What will states lose by not expanding Medicaid?

Twenty-four states that have not expanded Medicaid will miss out on $423.6 million in federal Medicaid funds by 2022, and those states are on track to loose a $167.8 billion boost in Medicaid funding that was originally intended to offset cuts to their Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement, according to a recent study from the Urban Institute.

Here are the 10 states that stand to lose the most federal Medicaid funding by not expanding.

1. Florida — $66.1 billion

2. Texas — $65.6 billion

3. North Carolina — $39.6 billion

4. Pennsylvania — $37.8 billion

5. Georgia — $33.7 billion

6. Tennessee — $22.5 billion

7. Missouri — $17.8 billion

8. Indiana — $17.3 billion

9. Louisiana — $15.8 billion

10. South Carolina — $15.8 billion

Here are the 10 states that are on track to lose the most in hospital reimbursements by not expanding Medicaid.

1. Texas — $34.3 billion

2. Florida —$22.6 billion

3. Georgia — $12.8 billion

4. North Carolina — $11.3 billion

5. Pennsylvania — $10.6 billion

6. Indiana — $9.2 billion

7. Louisiana — $8 billion

8. Tennessee — $7.8 billion

9. Alabama — $7 billion

10. Mississippi — $6.8 billion

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