (59.1%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    440,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Child (Adult)           80,000 (57.1%)       60,000 (42.9%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    140,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Parent                      0   (0.0%)       20,000(100.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)     20,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Other                   60,000 (60.0%)       40,000 (40.0%)           0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)       0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)    100,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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                Phase II, Table 4: Reported Insurance Status of Persons Not Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                     CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Re-Weighted
                Version=G: Matchable CPS Records Showing No Medicaid Enrollment, Imputed CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                             Persons Not
                                                                  Persons Report-          Persons Not      Persons Not        Report-
                                                                        ing                  Report-          Report-       ing Medicaid
                                            Persons Report-        Medicaid and           ing Medicaid     ing Medicaid    But Other Public            Persons Report-
                                                  ing                  Other            But Other Public But Other Private   and Private                     ing
Selected Characteristics                    Medicaid Only            Coverage            Coverage Only    Coverage Only       Coverage                  as Uninsured         Total
Total Unweighted Count                            450    (2.9%)         800    (5.2%)          600   (3.9%)       9,700 (63.0%)         850   (5.5%)        3,000 (19.5%)      15,400
Total Weighted Count                           960,000   (2.8%)    1,600,000 (4.7%)       1,800,000 (5.3%)    19,950,000 (58.6%)   2,540,000 (7.5%)     7,180,000 (21.1%)   34,050,000
Age 0 - 5                                      120,000   (6.4%)      200,000 (10.6%)        20,000 (1.1%)      1,180,000 (62.8%)          0   (0.0%)      360,000 (19.1%)    1,880,000
Age 6 - 14                                     200,000   (5.0%)      360,000   (8.9%)       40,000 (1.0%)      2,660,000 (65.8%)     20,000 (0.5%)        760,000 (18.8%)    4,040,000
Age 15 - 17                                     60,000 (4.8%)         80,000 (6.3%)              0   (0.0%)     840,000 (66.7%)           0   (0.0%)      280,000 (22.2%)    1,260,000
Age 18 - 44                                    380,000   (2.7%)      420,000   (2.9%)       80,000 (0.6%)      9,280,000 (65.1%)    140,000   (1.0%)    4,000,000 (28.1%)   14,250,000
Age 45 - 64                                    200,000   (2.4%)      220,000   (2.6%)      220,000   (2.6%)    5,820,000 (69.0%)    200,000   (2.4%)    1,760,000 (20.9%)    8,440,000
Age 65+                                             0    (0.0%)      300,000   (7.3%)     1,440,000 (35.1%)     160,000   (3.9%)   2,160,000 (52.7%)           0   (0.0%)    4,100,000
Age Other'                                          0    (0.0%)           0    (0.0%)            0   (0.0%)      20,000 (33.3%)           0   (0.0%)       20,000 (33.3%)      60,000
White                                          620,000   (2.4%)    1,160,000 (4.5%)       1,460,000 (5.6%)    15,450,000 (59.3%)   2,120,000 (8.1%)     5,260,000 (20.2%)   26,050,000
Black                                          240,000   (4.6%)      340,000   (6.5%)      260,000   (4.9%)    2,860,000 (54.4%)    320,000   (6.1%)    1,240,000 (23.6%)    5,260,000
AIAN                                            20,000 (5.9%)         20,000 (5.9%)         20,000 (5.9%)       180,000 (52.9%)      20,000 (5.9%)         60,000 (17.6%)     340,000
API                                            100,000   (4.2%)       60,000 (2.5%)         60,000 (2.5%)      1,480,000 (62.2%)     80,000 (3.4%)        600,000 (25.2%)    2,380,000
Male                                           460,000   (2.7%)      740,000   (4.3%)      880,000   (5.1%)   10,300,000 (60.1%)   1,240,000 (7.2%)     3,520,000 (20.5%)   17,150,000
Female                                         500,000   (3.0%)      860,000   (5.1%)      920,000   (5.4%)    9,660,000 (57.2%)   1,300,000 (7.7%)     3,640,000 (21.5%)   16,900,000
Hispanic                                       180,000   (5.0%)      240,000   (6.6%)      100,000   (2.8%)    1,820,000 (50.3%)     80,000 (2.2%)      1,200,000 (33.1%)    3,620,000
Non-Hispanic                                   800,000   (2.6%)    1,360,000 (4.5%)       1,700,000 (5.6%)    18,150,000 (59.7%)   2,460,000 (8.1%)     5,960,000 (19.6%)   30,400,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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                  Phase II, Table 4: Reported Insurance Status of Persons Not Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                      CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Re-Weighted
                 Version=G: Matchable CPS Records Showing No Medicaid Enrollment, Imputed CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                                       Persons Not
                                                                            Persons Report-          Persons Not      Persons Not        Report-
                                                                                  ing                  Report-          Report-       ing Medicaid
                                                      Persons Report-        Medicaid and           ing Medicaid     ing Medicaid    But Other Public            Persons Report-
                                                            ing                  Other            But Other Public But Other Private   and Private                     ing
Selected Characteristics                              Medicaid Only            Coverage            Coverage Only    Coverage Only       Coverage                  as Uninsured         Total
CPS TANF - Yes                                           240,000 (35.3%)       240,000 (35.3%)        20,000 (2.9%)       120,000 (17.6%)           0   (0.0%)       60,000 (8.8%)      680,000
CPS TANF - No                                            720,000   (2.2%)    1,360,000 (4.1%)       1,780,000 (5.3%)    19,850,000 (59.5%)   2,540,000 (7.6%)     7,100,000 (21.3%)   33,350,000
CPS SSI - Yes                                            120,000 (33.3%)       200,000 (55.6%)        20,000 (5.6%)        20,000 (5.6%)            0   (0.0%)           0   (0.0%)     360,000
CPS SSI - No                                             840,000   (2.5%)    1,400,000 (4.2%)       1,780,000 (5.3%)    19,950,000 (59.3%)   2,540,000 (7.5%)     7,180,000 (21.3%)   33,650,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                           180,000 (14.1%)        80,000 (6.3%)         80,000 (6.3%)       380,000 (29.7%)      60,000 (4.7%)        500,000 (39.1%)    1,280,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%                           80,000 (11.4%)        80,000 (11.4%)        40,000 (5.7%)       200,000 (28.6%)      60,000 (8.6%)        240,000 (34.3%)     700,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%                           80,000 (7.7%)         80,000 (7.7%)         80,000 (7.7%)       340,000 (32.7%)     100,000   (9.6%)      360,000 (34.6%)    1,040,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%                         80,000 (6.8%)         80,000 (6.8%)        100,000   (8.5%)     420,000 (35.6%)     140,000 (11.9%)       360,000 (30.5%)    1,180,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%                         40,000 (2.9%)        100,000   (7.1%)      140,000 (10.0%)      560,000 (40.0%)     200,000 (14.3%)       340,000 (24.3%)    1,400,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%                         60,000 (3.9%)         60,000 (3.9%)        140,000   (9.1%)     680,000 (44.2%)     140,000   (9.1%)      460,000 (29.9%)    1,540,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%                         80,000 (5.7%)         80,000 (5.7%)        100,000   (7.1%)     640,000 (45.7%)     120,000   (8.6%)      380,000 (27.1%)    1,400,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater                   380,000   (1.5%)    1,040,000 (4.1%)       1,100,000 (4.3%)    16,700,000 (65.5%)   1,740,000 (6.8%)     4,520,000 (17.7%)   25,500,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Self                   280,000   (2.0%)      520,000   (3.8%)     1,120,000 (8.1%)     7,540,000 (54.4%)   1,740,000 (12.6%)    2,660,000 (19.2%)   13,850,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Spouse                 120,000   (1.7%)      200,000   (2.8%)      420,000   (5.8%)    4,620,000 (63.6%)    620,000   (8.5%)    1,300,000 (17.9%)    7,260,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Child (Non-Adult)      320,000   (4.9%)      600,000   (9.1%)       60,000 (0.9%)      4,440,000 (67.7%)     40,000 (0.6%)      1,120,000 (17.1%)    6,560,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Child (Adult)          100,000   (3.3%)      140,000   (4.6%)       20,000 (0.7%)      1,820,000 (60.3%)     20,000 (0.7%)        940,000 (31.1%)    3,020,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Parent                  20,000 (4.3%)         20,000 (4.3%)         80,000 (17.4%)      220,000 (47.8%)      40,000 (8.7%)         80,000 (17.4%)     460,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Other                  140,000   (4.9%)      120,000   (4.2%)      120,000   (4.2%)    1,320,000 (46.2%)     80,000 (2.8%)      1,080,000 (37.8%)    2,860,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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                Phase II, Table 4: Reported Insurance Status of Persons Not Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                     CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Re-Weighted
                Version=H: Matchable CPS Records Showing No Medicaid Enrollment, Explicit CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                             Persons Not
                                                                  Persons Report-          Persons Not      Persons Not        Report-
                                                                        ing                  Report-          Report-       ing Medicaid
                                            Persons Report-        Medicaid and           ing Medicaid     ing Medicaid    But Other Public               Persons Report-
                                                  ing                  Other            But Other Public But Other Private   and Private                        ing
Selected Characteristics                    Medicaid Only            Coverage            Coverage Only    Coverage Only       Coverage                     as Uninsured           Total
Total Unweighted Count                             850   (0.6%)         700    (0.5%)        4,500 (3.4%)        105,000 (78.4%)        8,850 (6.6%)          14,100 (10.5%)       134,000
Total Weighted Count                          1,220,000 (0.6%)     1,240,000 (0.6%)       9,360,000 (4.5%)    151,500,000 (72.6%)   18,800,000   (9.0%)   26,450,000 (12.7%)    208,600,000
Age 0 - 5                                      340,000   (2.4%)       60,000 (0.4%)        240,000   (1.7%)    12,350,000 (86.7%)      80,000 (0.6%)       1,160,000 (8.1%)      14,250,000
Age 6 - 14                                     260,000   (1.0%)       60,000 (0.2%)        480,000   (1.9%)    21,600,000 (86.6%)     160,000    (0.6%)    2,380,000 (9.5%)      24,950,000
Age 15 - 17                                     60,000 (0.8%)         20,000 (0.3%)        120,000   (1.6%)     6,520,000 (85.8%)      40,000 (0.5%)         860,000 (11.3%)      7,600,000
Age 18 - 44                                    320,000   (0.4%)      100,000   (0.1%)      400,000   (0.5%)    68,700,000 (80.4%)     260,000    (0.3%)   15,700,000 (18.4%)     85,500,000
Age 45 - 64                                    200,000   (0.4%)      140,000   (0.3%)      960,000   (1.9%)    41,600,000 (83.0%)    1,180,000 (2.4%)      6,040,000 (12.0%)     50,150,000
Age 65+                                              0   (0.0%)      840,000   (3.3%)     7,160,000 (27.8%)      520,000   (2.0%)   17,100,000 (66.3%)       180,000   (0.7%)    25,800,000
Age Other'                                      40,000 (9.1%)             0    (0.0%)       20,000 (4.5%)        240,000 (54.5%)            0    (0.0%)      140,000 (31.8%)       440,000
White                                          780,000   (0.4%)      920,000   (0.5%)     7,940,000 (4.5%)    129,750,000 (73.2%)   17,500,000   (9.9%)   20,250,000 (11.4%)    177,150,000
Black                                          380,000   (1.9%)      240,000   (1.2%)     1,100,000 (5.4%)     13,600,000 (66.5%)     980,000    (4.8%)    4,180,000 (20.4%)     20,450,000
AIAN                                            20,000 (1.0%)         20,000 (1.0%)        100,000   (5.0%)     1,200,000 (60.0%)      80,000 (4.0%)         580,000 (29.0%)      2,000,000
API                                             40,000 (0.4%)         60,000 (0.7%)        220,000   (2.4%)     6,960,000 (77.5%)     220,000    (2.4%)    1,460,000 (16.3%)      8,980,000
Male                                           620,000   (0.6%)      580,000   (0.6%)     4,020,000 (3.9%)     75,600,000 (72.9%)    8,480,000 (8.2%)     14,400,000 (13.9%)    103,700,000
Female                                         600,000   (0.6%)      660,000   (0.6%)     5,340,000 (5.1%)     75,950,000 (72.4%)   10,350,000   (9.9%)   12,050,000 (11.5%)    104,900,000
Hispanic                                       340,000   (1.7%)      100,000   (0.5%)      980,000   (4.9%)    11,550,000 (58.0%)     380,000    (1.9%)    6,560,000 (33.0%)     19,900,000
Non-Hispanic                                   880,000   (0.5%)    1,120,000 (0.6%)       8,380,000 (4.4%)    140,000,000 (74.2%)   18,450,000   (9.8%)   19,900,000 (10.5%)    188,700,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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                  Phase II, Table 4: Reported Insurance Status of Persons Not Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                       CY 2000 Expanded Sample, Re-Weighted
                  Version=H: Matchable CPS Records Showing No Medicaid Enrollment, Explicit CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                                       Persons Not
                                                                            Persons Report-          Persons Not      Persons Not        Report-
                                                                                  ing                  Report-          Report-       ing Medicaid
                                                      Persons Report-        Medicaid and           ing Medicaid     ing Medicaid    But Other Public               Persons Report-
                                                            ing                  Other            But Other Public But Other Private   and Private                        ing
Selected Characteristics                              Medicaid Only            Coverage            Coverage Only    Coverage Only       Coverage                     as Uninsured           Total
CPS TANF - Yes                                           160,000 (22.9%)        20,000 (2.9%)         40,000 (5.7%)        240,000 (34.3%)       20,000 (2.9%)         220,000 (31.4%)       700,000
CPS TANF - No                                          1,060,000 (0.5%)      1,200,000 (0.6%)       9,320,000 (4.5%)    151,300,000 (72.8%)   18,800,000   (9.0%)   26,250,000 (12.6%)    207,900,000
CPS SSI - Yes                                             80,000 (28.6%)        80,000 (28.6%)        40,000 (14.3%)        40,000 (14.3%)       20,000 (7.1%)          20,000 (7.1%)        280,000
CPS SSI - No                                           1,160,000 (0.6%)      1,140,000 (0.5%)       9,320,000 (4.5%)    151,500,000 (72.7%)   18,800,000   (9.0%)   26,400,000 (12.7%)    208,300,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                           280,000   (5.4%)       40,000 (0.8%)        320,000   (6.2%)     1,840,000 (35.7%)     160,000    (3.1%)    2,520,000 (48.8%)      5,160,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%                          200,000   (6.1%)       40,000 (1.2%)        320,000   (9.8%)     1,080,000 (32.9%)     160,000    (4.9%)    1,500,000 (45.7%)      3,280,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%                          100,000   (2.1%)       80,000 (1.7%)        620,000 (12.8%)      1,700,000 (35.1%)     420,000    (8.7%)    1,920,000 (39.7%)      4,840,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%                        100,000   (1.5%)      140,000   (2.1%)      900,000 (13.4%)      2,700,000 (40.2%)     800,000 (11.9%)      2,080,000 (31.0%)      6,720,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%                        120,000   (1.6%)      120,000   (1.6%)      960,000 (12.5%)      3,440,000 (44.8%)    1,080,000 (14.1%)     1,940,000 (25.3%)      7,680,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%                        100,000   (1.1%)      120,000   (1.3%)      920,000 (10.3%)      4,520,000 (50.4%)    1,240,000 (13.8%)     2,080,000 (23.2%)      8,960,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%                         80,000 (0.9%)         40,000 (0.4%)        680,000   (7.6%)     5,300,000 (59.4%)    1,180,000 (13.2%)     1,640,000 (18.4%)      8,920,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater                   240,000   (0.1%)      640,000   (0.4%)     4,640,000 (2.8%)    130,950,000 (80.3%)   13,800,000   (8.5%)   12,800,000   (7.9%)   163,050,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Self                   200,000   (0.2%)      740,000   (0.9%)     5,600,000 (6.5%)     58,150,000 (67.1%)   12,650,000 (14.6%)     9,280,000 (10.7%)     86,650,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Spouse                 100,000   (0.2%)      240,000   (0.5%)     2,020,000 (4.3%)     35,400,000 (75.6%)    5,140,000 (11.0%)     4,020,000 (8.6%)      46,850,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Child (Non-Adult)      560,000   (1.3%)      120,000   (0.3%)      760,000   (1.7%)    39,150,000 (88.1%)     260,000    (0.6%)    3,620,000 (8.1%)      44,450,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Child (Adult)          120,000   (0.8%)       40,000 (0.3%)        140,000   (0.9%)    10,450,000 (69.4%)      60,000 (0.4%)       4,280,000 (28.4%)     15,050,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Parent                      0    (0.0%)       40,000 (2.3%)        340,000 (19.3%)       660,000 (37.5%)      320,000 (18.2%)        400,000 (22.7%)      1,760,000
Relationship to Reference Person: Other                  240,000   (1.7%)       60,000 (0.4%)        500,000   (3.6%)     7,760,000 (56.2%)     380,000    (2.8%)    4,840,000 (35.1%)     13,800,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 1: Overview of CPS to MSIS Record Linking Process




                                                                                                        

                                          Unweighted Presentation




                                                                           

                                    CY 2001 Full Sample, Original Weight




                                                                                 

                                         CPS        CPS    CPS        MSIS       MSIS
                                                        Refused
                                              Valid SSN      to        Not Valid SSN Valid SSN % CPS % MSIS
                                    Not Valid       Not Provide       Valid  But Not       and Persons Persons
Selected Characteristics                 SSN Matched       SSN         SSN Matched Matched Matched Matched
Total                                  13,300    147,000    31,300 5,250,000 42,550,000      26,100   15.1%   0.061%
Age 0 - 5                               1,500     13,000        0 1,150,000    8,560,000      6,000   31.6%   0.070%
Age 6 - 14                              2,550     24,100      100    460,000 10,250,000       7,850   24.6%   0.077%
Age 15 - 17                               550      7,350     1,700   266,000   2,610,000      1,750   19.2%   0.067%
Age 18 - 44                             4,300     56,600    13,900 2,860,000 11,850,000       6,750   10.7%   0.057%
Age 45 - 64                             1,250     32,300     8,750   231,000   4,230,000      2,000   5.8%    0.047%
Age 65+                                   650     12,700     4,650   156,000   5,000,000      1,700   11.8%   0.034%
Age N/A                                 2,500        450     2,200   124,000     24,900          0    0.0%    0.000%
White                                   9,550    123,000    26,300 1,160,000 28,250,000      17,700   12.6%   0.063%
Black                                   2,300     14,100     3,500   654,000 11,650,000       6,150   30.4%   0.053%
AIAN                                      400      2,200      300     47,900    783,000       1,200   35.3%   0.153%
API                                     1,100      6,800     1,250   175,000   1,850,000      1,000   12.8%   0.054%
Race Unknown                                0          0        0 3,210,000           0          0        -        -
Male                                    6,700     72,800    14,800 1,520,000 18,250,000      11,000   13.1%   0.060%
Female                                  6,600     73,700    16,500 3,730,000 24,300,000      15,100   17.0%   0.062%
Hispanic                                4,450     14,500     5,150 2,580,000   8,610,000      5,300   26.8%   0.062%
Non-Hispanic                            8,850    132,000    26,200    10,800 33,900,000      20,800   13.6%   0.061%
Ethnicity Unknown                           0          0        0 2,660,000           0          0        -        -
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%          1,600      3,400     1,250         -           -      4,200   55.3%        -




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                                            CPS        CPS    CPS        MSIS       MSIS
                                                           Refused
                                                 Valid SSN      to        Not Valid SSN Valid SSN % CPS % MSIS
                                       Not Valid       Not Provide       Valid  But Not       and Persons Persons
Selected Characteristics                    SSN Matched       SSN         SSN Matched Matched Matched Matched
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%              800      2,100      850          -           -      3,050   59.2%        -
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%              900      3,150     1,100         -           -      3,350   51.5%        -
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%            950      4,350     1,250         -           -      3,000   40.8%        -
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%            950      5,400     1,400         -           -      2,450   31.2%        -
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%            950      6,000     1,500         -           -      2,150   26.4%        -
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%            750      6,400     1,400         -           -      1,700   21.0%        -
Ratio to Poverty Level 200%+               6,400    116,000    22,600         -           -      6,200   5.1%         -
CPS Ins.: Medicaid Only                    1,450      1,650     1,050         -           -     10,800   86.7%        -
CPS Ins.: Medicaid w/ Oth. Ins.              600      1,950      950          -           -      4,100   67.8%        -
CPS Ins.: Other Public Only                  650      4,900     2,000         -           -      2,150   30.5%        -
CPS Ins.: Private Only                     5,800    112,000    19,100         -           -      4,550   3.9%         -
CPS Ins.: Other Pub. and Priv.               350      9,400     3,150         -           -       650    6.5%         -
CPS Ins.: Uninsured                        4,400     16,800     5,050         -           -      3,850   18.6%        -
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                       -          -         - 2,260,000 39,100,000      23,900       -   0.061%
MSIS Ins.: Partial not CHIP                    -          -         - 2,860,000   1,750,000       800        -   0.046%
MSIS Ins.: Medicaid Expans. CHIP               -          -         -   35,500     811,000        650        -   0.080%
MSIS Ins.: Stand-Alone CHIP                    -          -         -   62,100     501,000        400        -   0.080%
MSIS Ins.: Not Insured                         -          -         -   28,800     374,000        250        -   0.067%




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                                         CPS           CPS        CPS                MSIS
                                                               Refused    MSIS
                                                 Valid SSN          to           Valid SSN Valid SSN % CPS % MSIS
                                    Not Valid          Not     Provide       Not   But Not       and Persons Persons
Selected Characteristics                 SSN      Matched         SSN Valid SSN Matched Matched Matched Matched
Total                               17,350,000 183,600,000 50,600,000          -         - 30,500,000      14.2%   -
Age 0 - 5                            1,880,000    14,300,000          0        -         -     6,940,000   32.7%   -
Age 6 - 14                           2,960,000    24,900,000    100,000        -         -     8,340,000   25.1%   -
Age 15 - 17                           620,000      7,460,000   2,020,000       -         -     1,840,000   19.8%   -
Age 18 - 44                          5,880,000    71,350,000 21,350,000        -         -     8,280,000   10.4%   -
Age 45 - 64                          1,680,000    44,550,000 14,500,000        -         -     2,760,000   5.8%    -
Age 65+                               920,000     20,500,000   8,680,000       -         -     2,340,000   10.2%   -
Age N/A                              3,420,000      580,000    3,920,000       -         -            0    0.0%    -
White                               12,300,000 154,200,000 43,500,000          -         - 20,100,000      11.5%   -
Black                                3,260,000    19,300,000   5,000,000       -         -     8,420,000   30.4%   -
AIAN                                  340,000      1,860,000    400,000        -         -      880,000    32.1%   -
API                                  1,460,000     8,220,000   1,680,000       -         -     1,120,000   12.0%   -
Male                                 8,960,000    91,900,000 24,350,000        -         - 12,700,000      12.1%   -
Female                               8,400,000    91,750,000 26,250,000        -         - 17,850,000      16.3%   -
Hispanic                             5,920,000    18,100,000   6,900,000       -         -     6,520,000   26.5%   -
Non-Hispanic                        11,450,000 165,550,000 43,700,000          -         - 24,000,000      12.7%   -
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%       2,220,000     4,540,000   2,080,000       -         -     5,200,000   53.4%   -
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%      1,040,000     2,680,000   1,240,000       -         -     3,560,000   57.1%   -
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%      1,160,000     4,080,000   1,700,000       -         -     4,000,000   49.5%   -




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                                           CPS           CPS        CPS                MSIS
                                                                 Refused    MSIS
                                                   Valid SSN          to           Valid SSN Valid SSN % CPS % MSIS
                                      Not Valid          Not     Provide       Not   But Not       and Persons Persons
Selected Characteristics                   SSN      Matched         SSN Valid SSN Matched Matched Matched Matched
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%      1,220,000     5,580,000   2,060,000       -         -     3,560,000   38.9%   -
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%      1,260,000     7,000,000   2,240,000       -         -     2,780,000   28.4%   -
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%      1,180,000     7,420,000   2,380,000       -         -     2,460,000   24.9%   -
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%       980,000      7,900,000   2,220,000       -         -     1,860,000   19.1%   -
Ratio to Poverty Level 200%+           8,320,000 144,400,000 36,650,000          -         -     7,100,000   4.7%    -
CPS Ins.: Medicaid Only                1,960,000     2,080,000   1,580,000       -         - 12,600,000      85.8%   -
CPS Ins.: Medicaid w/ Oth. Ins.         800,000      2,340,000   1,520,000       -         -     4,820,000   67.3%   -
CPS Ins.: Other Public Only             840,000      7,320,000   3,600,000       -         -     2,540,000   25.8%   -
CPS Ins.: Private Only                 7,280,000 134,300,000 29,700,000          -         -     5,180,000   3.7%    -
CPS Ins.: Other Pub. and Priv.          480,000     15,300,000   5,940,000       -         -      680,000    4.3%    -
CPS Ins.: Uninsured                    6,020,000    22,250,000   8,240,000       -         -     4,680,000   17.4%   -
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                       -             -           -       -         - 27,950,000          -   -
MSIS Ins.: Partial not CHIP                    -             -           -       -         -     1,140,000       -   -
MSIS Ins.: Medicaid Expans. CHIP               -             -           -       -         -      660,000        -   -
MSIS Ins.: Stand-Alone CHIP                    -             -           -       -         -      500,000        -   -
MSIS Ins.: Not Insured                         -             -           -       -         -      240,000        -   -




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                                         CPS        CPS    CPS       MSIS        MSIS
                                                        Refused
                                              Valid SSN      to        Not Valid SSN Valid SSN % CPS % MSIS
                                    Not Valid       Not Provide       Valid  But Not       and Persons Persons
Selected Characteristics                 SSN Matched       SSN         SSN Matched Matched Matched Matched
Total                                       0    147,000        0 5,250,000 42,550,000       26,100   15.1%   0.061%
Age 0 - 5                                   0     13,000        0 1,150,000   8,560,000       6,000   31.6%   0.070%
Age 6 - 14                                  0     24,100        0   460,000 10,250,000        7,850   24.6%   0.077%
Age 15 - 17                                 0      7,350        0   266,000   2,610,000       1,750   19.2%   0.067%
Age 18 - 44                                 0     56,600        0 2,860,000 11,850,000        6,750   10.7%   0.057%
Age 45 - 64                                 0     32,300        0   231,000   4,230,000       2,000   5.8%    0.047%
Age 65+                                     0     12,700        0   156,000   5,000,000       1,700   11.8%   0.034%
Age N/A                                     0        450        0   124,000     24,900           0    0.0%    0.000%
White                                       0    123,000        0 1,160,000 28,250,000       17,700   12.6%   0.063%
Black                                       0     14,100        0   654,000 11,650,000        6,150   30.4%   0.053%
AIAN                                        0      2,200        0    47,900    783,000        1,200   35.3%   0.153%
API                                         0      6,800        0   175,000   1,850,000       1,000   12.8%   0.054%
Race Unknown                                0          0        0 3,210,000          0           0        -        -
Male                                        0     72,800        0 1,520,000 18,250,000       11,000   13.1%   0.060%
Female                                      0     73,700        0 3,730,000 24,300,000       15,100   17.0%   0.062%
Hispanic                                    0     14,500        0 2,580,000   8,610,000       5,300   26.8%   0.062%
Non-Hispanic                                0    132,000        0    10,800 33,900,000       20,800   13.6%   0.061%
Ethnicity Unknown                           0          0        0 2,660,000          0           0        -        -
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%              0      3,400        0         -           -       4,200   55.3%        -




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                                            CPS        CPS    CPS        MSIS       MSIS
                                                           Refused
                                                 Valid SSN      to        Not Valid SSN Valid SSN % CPS % MSIS
                                       Not Valid       Not Provide       Valid  But Not       and Persons Persons
Selected Characteristics                    SSN Matched       SSN         SSN Matched Matched Matched Matched
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%                0      2,100        0          -           -      3,050   59.2%        -
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%                0      3,150        0          -           -      3,350   51.5%        -
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%              0      4,350        0          -           -      3,000   40.8%        -
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%              0      5,400        0          -           -      2,450   31.2%        -
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%              0      6,000        0          -           -      2,150   26.4%        -
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%              0      6,400        0          -           -      1,700   21.0%        -
Ratio to Poverty Level 200%+                   0    116,000        0          -           -      6,200   5.1%         -
CPS Ins.: Medicaid Only                        0      1,650        0          -           -     10,800   86.7%        -
CPS Ins.: Medicaid w/ Oth. Ins.                0      1,950        0          -           -      4,100   67.8%        -
CPS Ins.: Other Public Only                    0      4,900        0          -           -      2,150   30.5%        -
CPS Ins.: Private Only                         0    112,000        0          -           -      4,550   3.9%         -
CPS Ins.: Other Pub. and Priv.                 0      9,400        0          -           -       650    6.5%         -
CPS Ins.: Uninsured                            0     16,800        0          -           -      3,850   18.6%        -
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                       -          -         - 2,260,000 39,100,000      23,900       -   0.061%
MSIS Ins.: Partial not CHIP                    -          -         - 2,860,000   1,750,000       800        -   0.046%
MSIS Ins.: Medicaid Expans. CHIP               -          -         -   35,500     811,000        650        -   0.080%
MSIS Ins.: Stand-Alone CHIP                    -          -         -   62,100     501,000        400        -   0.080%
MSIS Ins.: Not Insured                         -          -         -   28,800     374,000        250        -   0.067%




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                                         CPS         CPS  CPS                MSIS
                                                       Refused    MSIS
                                             Valid SSN      to           Valid SSN Valid SSN % CPS % MSIS
                                   Not Valid       Not Provide       Not   But Not       and Persons Persons
Selected Characteristics                SSN Matched       SSN Valid SSN Matched Matched Matched Matched
Total                                       0 242,700,000        0            -        - 39,400,000       14.0%   -
Age 0 - 5                                   0   15,600,000       0            -        -      8,020,000   34.0%   -
Age 6 - 14                                  0   28,400,000       0            -        -      9,940,000   25.9%   -
Age 15 - 17                                 0    8,640,000       0            -        -      2,240,000   20.6%   -
Age 18 - 44                                 0   98,650,000       0            -        - 11,800,000       10.7%   -
Age 45 - 64                                 0   60,900,000       0            -        -      3,880,000   6.0%    -
Age 65+                                     0   29,850,000       0            -        -      3,500,000   10.5%   -
Age N/A                                     0     660,000        0            -        -        20,000    2.9%    -
White                                       0 202,850,000        0            -        - 25,800,000       11.3%   -
Black                                       0   26,300,000       0            -        - 10,950,000       29.4%   -
AIAN                                        0    2,540,000       0            -        -      1,140,000   31.0%   -
API                                         0   11,000,000       0            -        -      1,500,000   12.0%   -
Male                                        0 121,400,000        0            -        - 15,900,000       11.6%   -
Female                                      0 121,300,000        0            -        - 23,450,000       16.2%   -
Hispanic                                    0   24,250,000       0            -        -      8,320,000   25.5%   -
Non-Hispanic                                0 218,450,000        0            -        - 31,050,000       12.4%   -
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%              0    6,740,000       0            -        -      6,820,000   50.3%   -
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%             0    4,000,000       0            -        -      4,680,000   53.9%   -
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%             0    6,060,000       0            -        -      5,240,000   46.4%   -




