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Source: MACPAC 2016 analysis of MSIS data as of December 2015.

Notes: Data from fiscal year 2013. Dually eligible enrollees are covered by both Medicaid and Medicare; those with limited benefits receive only Medicaid assistance with Medicare premiums and cost sharing. Enrollment numbers generally include individuals ever enrolled in Medicaid-financed coverage during the year, even if for a single month; however, in the event individuals were also enrolled in CHIP-financed Medicaid coverage (i.e., Medicaid-expansion CHIP) during the year, they are excluded if their most recent enrollment month was in Medicaid-expansion CHIP. Numbers exclude individuals enrolled only in Medicaid-expansion CHIP during the year and enrollees in the territories. 

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