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Table 4 Weighted % of placed versus unplaced managed care enrollees during 2-year period before and after baseline across Medicaid expenditure patterns

From: Impact of a New York City supportive housing program on Medicaid expenditure patterns among people with serious mental illness and chronic homelessness

  Total Very low coverage Low user Middle user Emerging user Second-highest user High user
N: placed vs. unplaced 737 vs. 2090 71 vs. 361 71 vs. 221 140 vs. 341 172 vs. 491 186 vs. 359 97 vs. 317
Prior to baseline 24% vs 28% 0% vs 3% 4% vs 11% 51% vs 58% 18% vs 23% 35% vs 41% 19% vs 26%
Post baseline 43% vs 33%a 19% vs 23% 26% vs 20% 46% vs 42% 52% vs 33%a 61% vs 46%a 58% vs 35%
  1. aDifference in % of managed care enrollees between placed and unplaced groups was statistically significant at p < .05 according to conditional logistic regression that accounted for propensity score matching
  2. Data sources: NYC Department of Homeless Services, NYC Department of Correction, NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, NYC Human Resources Administration’s Customized Assistance Services and HIV/AIDS Services Administration, and New York State Office of Mental Health