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                                           CPS         CPS  CPS                MSIS
                                                         Refused    MSIS
                                               Valid SSN      to           Valid SSN Valid SSN % CPS % MSIS
                                     Not Valid       Not Provide       Not   But Not       and Persons Persons
Selected Characteristics                  SSN Matched       SSN Valid SSN Matched Matched Matched Matched
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%             0    7,760,000       0            -        -      4,540,000   36.9%    -
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%             0    9,740,000       0            -        -      3,540,000   26.7%    -
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%             0   10,200,000       0            -        -      3,120,000   23.4%    -
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%             0   10,800,000       0            -        -      2,360,000   17.9%    -
Ratio to Poverty Level 200%+                  0 187,400,000        0            -        -      9,080,000   4.6%     -
CPS Ins.: Medicaid Only                       0    2,760,000       0            -        - 15,350,000       84.8%    -
CPS Ins.: Medicaid w/ Oth. Ins.               0    3,400,000       0            -        -      6,240,000   64.7%    -
CPS Ins.: Other Public Only                   0   10,800,000       0            -        -      3,440,000   24.2%    -
CPS Ins.: Private Only                        0 169,900,000        0            -        -      6,560,000   3.7%     -
CPS Ins.: Other Pub. and Priv.                0   21,500,000       0            -        -       940,000    4.2%     -
CPS Ins.: Uninsured                           0   34,350,000       0            -        -      6,860,000   16.6%    -
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                      -            -       -            -        - 36,000,000            -   -
MSIS Ins.: Partial not CHIP                   -            -       -            -        -      1,660,000        -   -
MSIS Ins.: Medicaid Expans. CHIP              -            -       -            -        -       840,000         -   -
MSIS Ins.: Stand-Alone CHIP                   -            -       -            -        -       600,000         -   -
MSIS Ins.: Not Insured                        -            -       -            -        -       300,000         -   -




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  Phase II, Table 2: Medicaid Population Size, Comparison of MSIS Counts to CPS Estimates 

                                                CY 2001 Full Sample, Original Weight 


                                                                 State=U.S. Total

   Selected                 MSIS         MSIS          MSIS         MSIS          MSIS         MSIS           CPS          CPS                CPS
   Characteristics         Total A      Total B       Total C      Total D       Total E      Total F      Total A       Total B           Total C
   Total                48,550,000 46,700,000 42,200,000 42,050,000 40,450,000 38,200,000 31,600,000 27,700,000 20,450,000
   Age 0 - 5            10,200,000     9,880,000     9,820,000    9,820,000    9,320,000     8,270,000    6,480,000     5,500,000      4,520,000
   Age 6 - 14           11,200,000 10,350,000 10,200,000 10,200,000            9,740,000     9,450,000    7,820,000     6,360,000      4,980,000
   Age 15 - 17            2,980,000    2,750,000     2,560,000    2,560,000    2,460,000     2,370,000    1,880,000     1,540,000      1,100,000
   Age 18 - 44          15,050,000 14,700,000 11,700,000 11,650,000 11,300,000 10,800,000                 7,540,000     7,000,000      4,920,000
   Age 45 - 64            4,400,000    4,360,000     3,930,000    3,910,000    3,830,000     3,710,000    3,720,000     3,480,000      2,400,000
   Age 65+                4,540,000    4,540,000     3,850,000    3,750,000    3,690,000     3,580,000    3,140,000     2,880,000      2,260,000
   Age N/A                  149,000      147,000      142,000       142,000      142,000        23,200    1,040,000       940,000          260,000
   White                29,750,000 28,600,000 26,900,000 26,800,000 25,800,000 25,100,000 21,550,000 18,600,000 13,750,000
   Black                12,650,000 12,100,000 11,600,000 11,600,000 11,100,000 10,650,000                 8,000,000     7,260,000      5,300,000
   AIAN                     877,000      853,000      823,000       823,000      772,000       736,000      820,000       720,000          600,000
   API                    2,060,000    1,990,000     1,830,000    1,830,000    1,780,000     1,720,000    1,260,000     1,100,000          760,000
   Race Unknown           3,210,000    3,170,000     1,010,000    1,010,000    1,010,000              0             -            -               -
   Male                 20,150,000 19,200,000 18,100,000 18,100,000 17,400,000 16,450,000 13,750,000 11,900,000                        8,720,000
   Female               28,400,000 27,500,000 24,050,000 24,000,000 23,100,000 21,750,000 17,850,000 15,750,000 11,700,000
   Hispanic             11,450,000 11,200,000        8,800,000    8,790,000    8,470,000     7,990,000    7,080,000     6,060,000      4,680,000
   Non-Hispanic         34,450,000 33,000,000 31,600,000 31,500,000 30,200,000 30,200,000 24,550,000 21,600,000 15,750,000




1. All CPS Estimates are of weighted totals.
2. MSIS Total A is total enrolled in MSIS.
3. MSIS Total B is total MSIS without SCHIP.
4. MSIS Total C is total enrolled for full benefits.
5. MSIS Total D is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs.
6. MSIS Total E is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs and duplicative client accounts.
7. MSIS Total F is Total E excluding un-indentified clients: those having records with un-validated SSNs.
8. CPS Total A uses MCAID.
9. CPS Total B uses Augmented-CAID.
10. CPS Total C uses explicitly reported in Medicaid: Augmented-CAID (excluding imputed or edited responses).

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  Phase II, Table 2: Medicaid Population Size, Comparison of MSIS Counts to CPS Estimates 

                                                CY 2001 Full Sample, Original Weight 


                                                            State=State Summary

      Selected                      MSIS        MSIS        MSIS        MSIS        MSIS         MSIS         CPS         CPS          CPS
      Characteristics              Total A     Total B     Total C     Total D     Total E      Total F    Total A      Total B     Total C
      Alabama                      742,000      734,000     677,000     676,000     673,000     653,000     560,000     520,000     360,000
      Alaska                       111,000       99,700      99,600      99,500      99,500      95,600      80,000       60,000         40,000
      Arizona                      831,000      831,000     830,000     829,000     825,000     768,000     520,000     460,000     340,000
      Arkansas                     522,000      520,000     498,000     497,000     497,000     420,000     380,000     360,000     260,000
      California                  8,500,000 8,460,000 5,710,000 5,700,000 5,630,000 5,400,000 4,780,000 4,220,000 3,180,000
      Colorado                     378,000      378,000     349,000     348,000     348,000     321,000     260,000     220,000     140,000
      Connecticut                  432,000      300,000     290,000     286,000     285,000     276,000     240,000     160,000     100,000
      Delaware                     126,000      126,000     115,000     115,000     115,000     109,000      60,000       60,000         40,000
      District of Columbia         138,000      135,000     134,000     134,000     134,000     128,000     100,000       80,000         60,000
      Florida                     2,320,000 2,290,000 2,090,000 2,080,000 2,080,000 2,020,000 1,740,000 1,380,000 1,000,000
      Georgia                     1,580,000 1,230,000 1,170,000 1,170,000 1,100,000             993,000     840,000     680,000     520,000
      Hawaii                       184,000      179,000     178,000     178,000     178,000     175,000     140,000     100,000          60,000
      Idaho                        164,000      153,000     150,000     150,000     150,000     146,000     160,000     140,000     100,000
      Illinois                    1,740,000 1,680,000 1,660,000 1,650,000 1,640,000 1,550,000 1,100,000 1,000,000                   760,000
      Indiana                      781,000      741,000     713,000     708,000     708,000     694,000     340,000     320,000     260,000
      Iowa                         304,000      297,000     289,000     287,000     287,000     282,000     220,000     180,000     140,000
      Kansas                       260,000      260,000     252,000     251,000     251,000     245,000     200,000     160,000     100,000
      Kentucky                     745,000      696,000     663,000     662,000     636,000     613,000     500,000     420,000     300,000
      Louisiana                    854,000      794,000     751,000     749,000     749,000     677,000     520,000     480,000     320,000
      Maine                        311,000      303,000     298,000     297,000     297,000     290,000     160,000     160,000     140,000
      Maryland                     670,000      574,000     519,000     517,000     517,000     483,000     320,000     240,000     160,000
      Massachusetts               1,090,000 1,020,000       877,000     871,000     869,000     828,000     820,000     760,000     600,000
      Michigan                    1,360,000 1,340,000 1,300,000 1,300,000 1,300,000 1,240,000 1,000,000                 940,000     680,000
      Minnesota                    615,000      612,000     581,000     579,000     578,000     565,000     380,000     320,000     260,000


1. All CPS Estimates are of weighted totals.
2. MSIS Total A is total enrolled in MSIS.
3. MSIS Total B is total MSIS without SCHIP.
4. MSIS Total C is total enrolled for full benefits.
5. MSIS Total D is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs.
6. MSIS Total E is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs and duplicative client accounts.
7. MSIS Total F is Total E excluding un-indentified clients: those having records with un-validated SSNs.
8. CPS Total A uses MCAID.
9. CPS Total B uses Augmented-CAID.
10. CPS Total C uses explicitly reported in Medicaid: Augmented-CAID (excluding imputed or edited responses).

                                  Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.                                  133
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  Phase II, Table 2: Medicaid Population Size, Comparison of MSIS Counts to CPS Estimates 

                                                CY 2001 Full Sample, Original Weight 


      Selected                      MSIS        MSIS        MSIS        MSIS        MSIS         MSIS         CPS         CPS          CPS
      Characteristics              Total A     Total B     Total C     Total D     Total E      Total F    Total A      Total B     Total C
      Mississippi                  637,000      482,000     479,000     478,000     478,000     449,000     600,000     560,000     420,000
      Missouri                     997,000      931,000     919,000     917,000     916,000     885,000     620,000     600,000     480,000
      Montana                      105,000       93,100      79,900      79,700      79,700      49,800       80,000      80,000         60,000
      Nebraska                     232,000      224,000     222,000     221,000     221,000     214,000     140,000     140,000     120,000
      Nevada                       158,000      158,000     148,000     148,000     148,000     137,000     120,000     100,000          60,000
      New Hampshire                101,000      101,000      99,900      99,300      99,300      96,400       80,000      60,000         60,000
      New Jersey                  1,020,000     826,000     776,000     771,000     742,000     645,000     660,000     600,000     400,000
      New Mexico                   399,000      393,000     363,000     363,000     363,000     346,000     300,000     280,000     220,000
      New York                    3,590,000 3,590,000 3,530,000 3,510,000 3,460,000 2,870,000 2,860,000 2,460,000 1,680,000
      North Carolina              1,360,000 1,290,000 1,220,000 1,220,000 1,220,000 1,190,000               920,000     860,000     640,000
      North Dakota                   63,700      60,700      59,200      58,900      58,000      57,400       60,000      60,000         40,000
      Ohio                        1,620,000 1,540,000 1,520,000 1,510,000 1,500,000 1,450,000 1,060,000                 980,000     780,000
      Oklahoma                     702,000      685,000     666,000     664,000     535,000     504,000     360,000     340,000     260,000
      Oregon                       577,000      559,000     516,000     515,000     513,000     492,000     420,000     380,000     280,000
      Pennsylvania                1,560,000 1,560,000 1,380,000 1,370,000 1,370,000 1,360,000 1,220,000                 920,000     540,000
      Rhode Island                 181,000      169,000     162,000     161,000     161,000     159,000     140,000     140,000          80,000
      South Carolina               837,000      795,000     714,000     714,000     713,000     689,000     500,000     460,000     340,000
      South Dakota                 100,000       94,300      90,600      90,200      88,900      85,600       60,000      40,000         40,000
      Tennessee                   1,510,000 1,500,000 1,470,000 1,460,000 1,460,000 1,440,000 1,000,000                 960,000     780,000
      Texas                       2,760,000 2,750,000 2,540,000 2,530,000 2,530,000 2,410,000 2,140,000 1,760,000 1,260,000
      Utah                         227,000      201,000     195,000     195,000     195,000     187,000     180,000     140,000     120,000
      Vermont                      147,000      144,000     131,000     131,000     131,000     129,000     100,000     100,000          80,000
      Virginia                     701,000      649,000     604,000     602,000     576,000     536,000     480,000     400,000     320,000
      Washington                   964,000      964,000     940,000     939,000     938,000     889,000     660,000     580,000     420,000
      West Virginia                324,000      324,000     314,000     313,000     313,000     292,000     260,000     240,000     160,000


1. All CPS Estimates are of weighted totals.
2. MSIS Total A is total enrolled in MSIS.
3. MSIS Total B is total MSIS without SCHIP.
4. MSIS Total C is total enrolled for full benefits.
5. MSIS Total D is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs.
6. MSIS Total E is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs and duplicative client accounts.
7. MSIS Total F is Total E excluding un-indentified clients: those having records with un-validated SSNs.
8. CPS Total A uses MCAID.
9. CPS Total B uses Augmented-CAID.
10. CPS Total C uses explicitly reported in Medicaid: Augmented-CAID (excluding imputed or edited responses).

                                  Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.                                  134
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  Phase II, Table 2: Medicaid Population Size, Comparison of MSIS Counts to CPS Estimates 

                                                CY 2001 Full Sample, Original Weight 


      Selected                      MSIS        MSIS        MSIS        MSIS        MSIS         MSIS         CPS         CPS          CPS
      Characteristics              Total A     Total B     Total C     Total D     Total E      Total F    Total A      Total B     Total C
      Wisconsin                    637,000      584,000     577,000     574,000     571,000     556,000     480,000     440,000     340,000
      Wyoming                        51,800      51,800      49,500      49,300      49,300      46,500      40,000       40,000         40,000




1. All CPS Estimates are of weighted totals.
2. MSIS Total A is total enrolled in MSIS.
3. MSIS Total B is total MSIS without SCHIP.
4. MSIS Total C is total enrolled for full benefits.
5. MSIS Total D is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs.
6. MSIS Total E is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs and duplicative client accounts.
7. MSIS Total F is Total E excluding un-indentified clients: those having records with un-validated SSNs.
8. CPS Total A uses MCAID.
9. CPS Total B uses Augmented-CAID.
10. CPS Total C uses explicitly reported in Medicaid: Augmented-CAID (excluding imputed or edited responses).

                                  Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.                                  135
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  Phase II, Table 2: Medicaid Population Size, Comparison of MSIS Counts to CPS Estimates 

                                                CY 2001 Full Sample, Original Weight 


                                                               State=California

         Selected               MSIS         MSIS        MSIS        MSIS        MSIS        MSIS          CPS        CPS           CPS
         Characteristics       Total A      Total B     Total C     Total D     Total E     Total F     Total A     Total B      Total C
         Total                8,500,000 8,460,000 5,710,000 5,700,000 5,630,000 5,400,000 4,780,000 4,220,000 3,180,000
         Age 0 - 5            1,270,000 1,260,000 1,220,000 1,220,000 1,160,000 1,060,000                940,000     760,000     660,000
         Age 6 - 14           1,480,000 1,470,000 1,350,000 1,350,000 1,350,000 1,300,000 1,220,000                  980,000     760,000
         Age 15 - 17            500,000     496,000     332,000      332,000     331,000     315,000     300,000     260,000     180,000
         Age 18 - 44          3,820,000 3,810,000 1,530,000 1,530,000 1,530,000 1,480,000 1,100,000 1,040,000                    760,000
         Age 45 - 64            700,000     700,000     584,000      583,000     582,000     575,000     540,000     520,000     380,000
         Age 65+                721,000     721,000     691,000      685,000     685,000     671,000     500,000     480,000     360,000
         Age N/A                   5,000       5,000         250         250         250           50    200,000     180,000      80,000
         White                4,440,000 4,410,000 3,910,000 3,910,000 3,850,000 3,800,000 3,640,000 3,180,000 2,460,000
         Black                  938,000     936,000     799,000      798,000     790,000     763,000     400,000     380,000     240,000
         AIAN                   110,000     109,000       96,900      96,800      95,500      94,800     180,000     160,000     140,000
         API                    886,000     881,000     758,000      757,000     752,000     739,000     540,000     520,000     360,000
         Race Unknown 2,120,000 2,120,000               143,000      143,000     143,000            0           -            -          -
         Male                 3,110,000 3,090,000 2,570,000 2,570,000 2,530,000 2,430,000 2,120,000 1,860,000 1,400,000
         Female               5,390,000 5,370,000 3,140,000 3,130,000 3,100,000 2,960,000 2,660,000 2,380,000 1,780,000
         Hispanic             4,740,000 4,720,000 2,690,000 2,690,000 2,640,000 2,530,000 2,480,000 2,120,000 1,700,000
         Non-Hispanic         2,940,000 2,920,000 2,900,000 2,890,000 2,870,000 2,870,000 2,300,000 2,100,000 1,500,000




1. All CPS Estimates are of weighted totals.
2. MSIS Total A is total enrolled in MSIS.
3. MSIS Total B is total MSIS without SCHIP.
4. MSIS Total C is total enrolled for full benefits.
5. MSIS Total D is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs.
6. MSIS Total E is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs and duplicative client accounts.
7. MSIS Total F is Total E excluding un-indentified clients: those having records with un-validated SSNs.
8. CPS Total A uses MCAID.
9. CPS Total B uses Augmented-CAID.
10. CPS Total C uses explicitly reported in Medicaid: Augmented-CAID (excluding imputed or edited responses).

                                  Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.                                 136
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  Phase II, Table 2: Medicaid Population Size, Comparison of MSIS Counts to CPS Estimates 

                                                CY 2001 Full Sample, Original Weight 


                                                                   State=Florida

         Selected               MSIS         MSIS        MSIS        MSIS        MSIS        MSIS          CPS        CPS           CPS
         Characteristics       Total A      Total B     Total C     Total D     Total E     Total F     Total A     Total B      Total C
         Total                2,320,000 2,290,000 2,090,000 2,080,000 2,080,000 2,020,000 1,740,000 1,380,000 1,000,000
         Age 0 - 5              530,000     530,000     527,000      527,000     526,000     502,000     360,000     280,000     240,000
         Age 6 - 14             541,000     540,000     536,000      536,000     536,000     532,000     460,000     320,000     260,000
         Age 15 - 17            137,000     137,000     135,000      135,000     135,000     133,000     100,000      60,000      40,000
         Age 18 - 44            647,000     622,000     501,000      501,000     501,000     480,000     320,000     280,000     200,000
         Age 45 - 64            190,000     187,000     158,000      157,000     157,000     155,000     220,000     200,000     120,000
         Age 65+                274,000     274,000     228,000      223,000     223,000     218,000     240,000     180,000     140,000
         Age N/A                     550         550         550         550         550         250      80,000      60,000      20,000
         White                1,440,000 1,420,000 1,270,000 1,260,000 1,260,000 1,250,000 1,160,000                  860,000     620,000
         Black                  796,000     789,000     742,000      740,000     740,000     725,000     560,000     480,000     360,000
         AIAN                    11,600       11,500      10,700      10,600       10,600     10,600      20,000      20,000            0
         API                     38,100       37,600      34,500      34,500       34,400     34,000      20,000            0           0
         Race Unknown            37,700       35,800      29,900      29,900       29,900           0           -            -          -
         Male                   979,000     961,000     906,000      904,000     903,000     885,000     780,000     620,000     440,000
         Female               1,340,000 1,330,000 1,180,000 1,180,000 1,180,000 1,130,000                960,000     760,000     540,000
         Hispanic               622,000     605,000     557,000      556,000     556,000     532,000     480,000     400,000     320,000
         Non-Hispanic         1,660,000 1,650,000 1,500,000 1,490,000 1,490,000 1,490,000 1,260,000                  980,000     680,000




1. All CPS Estimates are of weighted totals.
2. MSIS Total A is total enrolled in MSIS.
3. MSIS Total B is total MSIS without SCHIP.
4. MSIS Total C is total enrolled for full benefits.
5. MSIS Total D is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs.
6. MSIS Total E is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs and duplicative client accounts.
7. MSIS Total F is Total E excluding un-indentified clients: those having records with un-validated SSNs.
8. CPS Total A uses MCAID.
9. CPS Total B uses Augmented-CAID.
10. CPS Total C uses explicitly reported in Medicaid: Augmented-CAID (excluding imputed or edited responses).

                                  Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.                                 137
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  Phase II, Table 2: Medicaid Population Size, Comparison of MSIS Counts to CPS Estimates 

                                                CY 2001 Full Sample, Original Weight 


                                                                State=New York

         Selected               MSIS         MSIS        MSIS        MSIS        MSIS        MSIS          CPS        CPS           CPS
         Characteristics       Total A      Total B     Total C     Total D     Total E     Total F     Total A     Total B      Total C
         Total                3,590,000 3,590,000 3,530,000 3,510,000 3,460,000 2,870,000 2,860,000 2,460,000 1,680,000
         Age 0 - 5              605,000     605,000     603,000      603,000     590,000     476,000     480,000     380,000     300,000
         Age 6 - 14             669,000     669,000     666,000      666,000     653,000     605,000     620,000     460,000     300,000
         Age 15 - 17            175,000     175,000     174,000      174,000     170,000     154,000     180,000     120,000      80,000
         Age 18 - 44          1,110,000 1,110,000 1,090,000 1,090,000 1,070,000              870,000     740,000     700,000     480,000
         Age 45 - 64            494,000     494,000     482,000      481,000     476,000     400,000     360,000     360,000     240,000
         Age 65+                409,000     409,000     388,000      373,000     370,000     344,000     300,000     300,000     240,000
         Age N/A                132,000     132,000     132,000      132,000     132,000      18,700     160,000     140,000      20,000
         White                1,850,000 1,850,000 1,810,000 1,800,000 1,770,000 1,700,000 1,780,000 1,520,000 1,020,000
         Black                1,060,000 1,060,000 1,050,000 1,050,000 1,020,000              965,000     900,000     780,000     560,000
         AIAN                    33,700       33,700      32,900      32,800      32,400      23,800      20,000      20,000            0
         API                    207,000     206,000     201,000      200,000     198,000     182,000     180,000     140,000     100,000
         Race Unknown           442,000     442,000     438,000      438,000     438,000            0           -            -          -
         Male                 1,530,000 1,530,000 1,510,000 1,500,000 1,470,000 1,270,000 1,220,000 1,020,000                    660,000
         Female               2,060,000 2,060,000 2,030,000 2,010,000 1,990,000 1,600,000 1,640,000 1,440,000 1,020,000
         Hispanic               914,000     913,000     905,000      903,000     886,000     846,000     800,000     720,000     520,000
         Non-Hispanic         2,110,000 2,110,000 2,070,000 2,050,000 2,020,000 2,020,000 2,060,000 1,740,000 1,160,000




1. All CPS Estimates are of weighted totals.
2. MSIS Total A is total enrolled in MSIS.
3. MSIS Total B is total MSIS without SCHIP.
4. MSIS Total C is total enrolled for full benefits.
5. MSIS Total D is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs.
6. MSIS Total E is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs and duplicative client accounts.
7. MSIS Total F is Total E excluding un-indentified clients: those having records with un-validated SSNs.
8. CPS Total A uses MCAID.
9. CPS Total B uses Augmented-CAID.
10. CPS Total C uses explicitly reported in Medicaid: Augmented-CAID (excluding imputed or edited responses).

                                  Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.                                 138
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  Phase II, Table 2: Medicaid Population Size, Comparison of MSIS Counts to CPS Estimates 

                                                CY 2001 Full Sample, Original Weight 


                                                                    State=Texas

         Selected               MSIS         MSIS        MSIS         MSIS       MSIS        MSIS          CPS        CPS           CPS
         Characteristics       Total A      Total B     Total C      Total D    Total E     Total F     Total A     Total B      Total C
         Total                2,760,000 2,750,000 2,540,000 2,530,000 2,530,000 2,410,000 2,140,000 1,760,000 1,260,000
         Age 0 - 5              832,000     832,000     831,000      831,000     829,000     736,000     620,000     520,000     440,000
         Age 6 - 14             641,000     641,000     639,000      639,000     638,000     631,000     600,000     420,000     320,000
         Age 15 - 17            158,000     158,000     155,000      155,000     155,000     153,000     140,000     100,000      80,000
         Age 18 - 44            612,000     596,000     519,000      519,000     518,000     515,000     380,000     340,000     220,000
         Age 45 - 64            189,000     189,000     158,000      158,000     157,000     156,000     160,000     140,000      80,000
         Age 65+                329,000     329,000     233,000      229,000     228,000     224,000     180,000     180,000     120,000
         Age N/A                      50          50            0           0           0           0     40,000      40,000            0
         White                2,000,000 1,990,000 1,870,000 1,870,000 1,860,000 1,830,000 1,740,000 1,420,000 1,020,000
         Black                  557,000     555,000     525,000      524,000     523,000     507,000     320,000     280,000     220,000
         AIAN                    29,500       29,300      27,800      27,700      27,700      27,000      20,000      20,000      20,000
         API                     52,800       52,500      50,200      50,100      50,100      48,300      60,000      40,000      20,000
         Race Unknown           118,000     118,000       61,900      61,900      61,900            0           -            -          -
         Male                 1,160,000 1,150,000 1,090,000 1,090,000 1,090,000 1,030,000                940,000     740,000     540,000
         Female               1,600,000 1,590,000 1,440,000 1,440,000 1,440,000 1,380,000 1,200,000 1,020,000                    720,000
         Hispanic             1,470,000 1,460,000 1,340,000 1,340,000 1,340,000 1,280,000 1,180,000                  980,000     720,000
         Non-Hispanic         1,240,000 1,230,000 1,140,000 1,140,000 1,140,000 1,140,000                940,000     780,000     540,000




1. All CPS Estimates are of weighted totals.
2. MSIS Total A is total enrolled in MSIS.
3. MSIS Total B is total MSIS without SCHIP.
4. MSIS Total C is total enrolled for full benefits.
5. MSIS Total D is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs.
6. MSIS Total E is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs and duplicative client accounts.
7. MSIS Total F is Total E excluding un-indentified clients: those having records with un-validated SSNs.
8. CPS Total A uses MCAID.
9. CPS Total B uses Augmented-CAID.
10. CPS Total C uses explicitly reported in Medicaid: Augmented-CAID (excluding imputed or edited responses).

                                  Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.                                 139
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  Phase II, Table 2: Medicaid Population Size, Comparison of MSIS Counts to CPS Estimates 

                                                   CY 2001 Full Sample, Re-Weighted 


                                                                 State=U.S. Total

      Selected              MSIS         MSIS          MSIS         MSIS          MSIS         MSIS           CPS          CPS                CPS
    Characteristics        Total A      Total B       Total C      Total D       Total E      Total F      Total A       Total B           Total C
   Total                48,550,000 46,700,000 42,200,000 42,050,000 40,450,000 38,200,000 31,700,000 27,750,000 20,550,000
   Age 0 - 5            10,200,000     9,880,000     9,820,000    9,820,000    9,320,000     8,270,000    6,600,000     5,600,000      4,560,000
   Age 6 - 14           11,200,000 10,350,000 10,200,000 10,200,000            9,740,000     9,450,000    8,200,000     6,680,000      5,160,000
   Age 15 - 17            2,980,000    2,750,000     2,560,000    2,560,000    2,460,000     2,370,000    1,680,000     1,400,000      1,020,000
   Age 18 - 44          15,050,000 14,700,000 11,700,000 11,650,000 11,300,000 10,800,000                 8,000,000     7,400,000      5,080,000
   Age 45 - 64            4,400,000    4,360,000     3,930,000    3,910,000    3,830,000     3,710,000    3,780,000     3,500,000      2,380,000
   Age 65+                4,540,000    4,540,000     3,850,000    3,750,000    3,690,000     3,580,000    3,320,000     3,000,000      2,280,000
   Age N/A                  149,000      147,000      142,000       142,000      142,000        23,200      140,000       120,000           40,000
   White                29,750,000 28,600,000 26,900,000 26,800,000 25,800,000 25,100,000 21,550,000 18,600,000 13,900,000
   Black                12,650,000 12,100,000 11,600,000 11,600,000 11,100,000 10,650,000                 8,120,000     7,380,000      5,320,000
   AIAN                     877,000      853,000      823,000       823,000      772,000       736,000      840,000       760,000          600,000
   API                    2,060,000    1,990,000     1,830,000    1,830,000    1,780,000     1,720,000    1,180,000     1,040,000          720,000
   Race Unknown           3,210,000    3,170,000     1,010,000    1,010,000    1,010,000              0             -            -               -
   Male                 20,150,000 19,200,000 18,100,000 18,100,000 17,400,000 16,450,000 13,650,000 11,800,000                        8,700,000
   Female               28,400,000 27,500,000 24,050,000 24,000,000 23,100,000 21,750,000 18,050,000 15,950,000 11,850,000
   Hispanic             11,450,000 11,200,000        8,800,000    8,790,000    8,470,000     7,990,000    6,560,000     5,580,000      4,300,000
   Non-Hispanic         34,450,000 33,000,000 31,600,000 31,500,000 30,200,000 30,200,000 25,150,000 22,150,000 16,250,000




1. All CPS Estimates are of weighted totals.
2. MSIS Total A is total enrolled in MSIS.
3. MSIS Total B is total MSIS without SCHIP.
4. MSIS Total C is total enrolled for full benefits.
5. MSIS Total D is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs.
6. MSIS Total E is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs and duplicative client accounts.
7. MSIS Total F is Total E excluding un-indentified clients: those having records with un-validated SSNs.
8. CPS Total A uses MCAID.
9. CPS Total B uses Augmented-CAID.
10. CPS Total C uses explicitly reported in Medicaid: Augmented-CAID (excluding imputed or edited responses).

