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Of that total, approximately $61 22 TEXTBOOK OF ADMINISTRATIVE PSYCHIATRY, SECOND EDITION TABLE 2–4. Percentage of state mental health agency expenditures on community-based vs. hospital services State mental hospital Community mental health center FY81 FY83 FY85 FY87 FY90 FY93 63 33 60 35 60 37 58 39 53 43 49 49 Note. FY = fiscal year. Source. Adapted from National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors Research Institute: Preliminary 1996 SMHA Profiles. Information supported under contract CMHS-SAB-96-0003 from Center for Mental Health Services/Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (CMHS/SAMHSA).
They also will imperil freestanding psychiatric facilities, particularly nonprofits, whose higher cost structure benefited from higher TEFRA limits. Simultaneously, the Healthcare Financing Administration granted waivers to numerous states to allow Medicaid populations to be fully managed; outcomes have been variable. However, they have been universally successful in reducing total inpatient days and overall prices (Ma and McGuire 1998). Although these programs have improved accessibility to freestanding psychiatric services where traditional Medicaid had been proscriptive, pricing in state-run carve-out programs is generally below the costs of urban academic health systems that provide the bulk of this care.
Inasmuch as people with dementia no longer had access to state psychiatric facilities, substantial evidence began to emerge that nursing homes were becoming the de facto long-term psychiatric facilities for the older adults of the late twentieth century (Burns et al. 1988). Late Twentieth Century The simultaneous expansion of indemnity insurance and science and technology fueled enormous growth in national healthcare expenditures. As the proportion of gross domestic product attributable to healthcare expenditures grew, policymakers and employers became increasingly concerned with the economic effects of healthcare inflation (Sharfstein et al.