Monthly Management Newsletter - January 2013

Mapping The Mental Health Market: 45 Million Adults With Mental Health Issues & $113 Billion In Annual Spending In 2005, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) estimated that national spending on mental health treatment totaled $113 billion. Of that total, public payers accounted for the majority (59%) of the total spending at $66 billion, while private payers accounted for the remaining $47 billion (42%). Medicaid was the single largest payer for all mental health treatment with 28% of the total expenditures; other state, federal, and . . .
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