                                  Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.                                    140
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  Phase II, Table 2: Medicaid Population Size, Comparison of MSIS Counts to CPS Estimates 

                                                  CY 2001 Full Sample, Re-Weighted 


                                                               State=California

            Selected            MSIS         MSIS        MSIS        MSIS        MSIS        MSIS          CPS        CPS           CPS
          Characteristics      Total A      Total B     Total C     Total D     Total E     Total F     Total A     Total B      Total C
         Total                8,500,000 8,460,000 5,710,000 5,700,000 5,630,000 5,400,000 4,180,000 3,680,000 2,780,000
         Age 0 - 5            1,270,000 1,260,000 1,220,000 1,220,000 1,160,000 1,060,000                880,000     700,000     600,000
         Age 6 - 14           1,480,000 1,470,000 1,350,000 1,350,000 1,350,000 1,300,000 1,180,000                  940,000     720,000
         Age 15 - 17            500,000     496,000     332,000      332,000     331,000     315,000     200,000     180,000     140,000
         Age 18 - 44          3,820,000 3,810,000 1,530,000 1,530,000 1,530,000 1,480,000                960,000     920,000     640,000
         Age 45 - 64            700,000     700,000     584,000      583,000     582,000     575,000     460,000     440,000     320,000
         Age 65+                721,000     721,000     691,000      685,000     685,000     671,000     480,000     480,000     360,000
         Age N/A                   5,000       5,000         250         250         250           50     20,000      20,000      20,000
         White                4,440,000 4,410,000 3,910,000 3,910,000 3,850,000 3,800,000 3,180,000 2,760,000 2,140,000
         Black                  938,000     936,000     799,000      798,000     790,000     763,000     360,000     320,000     200,000
         AIAN                   110,000     109,000       96,900      96,800      95,500      94,800     160,000     140,000     120,000
         API                    886,000     881,000     758,000      757,000     752,000     739,000     480,000     460,000     300,000
         Race Unknown 2,120,000 2,120,000               143,000      143,000     143,000            0           -            -          -
         Male                 3,110,000 3,090,000 2,570,000 2,570,000 2,530,000 2,430,000 1,880,000 1,640,000 1,240,000
         Female               5,390,000 5,370,000 3,140,000 3,130,000 3,100,000 2,960,000 2,300,000 2,040,000 1,540,000
         Hispanic             4,740,000 4,720,000 2,690,000 2,690,000 2,640,000 2,530,000 2,100,000 1,760,000 1,400,000
         Non-Hispanic         2,940,000 2,920,000 2,900,000 2,890,000 2,870,000 2,870,000 2,100,000 1,920,000 1,380,000




1. All CPS Estimates are of weighted totals.
2. MSIS Total A is total enrolled in MSIS.
3. MSIS Total B is total MSIS without SCHIP.
4. MSIS Total C is total enrolled for full benefits.
5. MSIS Total D is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs.
6. MSIS Total E is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs and duplicative client accounts.
7. MSIS Total F is Total E excluding un-indentified clients: those having records with un-validated SSNs.
8. CPS Total A uses MCAID.
9. CPS Total B uses Augmented-CAID.
10. CPS Total C uses explicitly reported in Medicaid: Augmented-CAID (excluding imputed or edited responses).

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  Phase II, Table 2: Medicaid Population Size, Comparison of MSIS Counts to CPS Estimates 

                                                  CY 2001 Full Sample, Re-Weighted 


                                                                   State=Florida

            Selected            MSIS         MSIS        MSIS        MSIS        MSIS        MSIS          CPS        CPS           CPS
          Characteristics      Total A      Total B     Total C     Total D     Total E     Total F     Total A     Total B      Total C
         Total                2,320,000 2,290,000 2,090,000 2,080,000 2,080,000 2,020,000 1,800,000 1,420,000 1,020,000
         Age 0 - 5              530,000     530,000     527,000      527,000     526,000     502,000     360,000     280,000     220,000
         Age 6 - 14             541,000     540,000     536,000      536,000     536,000     532,000     480,000     320,000     260,000
         Age 15 - 17            137,000     137,000     135,000      135,000     135,000     133,000     100,000      60,000      40,000
         Age 18 - 44            647,000     622,000     501,000      501,000     501,000     480,000     380,000     340,000     220,000
         Age 45 - 64            190,000     187,000     158,000      157,000     157,000     155,000     220,000     200,000     120,000
         Age 65+                274,000     274,000     228,000      223,000     223,000     218,000     260,000     220,000     160,000
         Age N/A                     550         550         550         550         550         250            0           0           0
         White                1,440,000 1,420,000 1,270,000 1,260,000 1,260,000 1,250,000 1,180,000                  900,000     640,000
         Black                  796,000     789,000     742,000      740,000     740,000     725,000     560,000     500,000     360,000
         AIAN                    11,600       11,500      10,700      10,600       10,600     10,600      40,000      20,000            0
         API                     38,100       37,600      34,500      34,500       34,400     34,000      20,000      20,000            0
         Race Unknown            37,700       35,800      29,900      29,900       29,900           0           -            -          -
         Male                   979,000     961,000     906,000      904,000     903,000     885,000     780,000     620,000     440,000
         Female               1,340,000 1,330,000 1,180,000 1,180,000 1,180,000 1,130,000 1,020,000                  800,000     580,000
         Hispanic               622,000     605,000     557,000      556,000     556,000     532,000     500,000     400,000     320,000
         Non-Hispanic         1,660,000 1,650,000 1,500,000 1,490,000 1,490,000 1,490,000 1,300,000 1,000,000                    700,000




1. All CPS Estimates are of weighted totals.
2. MSIS Total A is total enrolled in MSIS.
3. MSIS Total B is total MSIS without SCHIP.
4. MSIS Total C is total enrolled for full benefits.
5. MSIS Total D is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs.
6. MSIS Total E is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs and duplicative client accounts.
7. MSIS Total F is Total E excluding un-indentified clients: those having records with un-validated SSNs.
8. CPS Total A uses MCAID.
9. CPS Total B uses Augmented-CAID.
10. CPS Total C uses explicitly reported in Medicaid: Augmented-CAID (excluding imputed or edited responses).

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  Phase II, Table 2: Medicaid Population Size, Comparison of MSIS Counts to CPS Estimates 

                                                  CY 2001 Full Sample, Re-Weighted 


                                                                State=New York

            Selected            MSIS         MSIS        MSIS        MSIS        MSIS        MSIS          CPS        CPS           CPS
          Characteristics      Total A      Total B     Total C     Total D     Total E     Total F     Total A     Total B      Total C
         Total                3,590,000 3,590,000 3,530,000 3,510,000 3,460,000 2,870,000 2,580,000 2,200,000 1,520,000
         Age 0 - 5              605,000     605,000     603,000      603,000     590,000     476,000     480,000     380,000     300,000
         Age 6 - 14             669,000     669,000     666,000      666,000     653,000     605,000     660,000     500,000     320,000
         Age 15 - 17            175,000     175,000     174,000      174,000     170,000     154,000     160,000     100,000      60,000
         Age 18 - 44          1,110,000 1,110,000 1,090,000 1,090,000 1,070,000              870,000     680,000     640,000     440,000
         Age 45 - 64            494,000     494,000     482,000      481,000     476,000     400,000     320,000     300,000     200,000
         Age 65+                409,000     409,000     388,000      373,000     370,000     344,000     280,000     260,000     200,000
         Age N/A                132,000     132,000     132,000      132,000     132,000      18,700      20,000      20,000            0
         White                1,850,000 1,850,000 1,810,000 1,800,000 1,770,000 1,700,000 1,620,000 1,360,000                    900,000
         Black                1,060,000 1,060,000 1,050,000 1,050,000 1,020,000              965,000     820,000     720,000     520,000
         AIAN                    33,700       33,700      32,900      32,800      32,400      23,800      20,000      20,000            0
         API                    207,000     206,000     201,000      200,000     198,000     182,000     140,000     100,000      80,000
         Race Unknown           442,000     442,000     438,000      438,000     438,000            0           -            -          -
         Male                 1,530,000 1,530,000 1,510,000 1,500,000 1,470,000 1,270,000 1,080,000                  880,000     620,000
         Female               2,060,000 2,060,000 2,030,000 2,010,000 1,990,000 1,600,000 1,500,000 1,320,000                    900,000
         Hispanic               914,000     913,000     905,000      903,000     886,000     846,000     680,000     600,000     440,000
         Non-Hispanic         2,110,000 2,110,000 2,070,000 2,050,000 2,020,000 2,020,000 1,900,000 1,600,000 1,080,000




1. All CPS Estimates are of weighted totals.
2. MSIS Total A is total enrolled in MSIS.
3. MSIS Total B is total MSIS without SCHIP.
4. MSIS Total C is total enrolled for full benefits.
5. MSIS Total D is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs.
6. MSIS Total E is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs and duplicative client accounts.
7. MSIS Total F is Total E excluding un-indentified clients: those having records with un-validated SSNs.
8. CPS Total A uses MCAID.
9. CPS Total B uses Augmented-CAID.
10. CPS Total C uses explicitly reported in Medicaid: Augmented-CAID (excluding imputed or edited responses).

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  Phase II, Table 2: Medicaid Population Size, Comparison of MSIS Counts to CPS Estimates 

                                                  CY 2001 Full Sample, Re-Weighted 


                                                                    State=Texas

            Selected            MSIS         MSIS        MSIS         MSIS       MSIS        MSIS          CPS        CPS           CPS
          Characteristics      Total A      Total B     Total C      Total D    Total E     Total F     Total A     Total B      Total C
         Total                2,760,000 2,750,000 2,540,000 2,530,000 2,530,000 2,410,000 2,220,000 1,840,000 1,340,000
         Age 0 - 5              832,000     832,000     831,000      831,000     829,000     736,000     660,000     540,000     460,000
         Age 6 - 14             641,000     641,000     639,000      639,000     638,000     631,000     680,000     480,000     340,000
         Age 15 - 17            158,000     158,000     155,000      155,000     155,000     153,000     140,000     100,000      80,000
         Age 18 - 44            612,000     596,000     519,000      519,000     518,000     515,000     380,000     360,000     240,000
         Age 45 - 64            189,000     189,000     158,000      158,000     157,000     156,000     180,000     160,000      80,000
         Age 65+                329,000     329,000     233,000      229,000     228,000     224,000     180,000     180,000     140,000
         Age N/A                      50          50            0           0           0           0     20,000      20,000            0
         White                2,000,000 1,990,000 1,870,000 1,870,000 1,860,000 1,830,000 1,800,000 1,460,000 1,080,000
         Black                  557,000     555,000     525,000      524,000     523,000     507,000     340,000     300,000     220,000
         AIAN                    29,500       29,300      27,800      27,700      27,700      27,000      20,000      20,000      20,000
         API                     52,800       52,500      50,200      50,100      50,100      48,300      60,000      40,000      20,000
         Race Unknown           118,000     118,000       61,900      61,900      61,900            0           -            -          -
         Male                 1,160,000 1,150,000 1,090,000 1,090,000 1,090,000 1,030,000                960,000     760,000     560,000
         Female               1,600,000 1,590,000 1,440,000 1,440,000 1,440,000 1,380,000 1,260,000 1,060,000                    780,000
         Hispanic             1,470,000 1,460,000 1,340,000 1,340,000 1,340,000 1,280,000 1,240,000 1,000,000                    760,000
         Non-Hispanic         1,240,000 1,230,000 1,140,000 1,140,000 1,140,000 1,140,000 1,000,000                  840,000     580,000




1. All CPS Estimates are of weighted totals.
2. MSIS Total A is total enrolled in MSIS.
3. MSIS Total B is total MSIS without SCHIP.
4. MSIS Total C is total enrolled for full benefits.
5. MSIS Total D is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs.
6. MSIS Total E is total enrolled for full benefits, excluding residents of institutional-GQs and duplicative client accounts.
7. MSIS Total F is Total E excluding un-indentified clients: those having records with un-validated SSNs.
8. CPS Total A uses MCAID.
9. CPS Total B uses Augmented-CAID.
10. CPS Total C uses explicitly reported in Medicaid: Augmented-CAID (excluding imputed or edited responses).

                                  Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.                                 144
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                Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                          CY 2001 Full Sample, Original Weight
                         Version=A: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, All CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                      Persons Not
                                                           Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                             Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                         Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                  Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                      Total
Total Unweighted Count                       10,400 (43.5%)         3,800 (15.9%)        1,650     (6.9%)      4,100 (17.2%)        450    (1.9%)      3,500 (14.6%)        23,900
Total Weighted Count                      12,100,000   (43.3%)   4,480,000 (16.0%)    2,000,000    (7.2%)   4,640,000 (16.6%)    460,000   (1.6%)   4,280,000 (15.3%)    27,950,000
Age 0 - 5                                  3,420,000 (51.2%)      740,000   (11.1%)    420,000     (6.3%)   1,140,000 (17.1%)    120,000   (1.8%)    840,000   (12.6%)    6,680,000
Age 6 - 14                                 3,740,000 (49.1%)      820,000   (10.8%)    440,000     (5.8%)   1,400,000 (18.4%)    100,000   (1.3%)   1,120,000 (14.7%)     7,620,000
Age 15 - 17                                 760,000    (45.2%)    160,000    (9.5%)    100,000     (6.0%)    320,000   (19.0%)    20,000   (1.2%)    300,000   (17.9%)    1,680,000
Age 18 - 44                                3,100,000 (40.8%)      940,000   (12.4%)    280,000     (3.7%)   1,500,000 (19.7%)     40,000   (0.5%)   1,740,000 (22.9%)     7,600,000
Age 45 - 64                                1,080,000 (43.2%)      660,000   (26.4%)    220,000     (8.8%)    240,000    (9.6%)    20,000   (0.8%)    280,000   (11.2%)    2,500,000
Age 65+                                           0     (0.0%)   1,160,000 (61.7%)     520,000    (27.7%)     20,000    (1.1%)   160,000   (8.5%)     20,000    (1.1%)    1,880,000
White                                      7,780,000 (42.5%)     3,120,000 (17.0%)    1,300,000    (7.1%)   3,040,000 (16.6%)    320,000   (1.7%)   2,760,000 (15.1%)    18,300,000
Black                                      3,520,000 (45.2%)     1,100,000 (14.1%)     500,000     (6.4%)   1,320,000 (17.0%)    120,000   (1.5%)   1,220,000 (15.7%)     7,780,000
AIAN                                        400,000    (47.6%)    100,000   (11.9%)     80,000     (9.5%)    100,000   (11.9%)        0    (0.0%)    140,000   (16.7%)     840,000
API                                         400,000    (38.5%)    180,000   (17.3%)    120,000    (11.5%)    160,000   (15.4%)    20,000   (1.9%)    160,000   (15.4%)    1,040,000
Male                                       5,220,000 (44.8%)     1,740,000 (14.9%)     840,000     (7.2%)   1,920,000 (16.5%)    200,000   (1.7%)   1,680,000 (14.4%)    11,650,000
Female                                     6,880,000 (42.1%)     2,740,000 (16.8%)    1,160,000    (7.1%)   2,700,000 (16.5%)    260,000   (1.6%)   2,600,000 (15.9%)    16,350,000
Hispanic                                   2,880,000 (47.1%)      700,000   (11.4%)    420,000     (6.9%)    840,000   (13.7%)    40,000   (0.7%)   1,240,000 (20.3%)     6,120,000
Non-Hispanic                               9,240,000 (42.3%)     3,800,000 (17.4%)    1,580,000    (7.2%)   3,800,000 (17.4%)    420,000   (1.9%)   3,040,000 (13.9%)    21,850,000
CPS SSI - Yes                              1,280,000 (45.1%)     1,440,000 (50.7%)      60,000     (2.1%)     20,000    (0.7%)        0    (0.0%)     20,000    (0.7%)    2,840,000
CPS SSI - No                              10,850,000   (43.1%)   3,040,000 (12.1%)    1,940,000    (7.7%)   4,620,000 (18.4%)    460,000   (1.8%)   4,260,000 (16.9%)    25,150,000
CPS TANF - Yes                             3,020,000 (79.1%)      600,000   (15.7%)     80,000     (2.1%)     40,000    (1.0%)        0    (0.0%)     80,000    (2.1%)    3,820,000
CPS TANF - No                              9,100,000 (37.7%)     3,880,000 (16.1%)    1,920,000    (8.0%)   4,600,000 (19.0%)    460,000   (1.9%)   4,200,000 (17.4%)    24,150,000
MSIS SSI - Yes                             1,760,000 (37.1%)     1,760,000 (37.1%)     560,000    (11.8%)    280,000    (5.9%)    80,000   (1.7%)    300,000    (6.3%)    4,740,000
MSIS SSI - No                             10,350,000   (44.5%)   2,740,000 (11.8%)    1,440,000    (6.2%)   4,360,000 (18.8%)    380,000   (1.6%)   3,980,000 (17.1%)    23,250,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                            CY 2001 Full Sample, Original Weight
                           Version=A: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, All CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                         Persons Not
                                                              Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                            Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                     Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                      Total
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                     12,100,000   (43.3%)   4,480,000 (16.0%)    2,000,000    (7.2%)   4,640,000 (16.6%)    460,000   (1.6%)   4,280,000 (15.3%)    27,950,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                3,100,000 (61.5%)      420,000    (8.3%)    300,000     (6.0%)    240,000    (4.8%)    40,000   (0.8%)    940,000   (18.7%)    5,040,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%               1,960,000 (57.6%)      520,000   (15.3%)    180,000     (5.3%)    260,000    (7.6%)    20,000   (0.6%)    460,000   (13.5%)    3,400,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%               1,720,000 (46.5%)      860,000   (23.2%)    300,000     (8.1%)    320,000    (8.6%)    60,000   (1.6%)    440,000   (11.9%)    3,700,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%             1,480,000 (45.4%)      640,000   (19.6%)    260,000     (8.0%)    400,000   (12.3%)    40,000   (1.2%)    460,000   (14.1%)    3,260,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%             1,000,000 (40.0%)      380,000   (15.2%)    200,000     (8.0%)    440,000   (17.6%)    80,000   (3.2%)    380,000   (15.2%)    2,500,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%              800,000    (36.0%)    360,000   (16.2%)    140,000     (6.3%)    560,000   (25.2%)    40,000   (1.8%)    320,000   (14.4%)    2,220,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%              540,000    (33.3%)    240,000   (14.8%)    160,000     (9.9%)    400,000   (24.7%)    40,000   (2.5%)    260,000   (16.0%)    1,620,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater        1,500,000 (24.0%)     1,080,000 (17.3%)     460,000     (7.3%)   2,020,000 (32.3%)    160,000   (2.6%)   1,020,000 (16.3%)     6,260,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Self         2,420,000 (35.9%)     1,780,000 (26.4%)     600,000     (8.9%)    940,000   (13.9%)   140,000   (2.1%)    860,000   (12.8%)    6,740,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Spouse        500,000    (31.6%)    260,000   (16.5%)    120,000     (7.6%)    360,000   (22.8%)    20,000   (1.3%)    320,000   (20.3%)    1,580,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Non-Adult)     6,500,000 (50.4%)     1,560,000 (12.1%)     720,000     (5.6%)   2,440,000 (18.9%)    220,000   (1.7%)   1,460,000 (11.3%)    12,900,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Adult)          700,000    (39.8%)    280,000   (15.9%)    100,000     (5.7%)    260,000   (14.8%)        0    (0.0%)    420,000   (23.9%)    1,760,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Parent         60,000 (14.3%)       180,000   (42.9%)    100,000    (23.8%)     20,000    (4.8%)    20,000   (4.8%)     40,000    (9.5%)     420,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Other        1,940,000 (42.4%)      440,000    (9.6%)    380,000     (8.3%)    620,000   (13.5%)    40,000   (0.9%)   1,160,000 (25.3%)     4,580,000




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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                          CY 2001 Full Sample, Original Weight
                         Version=A: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, All CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=3

                                                                                                                            Persons Not
                                                                 Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                   Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                               Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                        Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                     Total
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: Yes                  3,440,000 (58.3%)      500,000    (8.5%)    220,000    (3.7%)    760,000   (12.9%)    20,000   (0.3%)    940,000   (15.9%)    5,900,000
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: No                   8,580,000 (39.2%)     3,960,000 (18.1%)    1,760,000   (8.0%)   3,860,000 (17.6%)    440,000   (2.0%)   3,300,000 (15.1%)    21,900,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Medical Svc. Not Rcvd.         380,000    (21.8%)    220,000   (12.6%)    140,000    (8.0%)    520,000   (29.9%)    40,000   (2.3%)    440,000   (25.3%)    1,740,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Med. Service Received         3,020,000 (40.5%)     1,680,000 (22.5%)     680,000    (9.1%)    980,000   (13.1%)   160,000   (2.1%)    940,000   (12.6%)    7,460,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Svc. Not Noted         1,380,000 (35.4%)      460,000   (11.8%)    260,000    (6.7%)   1,020,000 (26.2%)     60,000   (1.5%)    740,000   (19.0%)    3,900,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Service Noted          7,220,000 (49.3%)     2,100,000 (14.3%)     900,000    (6.1%)   2,100,000 (14.3%)    200,000   (1.4%)   2,140,000 (14.6%)    14,650,000
No MAX Data Available                             100,000    (55.6%)     20,000 (11.1%)       20,000 (11.1%)       20,000 (11.1%)          0    (0.0%)     20,000 (11.1%)       180,000
Received Benefits in Survey Year

   Began Rcvng. Q1 Prev. Year or Earlier         9,440,000 (49.9%)     3,440,000 (18.2%)    1,320,000   (7.0%)   2,220,000 (11.7%)    280,000   (1.5%)   2,180,000 (11.5%)    18,900,000
   Began Receiving Q2 Prev. Year                  640,000    (42.1%)    240,000   (15.8%)    120,000    (7.9%)    220,000   (14.5%)    40,000   (2.6%)    240,000   (15.8%)    1,520,000
   Began Receiving Q3 Prev. Year                  520,000    (36.6%)    220,000   (15.5%)    100,000    (7.0%)    260,000   (18.3%)    40,000   (2.8%)    280,000   (19.7%)    1,420,000
   Began Receiving Q4 Prev. Year                  480,000    (32.9%)    140,000    (9.6%)    140,000    (9.6%)    360,000   (24.7%)    20,000   (1.4%)    320,000   (21.9%)    1,460,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year        180,000    (27.3%)     80,000 (12.1%)       60,000    (9.1%)    180,000   (27.3%)        0    (0.0%)    160,000   (24.2%)     660,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year      760,000    (33.9%)    280,000   (12.5%)    200,000    (8.9%)    460,000   (20.5%)    40,000   (1.8%)    480,000   (21.4%)    2,240,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year        10,100,000   (49.5%)   3,700,000 (18.1%)    1,440,000   (7.1%)   2,420,000 (11.9%)    320,000   (1.6%)   2,400,000 (11.8%)    20,400,000
Did Not Receive Benefits in Survey Year

   Last Received Q1 Prev. Year                    100,000    (11.4%)     60,000    (6.8%)     60,000    (6.8%)    400,000   (45.5%)    20,000   (2.3%)    240,000   (27.3%)     880,000
   Last Received Q2 Prev. Year                    140,000    (13.7%)     60,000    (5.9%)     60,000    (5.9%)    400,000   (39.2%)    20,000   (2.0%)    340,000   (33.3%)    1,020,000
   Last Received Q3 Prev. Year                    540,000    (32.9%)    160,000    (9.8%)    120,000    (7.3%)    400,000   (24.4%)    20,000   (1.2%)    400,000   (24.4%)    1,640,000
   Last Received Q4 Prev. Year                    260,000    (22.8%)    140,000   (12.3%)     60,000    (5.3%)    380,000   (33.3%)    20,000   (1.8%)    280,000   (24.6%)    1,140,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year         80,000 (12.9%)        40,000    (6.5%)     40,000    (6.5%)    280,000   (45.2%)    20,000   (3.2%)    180,000   (29.0%)     620,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year      220,000    (15.7%)    100,000    (7.1%)     80,000    (5.7%)    520,000   (37.1%)    40,000   (2.9%)    440,000   (31.4%)    1,400,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year          740,000    (28.0%)    300,000   (11.4%)    180,000    (6.8%)    760,000   (28.8%)    40,000   (1.5%)    620,000   (23.5%)    2,640,000




                                                                                                                                                                      147
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
                                                                                                                                                                  4

                Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                          CY 2001 Full Sample, Original Weight
                       Version=B: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, Edited CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                     Persons Not
                                                          Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                            Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                        Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                 Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured       Total
Total Unweighted Count                        600    (52.2%)      550    (47.8%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)      1,150
Total Weighted Count                       660,000   (52.4%)   620,000   (49.2%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,260,000
Age 0 - 5                                  160,000   (61.5%)    80,000 (30.8%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    260,000
Age 6 - 14                                 160,000   (57.1%)   120,000   (42.9%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    280,000
Age 15 - 17                                 60,000 (60.0%)      20,000 (20.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    100,000
Age 18 - 44                                200,000   (52.6%)   180,000   (47.4%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    380,000
Age 45 - 64                                 60,000 (37.5%)     100,000   (62.5%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    160,000
Age 65+                                         0     (0.0%)   100,000 (100.0%)      0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    100,000
White                                      360,000   (48.6%)   360,000   (48.6%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    740,000
Black                                      260,000   (56.5%)   200,000   (43.5%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    460,000
AIAN                                        20,000 (50.0%)          0     (0.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     40,000
API                                         20,000 (50.0%)      40,000 (100.0%)      0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     40,000
Male                                       280,000   (56.0%)   240,000   (48.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    500,000
Female                                     380,000   (50.0%)   380,000   (50.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    760,000
Hispanic                                   140,000   (58.3%)   100,000   (41.7%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    240,000
Non-Hispanic                               520,000   (51.0%)   520,000   (51.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,020,000
CPS SSI - Yes                              100,000   (23.8%)   320,000   (76.2%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    420,000
CPS SSI - No                               560,000   (66.7%)   300,000   (35.7%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    840,000
CPS TANF - Yes                             320,000   (61.5%)   200,000   (38.5%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    520,000
CPS TANF - No                              340,000   (44.7%)   400,000   (52.6%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    760,000
MSIS SSI - Yes                             100,000   (22.7%)   320,000   (72.7%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    440,000
MSIS SSI - No                              540,000   (64.3%)   280,000   (33.3%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    840,000




                                                                                                                                                  148
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                           CY 2001 Full Sample, Original Weight
                        Version=B: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, Edited CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                         Persons Not
                                                              Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                            Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                     Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured       Total
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                       660,000   (52.4%)   620,000   (49.2%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,260,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                 160,000   (66.7%)   100,000   (41.7%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    240,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%                120,000   (50.0%)   100,000   (41.7%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    240,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%                100,000   (50.0%)   100,000   (50.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    200,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%               80,000 (50.0%)      80,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    160,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%               40,000 (50.0%)      40,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     80,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%               60,000 (60.0%)      40,000 (40.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    100,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%               40,000 (66.7%)      20,000 (33.3%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     60,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater          60,000 (33.3%)     120,000   (66.7%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    180,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Self          120,000   (35.3%)   220,000   (64.7%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    340,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Spouse         20,000 (33.3%)      20,000 (33.3%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     60,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Non-Adult)      320,000   (61.5%)   200,000   (38.5%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    520,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Adult)           80,000 (50.0%)      80,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    160,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Parent             0     (0.0%)    20,000 (100.0%)      0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     20,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Other         120,000   (66.7%)    60,000 (33.3%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    180,000




                                                                                                                                                      149
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                          CY 2001 Full Sample, Original Weight
                       Version=B: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, Edited CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=3

                                                                                                                            Persons Not
                                                                 Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                   Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                               Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                        Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured       Total
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: Yes                   200,000   (62.5%)   120,000   (37.5%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    320,000
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: No                    440,000   (46.8%)   500,000   (53.2%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    940,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Medical Svc. Not Rcvd.          60,000 (60.0%)      40,000 (40.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    100,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Med. Service Received          160,000   (44.4%)   200,000   (55.6%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    360,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Svc. Not Noted          100,000   (45.5%)   120,000   (54.5%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    220,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Service Noted           340,000   (58.6%)   240,000   (41.4%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    580,000
No MAX Data Available                                  0     (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     20,000
Received Benefits in Survey Year

   Began Rcvng. Q1 Prev. Year or Earlier          440,000   (46.8%)   500,000   (53.2%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    940,000
   Began Receiving Q2 Prev. Year                   40,000 (66.7%)      20,000 (33.3%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     60,000
   Began Receiving Q3 Prev. Year                   20,000 (50.0%)      20,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     40,000
   Began Receiving Q4 Prev. Year                   40,000 (66.7%)      20,000 (33.3%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     60,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year             0     (0.0%)    20,000 (100.0%)      0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     20,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year       60,000 (75.0%)      40,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     80,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year          480,000   (48.0%)   520,000   (52.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,000,000
Did Not Receive Benefits in Survey Year

   Last Received Q1 Prev. Year                     20,000 (50.0%)          0     (0.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     40,000
   Last Received Q2 Prev. Year                     20,000 (100.0%)         0     (0.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     20,000
   Last Received Q3 Prev. Year                     40,000 (66.7%)      20,000 (33.3%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     60,000
   Last Received Q4 Prev. Year                     20,000 (50.0%)      20,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     40,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year         20,000 (100.0%)         0     (0.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     20,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year       40,000 (100.0%)         0     (0.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     40,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year           60,000 (60.0%)      40,000 (40.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    100,000




