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Data by state on Americans 50-plus: health, financial security, housing, caregiving and more. Read
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State-specific data on socioeconomic indicators and public programs that impact the health and well-being of older Americans:
The number of seniors who count on Social Security for much of their retirement income; the percentage of middle income seniors kept out of poverty by Social Security; number of state Medicare beneficiaries; and the role of Social Security and Medicare in the state economy.
Long-term Care and Independent Living Profile
Population by age cohort, locality, gender, income level, disability rates. Long-term care financing, utilization, costs, resources and trends.
Data on affordability and access to care, quality of care and quality of life, choice of setting and providers, and support for family caregivers.
Households by race, type, family make-up, and incidence of disabilities. Characteristics of occupied units.
Data on non-Medicaid services, Medicaid long-term services and supports (LTSS), LTSS expenditures and provider payment rates, and state priorities.
Demographic data, health expenditures and financing, health status, Medicare enrollment, utilization and quality of services, access to care.
Economic indicators, population and poverty data, income distribution, state and local revenues, taxes and rates, state and local expenditures.
Lifeline and link-up phone assistance. Low Income Home Energy Assistance, Weatherization Assistance Programs and utility rate assistance.
Number of care givers, economic value of caregiving, economic value relative to level of Medicaid spending.
Visit PPI’s State Data Center for information on other states and national data.