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OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry Statistics The most common disabling condition reported by participants in state Medicaid Buy-In programs is mental illness. More than 31% of participants identified themselves as having some form of mental illness or other mental disorder. Enrollment in the Medicaid Buy-In program among states rose by 400% within five years, increasing from 19,582 people in 13 states in 2000 to 94,963 in 27 states by 2004. The Medicaid Buy-In Program is designed to encourage . . .
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By Market Intelligence Team

OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry Statistics The most common disabling condition reported by participants in state Medicaid Buy-In programs is mental illness. More than 31% of participants identified themselves as having some form of mental illness or other mental disorder. Enrollment in the Medicaid Buy-In program among states rose by 400% within five years, increasing from 19,582 people in 13 states in 2000 to 94,963 in 27 states by 2004. The Medicaid Buy-In Program is designed to encourage . . .
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OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry Statistics The most common disabling condition reported by participants in state Medicaid Buy-In programs is mental illness. More than 31% of participants identified themselves as having some form of mental illness or other mental disorder. Enrollment in the Medicaid Buy-In program among states rose by 400% within five years, increasing from 19,582 people in 13 states in 2000 to 94,963 in 27 states by 2004. The Medicaid Buy-In Program is designed to encourage . . .
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