                                                                                                                                                         150
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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                Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                        CY 2001 Full Sample, Original Weight
                    Version=C: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, Imputed CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                   Persons Not
                                                        Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                          Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                      Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics               Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured               Total
Total Unweighted Count                       500   (18.5%)      400    (14.8%)      150     (5.6%)        900   (33.3%)      50    (1.9%)      700    (25.9%)      2,700
Total Weighted Count                     640,000   (19.6%)   500,000   (15.3%)   200,000    (6.1%)   1,040,000 (31.9%)    80,000   (2.5%)   800,000   (24.5%)   3,260,000
Age 0 - 5                                160,000   (21.6%)   140,000   (18.9%)    20,000    (2.7%)    260,000   (35.1%)       0    (0.0%)   160,000   (21.6%)    740,000
Age 6 - 14                               200,000   (22.7%)   140,000   (15.9%)        0     (0.0%)    300,000   (34.1%)       0    (0.0%)   240,000   (27.3%)    880,000
Age 15 - 17                               40,000 (18.2%)      20,000    (9.1%)        0     (0.0%)    100,000   (45.5%)       0    (0.0%)    60,000 (27.3%)      220,000
Age 18 - 44                              200,000   (22.2%)    80,000    (8.9%)    40,000    (4.4%)    300,000   (33.3%)       0    (0.0%)   280,000   (31.1%)    900,000
Age 45 - 64                               60,000 (20.0%)      40,000 (13.3%)      40,000 (13.3%)       80,000 (26.7%)     20,000   (6.7%)    40,000 (13.3%)      300,000
Age 65+                                       0     (0.0%)    60,000 (30.0%)      80,000 (40.0%)            0    (0.0%)   60,000 (30.0%)         0     (0.0%)    200,000
White                                    340,000   (18.1%)   280,000   (14.9%)   120,000    (6.4%)    640,000   (34.0%)   40,000   (2.1%)   460,000   (24.5%)   1,880,000
Black                                    260,000   (23.2%)   180,000   (16.1%)    40,000    (3.6%)    340,000   (30.4%)   20,000   (1.8%)   260,000   (23.2%)   1,120,000
AIAN                                      20,000 (25.0%)           0    (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)     20,000 (25.0%)         0    (0.0%)    40,000 (50.0%)       80,000
API                                       40,000 (22.2%)      20,000 (11.1%)      20,000 (11.1%)       40,000 (22.2%)         0    (0.0%)    40,000 (22.2%)      180,000
Male                                     280,000   (21.2%)   200,000   (15.2%)    60,000    (4.5%)    440,000   (33.3%)   40,000   (3.0%)   320,000   (24.2%)   1,320,000
Female                                   380,000   (19.6%)   300,000   (15.5%)   140,000    (7.2%)    600,000   (30.9%)   40,000   (2.1%)   480,000   (24.7%)   1,940,000
Hispanic                                 160,000   (24.2%)   100,000   (15.2%)    40,000    (6.1%)    180,000   (27.3%)       0    (0.0%)   160,000   (24.2%)    660,000
Non-Hispanic                             500,000   (19.2%)   380,000   (14.6%)   160,000    (6.2%)    860,000   (33.1%)   80,000   (3.1%)   620,000   (23.8%)   2,600,000
CPS SSI - Yes                            100,000   (55.6%)    80,000 (44.4%)          0     (0.0%)          0    (0.0%)       0    (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)    180,000
CPS SSI - No                             560,000   (18.2%)   420,000   (13.6%)   200,000    (6.5%)   1,040,000 (33.8%)    80,000   (2.6%)   800,000   (26.0%)   3,080,000
CPS TANF - Yes                           180,000   (60.0%)   100,000   (33.3%)        0     (0.0%)     20,000    (6.7%)       0    (0.0%)    20,000    (6.7%)    300,000
CPS TANF - No                            460,000   (15.5%)   400,000   (13.5%)   200,000    (6.8%)   1,020,000 (34.5%)    80,000   (2.7%)   780,000   (26.4%)   2,960,000
MSIS SSI - Yes                           140,000   (24.1%)   120,000   (20.7%)   100,000   (17.2%)    120,000   (20.7%)   40,000   (6.9%)    80,000 (13.8%)      580,000
MSIS SSI - No                            520,000   (19.4%)   380,000   (14.2%)   100,000    (3.7%)    920,000   (34.3%)   40,000   (1.5%)   720,000   (26.9%)   2,680,000




                                                                                                                                                        151
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                          CY 2001 Full Sample, Original Weight
                      Version=C: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, Imputed CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                         Persons Not
                                                              Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                            Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                     Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured               Total
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                       640,000   (19.6%)   500,000   (15.3%)   200,000    (6.1%)   1,040,000 (31.9%)    80,000   (2.5%)   800,000   (24.5%)   3,260,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                 200,000   (32.3%)    80,000 (12.9%)      40,000    (6.5%)    100,000   (16.1%)   20,000   (3.2%)   200,000   (32.3%)    620,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%                120,000   (37.5%)    40,000 (12.5%)      20,000    (6.3%)     60,000 (18.8%)         0    (0.0%)    80,000 (25.0%)      320,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%                 60,000 (21.4%)      60,000 (21.4%)      20,000    (7.1%)     80,000 (28.6%)     20,000   (7.1%)    40,000 (14.3%)      280,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%               60,000 (25.0%)      60,000 (25.0%)      20,000    (8.3%)     60,000 (25.0%)         0    (0.0%)    60,000 (25.0%)      240,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%               40,000 (15.4%)      40,000 (15.4%)      20,000    (7.7%)     80,000 (30.8%)     20,000   (7.7%)    60,000 (23.1%)      260,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%               40,000 (15.4%)      40,000 (15.4%)      20,000    (7.7%)    100,000   (38.5%)       0    (0.0%)    80,000 (30.8%)      260,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%               20,000 (11.1%)      20,000 (11.1%)          0     (0.0%)     80,000 (44.4%)         0    (0.0%)    40,000 (22.2%)      180,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater         120,000   (11.1%)   160,000   (14.8%)    80,000    (7.4%)    480,000   (44.4%)   20,000   (1.9%)   220,000   (20.4%)   1,080,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Self          160,000   (20.0%)   120,000   (15.0%)   100,000   (12.5%)    200,000   (25.0%)   40,000   (5.0%)   160,000   (20.0%)    800,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Spouse         20,000 (14.3%)      20,000 (14.3%)          0     (0.0%)     60,000 (42.9%)         0    (0.0%)    40,000 (28.6%)      140,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Non-Adult)      320,000   (21.6%)   280,000   (18.9%)    20,000    (1.4%)    560,000   (37.8%)       0    (0.0%)   280,000   (18.9%)   1,480,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Adult)           60,000 (25.0%)      20,000    (8.3%)    20,000    (8.3%)     80,000 (33.3%)         0    (0.0%)    60,000 (25.0%)      240,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Parent             0     (0.0%)    20,000 (33.3%)      20,000 (33.3%)       20,000 (33.3%)     20,000 (33.3%)         0     (0.0%)     60,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Other         100,000   (18.5%)    40,000    (7.4%)    40,000    (7.4%)    120,000   (22.2%)       0    (0.0%)   240,000   (44.4%)    540,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                          CY 2001 Full Sample, Original Weight
                      Version=C: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, Imputed CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=3

                                                                                                                            Persons Not
                                                                 Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                   Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                               Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                        Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured             Total
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: Yes                   200,000   (28.6%)    80,000 (11.4%)      20,000   (2.9%)   180,000   (25.7%)       0    (0.0%)   240,000   (34.3%)    700,000
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: No                    440,000   (17.3%)   420,000   (16.5%)   180,000   (7.1%)   860,000   (33.9%)   80,000   (3.1%)   560,000   (22.0%)   2,540,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Medical Svc. Not Rcvd.          40,000 (18.2%)      20,000    (9.1%)    20,000   (9.1%)    80,000 (36.4%)         0    (0.0%)    60,000 (27.3%)      220,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Med. Service Received          160,000   (19.5%)   140,000   (17.1%)    80,000   (9.8%)   260,000   (31.7%)   40,000   (4.9%)   140,000   (17.1%)    820,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Svc. Not Noted          120,000   (23.1%)    60,000 (11.5%)      20,000   (3.8%)   180,000   (34.6%)       0    (0.0%)   120,000   (23.1%)    520,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Service Noted           360,000   (21.4%)   260,000   (15.5%)    80,000   (4.8%)   500,000   (29.8%)   20,000   (1.2%)   460,000   (27.4%)   1,680,000
No MAX Data Available                                  0     (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)        0    (0.0%)    20,000 (100.0%)        0    (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)     20,000
Received Benefits in Survey Year

   Began Rcvng. Q1 Prev. Year or Earlier          500,000   (22.7%)   380,000   (17.3%)   120,000   (5.5%)   620,000   (28.2%)   60,000   (2.7%)   520,000   (23.6%)   2,200,000
   Began Receiving Q2 Prev. Year                   20,000 (12.5%)      20,000 (12.5%)      20,000 (12.5%)     60,000 (37.5%)         0    (0.0%)    40,000 (25.0%)      160,000
   Began Receiving Q3 Prev. Year                   40,000 (25.0%)      20,000 (12.5%)      20,000 (12.5%)     60,000 (37.5%)         0    (0.0%)    40,000 (25.0%)      160,000
   Began Receiving Q4 Prev. Year                   40,000 (20.0%)      20,000 (10.0%)      20,000 (10.0%)     80,000 (40.0%)         0    (0.0%)    40,000 (20.0%)      200,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year         20,000 (25.0%)      20,000 (25.0%)          0    (0.0%)    40,000 (50.0%)         0    (0.0%)    20,000 (25.0%)       80,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year       40,000 (15.4%)      40,000 (15.4%)      20,000   (7.7%)   100,000   (38.5%)       0    (0.0%)    60,000 (23.1%)      260,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year          540,000   (22.7%)   380,000   (16.0%)   160,000   (6.7%)   680,000   (28.6%)   60,000   (2.5%)   560,000   (23.5%)   2,380,000
Did Not Receive Benefits in Survey Year

   Last Received Q1 Prev. Year                     20,000 (20.0%)          0     (0.0%)        0    (0.0%)    40,000 (40.0%)         0    (0.0%)    40,000 (40.0%)      100,000
   Last Received Q2 Prev. Year                         0     (0.0%)    20,000 (16.7%)          0    (0.0%)    60,000 (50.0%)         0    (0.0%)    40,000 (33.3%)      120,000
   Last Received Q3 Prev. Year                     20,000 (11.1%)      20,000 (11.1%)          0    (0.0%)    80,000 (44.4%)         0    (0.0%)    40,000 (22.2%)      180,000
   Last Received Q4 Prev. Year                     20,000 (16.7%)      20,000 (16.7%)          0    (0.0%)    60,000 (50.0%)         0    (0.0%)    40,000 (33.3%)      120,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year             0     (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)        0    (0.0%)    20,000 (25.0%)         0    (0.0%)    20,000 (25.0%)       80,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year           0     (0.0%)    20,000 (14.3%)          0    (0.0%)    80,000 (57.1%)         0    (0.0%)    40,000 (28.6%)      140,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year           40,000 (13.3%)      40,000 (13.3%)      20,000   (6.7%)   140,000   (46.7%)       0    (0.0%)    80,000 (26.7%)      300,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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                Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                          CY 2001 Full Sample, Original Weight
                       Version=D: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, Explicit CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                      Persons Not
                                                           Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                             Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                         Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                  Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                      Total
Total Unweighted Count                        9,250 (46.0%)         2,900 (14.4%)        1,550     (7.7%)      3,200 (15.9%)        400    (2.0%)      2,850 (14.2%)        20,100
Total Weighted Count                      10,800,000   (46.1%)   3,380,000 (14.4%)    1,800,000    (7.7%)   3,580,000 (15.3%)    380,000   (1.6%)   3,480,000 (14.8%)    23,450,000
Age 0 - 5                                  3,100,000 (54.4%)      500,000    (8.8%)    400,000     (7.0%)    900,000   (15.8%)   120,000   (2.1%)    680,000   (11.9%)    5,700,000
Age 6 - 14                                 3,380,000 (52.3%)      580,000    (9.0%)    440,000     (6.8%)   1,100,000 (17.0%)    100,000   (1.5%)    880,000   (13.6%)    6,460,000
Age 15 - 17                                 660,000    (48.5%)    120,000    (8.8%)    100,000     (7.4%)    240,000   (17.6%)    20,000   (1.5%)    220,000   (16.2%)    1,360,000
Age 18 - 44                                2,720,000 (43.0%)      680,000   (10.8%)    240,000     (3.8%)   1,200,000 (19.0%)     20,000   (0.3%)   1,460,000 (23.1%)     6,320,000
Age 45 - 64                                 960,000    (47.5%)    500,000   (24.8%)    180,000     (8.9%)    160,000    (7.9%)    20,000   (1.0%)    220,000   (10.9%)    2,020,000
Age 65+                                           0     (0.0%)   1,000,000 (64.1%)     440,000    (28.2%)          0    (0.0%)   100,000   (6.4%)     20,000    (1.3%)    1,560,000
White                                      7,080,000 (45.1%)     2,460,000 (15.7%)    1,160,000    (7.4%)   2,400,000 (15.3%)    280,000   (1.8%)   2,300,000 (14.6%)    15,700,000
Black                                      3,000,000 (48.4%)      720,000   (11.6%)    460,000     (7.4%)    980,000   (15.8%)    80,000   (1.3%)    940,000   (15.2%)    6,200,000
AIAN                                        360,000    (50.0%)     80,000 (11.1%)       60,000     (8.3%)     80,000 (11.1%)          0    (0.0%)    100,000   (13.9%)     720,000
API                                         360,000    (43.9%)    120,000   (14.6%)    100,000    (12.2%)    120,000   (14.6%)    20,000   (2.4%)    120,000   (14.6%)     820,000
Male                                       4,680,000 (47.7%)     1,300,000 (13.2%)     800,000     (8.1%)   1,480,000 (15.1%)    180,000   (1.8%)   1,380,000 (14.1%)     9,820,000
Female                                     6,120,000 (44.8%)     2,080,000 (15.2%)    1,000,000    (7.3%)   2,100,000 (15.4%)    200,000   (1.5%)   2,120,000 (15.5%)    13,650,000
Hispanic                                   2,580,000 (49.4%)      500,000    (9.6%)    380,000     (7.3%)    660,000   (12.6%)    40,000   (0.8%)   1,060,000 (20.3%)     5,220,000
Non-Hispanic                               8,220,000 (45.2%)     2,880,000 (15.8%)    1,420,000    (7.8%)   2,940,000 (16.2%)    340,000   (1.9%)   2,420,000 (13.3%)    18,200,000
CPS SSI - Yes                              1,080,000 (48.2%)     1,060,000 (47.3%)      60,000     (2.7%)          0    (0.0%)        0    (0.0%)     20,000    (0.9%)    2,240,000
CPS SSI - No                               9,720,000 (45.8%)     2,340,000 (11.0%)    1,740,000    (8.2%)   3,580,000 (16.9%)    380,000   (1.8%)   3,460,000 (16.3%)    21,200,000
CPS TANF - Yes                             2,520,000 (84.0%)      300,000   (10.0%)     80,000     (2.7%)     20,000    (0.7%)        0    (0.0%)     60,000    (2.0%)    3,000,000
CPS TANF - No                              8,280,000 (40.5%)     3,080,000 (15.1%)    1,720,000    (8.4%)   3,560,000 (17.4%)    380,000   (1.9%)   3,420,000 (16.7%)    20,450,000
MSIS SSI - Yes                             1,520,000 (41.1%)     1,300,000 (35.1%)     460,000    (12.4%)    160,000    (4.3%)    40,000   (1.1%)    220,000    (5.9%)    3,700,000
MSIS SSI - No                              9,280,000 (47.0%)     2,080,000 (10.5%)    1,340,000    (6.8%)   3,420,000 (17.3%)    340,000   (1.7%)   3,260,000 (16.5%)    19,750,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                          CY 2001 Full Sample, Original Weight
                       Version=D: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, Explicit CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                         Persons Not
                                                              Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                            Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                     Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                       Total
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                     10,800,000   (46.1%)   3,380,000 (14.4%)     1,800,000    (7.7%)   3,580,000 (15.3%)    380,000   (1.6%)   3,480,000 (14.8%)    23,450,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                2,740,000 (65.9%)      240,000     (5.8%)    260,000     (6.3%)    140,000    (3.4%)    20,000   (0.5%)    760,000   (18.3%)    4,160,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%               1,720,000 (60.6%)      360,000    (12.7%)    160,000     (5.6%)    200,000    (7.0%)    20,000   (0.7%)    380,000   (13.4%)    2,840,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%               1,560,000 (48.4%)      720,000    (22.4%)    280,000     (8.7%)    240,000    (7.5%)    40,000   (1.2%)    380,000   (11.8%)    3,220,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%             1,340,000 (46.9%)      500,000    (17.5%)    240,000     (8.4%)    340,000   (11.9%)    40,000   (1.4%)    400,000   (14.0%)    2,860,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%              920,000    (43.0%)    280,000    (13.1%)    200,000     (9.3%)    360,000   (16.8%)    60,000   (2.8%)    320,000   (15.0%)    2,140,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%              720,000    (38.7%)    280,000    (15.1%)    140,000     (7.5%)    440,000   (23.7%)    40,000   (2.2%)    240,000   (12.9%)    1,860,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%              480,000    (34.8%)    180,000    (13.0%)    140,000    (10.1%)    320,000   (23.2%)    20,000   (1.4%)    220,000   (15.9%)    1,380,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater        1,320,000 (26.5%)      800,000    (16.1%)    380,000     (7.6%)   1,540,000 (30.9%)    140,000   (2.8%)    780,000   (15.7%)    4,980,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Self         2,140,000 (38.2%)     1,440,000 (25.7%)      500,000     (8.9%)    720,000   (12.9%)   100,000   (1.8%)    700,000   (12.5%)    5,600,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Spouse        460,000    (33.3%)    220,000    (15.9%)    100,000     (7.2%)    280,000   (20.3%)    20,000   (1.4%)    280,000   (20.3%)    1,380,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Non-Adult)     5,840,000 (53.6%)     1,080,000    (9.9%)    700,000     (6.4%)   1,880,000 (17.2%)    220,000   (2.0%)   1,180,000 (10.8%)    10,900,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Adult)          580,000    (42.6%)    180,000    (13.2%)     80,000     (5.9%)    200,000   (14.7%)        0    (0.0%)    340,000   (25.0%)    1,360,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Parent         60,000 (18.8%)       140,000    (43.8%)     80,000 (25.0%)        20,000    (6.3%)        0    (0.0%)     40,000 (12.5%)       320,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Other        1,740,000 (44.8%)      340,000     (8.8%)    340,000     (8.8%)    480,000   (12.4%)    40,000   (1.0%)    940,000   (24.2%)    3,880,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                         CY 2001 Full Sample, Original Weight
                      Version=D: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, Explicit CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=3

                                                                                                                            Persons Not
                                                                 Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                   Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                               Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                        Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                     Total
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: Yes                 3,020,000 (61.9%)      320,000    (6.6%)    220,000     (4.5%)    580,000   (11.9%)    20,000   (0.4%)    720,000   (14.8%)    4,880,000
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: No                  7,700,000 (41.8%)     3,040,000 (16.5%)    1,560,000    (8.5%)   3,000,000 (16.3%)    360,000   (2.0%)   2,760,000 (15.0%)    18,400,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Medical Svc. Not Rcvd.         300,000   (21.1%)    140,000    (9.9%)    120,000     (8.5%)    440,000   (31.0%)    40,000   (2.8%)    380,000   (26.8%)    1,420,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Med. Service Received        2,720,000 (43.3%)     1,340,000 (21.3%)     580,000     (9.2%)    700,000   (11.1%)   120,000   (1.9%)    800,000   (12.7%)    6,280,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Svc. Not Noted        1,160,000 (36.5%)      260,000    (8.2%)    240,000     (7.5%)    820,000   (25.8%)    40,000   (1.3%)    620,000   (19.5%)    3,180,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Service Noted         6,540,000 (52.7%)     1,600,000 (12.9%)     820,000     (6.6%)   1,600,000 (12.9%)    180,000   (1.5%)   1,680,000 (13.5%)    12,400,000
No MAX Data Available                             100,000   (62.5%)     20,000 (12.5%)       20,000 (12.5%)             0    (0.0%)        0    (0.0%)     20,000 (12.5%)       160,000
Received Benefits in Survey Year

   Began Rcvng. Q1 Prev. Year or Earlier        8,500,000 (54.0%)     2,560,000 (16.3%)    1,200,000    (7.6%)   1,600,000 (10.2%)    200,000   (1.3%)   1,660,000 (10.5%)    15,750,000
   Began Receiving Q2 Prev. Year                  580,000   (44.6%)    200,000   (15.4%)    100,000     (7.7%)    180,000   (13.8%)    40,000   (3.1%)    200,000   (15.4%)    1,300,000
   Began Receiving Q3 Prev. Year                  460,000   (38.3%)    180,000   (15.0%)    100,000     (8.3%)    220,000   (18.3%)    20,000   (1.7%)    240,000   (20.0%)    1,200,000
   Began Receiving Q4 Prev. Year                  400,000   (33.3%)    100,000    (8.3%)    120,000    (10.0%)    280,000   (23.3%)    20,000   (1.7%)    280,000   (23.3%)    1,200,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year        160,000   (29.6%)     40,000    (7.4%)     40,000     (7.4%)    140,000   (25.9%)        0    (0.0%)    160,000   (29.6%)     540,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year      660,000   (35.1%)    220,000   (11.7%)    180,000     (9.6%)    380,000   (20.2%)    40,000   (2.1%)    400,000   (21.3%)    1,880,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year        9,100,000 (53.4%)     2,800,000 (16.4%)    1,300,000    (7.6%)   1,760,000 (10.3%)    260,000   (1.5%)   1,820,000 (10.7%)    17,050,000
Did Not Receive Benefits in Survey Year

   Last Received Q1 Prev. Year                     60,000    (8.1%)     60,000    (8.1%)     60,000     (8.1%)    340,000   (45.9%)    20,000   (2.7%)    200,000   (27.0%)     740,000
   Last Received Q2 Prev. Year                    120,000   (13.6%)     40,000    (4.5%)     60,000     (6.8%)    340,000   (38.6%)    20,000   (2.3%)    300,000   (34.1%)     880,000
   Last Received Q3 Prev. Year                    460,000   (32.9%)    120,000    (8.6%)    100,000     (7.1%)    320,000   (22.9%)    20,000   (1.4%)    360,000   (25.7%)    1,400,000
   Last Received Q4 Prev. Year                    220,000   (22.4%)    100,000   (10.2%)     60,000     (6.1%)    320,000   (32.7%)    20,000   (2.0%)    240,000   (24.5%)     980,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year         60,000 (11.5%)       20,000    (3.8%)     40,000     (7.7%)    260,000   (50.0%)    20,000   (3.8%)    140,000   (26.9%)     520,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year      180,000   (14.8%)     80,000    (6.6%)     80,000     (6.6%)    460,000   (37.7%)    40,000   (3.3%)    400,000   (32.8%)    1,220,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year          640,000   (28.6%)    220,000    (9.8%)    160,000     (7.1%)    620,000   (27.7%)    40,000   (1.8%)    540,000   (24.1%)    2,240,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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                Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                          CY 2001 Full Sample, Original Weight
                         Version=E: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, All CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                      Persons Not
                                                           Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                             Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                         Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                  Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                       Total
Total Unweighted Count                       10,700 (42.1%)         4,050 (15.9%)        2,000     (7.9%)      4,400 (17.3%)        600     (2.4%)      3,750 (14.8%)        25,400
Total Weighted Count                      12,450,000   (41.8%)   4,760,000 (16.0%)    2,400,000    (8.1%)   4,980,000 (16.7%)    620,000    (2.1%)   4,560,000 (15.3%)    29,750,000
Age 0 - 5                                  3,440,000 (50.9%)      740,000   (10.9%)    440,000     (6.5%)   1,180,000 (17.5%)    120,000    (1.8%)    840,000   (12.4%)    6,760,000
Age 6 - 14                                 3,840,000 (48.4%)      860,000   (10.8%)    480,000     (6.0%)   1,480,000 (18.6%)    120,000    (1.5%)   1,160,000 (14.6%)     7,940,000
Age 15 - 17                                 800,000    (44.9%)    180,000   (10.1%)    100,000     (5.6%)    340,000   (19.1%)    20,000    (1.1%)    320,000   (18.0%)    1,780,000
Age 18 - 44                                3,240,000 (39.5%)     1,000,000 (12.2%)     320,000     (3.9%)   1,680,000 (20.5%)     40,000    (0.5%)   1,920,000 (23.4%)     8,200,000
Age 45 - 64                                1,100,000 (40.1%)      720,000   (26.3%)    300,000    (10.9%)    280,000   (10.2%)    40,000    (1.5%)    300,000   (10.9%)    2,740,000
Age 65+                                           0     (0.0%)   1,280,000 (54.7%)     760,000    (32.5%)     20,000    (0.9%)   280,000   (12.0%)     20,000    (0.9%)    2,340,000
White                                      8,040,000 (40.9%)     3,340,000 (17.0%)    1,600,000    (8.1%)   3,260,000 (16.6%)    460,000    (2.3%)   2,960,000 (15.1%)    19,650,000
Black                                      3,600,000 (44.1%)     1,140,000 (14.0%)     600,000     (7.4%)   1,420,000 (17.4%)    140,000    (1.7%)   1,280,000 (15.7%)     8,160,000
AIAN                                        400,000    (45.5%)    100,000   (11.4%)     80,000     (9.1%)    120,000   (13.6%)    20,000    (2.3%)    140,000   (15.9%)     880,000
API                                         420,000    (38.2%)    180,000   (16.4%)    140,000    (12.7%)    180,000   (16.4%)    20,000    (1.8%)    180,000   (16.4%)    1,100,000
Male                                       5,380,000 (43.7%)     1,840,000 (15.0%)     980,000     (8.0%)   2,060,000 (16.7%)    260,000    (2.1%)   1,780,000 (14.5%)    12,300,000
Female                                     7,060,000 (40.5%)     2,920,000 (16.7%)    1,420,000    (8.1%)   2,920,000 (16.7%)    360,000    (2.1%)   2,780,000 (15.9%)    17,450,000
Hispanic                                   2,960,000 (46.0%)      740,000   (11.5%)    480,000     (7.5%)    880,000   (13.7%)    60,000    (0.9%)   1,320,000 (20.5%)     6,440,000
Non-Hispanic                               9,480,000 (40.6%)     4,040,000 (17.3%)    1,920,000    (8.2%)   4,080,000 (17.5%)    580,000    (2.5%)   3,240,000 (13.9%)    23,350,000
CPS SSI - Yes                              1,300,000 (44.8%)     1,460,000 (50.3%)      80,000     (2.8%)     20,000    (0.7%)        0     (0.0%)     20,000    (0.7%)    2,900,000
CPS SSI - No                              11,150,000   (41.5%)   3,300,000 (12.3%)    2,320,000    (8.6%)   4,960,000 (18.5%)    620,000    (2.3%)   4,540,000 (16.9%)    26,850,000
CPS TANF - Yes                             3,060,000 (79.3%)      600,000   (15.5%)     80,000     (2.1%)     40,000    (1.0%)        0     (0.0%)     80,000    (2.1%)    3,860,000
CPS TANF - No                              9,400,000 (36.3%)     4,160,000 (16.1%)    2,320,000    (9.0%)   4,940,000 (19.1%)    620,000    (2.4%)   4,480,000 (17.3%)    25,900,000
MSIS SSI - Yes                             1,760,000 (37.1%)     1,760,000 (37.1%)     560,000    (11.8%)    280,000    (5.9%)    80,000    (1.7%)    300,000    (6.3%)    4,740,000
MSIS SSI - No                             10,700,000   (42.7%)   3,000,000 (12.0%)    1,840,000    (7.3%)   4,680,000 (18.7%)    540,000    (2.2%)   4,260,000 (17.0%)    25,050,000




                                                                                                                                                                  157
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                            CY 2001 Full Sample, Original Weight
                           Version=E: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, All CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                         Persons Not
                                                              Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                            Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                     Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                       Total
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                     12,100,000   (43.3%)   4,480,000 (16.0%)    2,000,000    (7.2%)   4,640,000 (16.6%)    460,000    (1.6%)   4,280,000 (15.3%)    27,950,000
MSIS Ins.: Partial not CHIP                    120,000    (10.5%)    220,000   (19.3%)    340,000    (29.8%)    160,000   (14.0%)   140,000   (12.3%)    160,000   (14.0%)    1,140,000
MSIS Ins.: Medicaid Expansion CHIP             220,000    (33.3%)     60,000    (9.1%)     60,000     (9.1%)    180,000   (27.3%)    20,000    (3.0%)    140,000   (21.2%)     660,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                3,120,000 (60.7%)      420,000    (8.2%)    320,000     (6.2%)    260,000    (5.1%)    40,000    (0.8%)   1,000,000 (19.5%)     5,140,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%               2,000,000 (56.8%)      540,000   (15.3%)    220,000     (6.3%)    260,000    (7.4%)    20,000    (0.6%)    500,000   (14.2%)    3,520,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%               1,760,000 (44.7%)      960,000   (24.4%)    360,000     (9.1%)    340,000    (8.6%)    60,000    (1.5%)    480,000   (12.2%)    3,940,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%             1,520,000 (43.2%)      680,000   (19.3%)    340,000     (9.7%)    420,000   (11.9%)    80,000    (2.3%)    480,000   (13.6%)    3,520,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%             1,040,000 (38.5%)      380,000   (14.1%)    260,000     (9.6%)    480,000   (17.8%)   100,000    (3.7%)    420,000   (15.6%)    2,700,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%              840,000    (35.3%)    400,000   (16.8%)    180,000     (7.6%)    580,000   (24.4%)    60,000    (2.5%)    340,000   (14.3%)    2,380,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%              580,000    (32.6%)    260,000   (14.6%)    180,000    (10.1%)    420,000   (23.6%)    40,000    (2.2%)    280,000   (15.7%)    1,780,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater        1,580,000 (23.2%)     1,160,000 (17.1%)     560,000     (8.2%)   2,200,000 (32.4%)    220,000    (3.2%)   1,080,000 (15.9%)     6,800,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Self         2,480,000 (33.0%)     1,960,000 (26.1%)     840,000    (11.2%)   1,040,000 (13.8%)    260,000    (3.5%)    960,000   (12.8%)    7,520,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Spouse        520,000    (29.5%)    280,000   (15.9%)    160,000     (9.1%)    400,000   (22.7%)    40,000    (2.3%)    360,000   (20.5%)    1,760,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Non-Adult)     6,640,000 (49.9%)     1,600,000 (12.0%)     760,000     (5.7%)   2,560,000 (19.2%)    240,000    (1.8%)   1,520,000 (11.4%)    13,300,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Adult)          760,000    (38.8%)    300,000   (15.3%)    120,000     (6.1%)    320,000   (16.3%)    20,000    (1.0%)    460,000   (23.5%)    1,960,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Parent         60,000 (13.6%)       180,000   (40.9%)    120,000    (27.3%)     20,000    (4.5%)    20,000    (4.5%)     40,000    (9.1%)     440,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Other        1,980,000 (41.6%)      460,000    (9.7%)    400,000     (8.4%)    640,000   (13.4%)    60,000    (1.3%)   1,220,000 (25.6%)     4,760,000




