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OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst The World in Which We Work In fiscal year 2007, Medicaid represented about 22% of total spending by states, and is estimated to increase by 6.6% in fiscal year 2007 over 2006 spending. State governors’ recommended budgets for fiscal year 2008 reflect a 5.8% increase over 2007 funding. In addition, 34 governors have introduced plans to reduce the number of uninsured residents in their states in 2008. Proposed fiscal 2008 funding for plans to reduce the number . . .
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By Market Intelligence Team

OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst The World in Which We Work In fiscal year 2007, Medicaid represented about 22% of total spending by states, and is estimated to increase by 6.6% in fiscal year 2007 over 2006 spending. State governors’ recommended budgets for fiscal year 2008 reflect a 5.8% increase over 2007 funding. In addition, 34 governors have introduced plans to reduce the number of uninsured residents in their states in 2008. Proposed fiscal 2008 funding for plans to reduce the number . . .
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OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst The World in Which We Work In fiscal year 2007, Medicaid represented about 22% of total spending by states, and is estimated to increase by 6.6% in fiscal year 2007 over 2006 spending. State governors’ recommended budgets for fiscal year 2008 reflect a 5.8% increase over 2007 funding. In addition, 34 governors have introduced plans to reduce the number of uninsured residents in their states in 2008. Proposed fiscal 2008 funding for plans to reduce the number . . .
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