Medicare beneficiaries per state for all 50 states & Washington DC

How many Medicare beneficiaries does each state have?

Here is the number of Medicare beneficiaries each state had in 2015, according to a report from the Kaiser Family Foundation.

The data includes people enrolled in Medicare Part A and/or B through Medicare or Medicare Advantage and other health plans. The numbers are based on CMS administrative enrollment data.

Alabama: 968,010
Alaska: 83,863
Arizona: 1,134,774
Arkansas: 594,596
California: 5,644,384
Colorado: 785,398
Connecticut: 630,333
Delaware: 180,529
District of Columbia: 88,421
Florida: 4,024,223
Georgia: 1,519,461
Hawaii: 244,364
Idaho: 282,024
Illinois: 2,066,376
Indiana: 1,150,553
Iowa: 571,956
Kansas: 487,086
Kentucky: 862,887
Louisiana: 793,159
Maine: 306,420
Maryland: 930,088
Massachusetts: 1,218,036
Michigan: 1,895,558
Minnesota: 912,285
Mississippi: 560,344
Missouri: 1,136,382
Montana: 201,359
Nebraska: 313,703
Nevada: 453,032
New Hampshire: 266,210
New Jersey: 1,492,066
New Mexico: 372,685
New York: 3,343,349
North Carolina: 1,769,074
North Dakota: 118,883
Ohio: 2,154,337
Oklahoma: 754,402
Oregon: 754,402
Pennsylvania: 2,533,515
Rhode Island: 203,289
South Carolina: 941,169
South Dakota: 156,127
Tennessee: 1,235,157
Texas: 3,633,785
Utah: 345,340
Vermont: 131,381
Virginia: 1,349,115
Washington: 1,190,127
West Virginia: 416,820
Wisconsin: 1,050,020
Wyoming: 95,055

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