                                                                                                                                                                     158
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                          CY 2001 Full Sample, Original Weight
                         Version=E: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, All CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=3

                                                                                                                            Persons Not
                                                                 Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                   Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                               Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                        Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                      Total
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: Yes                  3,440,000 (58.3%)      500,000    (8.5%)    220,000     (3.7%)    760,000   (12.9%)    20,000   (0.3%)    940,000   (15.9%)    5,900,000
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: No                   8,900,000 (37.6%)     4,240,000 (17.9%)    2,160,000    (9.1%)   4,180,000 (17.7%)    600,000   (2.5%)   3,580,000 (15.1%)    23,650,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Medical Svc. Not Rcvd.         420,000    (18.3%)    280,000   (12.2%)    340,000    (14.8%)    620,000   (27.0%)   140,000   (6.1%)    520,000   (22.6%)    2,300,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Med. Service Received         3,140,000 (38.9%)     1,820,000 (22.5%)     820,000    (10.1%)   1,080,000 (13.4%)    180,000   (2.2%)   1,040,000 (12.9%)     8,080,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Svc. Not Noted         1,420,000 (34.5%)      480,000   (11.7%)    300,000     (7.3%)   1,060,000 (25.7%)     80,000   (1.9%)    780,000   (18.9%)    4,120,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Service Noted          7,380,000 (49.0%)     2,160,000 (14.4%)     940,000     (6.2%)   2,180,000 (14.5%)    220,000   (1.5%)   2,180,000 (14.5%)    15,050,000
No MAX Data Available                             100,000    (50.0%)     20,000 (10.0%)       20,000 (10.0%)        20,000 (10.0%)          0    (0.0%)     20,000 (10.0%)       200,000
Received Benefits in Survey Year

   Began Rcvng. Q1 Prev. Year or Earlier         9,920,000 (48.2%)     3,720,000 (18.1%)    1,700,000    (8.3%)   2,460,000 (11.9%)    400,000   (1.9%)   2,400,000 (11.7%)    20,600,000
   Began Receiving Q2 Prev. Year                  640,000    (40.5%)    240,000   (15.2%)    140,000     (8.9%)    240,000   (15.2%)    60,000   (3.8%)    260,000   (16.5%)    1,580,000
   Began Receiving Q3 Prev. Year                  520,000    (35.1%)    240,000   (16.2%)    120,000     (8.1%)    280,000   (18.9%)    40,000   (2.7%)    300,000   (20.3%)    1,480,000
   Began Receiving Q4 Prev. Year                  460,000    (30.3%)    160,000   (10.5%)    140,000     (9.2%)    380,000   (25.0%)    20,000   (1.3%)    340,000   (22.4%)    1,520,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year        160,000    (25.0%)     60,000    (9.4%)     60,000     (9.4%)    180,000   (28.1%)        0    (0.0%)    180,000   (28.1%)     640,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year      760,000    (32.8%)    300,000   (12.9%)    220,000     (9.5%)    480,000   (20.7%)    40,000   (1.7%)    520,000   (22.4%)    2,320,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year        10,600,000   (47.7%)   4,000,000 (18.0%)    1,820,000    (8.2%)   2,700,000 (12.2%)    460,000   (2.1%)   2,640,000 (11.9%)    22,200,000
Did Not Receive Benefits in Survey Year

   Last Received Q1 Prev. Year                    100,000    (11.9%)     60,000    (7.1%)     40,000     (4.8%)    400,000   (47.6%)    20,000   (2.4%)    220,000   (26.2%)     840,000
   Last Received Q2 Prev. Year                    100,000    (10.2%)     60,000    (6.1%)     60,000     (6.1%)    400,000   (40.8%)    40,000   (4.1%)    320,000   (32.7%)     980,000
   Last Received Q3 Prev. Year                    500,000    (30.1%)    160,000    (9.6%)    140,000     (8.4%)    440,000   (26.5%)    20,000   (1.2%)    400,000   (24.1%)    1,660,000
   Last Received Q4 Prev. Year                    220,000    (19.6%)    120,000   (10.7%)     80,000     (7.1%)    380,000   (33.9%)    40,000   (3.6%)    280,000   (25.0%)    1,120,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year         60,000     (9.4%)     20,000    (3.1%)     40,000     (6.3%)    300,000   (46.9%)    20,000   (3.1%)    180,000   (28.1%)     640,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year      140,000    (10.8%)     80,000    (6.2%)     80,000     (6.2%)    520,000   (40.0%)    40,000   (3.1%)    420,000   (32.3%)    1,300,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year          700,000    (26.3%)    280,000   (10.5%)    200,000     (7.5%)    780,000   (29.3%)    40,000   (1.5%)    640,000   (24.1%)    2,660,000




                                                                                                                                                                       159
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
                                                                                                                                                                  16

                Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                          CY 2001 Full Sample, Original Weight
                       Version=F: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, Edited CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                     Persons Not
                                                          Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                            Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                        Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                 Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured       Total
Total Unweighted Count                        600    (52.2%)      550    (47.8%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)      1,150
Total Weighted Count                       680,000   (52.3%)   620,000   (47.7%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,300,000
Age 0 - 5                                  160,000   (61.5%)    80,000 (30.8%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    260,000
Age 6 - 14                                 160,000   (57.1%)   120,000   (42.9%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    280,000
Age 15 - 17                                 60,000 (60.0%)      20,000 (20.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    100,000
Age 18 - 44                                200,000   (50.0%)   180,000   (45.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    400,000
Age 45 - 64                                 60,000 (33.3%)     120,000   (66.7%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    180,000
Age 65+                                         0     (0.0%)   100,000 (100.0%)      0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    100,000
White                                      380,000   (50.0%)   380,000   (50.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    760,000
Black                                      260,000   (56.5%)   200,000   (43.5%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    460,000
AIAN                                        20,000 (50.0%)          0     (0.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     40,000
API                                         20,000 (50.0%)      40,000 (100.0%)      0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     40,000
Male                                       280,000   (53.8%)   240,000   (46.2%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    520,000
Female                                     400,000   (51.3%)   380,000   (48.7%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    780,000
Hispanic                                   140,000   (58.3%)   100,000   (41.7%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    240,000
Non-Hispanic                               520,000   (49.1%)   520,000   (49.1%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,060,000
CPS SSI - Yes                              120,000   (27.3%)   320,000   (72.7%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    440,000
CPS SSI - No                               560,000   (65.1%)   300,000   (34.9%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    860,000
CPS TANF - Yes                             320,000   (59.3%)   200,000   (37.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    540,000
CPS TANF - No                              340,000   (43.6%)   420,000   (53.8%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    780,000
MSIS SSI - Yes                             100,000   (22.7%)   320,000   (72.7%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    440,000
MSIS SSI - No                              580,000   (67.4%)   300,000   (34.9%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    860,000




                                                                                                                                                  160
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
                                                                                                                                                                      17

              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                           CY 2001 Full Sample, Original Weight
                        Version=F: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, Edited CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                         Persons Not
                                                              Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                            Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                     Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured       Total
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                       660,000   (52.4%)   620,000   (49.2%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,260,000
MSIS Ins.: Partial not CHIP                     20,000 (100.0%)     20,000 (100.0%)      0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     20,000
MSIS Ins.: Medicaid Expansion CHIP                  0     (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     20,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                 160,000   (61.5%)   100,000   (38.5%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    260,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%                140,000   (58.3%)   100,000   (41.7%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    240,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%                100,000   (50.0%)   100,000   (50.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    200,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%               80,000 (50.0%)      80,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    160,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%               40,000 (50.0%)      40,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     80,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%               60,000 (60.0%)      40,000 (40.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    100,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%               40,000 (66.7%)      20,000 (33.3%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     60,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater          60,000 (33.3%)     120,000   (66.7%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    180,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Self          120,000   (33.3%)   240,000   (66.7%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    360,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Spouse         20,000 (33.3%)      20,000 (33.3%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     60,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Non-Adult)      320,000   (61.5%)   200,000   (38.5%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    520,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Adult)           80,000 (50.0%)      80,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    160,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Parent             0     (0.0%)    20,000 (100.0%)      0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     20,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Other         120,000   (66.7%)    60,000 (33.3%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    180,000




                                                                                                                                                      161
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
                                                                                                                                                                         18

              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                          CY 2001 Full Sample, Original Weight
                       Version=F: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, Edited CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=3

                                                                                                                            Persons Not
                                                                 Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                   Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                               Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                        Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured       Total
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: Yes                   200,000   (62.5%)   120,000   (37.5%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    320,000
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: No                    460,000   (47.9%)   500,000   (52.1%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    960,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Medical Svc. Not Rcvd.          60,000 (50.0%)      60,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    120,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Med. Service Received          160,000   (44.4%)   200,000   (55.6%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    360,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Svc. Not Noted          100,000   (45.5%)   120,000   (54.5%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    220,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Service Noted           340,000   (58.6%)   240,000   (41.4%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    580,000
No MAX Data Available                                  0     (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     20,000
Received Benefits in Survey Year

   Began Rcvng. Q1 Prev. Year or Earlier          460,000   (46.9%)   520,000   (53.1%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    980,000
   Began Receiving Q2 Prev. Year                   40,000 (66.7%)      20,000 (33.3%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     60,000
   Began Receiving Q3 Prev. Year                   20,000 (50.0%)      20,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     40,000
   Began Receiving Q4 Prev. Year                   40,000 (66.7%)      20,000 (33.3%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     60,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year             0     (0.0%)    20,000 (100.0%)      0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     20,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year       60,000 (60.0%)      40,000 (40.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    100,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year          500,000   (49.0%)   520,000   (51.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,020,000
Did Not Receive Benefits in Survey Year

   Last Received Q1 Prev. Year                     20,000 (50.0%)          0     (0.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     40,000
   Last Received Q2 Prev. Year                     20,000 (100.0%)     20,000 (100.0%)      0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     20,000
   Last Received Q3 Prev. Year                     40,000 (66.7%)      20,000 (33.3%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     60,000
   Last Received Q4 Prev. Year                     20,000 (50.0%)      20,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     40,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year         20,000 (100.0%)         0     (0.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     20,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year       20,000 (50.0%)          0     (0.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     40,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year           60,000 (60.0%)      40,000 (40.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    100,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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                Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                        CY 2001 Full Sample, Original Weight
                    Version=G: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, Imputed CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                   Persons Not
                                                        Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                          Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                      Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics               Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                Total
Total Unweighted Count                       500   (17.5%)      450    (15.8%)      150     (5.3%)        950   (33.3%)      100    (3.5%)      700    (24.6%)      2,850
Total Weighted Count                     660,000   (19.1%)   520,000   (15.0%)   220,000    (6.4%)   1,120,000 (32.4%)    100,000   (2.9%)   840,000   (24.3%)   3,460,000
Age 0 - 5                                160,000   (21.1%)   140,000   (18.4%)    20,000    (2.6%)    260,000   (34.2%)        0    (0.0%)   160,000   (21.1%)    760,000
Age 6 - 14                               200,000   (21.7%)   140,000   (15.2%)        0     (0.0%)    320,000   (34.8%)        0    (0.0%)   240,000   (26.1%)    920,000
Age 15 - 17                               40,000 (18.2%)      20,000    (9.1%)        0     (0.0%)    100,000   (45.5%)        0    (0.0%)    60,000 (27.3%)      220,000
Age 18 - 44                              200,000   (20.4%)    80,000    (8.2%)    40,000    (4.1%)    340,000   (34.7%)        0    (0.0%)   300,000   (30.6%)    980,000
Age 45 - 64                               60,000 (17.6%)      60,000 (17.6%)      40,000 (11.8%)      100,000   (29.4%)    20,000   (5.9%)    60,000 (17.6%)      340,000
Age 65+                                       0     (0.0%)    60,000 (23.1%)     100,000   (38.5%)          0    (0.0%)    80,000 (30.8%)         0     (0.0%)    260,000
White                                    340,000   (17.0%)   300,000   (15.0%)   140,000    (7.0%)    680,000   (34.0%)    60,000   (3.0%)   480,000   (24.0%)   2,000,000
Black                                    280,000   (23.7%)   180,000   (15.3%)    40,000    (3.4%)    360,000   (30.5%)    40,000   (3.4%)   280,000   (23.7%)   1,180,000
AIAN                                      20,000 (20.0%)           0    (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)     20,000 (20.0%)          0    (0.0%)    40,000 (40.0%)      100,000
API                                       40,000 (22.2%)      20,000 (11.1%)      20,000 (11.1%)       60,000 (33.3%)          0    (0.0%)    40,000 (22.2%)      180,000
Male                                     280,000   (20.0%)   200,000   (14.3%)    60,000    (4.3%)    480,000   (34.3%)    40,000   (2.9%)   320,000   (22.9%)   1,400,000
Female                                   380,000   (18.4%)   300,000   (14.6%)   160,000    (7.8%)    640,000   (31.1%)    60,000   (2.9%)   520,000   (25.2%)   2,060,000
Hispanic                                 160,000   (23.5%)   120,000   (17.6%)    40,000    (5.9%)    180,000   (26.5%)    20,000   (2.9%)   180,000   (26.5%)    680,000
Non-Hispanic                             500,000   (18.0%)   400,000   (14.4%)   180,000    (6.5%)    940,000   (33.8%)   100,000   (3.6%)   660,000   (23.7%)   2,780,000
CPS SSI - Yes                            100,000   (50.0%)    80,000 (40.0%)          0     (0.0%)          0    (0.0%)        0    (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)    200,000
CPS SSI - No                             560,000   (17.2%)   440,000   (13.5%)   220,000    (6.7%)   1,100,000 (33.7%)    100,000   (3.1%)   840,000   (25.8%)   3,260,000
CPS TANF - Yes                           180,000   (56.3%)   100,000   (31.3%)        0     (0.0%)     20,000    (6.3%)        0    (0.0%)    20,000    (6.3%)    320,000
CPS TANF - No                            480,000   (15.3%)   420,000   (13.4%)   220,000    (7.0%)   1,100,000 (35.0%)    100,000   (3.2%)   820,000   (26.1%)   3,140,000
MSIS SSI - Yes                           140,000   (23.3%)   120,000   (20.0%)   100,000   (16.7%)    120,000   (20.0%)    40,000   (6.7%)    80,000 (13.3%)      600,000
MSIS SSI - No                            520,000   (18.2%)   400,000   (14.0%)   120,000    (4.2%)   1,000,000 (35.0%)     60,000   (2.1%)   760,000   (26.6%)   2,860,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                          CY 2001 Full Sample, Original Weight
                      Version=G: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, Imputed CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                         Persons Not
                                                              Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                            Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                     Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured               Total
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                       640,000   (19.6%)   500,000   (15.3%)   200,000    (6.1%)   1,040,000 (31.9%)    80,000   (2.5%)   800,000   (24.5%)   3,260,000
MSIS Ins.: Partial not CHIP                     20,000 (16.7%)      20,000 (16.7%)      20,000 (16.7%)       40,000 (33.3%)     20,000 (16.7%)     20,000 (16.7%)      120,000
MSIS Ins.: Medicaid Expansion CHIP                  0     (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)     40,000 (50.0%)         0    (0.0%)    20,000 (25.0%)       80,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                 200,000   (31.3%)    80,000 (12.5%)      40,000    (6.3%)    120,000   (18.8%)   20,000   (3.1%)   200,000   (31.3%)    640,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%                120,000   (35.3%)    60,000 (17.6%)      40,000 (11.8%)       60,000 (17.6%)         0    (0.0%)    80,000 (23.5%)      340,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%                 60,000 (20.0%)      60,000 (20.0%)      20,000    (6.7%)     80,000 (26.7%)     20,000   (6.7%)    40,000 (13.3%)      300,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%               60,000 (25.0%)      60,000 (25.0%)      20,000    (8.3%)     60,000 (25.0%)         0    (0.0%)    60,000 (25.0%)      240,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%               60,000 (21.4%)      40,000 (14.3%)      20,000    (7.1%)     80,000 (28.6%)     20,000   (7.1%)    60,000 (21.4%)      280,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%               40,000 (14.3%)      40,000 (14.3%)      20,000    (7.1%)    100,000   (35.7%)       0    (0.0%)    80,000 (28.6%)      280,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%               20,000 (10.0%)      40,000 (20.0%)          0     (0.0%)     80,000 (40.0%)         0    (0.0%)    60,000 (30.0%)      200,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater         120,000   (10.2%)   180,000   (15.3%)    80,000    (6.8%)    520,000   (44.1%)   40,000   (3.4%)   240,000   (20.3%)   1,180,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Self          160,000   (18.2%)   140,000   (15.9%)   100,000   (11.4%)    220,000   (25.0%)   60,000   (6.8%)   180,000   (20.5%)    880,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Spouse         20,000 (12.5%)      20,000 (12.5%)      20,000 (12.5%)       80,000 (50.0%)         0    (0.0%)    40,000 (25.0%)      160,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Non-Adult)      320,000   (21.1%)   280,000   (18.4%)    20,000    (1.3%)    580,000   (38.2%)       0    (0.0%)   280,000   (18.4%)   1,520,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Adult)           60,000 (23.1%)      20,000    (7.7%)    20,000    (7.7%)     80,000 (30.8%)         0    (0.0%)    80,000 (30.8%)      260,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Parent             0     (0.0%)    20,000 (25.0%)      20,000 (25.0%)       20,000 (25.0%)     20,000 (25.0%)         0     (0.0%)     80,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Other         100,000   (17.9%)    40,000    (7.1%)    40,000    (7.1%)    140,000   (25.0%)   20,000   (3.6%)   240,000   (42.9%)    560,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                         CY 2001 Full Sample, Original Weight
                     Version=G: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, Imputed CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=3

                                                                                                                            Persons Not
                                                                 Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                   Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                               Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                        Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured               Total
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: Yes                   200,000   (28.6%)    80,000 (11.4%)      20,000    (2.9%)   180,000   (25.7%)        0    (0.0%)   240,000   (34.3%)    700,000
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: No                    460,000   (16.8%)   440,000   (16.1%)   200,000    (7.3%)   940,000   (34.3%)   100,000   (3.6%)   600,000   (21.9%)   2,740,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Medical Svc. Not Rcvd.          40,000 (14.3%)      40,000 (14.3%)      20,000    (7.1%)   100,000   (35.7%)    20,000   (7.1%)    60,000 (21.4%)      280,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Med. Service Received          160,000   (18.2%)   140,000   (15.9%)   100,000   (11.4%)   280,000   (31.8%)    40,000   (4.5%)   160,000   (18.2%)    880,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Svc. Not Noted          120,000   (22.2%)    60,000 (11.1%)      20,000    (3.7%)   200,000   (37.0%)        0    (0.0%)   140,000   (25.9%)    540,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Service Noted           360,000   (20.7%)   260,000   (14.9%)    80,000    (4.6%)   520,000   (29.9%)    20,000   (1.1%)   480,000   (27.6%)   1,740,000
No MAX Data Available                                  0     (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)    20,000 (100.0%)         0    (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)     20,000
Received Benefits in Survey Year

   Began Rcvng. Q1 Prev. Year or Earlier          520,000   (22.0%)   400,000   (16.9%)   140,000    (5.9%)   680,000   (28.8%)    80,000   (3.4%)   560,000   (23.7%)   2,360,000
   Began Receiving Q2 Prev. Year                   20,000 (12.5%)      20,000 (12.5%)      20,000 (12.5%)      60,000 (37.5%)          0    (0.0%)    40,000 (25.0%)      160,000
   Began Receiving Q3 Prev. Year                   40,000 (22.2%)      20,000 (11.1%)      20,000 (11.1%)      60,000 (33.3%)          0    (0.0%)    60,000 (33.3%)      180,000
   Began Receiving Q4 Prev. Year                   40,000 (20.0%)      20,000 (10.0%)      20,000 (10.0%)      80,000 (40.0%)          0    (0.0%)    40,000 (20.0%)      200,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year         20,000 (25.0%)      20,000 (25.0%)          0     (0.0%)    40,000 (50.0%)          0    (0.0%)    20,000 (25.0%)       80,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year       40,000 (14.3%)      40,000 (14.3%)      20,000    (7.1%)   100,000   (35.7%)        0    (0.0%)    80,000 (28.6%)      280,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year          540,000   (21.1%)   420,000   (16.4%)   160,000    (6.3%)   740,000   (28.9%)    80,000   (3.1%)   600,000   (23.4%)   2,560,000
Did Not Receive Benefits in Survey Year

   Last Received Q1 Prev. Year                     20,000 (20.0%)          0     (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)    40,000 (40.0%)          0    (0.0%)    40,000 (40.0%)      100,000
   Last Received Q2 Prev. Year                         0     (0.0%)    20,000 (16.7%)          0     (0.0%)    60,000 (50.0%)          0    (0.0%)    20,000 (16.7%)      120,000
   Last Received Q3 Prev. Year                     20,000 (11.1%)      20,000 (11.1%)      20,000 (11.1%)      80,000 (44.4%)          0    (0.0%)    40,000 (22.2%)      180,000
   Last Received Q4 Prev. Year                     20,000 (16.7%)      20,000 (16.7%)          0     (0.0%)    60,000 (50.0%)          0    (0.0%)    40,000 (33.3%)      120,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year             0     (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)    40,000 (50.0%)          0    (0.0%)    20,000 (25.0%)       80,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year           0     (0.0%)    20,000 (14.3%)          0     (0.0%)    80,000 (57.1%)          0    (0.0%)    40,000 (28.6%)      140,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year           40,000 (12.5%)      40,000 (12.5%)      20,000    (6.3%)   140,000   (43.8%)        0    (0.0%)    80,000 (25.0%)      320,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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                Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                        CY 2001 Full Sample, Original Weight
                  Version=H: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, Explicit CPS Health Insurance Responses run Version Page=1

                                                                                                                   Persons Not
                                                        Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                          Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                      Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics               Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                       Total
Total Unweighted Count                     9,550 (44.6%)         3,050 (14.3%)        1,850     (8.6%)      3,450 (16.1%)        500     (2.3%)      3,050 (14.3%)        21,400
Total Weighted Count                   11,100,000   (44.4%)   3,620,000 (14.5%)    2,180,000    (8.7%)   3,860,000 (15.4%)    520,000    (2.1%)   3,720,000 (14.9%)    25,000,000
Age 0 - 5                               3,120,000 (54.2%)      520,000    (9.0%)    420,000     (7.3%)    920,000   (16.0%)   120,000    (2.1%)    680,000   (11.8%)    5,760,000
Age 6 - 14                              3,480,000 (51.5%)      600,000    (8.9%)    480,000     (7.1%)   1,160,000 (17.2%)    120,000    (1.8%)    900,000   (13.3%)    6,760,000
Age 15 - 17                              700,000    (48.6%)    120,000    (8.3%)    100,000     (6.9%)    240,000   (16.7%)    20,000    (1.4%)    260,000   (18.1%)    1,440,000
Age 18 - 44                             2,840,000 (41.5%)      720,000   (10.5%)    280,000     (4.1%)   1,340,000 (19.6%)     40,000    (0.6%)   1,620,000 (23.7%)     6,840,000
Age 45 - 64                              960,000    (42.9%)    560,000   (25.0%)    260,000    (11.6%)    180,000    (8.0%)    40,000    (1.8%)    240,000   (10.7%)    2,240,000
Age 65+                                        0     (0.0%)   1,100,000 (55.6%)     660,000    (33.3%)          0    (0.0%)   200,000   (10.1%)     20,000    (1.0%)    1,980,000
White                                   7,300,000 (43.3%)     2,660,000 (15.8%)    1,460,000    (8.7%)   2,560,000 (15.2%)    400,000    (2.4%)   2,480,000 (14.7%)    16,850,000
Black                                   3,060,000 (46.9%)      740,000   (11.3%)    540,000     (8.3%)   1,060,000 (16.3%)    100,000    (1.5%)   1,000,000 (15.3%)     6,520,000
AIAN                                     360,000    (48.6%)    100,000   (13.5%)     60,000     (8.1%)    100,000   (13.5%)    20,000    (2.7%)    120,000   (16.2%)     740,000
API                                      360,000    (40.9%)    120,000   (13.6%)    100,000    (11.4%)    120,000   (13.6%)    20,000    (2.3%)    140,000   (15.9%)     880,000
Male                                    4,820,000 (46.3%)     1,400,000 (13.5%)     920,000     (8.8%)   1,580,000 (15.2%)    220,000    (2.1%)   1,460,000 (14.0%)    10,400,000
Female                                  6,280,000 (43.0%)     2,220,000 (15.2%)    1,260,000    (8.6%)   2,280,000 (15.6%)    300,000    (2.1%)   2,280,000 (15.6%)    14,600,000
Hispanic                                2,660,000 (48.4%)      520,000    (9.5%)    440,000     (8.0%)    700,000   (12.7%)    40,000    (0.7%)   1,160,000 (21.1%)     5,500,000
Non-Hispanic                            8,440,000 (43.3%)     3,100,000 (15.9%)    1,740,000    (8.9%)   3,160,000 (16.2%)    480,000    (2.5%)   2,580,000 (13.2%)    19,500,000
CPS SSI - Yes                           1,100,000 (48.2%)     1,060,000 (46.5%)      80,000     (3.5%)          0    (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)     20,000    (0.9%)    2,280,000
CPS SSI - No                           10,000,000   (44.0%)   2,560,000 (11.3%)    2,100,000    (9.2%)   3,840,000 (16.9%)    520,000    (2.3%)   3,700,000 (16.3%)    22,750,000
CPS TANF - Yes                          2,540,000 (84.1%)      300,000    (9.9%)     80,000     (2.6%)     20,000    (0.7%)        0     (0.0%)     80,000    (2.6%)    3,020,000
CPS TANF - No                           8,560,000 (38.9%)     3,320,000 (15.1%)    2,100,000    (9.5%)   3,840,000 (17.5%)    520,000    (2.4%)   3,660,000 (16.6%)    22,000,000
MSIS SSI - Yes                          1,520,000 (40.9%)     1,300,000 (34.9%)     460,000    (12.4%)    160,000    (4.3%)    40,000    (1.1%)    220,000    (5.9%)    3,720,000
MSIS SSI - No                           9,580,000 (45.0%)     2,320,000 (10.9%)    1,720,000    (8.1%)   3,700,000 (17.4%)    480,000    (2.3%)   3,500,000 (16.4%)    21,300,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                          CY 2001 Full Sample, Original Weight
                    Version=H: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, Explicit CPS Health Insurance Responses run Version Page=2

                                                                                                                         Persons Not
                                                              Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                            Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                     Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                        Total
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                     10,800,000   (46.1%)   3,380,000 (14.4%)     1,800,000    (7.7%)   3,580,000 (15.3%)    380,000    (1.6%)   3,480,000 (14.8%)    23,450,000
MSIS Ins.: Partial not CHIP                    100,000    (10.0%)    180,000    (18.0%)    320,000    (32.0%)    140,000   (14.0%)   120,000   (12.0%)    140,000   (14.0%)    1,000,000
MSIS Ins.: Medicaid Expansion CHIP             200,000    (34.5%)     60,000 (10.3%)        60,000 (10.3%)       140,000   (24.1%)    20,000    (3.4%)    100,000   (17.2%)     580,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                2,760,000 (65.1%)      240,000     (5.7%)    280,000     (6.6%)    140,000    (3.3%)    20,000    (0.5%)    780,000   (18.4%)    4,240,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%               1,740,000 (59.6%)      380,000    (13.0%)    180,000     (6.2%)    200,000    (6.8%)    20,000    (0.7%)    400,000   (13.7%)    2,920,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%               1,600,000 (46.2%)      800,000    (23.1%)    340,000     (9.8%)    240,000    (6.9%)    60,000    (1.7%)    420,000   (12.1%)    3,460,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%             1,380,000 (44.5%)      540,000    (17.4%)    320,000    (10.3%)    360,000   (11.6%)    80,000    (2.6%)    420,000   (13.5%)    3,100,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%              960,000    (41.0%)    300,000    (12.8%)    240,000    (10.3%)    400,000   (17.1%)   100,000    (4.3%)    340,000   (14.5%)    2,340,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%              760,000    (38.0%)    300,000    (15.0%)    160,000     (8.0%)    480,000   (24.0%)    40,000    (2.0%)    260,000   (13.0%)    2,000,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%              520,000    (34.2%)    200,000    (13.2%)    180,000    (11.8%)    340,000   (22.4%)    40,000    (2.6%)    240,000   (15.8%)    1,520,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater        1,380,000 (25.5%)      860,000    (15.9%)    480,000     (8.9%)   1,680,000 (31.0%)    180,000    (3.3%)    840,000   (15.5%)    5,420,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Self         2,200,000 (35.0%)     1,580,000 (25.2%)      720,000    (11.5%)    800,000   (12.7%)   200,000    (3.2%)    780,000   (12.4%)    6,280,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Spouse        480,000    (31.2%)    240,000    (15.6%)    160,000    (10.4%)    320,000   (20.8%)    40,000    (2.6%)    320,000   (20.8%)    1,540,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Non-Adult)     6,000,000 (53.1%)     1,100,000    (9.7%)    740,000     (6.5%)   1,960,000 (17.3%)    240,000    (2.1%)   1,240,000 (11.0%)    11,300,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Adult)          620,000    (40.8%)    200,000    (13.2%)    100,000     (6.6%)    220,000   (14.5%)    20,000    (1.3%)    380,000   (25.0%)    1,520,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Parent         60,000 (17.6%)       140,000    (41.2%)    100,000    (29.4%)     20,000    (5.9%)        0     (0.0%)     40,000 (11.8%)       340,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Other        1,760,000 (43.8%)      360,000     (9.0%)    380,000     (9.5%)    520,000   (12.9%)    40,000    (1.0%)    980,000   (24.4%)    4,020,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                         CY 2001 Full Sample, Original Weight
                   Version=H: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, Explicit CPS Health Insurance Responses run Version Page=3

                                                                                                                            Persons Not
                                                                 Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                   Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                               Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                        Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                     Total
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: Yes                 3,020,000 (61.9%)      320,000    (6.6%)    220,000     (4.5%)    600,000   (12.3%)    20,000   (0.4%)    720,000   (14.8%)    4,880,000
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: No                  7,980,000 (40.0%)     3,280,000 (16.4%)    1,940,000    (9.7%)   3,260,000 (16.3%)    500,000   (2.5%)   3,000,000 (15.0%)    19,950,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Medical Svc. Not Rcvd.         320,000   (16.8%)    180,000    (9.5%)    300,000    (15.8%)    540,000   (28.4%)   120,000   (6.3%)    440,000   (23.2%)    1,900,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Med. Service Received        2,820,000 (41.3%)     1,480,000 (21.7%)     720,000    (10.6%)    780,000   (11.4%)   140,000   (2.1%)    880,000   (12.9%)    6,820,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Svc. Not Noted        1,200,000 (35.7%)      300,000    (8.9%)    280,000     (8.3%)    860,000   (25.6%)    60,000   (1.8%)    660,000   (19.6%)    3,360,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Service Noted         6,680,000 (52.4%)     1,660,000 (13.0%)     860,000     (6.7%)   1,660,000 (13.0%)    180,000   (1.4%)   1,720,000 (13.5%)    12,750,000
No MAX Data Available                             100,000   (55.6%)     20,000 (11.1%)       20,000 (11.1%)        20,000 (11.1%)          0    (0.0%)     20,000 (11.1%)       180,000
Received Benefits in Survey Year

   Began Rcvng. Q1 Prev. Year or Earlier        8,940,000 (51.8%)     2,820,000 (16.3%)    1,540,000    (8.9%)   1,800,000 (10.4%)    320,000   (1.9%)   1,840,000 (10.7%)    17,250,000
   Began Receiving Q2 Prev. Year                  580,000   (43.3%)    200,000   (14.9%)    120,000     (9.0%)    180,000   (13.4%)    60,000   (4.5%)    220,000   (16.4%)    1,340,000
   Began Receiving Q3 Prev. Year                  460,000   (36.5%)    200,000   (15.9%)    100,000     (7.9%)    220,000   (17.5%)    40,000   (3.2%)    260,000   (20.6%)    1,260,000
   Began Receiving Q4 Prev. Year                  400,000   (31.7%)    100,000    (7.9%)    140,000    (11.1%)    300,000   (23.8%)    20,000   (1.6%)    300,000   (23.8%)    1,260,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year        140,000   (25.9%)     20,000    (3.7%)     60,000 (11.1%)       140,000   (25.9%)        0    (0.0%)    160,000   (29.6%)     540,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year      660,000   (34.0%)    240,000   (12.4%)    200,000    (10.3%)    400,000   (20.6%)    40,000   (2.1%)    440,000   (22.7%)    1,940,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year        9,560,000 (51.4%)     3,060,000 (16.5%)    1,660,000    (8.9%)   1,960,000 (10.5%)    380,000   (2.0%)   2,020,000 (10.9%)    18,600,000
Did Not Receive Benefits in Survey Year

   Last Received Q1 Prev. Year                     60,000    (8.6%)     40,000    (5.7%)     40,000     (5.7%)    360,000   (51.4%)    20,000   (2.9%)    200,000   (28.6%)     700,000
   Last Received Q2 Prev. Year                     80,000    (9.5%)     40,000    (4.8%)     60,000     (7.1%)    340,000   (40.5%)    20,000   (2.4%)    300,000   (35.7%)     840,000
   Last Received Q3 Prev. Year                    440,000   (31.4%)    120,000    (8.6%)    120,000     (8.6%)    360,000   (25.7%)    20,000   (1.4%)    360,000   (25.7%)    1,400,000
   Last Received Q4 Prev. Year                    180,000   (18.8%)    100,000   (10.4%)     60,000     (6.3%)    320,000   (33.3%)    20,000   (2.1%)    260,000   (27.1%)     960,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year         40,000    (7.4%)     20,000    (3.7%)     40,000     (7.4%)    260,000   (48.1%)    20,000   (3.7%)    160,000   (29.6%)     540,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year      100,000    (8.9%)     60,000    (5.4%)     60,000     (5.4%)    440,000   (39.3%)    40,000   (3.6%)    400,000   (35.7%)    1,120,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year          580,000   (25.9%)    220,000    (9.8%)    180,000     (8.0%)    660,000   (29.5%)    40,000   (1.8%)    560,000   (25.0%)    2,240,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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                Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                           CY 2001 Full Sample, Re-Weighted
                         Version=A: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, All CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                      Persons Not
                                                           Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                             Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                         Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                  Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                      Total
Total Unweighted Count                       10,400 (43.5%)         3,800 (15.9%)        1,650     (6.9%)      4,100 (17.2%)        450    (1.9%)      3,500 (14.6%)        23,900
Total Weighted Count                      14,750,000   (41.0%)   5,800,000 (16.1%)    2,700,000    (7.5%)   5,880,000 (16.3%)    620,000   (1.7%)   6,260,000 (17.4%)    36,000,000
Age 0 - 5                                  3,920,000 (50.6%)      840,000   (10.9%)    500,000     (6.5%)   1,280,000 (16.5%)    120,000   (1.6%)   1,060,000 (13.7%)     7,740,000
Age 6 - 14                                 4,340,000 (47.8%)      980,000   (10.8%)    520,000     (5.7%)   1,640,000 (18.1%)    120,000   (1.3%)   1,480,000 (16.3%)     9,080,000
Age 15 - 17                                 900,000    (44.1%)    200,000    (9.8%)    120,000     (5.9%)    380,000   (18.6%)    20,000   (1.0%)    400,000   (19.6%)    2,040,000
Age 18 - 44                                4,120,000 (38.1%)     1,260,000 (11.7%)     420,000     (3.9%)   2,140,000 (19.8%)     40,000   (0.4%)   2,820,000 (26.1%)    10,800,000
Age 45 - 64                                1,440,000 (40.9%)      880,000   (25.0%)    340,000     (9.7%)    380,000   (10.8%)    40,000   (1.1%)    440,000   (12.5%)    3,520,000
Age 65+                                      20,000     (0.7%)   1,640,000 (58.6%)     820,000    (29.3%)     20,000    (0.7%)   260,000   (9.3%)     40,000    (1.4%)    2,800,000
Age Other                                         0     (0.0%)          0    (0.0%)          0     (0.0%)          0    (0.0%)        0    (0.0%)          0    (0.0%)      20,000
White                                      9,440,000 (40.3%)     4,000,000 (17.1%)    1,740,000    (7.4%)   3,840,000 (16.4%)    440,000   (1.9%)   4,000,000 (17.1%)    23,450,000
Black                                      4,320,000 (42.8%)     1,420,000 (14.1%)     680,000     (6.7%)   1,700,000 (16.8%)    160,000   (1.6%)   1,800,000 (17.8%)    10,100,000
AIAN                                        500,000    (46.3%)    120,000   (11.1%)    100,000     (9.3%)    120,000   (11.1%)    20,000   (1.9%)    220,000   (20.4%)    1,080,000
API                                         500,000    (35.7%)    240,000   (17.1%)    180,000    (12.9%)    220,000   (15.7%)    20,000   (1.4%)    240,000   (17.1%)    1,400,000
Male                                       6,260,000 (43.0%)     2,200,000 (15.1%)    1,100,000    (7.6%)   2,360,000 (16.2%)    280,000   (1.9%)   2,380,000 (16.4%)    14,550,000
Female                                     8,480,000 (39.6%)     3,600,000 (16.8%)    1,600,000    (7.5%)   3,520,000 (16.4%)    340,000   (1.6%)   3,880,000 (18.1%)    21,400,000
Hispanic                                   3,460,000 (44.7%)      900,000   (11.6%)    540,000     (7.0%)   1,040,000 (13.4%)     60,000   (0.8%)   1,740,000 (22.5%)     7,740,000
Non-Hispanic                              11,300,000   (40.0%)   4,900,000 (17.3%)    2,160,000    (7.6%)   4,840,000 (17.1%)    580,000   (2.1%)   4,500,000 (15.9%)    28,250,000
CPS SSI - Yes                              1,720,000 (44.6%)     1,960,000 (50.8%)     100,000     (2.6%)     20,000    (0.5%)        0    (0.0%)     40,000    (1.0%)    3,860,000
CPS SSI - No                              13,000,000   (40.4%)   3,840,000 (11.9%)    2,600,000    (8.1%)   5,840,000 (18.2%)    620,000   (1.9%)   6,220,000 (19.3%)    32,150,000
CPS TANF - Yes                             3,700,000 (77.7%)      780,000   (16.4%)    100,000     (2.1%)     60,000    (1.3%)        0    (0.0%)    120,000    (2.5%)    4,760,000
CPS TANF - No                             11,050,000   (35.4%)   5,040,000 (16.1%)    2,600,000    (8.3%)   5,820,000 (18.6%)    620,000   (2.0%)   6,140,000 (19.6%)    31,250,000
MSIS SSI - Yes                             2,300,000 (35.0%)     2,400,000 (36.5%)     860,000    (13.1%)    420,000    (6.4%)   140,000   (2.1%)    460,000    (7.0%)    6,580,000
MSIS SSI - No                             12,450,000   (42.3%)   3,400,000 (11.6%)    1,840,000    (6.3%)   5,460,000 (18.6%)    480,000   (1.6%)   5,800,000 (19.7%)    29,400,000




                                                                                                                                                                 169
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                             CY 2001 Full Sample, Re-Weighted
                           Version=A: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, All CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                         Persons Not
                                                              Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                            Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                     Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                      Total
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                     14,750,000   (41.0%)   5,800,000 (16.1%)    2,700,000    (7.5%)   5,880,000 (16.3%)    620,000   (1.7%)   6,260,000 (17.4%)    36,000,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                3,820,000 (57.9%)      520,000    (7.9%)    380,000     (5.8%)    360,000    (5.5%)    40,000   (0.6%)   1,460,000 (22.1%)     6,600,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%               2,440,000 (55.2%)      660,000   (14.9%)    240,000     (5.4%)    360,000    (8.1%)    20,000   (0.5%)    700,000   (15.8%)    4,420,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%               2,120,000 (44.0%)     1,140,000 (23.7%)     420,000     (8.7%)    440,000    (9.1%)    80,000   (1.7%)    640,000   (13.3%)    4,820,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%             1,780,000 (43.0%)      840,000   (20.3%)    340,000     (8.2%)    500,000   (12.1%)    60,000   (1.4%)    640,000   (15.5%)    4,140,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%             1,200,000 (38.0%)      480,000   (15.2%)    280,000     (8.9%)    560,000   (17.7%)   120,000   (3.8%)    560,000   (17.7%)    3,160,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%              960,000    (34.0%)    460,000   (16.3%)    200,000     (7.1%)    680,000   (24.1%)    40,000   (1.4%)    460,000   (16.3%)    2,820,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%              640,000    (31.1%)    320,000   (15.5%)    200,000     (9.7%)    500,000   (24.3%)    40,000   (1.9%)    380,000   (18.4%)    2,060,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater        1,800,000 (22.5%)     1,400,000 (17.5%)     640,000     (8.0%)   2,500,000 (31.3%)    220,000   (2.8%)   1,440,000 (18.0%)     8,000,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Self         3,240,000 (33.8%)     2,440,000 (25.4%)     920,000     (9.6%)   1,360,000 (14.2%)    240,000   (2.5%)   1,440,000 (15.0%)     9,600,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Spouse        640,000    (28.8%)    360,000   (16.2%)    180,000     (8.1%)    500,000   (22.5%)    40,000   (1.8%)    500,000   (22.5%)    2,220,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Non-Adult)     7,520,000 (49.5%)     1,820,000 (12.0%)     840,000     (5.5%)   2,820,000 (18.6%)    240,000   (1.6%)   1,940,000 (12.8%)    15,200,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Adult)          940,000    (37.6%)    360,000   (14.4%)    140,000     (5.6%)    380,000   (15.2%)    20,000   (0.8%)    660,000   (26.4%)    2,500,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Parent         80,000 (12.9%)       260,000   (41.9%)    160,000    (25.8%)     40,000    (6.5%)    20,000   (3.2%)     60,000    (9.7%)     620,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Other        2,320,000 (39.7%)      580,000    (9.9%)    480,000     (8.2%)    760,000   (13.0%)    60,000   (1.0%)   1,660,000 (28.4%)     5,840,000




                                                                                                                                                                    170
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                           CY 2001 Full Sample, Re-Weighted
                         Version=A: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, All CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=3

                                                                                                                            Persons Not
                                                                 Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                   Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                               Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                        Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                      Total
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: Yes                  4,160,000 (55.6%)      620,000    (8.3%)    280,000     (3.7%)    980,000   (13.1%)    40,000   (0.5%)   1,400,000 (18.7%)     7,480,000
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: No                  10,450,000   (36.9%)   5,160,000 (18.2%)    2,400,000    (8.5%)   4,860,000 (17.2%)    580,000   (2.0%)   4,820,000 (17.0%)    28,300,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Medical Svc. Not Rcvd.         480,000    (20.9%)    280,000   (12.2%)    200,000     (8.7%)    660,000   (28.7%)    60,000   (2.6%)    640,000   (27.8%)    2,300,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Med. Service Received         3,720,000 (37.8%)     2,240,000 (22.8%)     980,000    (10.0%)   1,280,000 (13.0%)    240,000   (2.4%)   1,400,000 (14.2%)     9,840,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Svc. Not Noted         1,700,000 (34.0%)      560,000   (11.2%)    340,000     (6.8%)   1,260,000 (25.2%)     60,000   (1.2%)   1,080,000 (21.6%)     5,000,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Service Noted          8,720,000 (46.9%)     2,680,000 (14.4%)    1,160,000    (6.2%)   2,660,000 (14.3%)    260,000   (1.4%)   3,120,000 (16.8%)    18,600,000
No MAX Data Available                             120,000    (50.0%)     20,000    (8.3%)     20,000     (8.3%)     20,000    (8.3%)        0    (0.0%)     40,000 (16.7%)       240,000
Received Benefits in Survey Year

   Began Rcvng. Q1 Prev. Year or Earlier        11,500,000   (47.5%)   4,500,000 (18.6%)    1,800,000    (7.4%)   2,820,000 (11.7%)    400,000   (1.7%)   3,200,000 (13.2%)    24,200,000
   Began Receiving Q2 Prev. Year                  780,000    (39.8%)    300,000   (15.3%)    160,000     (8.2%)    300,000   (15.3%)    60,000   (3.1%)    360,000   (18.4%)    1,960,000
   Began Receiving Q3 Prev. Year                  620,000    (34.1%)    280,000   (15.4%)    140,000     (7.7%)    340,000   (18.7%)    40,000   (2.2%)    400,000   (22.0%)    1,820,000
   Began Receiving Q4 Prev. Year                  580,000    (30.5%)    180,000    (9.5%)    180,000     (9.5%)    460,000   (24.2%)    20,000   (1.1%)    460,000   (24.2%)    1,900,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year        220,000    (25.6%)    100,000   (11.6%)     60,000     (7.0%)    220,000   (25.6%)        0    (0.0%)    240,000   (27.9%)     860,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year      920,000    (31.7%)    360,000   (12.4%)    260,000     (9.0%)    600,000   (20.7%)    60,000   (2.1%)    700,000   (24.1%)    2,900,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year        12,300,000   (47.0%)   4,820,000 (18.4%)    1,980,000    (7.6%)   3,100,000 (11.9%)    440,000   (1.7%)   3,500,000 (13.4%)    26,150,000
Did Not Receive Benefits in Survey Year

   Last Received Q1 Prev. Year                    140,000    (12.1%)     80,000    (6.9%)     80,000     (6.9%)    480,000   (41.4%)    20,000   (1.7%)    340,000   (29.3%)    1,160,000
   Last Received Q2 Prev. Year                    180,000    (13.4%)     60,000    (4.5%)     80,000     (6.0%)    500,000   (37.3%)    20,000   (1.5%)    500,000   (37.3%)    1,340,000
   Last Received Q3 Prev. Year                    640,000    (29.9%)    220,000   (10.3%)    140,000     (6.5%)    520,000   (24.3%)    20,000   (0.9%)    580,000   (27.1%)    2,140,000
   Last Received Q4 Prev. Year                    320,000    (21.9%)    160,000   (11.0%)     80,000     (5.5%)    460,000   (31.5%)    40,000   (2.7%)    400,000   (27.4%)    1,460,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year        100,000    (11.9%)     40,000    (4.8%)     60,000     (7.1%)    340,000   (40.5%)    20,000   (2.4%)    260,000   (31.0%)     840,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year      260,000    (14.0%)    120,000    (6.5%)    120,000     (6.5%)    660,000   (35.5%)    40,000   (2.2%)    660,000   (35.5%)    1,860,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year          900,000    (26.3%)    360,000   (10.5%)    220,000     (6.4%)    940,000   (27.5%)    40,000   (1.2%)    920,000   (26.9%)    3,420,000




                                                                                                                                                                       171
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
                                                                                                                                                                  4

                Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                            CY 2001 Full Sample, Re-Weighted
                       Version=B: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, Edited CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                     Persons Not
                                                          Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                            Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                        Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                 Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured       Total
Total Unweighted Count                        600    (52.2%)      550    (47.8%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)      1,150
Total Weighted Count                       800,000   (51.3%)   760,000   (48.7%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,560,000
Age 0 - 5                                  200,000   (71.4%)   100,000   (35.7%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    280,000
Age 6 - 14                                 180,000   (56.3%)   120,000   (37.5%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    320,000
Age 15 - 17                                 80,000 (66.7%)      40,000 (33.3%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    120,000
Age 18 - 44                                240,000   (50.0%)   240,000   (50.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    480,000
Age 45 - 64                                 80,000 (36.4%)     140,000   (63.6%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    220,000
Age 65+                                     20,000 (14.3%)     140,000 (100.0%)      0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    140,000
White                                      440,000   (48.9%)   460,000   (51.1%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    900,000
Black                                      300,000   (53.6%)   240,000   (42.9%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    560,000
AIAN                                        40,000 (100.0%)         0     (0.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     40,000
API                                         20,000 (33.3%)      40,000 (66.7%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     60,000
Male                                       320,000   (51.6%)   280,000   (45.2%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    620,000
Female                                     460,000   (48.9%)   460,000   (48.9%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    940,000
Hispanic                                   180,000   (60.0%)   120,000   (40.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    300,000
Non-Hispanic                               620,000   (49.2%)   640,000   (50.8%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,260,000
CPS SSI - Yes                              140,000   (25.0%)   420,000   (75.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    560,000
CPS SSI - No                               660,000   (66.0%)   340,000   (34.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,000,000
CPS TANF - Yes                             380,000   (61.3%)   240,000   (38.7%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    620,000
CPS TANF - No                              400,000   (43.5%)   520,000   (56.5%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    920,000
MSIS SSI - Yes                             140,000   (25.0%)   420,000   (75.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    560,000
MSIS SSI - No                              660,000   (66.0%)   340,000   (34.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,000,000




                                                                                                                                                  172
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                             CY 2001 Full Sample, Re-Weighted
                        Version=B: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, Edited CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                         Persons Not
                                                              Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                            Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                     Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured       Total
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                       800,000   (51.3%)   760,000   (48.7%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,560,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                 180,000   (60.0%)   120,000   (40.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    300,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%                160,000   (53.3%)   140,000   (46.7%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    300,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%                120,000   (50.0%)   120,000   (50.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    240,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%              100,000   (50.0%)   100,000   (50.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    200,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%               40,000 (40.0%)      60,000 (60.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    100,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%               60,000 (50.0%)      60,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    120,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%               40,000 (50.0%)      20,000 (25.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     80,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater          80,000 (36.4%)     140,000   (63.6%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    220,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Self          160,000   (36.4%)   300,000   (68.2%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    440,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Spouse         40,000 (66.7%)      40,000 (66.7%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     60,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Non-Adult)      380,000   (63.3%)   240,000   (40.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    600,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Adult)          100,000   (50.0%)   100,000   (50.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    200,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Parent             0     (0.0%)    20,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     40,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Other         140,000   (70.0%)    80,000 (40.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    200,000




                                                                                                                                                      173
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                            CY 2001 Full Sample, Re-Weighted
                       Version=B: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, Edited CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=3

                                                                                                                            Persons Not
                                                                 Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                   Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                               Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                        Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured       Total
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: Yes                   260,000   (65.0%)   140,000   (35.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    400,000
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: No                    540,000   (47.4%)   620,000   (54.4%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,140,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Medical Svc. Not Rcvd.          60,000 (50.0%)      60,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    120,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Med. Service Received          180,000   (40.9%)   260,000   (59.1%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    440,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Svc. Not Noted          140,000   (50.0%)   140,000   (50.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    280,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Service Noted           400,000   (57.1%)   300,000   (42.9%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    700,000
No MAX Data Available                                  0     (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     20,000
Received Benefits in Survey Year

   Began Rcvng. Q1 Prev. Year or Earlier          520,000   (44.8%)   620,000   (53.4%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,160,000
   Began Receiving Q2 Prev. Year                   40,000 (50.0%)      20,000 (25.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     80,000
   Began Receiving Q3 Prev. Year                   20,000 (33.3%)      20,000 (33.3%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     60,000
   Began Receiving Q4 Prev. Year                   40,000 (50.0%)      20,000 (25.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     80,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year             0     (0.0%)    20,000 (100.0%)      0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     20,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year       60,000 (60.0%)      40,000 (40.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    100,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year          580,000   (47.5%)   640,000   (52.5%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,220,000
Did Not Receive Benefits in Survey Year

   Last Received Q1 Prev. Year                     20,000 (50.0%)      20,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     40,000
   Last Received Q2 Prev. Year                     20,000 (50.0%)          0     (0.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     40,000
   Last Received Q3 Prev. Year                     60,000 (75.0%)      20,000 (25.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     80,000
   Last Received Q4 Prev. Year                     40,000 (100.0%)     20,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     40,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year         20,000 (100.0%)         0     (0.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     20,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year       40,000 (100.0%)         0     (0.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     40,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year           80,000 (66.7%)      40,000 (33.3%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    120,000




                                                                                                                                                         174
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
                                                                                                                                                                           7

                Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                          CY 2001 Full Sample, Re-Weighted
                    Version=C: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, Imputed CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                   Persons Not
                                                        Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                          Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                      Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics               Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                  Total
Total Unweighted Count                       500   (18.5%)      400    (14.8%)      150     (5.6%)        900   (33.3%)       50     (1.9%)        700   (25.9%)      2,700
Total Weighted Count                    1,040,000 (19.5%)    800,000   (15.0%)   380,000    (7.1%)   1,620,000 (30.3%)    160,000    (3.0%)   1,320,000 (24.7%)    5,340,000
Age 0 - 5                                200,000   (20.8%)   180,000   (18.8%)    40,000    (4.2%)    320,000   (33.3%)        0     (0.0%)    220,000   (22.9%)    960,000
Age 6 - 14                               260,000   (21.3%)   200,000   (16.4%)    20,000    (1.6%)    400,000   (32.8%)        0     (0.0%)    340,000   (27.9%)   1,220,000
Age 15 - 17                               60,000 (20.0%)      20,000    (6.7%)        0     (0.0%)    120,000   (40.0%)        0     (0.0%)    100,000   (33.3%)    300,000
Age 18 - 44                              380,000   (21.3%)   160,000    (9.0%)    80,000    (4.5%)    580,000   (32.6%)        0     (0.0%)    580,000   (32.6%)   1,780,000
Age 45 - 64                              140,000   (22.6%)   100,000   (16.1%)    80,000 (12.9%)      160,000   (25.8%)    20,000    (3.2%)    100,000   (16.1%)    620,000
Age 65+                                        0    (0.0%)   140,000   (30.4%)   180,000   (39.1%)     20,000    (4.3%)   120,000   (26.1%)          0    (0.0%)    460,000
White                                    540,000   (17.6%)   460,000   (15.0%)   240,000    (7.8%)    980,000   (32.0%)   100,000    (3.3%)    760,000   (24.8%)   3,060,000
Black                                    440,000   (23.9%)   280,000   (15.2%)    80,000    (4.3%)    540,000   (29.3%)    40,000    (2.2%)    460,000   (25.0%)   1,840,000
AIAN                                      20,000 (14.3%)           0    (0.0%)    20,000 (14.3%)       20,000 (14.3%)          0     (0.0%)     60,000 (42.9%)      140,000
API                                       60,000 (20.0%)      40,000 (13.3%)      40,000 (13.3%)       60,000 (20.0%)      20,000    (6.7%)     60,000 (20.0%)      300,000
Male                                     440,000   (21.6%)   300,000   (14.7%)   100,000    (4.9%)    640,000   (31.4%)    60,000    (2.9%)    500,000   (24.5%)   2,040,000
Female                                   620,000   (18.7%)   500,000   (15.1%)   280,000    (8.4%)    980,000   (29.5%)   100,000    (3.0%)    840,000   (25.3%)   3,320,000
Hispanic                                 240,000   (23.5%)   160,000   (15.7%)    60,000    (5.9%)    260,000   (25.5%)    20,000    (2.0%)    260,000   (25.5%)   1,020,000
Non-Hispanic                             800,000   (18.4%)   640,000   (14.7%)   320,000    (7.4%)   1,340,000 (30.9%)    160,000    (3.7%)   1,060,000 (24.4%)    4,340,000
CPS SSI - Yes                            200,000   (52.6%)   160,000   (42.1%)        0     (0.0%)     20,000    (5.3%)        0     (0.0%)          0    (0.0%)    380,000
CPS SSI - No                             860,000   (17.3%)   640,000   (12.9%)   380,000    (7.7%)   1,600,000 (32.3%)    160,000    (3.2%)   1,320,000 (26.6%)    4,960,000
CPS TANF - Yes                           280,000   (56.0%)   160,000   (32.0%)        0     (0.0%)     20,000    (4.0%)        0     (0.0%)     20,000    (4.0%)    500,000
CPS TANF - No                            760,000   (15.6%)   660,000   (13.6%)   380,000    (7.8%)   1,580,000 (32.5%)    160,000    (3.3%)   1,300,000 (26.7%)    4,860,000
MSIS SSI - Yes                           260,000   (22.4%)   260,000   (22.4%)   200,000   (17.2%)    220,000   (19.0%)    80,000    (6.9%)    140,000   (12.1%)   1,160,000
MSIS SSI - No                            780,000   (18.6%)   560,000   (13.3%)   180,000    (4.3%)   1,400,000 (33.3%)     80,000    (1.9%)   1,200,000 (28.6%)    4,200,000




                                                                                                                                                           175
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
                                                                                                                                                                                8

              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                            CY 2001 Full Sample, Re-Weighted
                      Version=C: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, Imputed CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                         Persons Not
                                                              Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                            Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                     Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                 Total
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                     1,040,000 (19.5%)     800,000   (15.0%)   380,000    (7.1%)   1,620,000 (30.3%)    160,000   (3.0%)   1,320,000 (24.7%)    5,340,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                 300,000   (28.8%)   120,000   (11.5%)    60,000    (5.8%)    200,000   (19.2%)    20,000   (1.9%)    340,000   (32.7%)   1,040,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%                180,000   (32.1%)    60,000 (10.7%)      60,000 (10.7%)      100,000   (17.9%)        0    (0.0%)    140,000   (25.0%)    560,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%                100,000   (20.8%)    80,000 (16.7%)      40,000    (8.3%)    140,000   (29.2%)    20,000   (4.2%)     80,000 (16.7%)      480,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%              120,000   (28.6%)   100,000   (23.8%)    40,000    (9.5%)     80,000 (19.0%)          0    (0.0%)     80,000 (19.0%)      420,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%               80,000 (19.0%)      60,000 (14.3%)      40,000    (9.5%)    120,000   (28.6%)    40,000   (9.5%)    100,000   (23.8%)    420,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%               80,000 (18.2%)      60,000 (13.6%)      20,000    (4.5%)    160,000   (36.4%)        0    (0.0%)    120,000   (27.3%)    440,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%               20,000    (7.1%)    60,000 (21.4%)      20,000    (7.1%)    100,000   (35.7%)    20,000   (7.1%)     80,000 (28.6%)      280,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater         180,000   (10.5%)   260,000   (15.1%)   140,000    (8.1%)    700,000   (40.7%)    60,000   (3.5%)    380,000   (22.1%)   1,720,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Self          320,000   (19.8%)   240,000   (14.8%)   200,000   (12.3%)    400,000   (24.7%)   100,000   (6.2%)    340,000   (21.0%)   1,620,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Spouse         20,000    (6.7%)    40,000 (13.3%)      20,000    (6.7%)    120,000   (40.0%)    20,000   (6.7%)     80,000 (26.7%)      300,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Non-Adult)      440,000   (22.2%)   360,000   (18.2%)    40,000    (2.0%)    740,000   (37.4%)        0    (0.0%)    400,000   (20.2%)   1,980,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Adult)          100,000   (21.7%)    60,000 (13.0%)      40,000    (8.7%)    140,000   (30.4%)        0    (0.0%)    140,000   (30.4%)    460,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Parent         20,000 (14.3%)      40,000 (28.6%)      40,000 (28.6%)       20,000 (14.3%)      20,000 (14.3%)           0    (0.0%)    140,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Other         140,000   (16.7%)    60,000    (7.1%)    60,000    (7.1%)    200,000   (23.8%)    20,000   (2.4%)    360,000   (42.9%)    840,000




                                                                                                                                                                176
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                            CY 2001 Full Sample, Re-Weighted
                      Version=C: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, Imputed CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=3

                                                                                                                            Persons Not
                                                                 Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                   Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                               Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                        Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                Total
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: Yes                   300,000   (26.8%)   100,000    (8.9%)    20,000    (1.8%)    280,000   (25.0%)        0    (0.0%)   400,000   (35.7%)   1,120,000
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: No                    740,000   (17.6%)   700,000   (16.7%)   360,000    (8.6%)   1,320,000 (31.4%)    160,000   (3.8%)   920,000   (21.9%)   4,200,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Medical Svc. Not Rcvd.          60,000 (16.7%)      40,000 (11.1%)      40,000 (11.1%)      120,000   (33.3%)    20,000   (5.6%)   100,000   (27.8%)    360,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Med. Service Received          260,000   (18.3%)   240,000   (16.9%)   180,000   (12.7%)    420,000   (29.6%)    80,000   (5.6%)   240,000   (16.9%)   1,420,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Svc. Not Noted          180,000   (22.0%)   100,000   (12.2%)    40,000    (4.9%)    280,000   (34.1%)    20,000   (2.4%)   200,000   (24.4%)    820,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Service Noted           540,000   (20.0%)   420,000   (15.6%)   140,000    (5.2%)    760,000   (28.1%)    60,000   (2.2%)   760,000   (28.1%)   2,700,000
No MAX Data Available                                  0     (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)     20,000 (100.0%)         0    (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)     20,000
Received Benefits in Survey Year

   Began Rcvng. Q1 Prev. Year or Earlier          800,000   (22.1%)   620,000   (17.1%)   260,000    (7.2%)    940,000   (26.0%)   140,000   (3.9%)   860,000   (23.8%)   3,620,000
   Began Receiving Q2 Prev. Year                   40,000 (15.4%)      20,000    (7.7%)    40,000 (15.4%)       80,000 (30.8%)          0    (0.0%)    60,000 (23.1%)      260,000
   Began Receiving Q3 Prev. Year                   60,000 (21.4%)      40,000 (14.3%)      20,000    (7.1%)     80,000 (28.6%)          0    (0.0%)    60,000 (21.4%)      280,000
   Began Receiving Q4 Prev. Year                   60,000 (18.8%)      40,000 (12.5%)      20,000    (6.3%)    140,000   (43.8%)        0    (0.0%)    60,000 (18.8%)      320,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year         20,000 (14.3%)      20,000 (14.3%)      20,000 (14.3%)       60,000 (42.9%)          0    (0.0%)    20,000 (14.3%)      140,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year       80,000 (18.2%)      60,000 (13.6%)      40,000    (9.1%)    140,000   (31.8%)    20,000   (4.5%)   120,000   (27.3%)    440,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year          860,000   (21.9%)   640,000   (16.3%)   300,000    (7.7%)   1,040,000 (26.5%)    140,000   (3.6%)   920,000   (23.5%)   3,920,000
Did Not Receive Benefits in Survey Year

   Last Received Q1 Prev. Year                     20,000 (12.5%)          0     (0.0%)    20,000 (12.5%)       60,000 (37.5%)          0    (0.0%)    60,000 (37.5%)      160,000
   Last Received Q2 Prev. Year                     20,000 (10.0%)      20,000 (10.0%)          0     (0.0%)    100,000   (50.0%)        0    (0.0%)    60,000 (30.0%)      200,000
   Last Received Q3 Prev. Year                     40,000 (13.3%)      40,000 (13.3%)      20,000    (6.7%)    120,000   (40.0%)        0    (0.0%)    80,000 (26.7%)      300,000
   Last Received Q4 Prev. Year                     20,000 (10.0%)      20,000 (10.0%)          0     (0.0%)     80,000 (40.0%)          0    (0.0%)    60,000 (30.0%)      200,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year         20,000 (14.3%)          0     (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)     40,000 (28.6%)          0    (0.0%)    40,000 (28.6%)      140,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year       20,000    (8.3%)    20,000    (8.3%)    20,000    (8.3%)    120,000   (50.0%)        0    (0.0%)    60,000 (25.0%)      240,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year           60,000 (12.0%)      60,000 (12.0%)      20,000    (4.0%)    220,000   (44.0%)        0    (0.0%)   140,000   (28.0%)    500,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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                Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                            CY 2001 Full Sample, Re-Weighted
                       Version=D: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, Explicit CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                      Persons Not
                                                           Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                             Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                         Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                  Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                      Total
Total Unweighted Count                        9,250 (46.0%)         2,900 (14.4%)        1,550     (7.7%)      3,200 (15.9%)        400    (2.0%)      2,850 (14.2%)        20,100
Total Weighted Count                      12,900,000   (44.3%)   4,240,000 (14.6%)    2,300,000    (7.9%)   4,260,000 (14.6%)    460,000   (1.6%)   4,920,000 (16.9%)    29,100,000
Age 0 - 5                                  3,520,000 (54.2%)      560,000    (8.6%)    460,000     (7.1%)    980,000   (15.1%)   120,000   (1.8%)    860,000   (13.2%)    6,500,000
Age 6 - 14                                 3,900,000 (51.6%)      660,000    (8.7%)    500,000     (6.6%)   1,240,000 (16.4%)    120,000   (1.6%)   1,140,000 (15.1%)     7,560,000
Age 15 - 17                                 760,000    (46.9%)    140,000    (8.6%)    120,000     (7.4%)    260,000   (16.0%)    20,000   (1.2%)    300,000   (18.5%)    1,620,000
Age 18 - 44                                3,500,000 (41.0%)      860,000   (10.1%)    340,000     (4.0%)   1,560,000 (18.3%)     40,000   (0.5%)   2,240,000 (26.2%)     8,540,000
Age 45 - 64                                1,220,000 (45.5%)      640,000   (23.9%)    240,000     (9.0%)    220,000    (8.2%)    20,000   (0.7%)    340,000   (12.7%)    2,680,000
Age 65+                                           0     (0.0%)   1,380,000 (62.7%)     640,000    (29.1%)     20,000    (0.9%)   140,000   (6.4%)     40,000    (1.8%)    2,200,000
White                                      8,460,000 (43.5%)     3,080,000 (15.8%)    1,500,000    (7.7%)   2,840,000 (14.6%)    340,000   (1.7%)   3,240,000 (16.7%)    19,450,000
Black                                      3,580,000 (46.5%)      900,000   (11.7%)    600,000     (7.8%)   1,160,000 (15.1%)    100,000   (1.3%)   1,360,000 (17.7%)     7,700,000
AIAN                                        440,000    (48.9%)    120,000   (13.3%)     80,000     (8.9%)    100,000   (11.1%)    20,000   (2.2%)    160,000   (17.8%)     900,000
API                                         420,000    (40.4%)    160,000   (15.4%)    140,000    (13.5%)    140,000   (13.5%)    20,000   (1.9%)    180,000   (17.3%)    1,040,000
Male                                       5,500,000 (46.2%)     1,600,000 (13.4%)    1,000,000    (8.4%)   1,720,000 (14.5%)    220,000   (1.8%)   1,900,000 (16.0%)    11,900,000
Female                                     7,400,000 (43.1%)     2,640,000 (15.4%)    1,320,000    (7.7%)   2,540,000 (14.8%)    240,000   (1.4%)   3,040,000 (17.7%)    17,150,000
Hispanic                                   3,040,000 (47.2%)      620,000    (9.6%)    480,000     (7.5%)    780,000   (12.1%)    40,000   (0.6%)   1,480,000 (23.0%)     6,440,000
Non-Hispanic                               9,860,000 (43.5%)     3,620,000 (16.0%)    1,820,000    (8.0%)   3,480,000 (15.4%)    420,000   (1.9%)   3,440,000 (15.2%)    22,650,000
CPS SSI - Yes                              1,380,000 (47.3%)     1,400,000 (47.9%)     100,000     (3.4%)     20,000    (0.7%)        0    (0.0%)     40,000    (1.4%)    2,920,000
CPS SSI - No                              11,500,000   (44.0%)   2,840,000 (10.9%)    2,220,000    (8.5%)   4,240,000 (16.2%)    460,000   (1.8%)   4,900,000 (18.7%)    26,150,000
CPS TANF - Yes                             3,040,000 (83.5%)      380,000   (10.4%)    100,000     (2.7%)     40,000    (1.1%)        0    (0.0%)    100,000    (2.7%)    3,640,000
CPS TANF - No                              9,860,000 (38.7%)     3,860,000 (15.2%)    2,220,000    (8.7%)   4,220,000 (16.6%)    460,000   (1.8%)   4,820,000 (18.9%)    25,450,000
MSIS SSI - Yes                             1,900,000 (39.1%)     1,720,000 (35.4%)     660,000    (13.6%)    200,000    (4.1%)    60,000   (1.2%)    340,000    (7.0%)    4,860,000
MSIS SSI - No                             11,000,000   (45.5%)   2,520,000 (10.4%)    1,660,000    (6.9%)   4,060,000 (16.8%)    400,000   (1.7%)   4,600,000 (19.0%)    24,200,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                            CY 2001 Full Sample, Re-Weighted
                       Version=D: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, Explicit CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                         Persons Not
                                                              Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                            Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                     Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                       Total
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                     12,900,000   (44.3%)   4,240,000 (14.6%)     2,300,000    (7.9%)   4,260,000 (14.6%)    460,000   (1.6%)   4,920,000 (16.9%)    29,100,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                3,340,000 (63.5%)      300,000     (5.7%)    320,000     (6.1%)    180,000    (3.4%)    20,000   (0.4%)   1,100,000 (20.9%)     5,260,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%               2,100,000 (58.7%)      460,000    (12.8%)    200,000     (5.6%)    240,000    (6.7%)    20,000   (0.6%)    560,000   (15.6%)    3,580,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%               1,900,000 (46.3%)      920,000    (22.4%)    380,000     (9.3%)    280,000    (6.8%)    60,000   (1.5%)    560,000   (13.7%)    4,100,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%             1,560,000 (44.6%)      620,000    (17.7%)    320,000     (9.1%)    420,000   (12.0%)    40,000   (1.1%)    540,000   (15.4%)    3,500,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%             1,080,000 (40.9%)      360,000    (13.6%)    240,000     (9.1%)    440,000   (16.7%)    80,000   (3.0%)    440,000   (16.7%)    2,640,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%              820,000    (36.3%)    360,000    (15.9%)    180,000     (8.0%)    540,000   (23.9%)    40,000   (1.8%)    340,000   (15.0%)    2,260,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%              560,000    (32.9%)    220,000    (12.9%)    180,000    (10.6%)    380,000   (22.4%)    40,000   (2.4%)    300,000   (17.6%)    1,700,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater        1,540,000 (25.4%)      980,000    (16.2%)    500,000     (8.3%)   1,800,000 (29.7%)    160,000   (2.6%)   1,080,000 (17.8%)     6,060,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Self         2,760,000 (36.6%)     1,900,000 (25.2%)      720,000     (9.5%)    960,000   (12.7%)   120,000   (1.6%)   1,080,000 (14.3%)     7,540,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Spouse        580,000    (31.2%)    280,000    (15.1%)    160,000     (8.6%)    380,000   (20.4%)    20,000   (1.1%)    440,000   (23.7%)    1,860,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Non-Adult)     6,720,000 (53.3%)     1,220,000    (9.7%)    800,000     (6.3%)   2,100,000 (16.7%)    240,000   (1.9%)   1,540,000 (12.2%)    12,600,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Adult)          740,000    (40.2%)    220,000    (12.0%)    120,000     (6.5%)    240,000   (13.0%)    20,000   (1.1%)    520,000   (28.3%)    1,840,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Parent         60,000 (13.6%)       180,000    (40.9%)    100,000    (22.7%)     20,000    (4.5%)        0    (0.0%)     60,000 (13.6%)       440,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Other        2,040,000 (42.5%)      440,000     (9.2%)    420,000     (8.8%)    580,000   (12.1%)    40,000   (0.8%)   1,300,000 (27.1%)     4,800,000




                                                                                                                                                                     179
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                           CY 2001 Full Sample, Re-Weighted
                      Version=D: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Full Benefits, Explicit CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=3

                                                                                                                            Persons Not
                                                                 Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                   Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                               Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                        Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                       Total
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: Yes                  3,600,000 (60.4%)      380,000    (6.4%)    260,000     (4.4%)    700,000    (11.7%)    20,000   (0.3%)   1,000,000 (16.8%)     5,960,000
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: No                   9,200,000 (40.1%)     3,840,000 (16.7%)    2,020,000    (8.8%)   3,540,000 (15.4%)     440,000   (1.9%)   3,900,000 (17.0%)    22,950,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Medical Svc. Not Rcvd.         360,000    (19.8%)    180,000    (9.9%)    160,000     (8.8%)    520,000    (28.6%)    40,000   (2.2%)    540,000   (29.7%)    1,820,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Med. Service Received         3,280,000 (41.1%)     1,740,000 (21.8%)     800,000    (10.0%)    860,000    (10.8%)   140,000   (1.8%)   1,140,000 (14.3%)     7,980,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Svc. Not Noted         1,380,000 (35.4%)      320,000    (8.2%)    300,000     (7.7%)    980,000    (25.1%)    60,000   (1.5%)    860,000   (22.1%)    3,900,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Service Noted          7,780,000 (51.2%)     1,960,000 (12.9%)    1,020,000    (6.7%)   1,880,000 (12.4%)     200,000   (1.3%)   2,340,000 (15.4%)    15,200,000
No MAX Data Available                             100,000    (50.0%)     20,000 (10.0%)       20,000 (10.0%)        20,000 (10.0%)           0    (0.0%)     20,000 (10.0%)       200,000
Received Benefits in Survey Year

   Began Rcvng. Q1 Prev. Year or Earlier        10,150,000   (52.2%)   3,260,000 (16.8%)    1,560,000    (8.0%)   1,880,000    (9.7%)   240,000   (1.2%)   2,340,000 (12.0%)    19,450,000
   Began Receiving Q2 Prev. Year                  700,000    (43.2%)    240,000   (14.8%)    120,000     (7.4%)    200,000    (12.3%)    60,000   (3.7%)    300,000   (18.5%)    1,620,000
   Began Receiving Q3 Prev. Year                  540,000    (36.0%)    220,000   (14.7%)    120,000     (8.0%)    260,000    (17.3%)    40,000   (2.7%)    320,000   (21.3%)    1,500,000
   Began Receiving Q4 Prev. Year                  480,000    (32.0%)    120,000    (8.0%)    160,000    (10.7%)    340,000    (22.7%)    20,000   (1.3%)    400,000   (26.7%)    1,500,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year        200,000    (29.4%)     40,000    (5.9%)     60,000     (8.8%)    160,000    (23.5%)        0    (0.0%)    220,000   (32.4%)     680,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year      780,000    (33.3%)    260,000   (11.1%)    220,000     (9.4%)    440,000    (18.8%)    40,000   (1.7%)    580,000   (24.8%)    2,340,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year        10,900,000   (51.9%)   3,540,000 (16.9%)    1,680,000    (8.0%)   2,060,000    (9.8%)   300,000   (1.4%)   2,580,000 (12.3%)    21,000,000
Did Not Receive Benefits in Survey Year

   Last Received Q1 Prev. Year                     80,000     (8.5%)     60,000    (6.4%)     80,000     (8.5%)    420,000    (44.7%)    20,000   (2.1%)    280,000   (29.8%)     940,000
   Last Received Q2 Prev. Year                    140,000    (12.5%)     40,000    (3.6%)     60,000     (5.4%)    400,000    (35.7%)    20,000   (1.8%)    440,000   (39.3%)    1,120,000
   Last Received Q3 Prev. Year                    560,000    (31.8%)    160,000    (9.1%)    140,000     (8.0%)    380,000    (21.6%)    20,000   (1.1%)    500,000   (28.4%)    1,760,000
   Last Received Q4 Prev. Year                    260,000    (21.3%)    120,000    (9.8%)     80,000     (6.6%)    380,000    (31.1%)    20,000   (1.6%)    340,000   (27.9%)    1,220,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year         60,000     (8.8%)     40,000    (5.9%)     40,000     (5.9%)    300,000    (44.1%)    20,000   (2.9%)    200,000   (29.4%)     680,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year      220,000    (13.9%)     80,000    (5.1%)    100,000     (6.3%)    540,000    (34.2%)    40,000   (2.5%)    580,000   (36.7%)    1,580,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year          760,000    (27.3%)    280,000   (10.1%)    200,000     (7.2%)    740,000    (26.6%)    40,000   (1.4%)    760,000   (27.3%)    2,780,000




                                                                                                                                                                        180
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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                Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                           CY 2001 Full Sample, Re-Weighted
                         Version=E: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, All CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                      Persons Not
                                                           Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                             Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                         Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                  Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                       Total
Total Unweighted Count                       10,700 (42.1%)         4,050 (15.9%)        2,000     (7.9%)      4,400 (17.3%)        600     (2.4%)      3,750 (14.8%)        25,400
Total Weighted Count                      15,150,000   (39.4%)   6,180,000 (16.1%)    3,280,000    (8.5%)   6,320,000 (16.4%)    880,000    (2.3%)   6,700,000 (17.4%)    38,500,000
Age 0 - 5                                  3,940,000 (50.4%)      860,000   (11.0%)    500,000     (6.4%)   1,320,000 (16.9%)    140,000    (1.8%)   1,080,000 (13.8%)     7,820,000
Age 6 - 14                                 4,480,000 (47.4%)     1,020,000 (10.8%)     540,000     (5.7%)   1,760,000 (18.6%)    140,000    (1.5%)   1,540,000 (16.3%)     9,460,000
Age 15 - 17                                 940,000    (43.9%)    200,000    (9.3%)    120,000     (5.6%)    420,000   (19.6%)    20,000    (0.9%)    440,000   (20.6%)    2,140,000
Age 18 - 44                                4,320,000 (36.9%)     1,340,000 (11.5%)     460,000     (3.9%)   2,380,000 (20.3%)     40,000    (0.3%)   3,120,000 (26.7%)    11,700,000
Age 45 - 64                                1,460,000 (37.8%)      960,000   (24.9%)    440,000    (11.4%)    420,000   (10.9%)    80,000    (2.1%)    480,000   (12.4%)    3,860,000
Age 65+                                      20,000     (0.6%)   1,800,000 (51.4%)    1,180,000 (33.7%)       20,000    (0.6%)   440,000   (12.6%)     40,000    (1.1%)    3,500,000
Age Other                                         0     (0.0%)          0    (0.0%)          0     (0.0%)          0    (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)          0    (0.0%)      20,000
White                                      9,740,000 (38.6%)     4,300,000 (17.0%)    2,160,000    (8.6%)   4,100,000 (16.2%)    640,000    (2.5%)   4,320,000 (17.1%)    25,250,000
Black                                      4,420,000 (41.7%)     1,480,000 (14.0%)     800,000     (7.5%)   1,840,000 (17.4%)    200,000    (1.9%)   1,900,000 (17.9%)    10,600,000
AIAN                                        500,000    (44.6%)    140,000   (12.5%)    100,000     (8.9%)    140,000   (12.5%)    20,000    (1.8%)    220,000   (19.6%)    1,120,000
API                                         500,000    (33.8%)    260,000   (17.6%)    180,000    (12.2%)    240,000   (16.2%)    20,000    (1.4%)    280,000   (18.9%)    1,480,000
Male                                       6,440,000 (41.7%)     2,340,000 (15.1%)    1,300,000    (8.4%)   2,520,000 (16.3%)    360,000    (2.3%)   2,520,000 (16.3%)    15,450,000
Female                                     8,700,000 (37.8%)     3,840,000 (16.7%)    1,980,000    (8.6%)   3,800,000 (16.5%)    520,000    (2.3%)   4,180,000 (18.2%)    23,000,000
Hispanic                                   3,560,000 (43.4%)      960,000   (11.7%)    620,000     (7.6%)   1,100,000 (13.4%)     80,000    (1.0%)   1,900,000 (23.2%)     8,200,000
Non-Hispanic                              11,600,000   (38.3%)   5,220,000 (17.2%)    2,660,000    (8.8%)   5,220,000 (17.2%)    800,000    (2.6%)   4,800,000 (15.8%)    30,300,000
CPS SSI - Yes                              1,740,000 (44.2%)     2,000,000 (50.8%)     100,000     (2.5%)     20,000    (0.5%)        0     (0.0%)     40,000    (1.0%)    3,940,000
CPS SSI - No                              13,400,000   (38.8%)   4,180,000 (12.1%)    3,160,000    (9.1%)   6,300,000 (18.2%)    860,000    (2.5%)   6,660,000 (19.3%)    34,550,000
CPS TANF - Yes                             3,740,000 (77.6%)      780,000   (16.2%)    100,000     (2.1%)     60,000    (1.2%)        0     (0.0%)    120,000    (2.5%)    4,820,000
CPS TANF - No                             11,400,000   (33.9%)   5,400,000 (16.0%)    3,180,000    (9.5%)   6,260,000 (18.6%)    860,000    (2.6%)   6,560,000 (19.5%)    33,650,000
MSIS SSI - Yes                             2,300,000 (34.8%)     2,400,000 (36.4%)     860,000    (13.0%)    420,000    (6.4%)   140,000    (2.1%)    460,000    (7.0%)    6,600,000
MSIS SSI - No                             12,850,000   (40.3%)   3,780,000 (11.8%)    2,400,000    (7.5%)   5,900,000 (18.5%)    740,000    (2.3%)   6,240,000 (19.6%)    31,900,000




                                                                                                                                                                  181
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                             CY 2001 Full Sample, Re-Weighted
                           Version=E: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, All CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                         Persons Not
                                                              Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                            Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                     Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                       Total
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                     14,750,000   (41.0%)   5,800,000 (16.1%)    2,700,000    (7.5%)   5,880,000 (16.3%)    620,000    (1.7%)   6,260,000 (17.4%)    36,000,000
MSIS Ins.: Partial not CHIP                    160,000     (9.6%)    300,000   (18.1%)    520,000    (31.3%)    240,000   (14.5%)   220,000   (13.3%)    240,000   (14.5%)    1,660,000
MSIS Ins.: Medicaid Expansion CHIP             260,000    (31.0%)     80,000    (9.5%)     60,000     (7.1%)    220,000   (26.2%)    20,000    (2.4%)    200,000   (23.8%)     840,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                3,840,000 (57.0%)      540,000    (8.0%)    420,000     (6.2%)    380,000    (5.6%)    40,000    (0.6%)   1,520,000 (22.6%)     6,740,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%               2,480,000 (53.9%)      700,000   (15.2%)    300,000     (6.5%)    360,000    (7.8%)    20,000    (0.4%)    740,000   (16.1%)    4,600,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%               2,180,000 (42.1%)     1,240,000 (23.9%)     500,000     (9.7%)    460,000    (8.9%)   100,000    (1.9%)    700,000   (13.5%)    5,180,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%             1,820,000 (40.6%)      900,000   (20.1%)    460,000    (10.3%)    540,000   (12.1%)   100,000    (2.2%)    680,000   (15.2%)    4,480,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%             1,260,000 (36.6%)      500,000   (14.5%)    340,000     (9.9%)    600,000   (17.4%)   160,000    (4.7%)    600,000   (17.4%)    3,440,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%             1,020,000 (33.6%)      500,000   (16.4%)    240,000     (7.9%)    720,000   (23.7%)    80,000    (2.6%)    500,000   (16.4%)    3,040,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%              680,000    (29.8%)    340,000   (14.9%)    240,000    (10.5%)    520,000   (22.8%)    60,000    (2.6%)    420,000   (18.4%)    2,280,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater        1,880,000 (21.6%)     1,480,000 (17.0%)     780,000     (8.9%)   2,740,000 (31.4%)    300,000    (3.4%)   1,560,000 (17.9%)     8,720,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Self         3,320,000 (30.9%)     2,680,000 (24.9%)    1,280,000 (11.9%)     1,500,000 (14.0%)    400,000    (3.7%)   1,580,000 (14.7%)    10,750,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Spouse        680,000    (27.2%)    380,000   (15.2%)    240,000     (9.6%)    560,000   (22.4%)    60,000    (2.4%)    560,000   (22.4%)    2,500,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Non-Adult)     7,680,000 (49.1%)     1,860,000 (11.9%)     880,000     (5.6%)   2,960,000 (18.9%)    280,000    (1.8%)   2,020,000 (12.9%)    15,650,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Adult)         1,000,000 (35.7%)      400,000   (14.3%)    180,000     (6.4%)    460,000   (16.4%)    20,000    (0.7%)    740,000   (26.4%)    2,800,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Parent         80,000 (12.1%)       260,000   (39.4%)    180,000    (27.3%)     40,000    (6.1%)    40,000    (6.1%)     60,000    (9.1%)     660,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Other        2,360,000 (38.7%)      600,000    (9.8%)    520,000     (8.5%)    820,000   (13.4%)    80,000    (1.3%)   1,740,000 (28.5%)     6,100,000




                                                                                                                                                                     182
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                           CY 2001 Full Sample, Re-Weighted
                         Version=E: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, All CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=3

                                                                                                                            Persons Not
                                                                 Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                   Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                               Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                        Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                      Total
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: Yes                  4,160,000 (55.6%)      620,000    (8.3%)    280,000     (3.7%)    980,000   (13.1%)    40,000   (0.5%)   1,400,000 (18.7%)     7,480,000
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: No                  10,850,000   (35.3%)   5,520,000 (18.0%)    2,960,000    (9.6%)   5,300,000 (17.2%)    840,000   (2.7%)   5,260,000 (17.1%)    30,750,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Medical Svc. Not Rcvd.         520,000    (16.7%)    360,000   (11.5%)    480,000    (15.4%)    800,000   (25.6%)   220,000   (7.1%)    760,000   (24.4%)    3,120,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Med. Service Received         3,860,000 (36.1%)     2,440,000 (22.8%)    1,180,000 (11.0%)     1,400,000 (13.1%)    280,000   (2.6%)   1,560,000 (14.6%)    10,700,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Svc. Not Noted         1,740,000 (33.0%)      600,000   (11.4%)    380,000     (7.2%)   1,320,000 (25.0%)    100,000   (1.9%)   1,140,000 (21.6%)     5,280,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Service Noted          8,900,000 (46.6%)     2,760,000 (14.5%)    1,200,000    (6.3%)   2,760,000 (14.5%)    280,000   (1.5%)   3,200,000 (16.8%)    19,100,000
No MAX Data Available                             120,000    (46.2%)     20,000    (7.7%)     20,000     (7.7%)     40,000 (15.4%)          0    (0.0%)     40,000 (15.4%)       260,000
Received Benefits in Survey Year

   Began Rcvng. Q1 Prev. Year or Earlier        12,050,000   (45.4%)   4,880,000 (18.4%)    2,340,000    (8.8%)   3,160,000 (11.9%)    560,000   (2.1%)   3,540,000 (13.3%)    26,550,000
   Began Receiving Q2 Prev. Year                  780,000    (38.6%)    300,000   (14.9%)    180,000     (8.9%)    300,000   (14.9%)    80,000   (4.0%)    380,000   (18.8%)    2,020,000
   Began Receiving Q3 Prev. Year                  620,000    (32.3%)    300,000   (15.6%)    160,000     (8.3%)    340,000   (17.7%)    40,000   (2.1%)    460,000   (24.0%)    1,920,000
   Began Receiving Q4 Prev. Year                  560,000    (28.6%)    200,000   (10.2%)    180,000     (9.2%)    480,000   (24.5%)    20,000   (1.0%)    500,000   (25.5%)    1,960,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year        200,000    (23.3%)     80,000    (9.3%)     80,000     (9.3%)    220,000   (25.6%)        0    (0.0%)    260,000   (30.2%)     860,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year      920,000    (30.7%)    380,000   (12.7%)    280,000     (9.3%)    620,000   (20.7%)    60,000   (2.0%)    740,000   (24.7%)    3,000,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year        12,900,000   (45.1%)   5,220,000 (18.3%)    2,500,000    (8.7%)   3,460,000 (12.1%)    640,000   (2.2%)   3,860,000 (13.5%)    28,600,000
Did Not Receive Benefits in Survey Year

   Last Received Q1 Prev. Year                    120,000    (10.7%)     60,000    (5.4%)     60,000     (5.4%)    500,000   (44.6%)    40,000   (3.6%)    340,000   (30.4%)    1,120,000
   Last Received Q2 Prev. Year                    120,000     (9.2%)     60,000    (4.6%)     80,000     (6.2%)    500,000   (38.5%)    40,000   (3.1%)    480,000   (36.9%)    1,300,000
   Last Received Q3 Prev. Year                    600,000    (27.5%)    200,000    (9.2%)    180,000     (8.3%)    560,000   (25.7%)    40,000   (1.8%)    580,000   (26.6%)    2,180,000
   Last Received Q4 Prev. Year                    280,000    (19.2%)    160,000   (11.0%)    100,000     (6.8%)    460,000   (31.5%)    40,000   (2.7%)    420,000   (28.8%)    1,460,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year         80,000     (9.3%)     40,000    (4.7%)     60,000     (7.0%)    380,000   (44.2%)    40,000   (4.7%)    260,000   (30.2%)     860,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year      180,000    (10.5%)    120,000    (7.0%)    100,000     (5.8%)    660,000   (38.4%)    60,000   (3.5%)    620,000   (36.0%)    1,720,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year          860,000    (24.9%)    360,000   (10.4%)    260,000     (7.5%)   1,000,000 (28.9%)     60,000   (1.7%)    940,000   (27.2%)    3,460,000




                                                                                                                                                                       183
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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                Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                            CY 2001 Full Sample, Re-Weighted
                       Version=F: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, Edited CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                     Persons Not
                                                          Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                            Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                        Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                 Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured       Total
Total Unweighted Count                        600    (52.2%)      550    (47.8%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)      1,150
Total Weighted Count                       820,000   (51.3%)   780,000   (48.8%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,600,000
Age 0 - 5                                  200,000   (71.4%)   100,000   (35.7%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    280,000
Age 6 - 14                                 180,000   (56.3%)   140,000   (43.8%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    320,000
Age 15 - 17                                 80,000 (66.7%)      40,000 (33.3%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    120,000
Age 18 - 44                                260,000   (52.0%)   240,000   (48.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    500,000
Age 45 - 64                                 80,000 (36.4%)     140,000   (63.6%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    220,000
Age 65+                                     20,000 (14.3%)     140,000 (100.0%)      0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    140,000
White                                      460,000   (48.9%)   460,000   (48.9%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    940,000
Black                                      300,000   (53.6%)   240,000   (42.9%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    560,000
AIAN                                        40,000 (100.0%)         0     (0.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     40,000
API                                         20,000 (33.3%)      40,000 (66.7%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     60,000
Male                                       340,000   (54.8%)   300,000   (48.4%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    620,000
Female                                     500,000   (52.1%)   480,000   (50.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    960,000
Hispanic                                   180,000   (60.0%)   120,000   (40.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    300,000
Non-Hispanic                               640,000   (49.2%)   660,000   (50.8%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,300,000
CPS SSI - Yes                              140,000   (25.0%)   420,000   (75.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    560,000
CPS SSI - No                               680,000   (66.7%)   340,000   (33.3%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,020,000
CPS TANF - Yes                             400,000   (62.5%)   240,000   (37.5%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    640,000
CPS TANF - No                              420,000   (44.7%)   520,000   (55.3%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    940,000
MSIS SSI - Yes                             140,000   (25.0%)   420,000   (75.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    560,000
MSIS SSI - No                              680,000   (65.4%)   360,000   (34.6%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,040,000




                                                                                                                                                  184
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
                                                                                                                                                                      17

              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                             CY 2001 Full Sample, Re-Weighted
                        Version=F: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, Edited CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                         Persons Not
                                                              Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                            Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                     Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured       Total
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                       800,000   (51.3%)   760,000   (48.7%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,560,000
MSIS Ins.: Partial not CHIP                     20,000 (100.0%)     20,000 (100.0%)      0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     20,000
MSIS Ins.: Medicaid Expansion CHIP              20,000 (100.0%)         0     (0.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     20,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                 200,000   (66.7%)   120,000   (40.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    300,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%                160,000   (53.3%)   140,000   (46.7%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    300,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%                120,000   (46.2%)   120,000   (46.2%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    260,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%              100,000   (50.0%)   100,000   (50.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    200,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%               40,000 (40.0%)      60,000 (60.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    100,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%               60,000 (50.0%)      60,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    120,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%               40,000 (50.0%)      20,000 (25.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     80,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater          80,000 (36.4%)     140,000   (63.6%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    220,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Self          160,000   (34.8%)   300,000   (65.2%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    460,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Spouse         40,000 (66.7%)      40,000 (66.7%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     60,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Non-Adult)      380,000   (63.3%)   240,000   (40.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    600,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Adult)          100,000   (50.0%)   100,000   (50.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    200,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Parent             0     (0.0%)    20,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     40,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Other         140,000   (63.6%)    80,000 (36.4%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    220,000




                                                                                                                                                      185
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
                                                                                                                                                                         18

              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                            CY 2001 Full Sample, Re-Weighted
                       Version=F: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, Edited CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=3

                                                                                                                            Persons Not
                                                                 Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                   Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                               Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                        Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured       Total
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: Yes                   260,000   (65.0%)   140,000   (35.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    400,000
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: No                    560,000   (46.7%)   640,000   (53.3%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,200,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Medical Svc. Not Rcvd.          80,000 (57.1%)      60,000 (42.9%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    140,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Med. Service Received          200,000   (43.5%)   260,000   (56.5%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    460,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Svc. Not Noted          140,000   (50.0%)   140,000   (50.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    280,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Service Noted           420,000   (60.0%)   300,000   (42.9%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    700,000
No MAX Data Available                                  0     (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     20,000
Received Benefits in Survey Year

   Began Rcvng. Q1 Prev. Year or Earlier          560,000   (46.7%)   640,000   (53.3%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,200,000
   Began Receiving Q2 Prev. Year                   40,000 (66.7%)      20,000 (33.3%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     60,000
   Began Receiving Q3 Prev. Year                   20,000 (33.3%)      20,000 (33.3%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     60,000
   Began Receiving Q4 Prev. Year                   40,000 (50.0%)      20,000 (25.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     80,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year             0     (0.0%)    20,000 (100.0%)      0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     20,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year       80,000 (66.7%)      40,000 (33.3%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    120,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year          600,000   (47.6%)   660,000   (52.4%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)   1,260,000
Did Not Receive Benefits in Survey Year

   Last Received Q1 Prev. Year                     20,000 (50.0%)          0     (0.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     40,000
   Last Received Q2 Prev. Year                     20,000 (50.0%)      20,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     40,000
   Last Received Q3 Prev. Year                     40,000 (50.0%)      20,000 (25.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     80,000
   Last Received Q4 Prev. Year                     40,000 (100.0%)     20,000 (50.0%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     40,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year         20,000 (100.0%)         0     (0.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     20,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year       40,000 (100.0%)         0     (0.0%)     0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)     40,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year           80,000 (66.7%)      40,000 (33.3%)       0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)         0   (0.0%)        0   (0.0%)    120,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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                Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                          CY 2001 Full Sample, Re-Weighted
                    Version=G: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, Imputed CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=1

                                                                                                                   Persons Not
                                                        Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                          Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                      Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics               Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                  Total
Total Unweighted Count                       500   (17.5%)      450    (15.8%)      150     (5.3%)        950   (33.3%)      100     (3.5%)        700   (24.6%)      2,850
Total Weighted Count                    1,080,000 (18.9%)    860,000   (15.0%)   440,000    (7.7%)   1,740,000 (30.4%)    220,000    (3.8%)   1,420,000 (24.8%)    5,720,000
Age 0 - 5                                200,000   (20.4%)   180,000   (18.4%)    40,000    (4.1%)    320,000   (32.7%)        0     (0.0%)    220,000   (22.4%)    980,000
Age 6 - 14                               260,000   (20.6%)   200,000   (15.9%)    20,000    (1.6%)    440,000   (34.9%)        0     (0.0%)    340,000   (27.0%)   1,260,000
Age 15 - 17                               60,000 (18.8%)      20,000    (6.3%)        0     (0.0%)    140,000   (43.8%)        0     (0.0%)    100,000   (31.3%)    320,000
Age 18 - 44                              400,000   (20.6%)   180,000    (9.3%)    80,000    (4.1%)    640,000   (33.0%)        0     (0.0%)    640,000   (33.0%)   1,940,000
Age 45 - 64                              140,000   (21.2%)   120,000   (18.2%)    80,000 (12.1%)      180,000   (27.3%)    40,000    (6.1%)    100,000   (15.2%)    660,000
Age 65+                                        0    (0.0%)   160,000   (28.6%)   220,000   (39.3%)     20,000    (3.6%)   180,000   (32.1%)          0    (0.0%)    560,000
White                                    560,000   (16.9%)   500,000   (15.1%)   260,000    (7.8%)   1,040,000 (31.3%)    140,000    (4.2%)    820,000   (24.7%)   3,320,000
Black                                    440,000   (22.7%)   300,000   (15.5%)   100,000    (5.2%)    560,000   (28.9%)    60,000    (3.1%)    480,000   (24.7%)   1,940,000
AIAN                                      20,000 (12.5%)      20,000 (12.5%)      20,000 (12.5%)       40,000 (25.0%)          0     (0.0%)     60,000 (37.5%)      160,000
API                                       60,000 (18.8%)      60,000 (18.8%)      40,000 (12.5%)       80,000 (25.0%)      20,000    (6.3%)     60,000 (18.8%)      320,000
Male                                     440,000   (20.2%)   320,000   (14.7%)   120,000    (5.5%)    680,000   (31.2%)   100,000    (4.6%)    520,000   (23.9%)   2,180,000
Female                                   620,000   (17.5%)   540,000   (15.3%)   320,000    (9.0%)   1,040,000 (29.4%)    120,000    (3.4%)    900,000   (25.4%)   3,540,000
Hispanic                                 240,000   (22.2%)   180,000   (16.7%)    80,000    (7.4%)    280,000   (25.9%)    20,000    (1.9%)    280,000   (25.9%)   1,080,000
Non-Hispanic                             820,000   (17.7%)   680,000   (14.7%)   360,000    (7.8%)   1,460,000 (31.5%)    200,000    (4.3%)   1,120,000 (24.1%)    4,640,000
CPS SSI - Yes                            200,000   (50.0%)   180,000   (45.0%)        0     (0.0%)     20,000    (5.0%)        0     (0.0%)          0    (0.0%)    400,000
CPS SSI - No                             880,000   (16.5%)   680,000   (12.8%)   420,000    (7.9%)   1,720,000 (32.3%)    220,000    (4.1%)   1,400,000 (26.3%)    5,320,000
CPS TANF - Yes                           300,000   (60.0%)   160,000   (32.0%)        0     (0.0%)     20,000    (4.0%)        0     (0.0%)     20,000    (4.0%)    500,000
CPS TANF - No                            780,000   (14.9%)   700,000   (13.4%)   420,000    (8.0%)   1,700,000 (32.6%)    220,000    (4.2%)   1,380,000 (26.4%)    5,220,000
MSIS SSI - Yes                           260,000   (22.4%)   260,000   (22.4%)   200,000   (17.2%)    220,000   (19.0%)    80,000    (6.9%)    140,000   (12.1%)   1,160,000
MSIS SSI - No                            820,000   (18.0%)   600,000   (13.2%)   220,000    (4.8%)   1,500,000 (32.9%)    140,000    (3.1%)   1,280,000 (28.1%)    4,560,000




                                                                                                                                                           187
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                            CY 2001 Full Sample, Re-Weighted
                      Version=G: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, Imputed CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=2

                                                                                                                         Persons Not
                                                              Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                            Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                     Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                 Total
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                     1,040,000 (19.5%)     800,000   (15.0%)   380,000    (7.1%)   1,620,000 (30.3%)    160,000   (3.0%)   1,320,000 (24.7%)    5,340,000
MSIS Ins.: Partial not CHIP                     20,000    (7.7%)    40,000 (15.4%)      40,000 (15.4%)       60,000 (23.1%)      60,000 (23.1%)      40,000 (15.4%)      260,000
MSIS Ins.: Medicaid Expansion CHIP                  0     (0.0%)    20,000 (16.7%)          0     (0.0%)     60,000 (50.0%)          0    (0.0%)     40,000 (33.3%)      120,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                 300,000   (28.3%)   120,000   (11.3%)    60,000    (5.7%)    200,000   (18.9%)    20,000   (1.9%)    360,000   (34.0%)   1,060,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%                200,000   (33.3%)    80,000 (13.3%)      60,000 (10.0%)      100,000   (16.7%)        0    (0.0%)    140,000   (23.3%)    600,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%                100,000   (20.8%)   100,000   (20.8%)    40,000    (8.3%)    140,000   (29.2%)    20,000   (4.2%)     80,000 (16.7%)      480,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%              120,000   (27.3%)   100,000   (22.7%)    40,000    (9.1%)     80,000 (18.2%)          0    (0.0%)     80,000 (18.2%)      440,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%               80,000 (18.2%)      60,000 (13.6%)      40,000    (9.1%)    120,000   (27.3%)    40,000   (9.1%)    120,000   (27.3%)    440,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%               80,000 (16.7%)      60,000 (12.5%)      40,000    (8.3%)    160,000   (33.3%)    20,000   (4.2%)    140,000   (29.2%)    480,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%               20,000    (6.3%)    60,000 (18.8%)      20,000    (6.3%)    120,000   (37.5%)    20,000   (6.3%)     80,000 (25.0%)      320,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater         180,000    (9.5%)   280,000   (14.7%)   160,000    (8.4%)    780,000   (41.1%)    80,000   (4.2%)    400,000   (21.1%)   1,900,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Self          340,000   (19.1%)   280,000   (15.7%)   220,000   (12.4%)    440,000   (24.7%)   140,000   (7.9%)    360,000   (20.2%)   1,780,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Spouse         20,000    (5.9%)    40,000 (11.8%)      20,000    (5.9%)    140,000   (41.2%)    20,000   (5.9%)     80,000 (23.5%)      340,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Non-Adult)      440,000   (21.6%)   380,000   (18.6%)    40,000    (2.0%)    780,000   (38.2%)        0    (0.0%)    400,000   (19.6%)   2,040,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Adult)          120,000   (23.1%)    60,000 (11.5%)      40,000    (7.7%)    160,000   (30.8%)        0    (0.0%)    160,000   (30.8%)    520,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Parent         20,000 (14.3%)      40,000 (28.6%)      60,000 (42.9%)       20,000 (14.3%)      20,000 (14.3%)           0    (0.0%)    140,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Other         140,000   (15.9%)    60,000    (6.8%)    60,000    (6.8%)    200,000   (22.7%)    20,000   (2.3%)    380,000   (43.2%)    880,000




                                                                                                                                                                188
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                           CY 2001 Full Sample, Re-Weighted
                     Version=G: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, Imputed CPS Health Insurance Responses Version Page=3

                                                                                                                            Persons Not
                                                                 Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                   Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                               Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                        Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                 Total
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: Yes                   300,000   (26.8%)   100,000    (8.9%)    20,000    (1.8%)    280,000   (25.0%)        0    (0.0%)    400,000   (35.7%)   1,120,000
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: No                    760,000   (16.6%)   740,000   (16.2%)   400,000    (8.7%)   1,440,000 (31.4%)    220,000   (4.8%)   1,000,000 (21.8%)    4,580,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Medical Svc. Not Rcvd.          60,000 (12.0%)      60,000 (12.0%)      60,000 (12.0%)      140,000   (28.0%)    60,000 (12.0%)     120,000   (24.0%)    500,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Med. Service Received          260,000   (16.9%)   260,000   (16.9%)   200,000   (13.0%)    460,000   (29.9%)   100,000   (6.5%)    260,000   (16.9%)   1,540,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Svc. Not Noted          180,000   (20.9%)   100,000   (11.6%)    40,000    (4.7%)    300,000   (34.9%)    20,000   (2.3%)    220,000   (25.6%)    860,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Service Noted           560,000   (20.1%)   420,000   (15.1%)   140,000    (5.0%)    820,000   (29.5%)    60,000   (2.2%)    800,000   (28.8%)   2,780,000
No MAX Data Available                                  0     (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)        0     (0.0%)     20,000 (50.0%)          0    (0.0%)          0    (0.0%)     40,000
Received Benefits in Survey Year

   Began Rcvng. Q1 Prev. Year or Earlier          820,000   (20.8%)   660,000   (16.8%)   300,000    (7.6%)   1,040,000 (26.4%)    160,000   (4.1%)    940,000   (23.9%)   3,940,000
   Began Receiving Q2 Prev. Year                   40,000 (15.4%)      20,000    (7.7%)    40,000 (15.4%)      100,000   (38.5%)        0    (0.0%)     80,000 (30.8%)      260,000
   Began Receiving Q3 Prev. Year                   60,000 (20.0%)      40,000 (13.3%)      40,000 (13.3%)       80,000 (26.7%)          0    (0.0%)     80,000 (26.7%)      300,000
   Began Receiving Q4 Prev. Year                   60,000 (18.8%)      40,000 (12.5%)      20,000    (6.3%)    120,000   (37.5%)        0    (0.0%)     60,000 (18.8%)      320,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year         20,000 (14.3%)      20,000 (14.3%)      20,000 (14.3%)       60,000 (42.9%)          0    (0.0%)     20,000 (14.3%)      140,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year       80,000 (17.4%)      60,000 (13.0%)      40,000    (8.7%)    140,000   (30.4%)    20,000   (4.3%)    140,000   (30.4%)    460,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year          880,000   (20.9%)   680,000   (16.1%)   320,000    (7.6%)   1,160,000 (27.5%)    180,000   (4.3%)   1,000,000 (23.7%)    4,220,000
Did Not Receive Benefits in Survey Year

   Last Received Q1 Prev. Year                     20,000 (11.1%)          0     (0.0%)    20,000 (11.1%)       80,000 (44.4%)      20,000 (11.1%)      60,000 (33.3%)      180,000
   Last Received Q2 Prev. Year                     20,000 (10.0%)      20,000 (10.0%)          0     (0.0%)    100,000   (50.0%)        0    (0.0%)     60,000 (30.0%)      200,000
   Last Received Q3 Prev. Year                     40,000 (12.5%)      40,000 (12.5%)      40,000 (12.5%)      140,000   (43.8%)        0    (0.0%)     80,000 (25.0%)      320,000
   Last Received Q4 Prev. Year                     20,000 (10.0%)      20,000 (10.0%)          0     (0.0%)     80,000 (40.0%)          0    (0.0%)     60,000 (30.0%)      200,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year         20,000 (14.3%)          0     (0.0%)    20,000 (14.3%)       60,000 (42.9%)      20,000 (14.3%)      40,000 (28.6%)      140,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year       20,000    (8.3%)    20,000    (8.3%)    20,000    (8.3%)    120,000   (50.0%)        0    (0.0%)     60,000 (25.0%)      240,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year           60,000 (11.5%)      60,000 (11.5%)      20,000    (3.8%)    220,000   (42.3%)    20,000   (3.8%)    140,000   (26.9%)    520,000




                                                                                                                                                                   189
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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                Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                         CY 2001 Full Sample, Re-Weighted
                  Version=H: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, Explicit CPS Health Insurance Responses run Version Page=1

                                                                                                                   Persons Not
                                                        Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                          Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                      Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics               Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                       Total
Total Unweighted Count                      9,550 (44.6%)        3,050 (14.3%)        1,850     (8.6%)      3,450 (16.1%)        500     (2.3%)      3,050 (14.3%)        21,400
Total Weighted Count                   13,250,000   (42.5%)   4,540,000 (14.6%)    2,840,000    (9.1%)   4,580,000 (14.7%)    660,000    (2.1%)   5,280,000 (17.0%)    31,150,000
Age 0 - 5                               3,540,000 (54.0%)      580,000    (8.8%)    480,000     (7.3%)   1,000,000 (15.2%)    120,000    (1.8%)    860,000   (13.1%)    6,560,000
Age 6 - 14                              4,020,000 (51.0%)      680,000    (8.6%)    540,000     (6.9%)   1,320,000 (16.8%)    140,000    (1.8%)   1,200,000 (15.2%)     7,880,000
Age 15 - 17                              800,000    (46.5%)    140,000    (8.1%)    120,000     (7.0%)    280,000   (16.3%)    20,000    (1.2%)    340,000   (19.8%)    1,720,000
Age 18 - 44                             3,640,000 (39.4%)      920,000   (10.0%)    400,000     (4.3%)   1,740,000 (18.8%)     40,000    (0.4%)   2,480,000 (26.8%)     9,240,000
Age 45 - 64                             1,240,000 (41.6%)      700,000   (23.5%)    360,000    (12.1%)    240,000    (8.1%)    40,000    (1.3%)    380,000   (12.8%)    2,980,000
Age 65+                                        0     (0.0%)   1,520,000 (54.3%)     960,000    (34.3%)     20,000    (0.7%)   280,000   (10.0%)     40,000    (1.4%)    2,800,000
White                                   8,720,000 (41.5%)     3,340,000 (15.9%)    1,900,000    (9.0%)   3,060,000 (14.6%)    500,000    (2.4%)   3,500,000 (16.7%)    21,000,000
Black                                   3,660,000 (45.1%)      940,000   (11.6%)    700,000     (8.6%)   1,260,000 (15.5%)    140,000    (1.7%)   1,420,000 (17.5%)     8,120,000
AIAN                                     440,000    (46.8%)    120,000   (12.8%)     80,000     (8.5%)    120,000   (12.8%)    20,000    (2.1%)    160,000   (17.0%)     940,000
API                                      440,000    (40.0%)    160,000   (14.5%)    140,000    (12.7%)    160,000   (14.5%)    20,000    (1.8%)    200,000   (18.2%)    1,100,000
Male                                    5,680,000 (44.9%)     1,720,000 (13.6%)    1,180,000    (9.3%)   1,820,000 (14.4%)    260,000    (2.1%)   2,020,000 (16.0%)    12,650,000
Female                                  7,580,000 (41.0%)     2,820,000 (15.2%)    1,660,000    (9.0%)   2,760,000 (14.9%)    380,000    (2.1%)   3,280,000 (17.7%)    18,500,000
Hispanic                                3,120,000 (45.7%)      660,000    (9.7%)    540,000     (7.9%)    820,000   (12.0%)    60,000    (0.9%)   1,600,000 (23.5%)     6,820,000
Non-Hispanic                           10,150,000   (41.7%)   3,900,000 (16.0%)    2,300,000    (9.4%)   3,760,000 (15.4%)    600,000    (2.5%)   3,680,000 (15.1%)    24,350,000
CPS SSI - Yes                           1,400,000 (47.3%)     1,400,000 (47.3%)     100,000     (3.4%)     20,000    (0.7%)        0     (0.0%)     40,000    (1.4%)    2,960,000
CPS SSI - No                           11,850,000   (42.0%)   3,140,000 (11.1%)    2,740,000    (9.7%)   4,580,000 (16.2%)    640,000    (2.3%)   5,240,000 (18.6%)    28,200,000
CPS TANF - Yes                          3,060,000 (83.6%)      380,000   (10.4%)    100,000     (2.7%)     40,000    (1.1%)        0     (0.0%)    100,000    (2.7%)    3,660,000
CPS TANF - No                          10,200,000   (37.1%)   4,180,000 (15.2%)    2,740,000 (10.0%)     4,560,000 (16.6%)    640,000    (2.3%)   5,180,000 (18.8%)    27,500,000
MSIS SSI - Yes                          1,920,000 (39.3%)     1,720,000 (35.2%)     660,000    (13.5%)    200,000    (4.1%)    60,000    (1.2%)    340,000    (7.0%)    4,880,000
MSIS SSI - No                          11,350,000   (43.2%)   2,820,000 (10.7%)    2,180,000    (8.3%)   4,400,000 (16.7%)    600,000    (2.3%)   4,960,000 (18.9%)    26,300,000




                                                                                                                                                               190
*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                           CY 2001 Full Sample, Re-Weighted
                    Version=H: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, Explicit CPS Health Insurance Responses run Version Page=2

                                                                                                                         Persons Not
                                                              Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                            Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                     Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                        Total
MSIS Ins.: Full Benefits                     12,900,000   (44.3%)   4,240,000 (14.6%)     2,300,000    (7.9%)   4,260,000 (14.6%)    460,000    (1.6%)   4,920,000 (16.9%)    29,100,000
MSIS Ins.: Partial not CHIP                    120,000     (8.7%)    240,000    (17.4%)    480,000    (34.8%)    180,000   (13.0%)   160,000   (11.6%)    200,000   (14.5%)    1,380,000
MSIS Ins.: Medicaid Expansion CHIP             240,000    (34.3%)     60,000     (8.6%)     60,000     (8.6%)    160,000   (22.9%)    20,000    (2.9%)    160,000   (22.9%)     700,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 0 - 49%                3,360,000 (62.5%)      300,000     (5.6%)    360,000     (6.7%)    180,000    (3.3%)    20,000    (0.4%)   1,160,000 (21.6%)     5,380,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 50 - 74%               2,120,000 (57.0%)      460,000    (12.4%)    240,000     (6.5%)    260,000    (7.0%)    20,000    (0.5%)    600,000   (16.1%)    3,720,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 75 - 99%               1,940,000 (43.9%)     1,020,000 (23.1%)      460,000    (10.4%)    300,000    (6.8%)    80,000    (1.8%)    620,000   (14.0%)    4,420,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 100 - 124%             1,600,000 (41.5%)      680,000    (17.6%)    420,000    (10.9%)    440,000   (11.4%)   100,000    (2.6%)    580,000   (15.0%)    3,860,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 125 - 149%             1,120,000 (38.6%)      380,000    (13.1%)    320,000    (11.0%)    480,000   (16.6%)   120,000    (4.1%)    480,000   (16.6%)    2,900,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 150 - 174%              880,000    (36.1%)    380,000    (15.6%)    200,000     (8.2%)    560,000   (23.0%)    60,000    (2.5%)    360,000   (14.8%)    2,440,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 175 - 199%              600,000    (31.9%)    260,000    (13.8%)    220,000    (11.7%)    400,000   (21.3%)    40,000    (2.1%)    340,000   (18.1%)    1,880,000
Ratio to Poverty Level 200% or Greater        1,620,000 (24.5%)     1,060,000 (16.1%)      620,000     (9.4%)   1,960,000 (29.7%)    220,000    (3.3%)   1,160,000 (17.6%)     6,600,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Self         2,820,000 (33.2%)     2,100,000 (24.7%)     1,040,000 (12.2%)     1,060,000 (12.5%)    260,000    (3.1%)   1,200,000 (14.1%)     8,500,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Spouse        620,000    (29.5%)    300,000    (14.3%)    220,000    (10.5%)    420,000   (20.0%)    40,000    (1.9%)    480,000   (22.9%)    2,100,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Non-Adult)     6,880,000 (52.7%)     1,260,000    (9.7%)    840,000     (6.4%)   2,180,000 (16.7%)    260,000    (2.0%)   1,620,000 (12.4%)    13,050,000
Rltnshp. to Ref. Pers.: Child (Adult)          780,000    (37.9%)    260,000    (12.6%)    140,000     (6.8%)    300,000   (14.6%)    20,000    (1.0%)    580,000   (28.2%)    2,060,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Parent         60,000 (12.5%)       200,000    (41.7%)    140,000    (29.2%)     20,000    (4.2%)        0     (0.0%)     60,000 (12.5%)       480,000
Relationship to Refernce Person: Other        2,080,000 (41.6%)      440,000     (8.8%)    460,000     (9.2%)    600,000   (12.0%)    60,000    (1.2%)   1,360,000 (27.2%)     5,000,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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              Phase II, Table 3: Reported Insurance Status of Matched Persons Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS
                                                          CY 2001 Full Sample, Re-Weighted
                   Version=H: CPS-MSIS Matched Records, Receiving Any Benefits, Explicit CPS Health Insurance Responses run Version Page=3

                                                                                                                            Persons Not
                                                                 Persons Reporting    Persons Not        Persons Not     Reporting Medicaid
                                                                   Medicaid and    Reporting Medicaid Reporting Medicaid But Other Public
                                               Persons Reporting       Other        But Other Public   But Other Private    and Private     Persons Reporting
Selected Characteristics                        Medicaid Only        Coverage        Coverage Only      Coverage Only        Coverage         as Uninsured                       Total
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: Yes                  3,600,000 (60.2%)      380,000    (6.4%)    260,000     (4.3%)    700,000    (11.7%)    20,000   (0.3%)   1,000,000 (16.7%)     5,980,000
MAX Section 1931 Qualified: No                   9,540,000 (38.2%)     4,160,000 (16.6%)    2,560,000 (10.2%)     3,860,000 (15.4%)     620,000   (2.5%)   4,240,000 (17.0%)    25,000,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Medical Svc. Not Rcvd.         380,000    (15.3%)    240,000    (9.7%)    420,000    (16.9%)    640,000    (25.8%)   160,000   (6.5%)    640,000   (25.8%)    2,480,000
MAX No Mngd. Care, Med. Service Received         3,400,000 (39.1%)     1,920,000 (22.1%)     980,000    (11.3%)    940,000    (10.8%)   180,000   (2.1%)   1,280,000 (14.7%)     8,700,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Svc. Not Noted         1,420,000 (34.3%)      360,000    (8.7%)    360,000     (8.7%)   1,020,000 (24.6%)      80,000   (1.9%)    920,000   (22.2%)    4,140,000
MAX Some Mngd. Care, Med. Service Noted          7,940,000 (50.9%)     2,040,000 (13.1%)    1,060,000    (6.8%)   1,960,000 (12.6%)     220,000   (1.4%)   2,400,000 (15.4%)    15,600,000
No MAX Data Available                             100,000    (50.0%)     20,000 (10.0%)       20,000 (10.0%)        20,000 (10.0%)           0    (0.0%)     40,000 (20.0%)       200,000
Received Benefits in Survey Year

   Began Rcvng. Q1 Prev. Year or Earlier        10,650,000   (49.8%)   3,580,000 (16.7%)    2,040,000    (9.5%)   2,120,000    (9.9%)   400,000   (1.9%)   2,600,000 (12.1%)    21,400,000
   Began Receiving Q2 Prev. Year                  700,000    (41.7%)    240,000   (14.3%)    140,000     (8.3%)    220,000    (13.1%)    60,000   (3.6%)    300,000   (17.9%)    1,680,000
   Began Receiving Q3 Prev. Year                  540,000    (34.6%)    240,000   (15.4%)    140,000     (9.0%)    260,000    (16.7%)    40,000   (2.6%)    360,000   (23.1%)    1,560,000
   Began Receiving Q4 Prev. Year                  460,000    (29.1%)    120,000    (7.6%)    160,000    (10.1%)    360,000    (22.8%)    20,000   (1.3%)    440,000   (27.8%)    1,580,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year        180,000    (26.5%)     40,000    (5.9%)     80,000 (11.8%)       180,000    (26.5%)        0    (0.0%)    220,000   (32.4%)     680,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year      780,000    (32.0%)    280,000   (11.5%)    240,000     (9.8%)    480,000    (19.7%)    40,000   (1.6%)    620,000   (25.4%)    2,440,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year        11,400,000   (49.4%)   3,880,000 (16.8%)    2,180,000    (9.4%)   2,300,000 (10.0%)     460,000   (2.0%)   2,860,000 (12.4%)    23,100,000
Did Not Receive Benefits in Survey Year

   Last Received Q1 Prev. Year                     60,000     (6.7%)     60,000    (6.7%)     40,000     (4.4%)    420,000    (46.7%)    20,000   (2.2%)    280,000   (31.1%)     900,000
   Last Received Q2 Prev. Year                     80,000     (7.5%)     40,000    (3.8%)     80,000     (7.5%)    400,000    (37.7%)    40,000   (3.8%)    420,000   (39.6%)    1,060,000
   Last Received Q3 Prev. Year                    520,000    (29.2%)    140,000    (7.9%)    140,000     (7.9%)    440,000    (24.7%)    40,000   (2.2%)    500,000   (28.1%)    1,780,000
   Last Received Q4 Prev. Year                    220,000    (18.3%)    120,000   (10.0%)     80,000     (6.7%)    380,000    (31.7%)    40,000   (3.3%)    360,000   (30.0%)    1,200,000
   Eligible for < 61 Days of Previous Year         60,000     (8.8%)     20,000    (2.9%)     40,000     (5.9%)    320,000    (47.1%)    20,000   (2.9%)    220,000   (32.4%)     680,000
   Eligible for 61 to 180 Days of Prev. Year      120,000     (8.3%)     80,000    (5.6%)     80,000     (5.6%)    540,000    (37.5%)    60,000   (4.2%)    560,000   (38.9%)    1,440,000
   Eligible for > 180 Days of Prev. Year          700,000    (24.8%)    260,000    (9.2%)    220,000     (7.8%)    780,000    (27.7%)    60,000   (2.1%)    800,000   (28.4%)    2,820,000




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*Due to rounding, total values may not equal column or row sums.
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                 Phase II, Table 4: Reported Insurance Status of Persons Not Shown Receiving Medicaid in MSIS




                                                                                                                                                                      

                                                         CY 2001 Full Sample, Original Weight




                                                                                                                  

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                                                                                                                              Persons Not
                                                                   Persons Report-          Persons Not      Persons Not        Report-
                                                                         ing                  Report-          Report-       ing Medicaid
                                             Persons Report-        Medicaid and           ing Medicaid     ing Medicaid    But Other Public            Persons Report-
                                                   ing                  Other            But Other Public But Other Private   and Private                     ing
Selected Characteristics                     Medicaid Only            Coverage            Coverage Only    Coverage Only       Coverage                  as Uninsured         Total
Total Unweighted Count                            2,550 (5.7%)          1,550 (3.5%)          2,650 (5.9%)        24,900 (55.8%)       3,500 (7.8%)          9,450 (21.2%)      44,600
Total Weighted Count                          3,540,000 (5.2%)      2,300,000 (3.4%)       4,460,000 (6.6%)    37,000,000 (54.5%)   6,420,000 (9.4%)    14,250,000 (21.0%)   67,950,000
Age 0 - 5                                       520,000 (27.4%)        80,000 (4.2%)        100,000   (5.3%)     760,000 (40.0%)      20,000 (1.1%)        420,000 (22.1%)    1,900,000
Age 6 - 14                                      560,000 (18.2%)       100,000   (3.2%)      100,0