The payer mix of each state in 2023

Utah has the highest percentage of residents enrolled in commercial health plans (68 percent), New Mexico has the highest percentage enrolled in Medicaid (28 percent), and Maine has the highest percentage enrolled in Medicare (22 percent), according to a health coverage report published by insurance trade group AHIP in April.

How each state's residents receive health coverage:

Alabama
Commercial: 54 percent
Medicaid: 18 percent
Medicare: 17 percent
Uninsured: 8 percent 

Alaska
Commercial: 44 percent
Medicaid: 18 percent
Medicare: 12 percent
Uninsured: 12 percent

Arizona
Commercial: 51 percent
Medicaid: 20 percent
Medicare: 16 percent
Uninsured: 10 percent 

Arkansas
Commercial: 47 percent
Medicaid: 25 percent
Medicare: 18 percent
Uninsured: 9 percent

California
Commercial: 54 percent
Medicaid: 24 percent
Medicare: 13 percent
Uninsured: 8 percent

Colorado
Commercial: 58 percent
Medicaid: 19 percent
Medicare: 12 percent
Uninsured: 7 percent 

Connecticut
Commercial: 56 percent
Medicaid: 20 percent
Medicare: 17 percent
Uninsured: 6 percent

Delaware
Commercial: 50 percent
Medicaid: 23 percent
Medicare: 19 percent
Uninsured: 7 percent

Florida
Commercial: 49 percent
Medicaid: 15 percent
Medicare: 20 percent
Uninsured: 13 percent 

Georgia
Commercial: 56 percent
Medicaid; 17 percent
Medicare: 13 percent
Uninsured: 12 percent

Hawaii
Commercial: 54 percent
Medicaid: 18 percent
Medicare: 18 percent
Uninsured: 4 percent 

Idaho
Commercial: 54 percent
Medicaid: 20 percent
Medicare: 15 percent
Uninsured: 10 percent 

Illinois
Commercial: 62 percent
Medicaid: 16 percent
Medicare: 15 percent
Uninsured: 7 percent 

Indiana
Commercial: 58 percent
Medicaid: 20 percent
Medicare: 16 percent
Uninsured: 5 percent

Iowa
Commercial: 59 percent
Medicaid: 16 percent
Medicare: 17 percent
Uninsured: 7 percent

Kansas
Commercial: 62 percent
Medicaid: 12 percent
Medicare: 16 percent
Uninsured: 8 percent

Kentucky
Commercial: 50 percent
Medicaid: 22 percent
Medicare: 18 percent
Uninsured: 7 percent

Louisiana
Commercial: 48 percent
Medicaid: 25 percent
Medicare: 15 percent
Uninsured: 9 percent

Maine
Commercial: 54 percent
Medicaid: 17 percent
Medicare: 22 percent
Uninsured: 4 percent

Maryland
Commercial: 61 percent
Medicaid: 17 percent
Medicare: 14 percent
Uninsured: 7 percent

Massachusetts
Commercial: 60 percent
Medicaid: 22 percent
Medicare: 15 percent
Uninsured: 3 percent

Michigan
Commercial: 59 percent
Medicaid: 20 percent
Medicare: 18 percent
Uninsured: 3 percent

Minnesota
Commercial: 64 percent
Medicaid: 17 percent
Medicare: 15 percent
Uninsured: 4 percent

Mississippi
Commercial: 48 percent
Medicaid: 22 percent
Medicare: 17 percent
Uninsured: 11 percent 

Missouri
Commercial: 60 percent
Medicaid: 14 percent
Medicare: 18 percent
Uninsured: 8 percent

Montana
Commercial: 55 percent
Medicaid: 19 percent
Medicare: 18 percent
Uninsured: 6 percent

Nebraska
Commercial: 64 percent
Medicaid: 12 percent
Medicare: 16 percent
Uninsured: 6 percent 

Nevada
Commercial: 54 percent
Medicaid: 17 percent
Medicare: 17 percent
Uninsured: 11 percent 

New Hampshire
Commercial: 60 percent
Medicaid: 13 percent
Medicare: 20 percent
Uninsured: 5 percent

New Jersey
Commercial: 61 percent
Medicaid: 18 percent
Medicare: 15 percent
Uninsured: 5 percent

New Mexico
Commercial: 38 percent
Medicaid: 28 percent
Medicare: 19 percent
Uninsured: 10 percent

New York
Commercial: 53 percent
Medicaid: 27 percent
Medicare: 14 percent
Uninsured: 6 percent 

North Carolina
Commercial: 56 percent
Medicaid: 16 percent
Medicare: 16 percent
Uninsured: 8 percent

North Dakota
Commercial: 65 percent
Medicaid: 11 percent
Medicare: 15 percent
Uninsured: 6 percent 

Ohio
Commercial: 54 percent
Medicaid: 22 percent
Medicare: 18 percent
Uninsured: 5 percent 

Oklahoma
Commercial: 50 percent
Medicaid: 19 percent
Medicare: 16 percent
Uninsured: 14 percent

Oregon
Commercial: 58 percent
Medicaid: 18 percent
Medicare: 17 percent
Uninsured: 6 percent

Pennsylvania
Commercial: 56 percent
Medicaid: 20 percent
Medicare: 17 percent
Uninsured: 6 percent

Rhode Island
Commercial: 59 percent
Medicaid: 19 percent
Medicare: 18 percent
Uninsured: 3 percent

South Carolina
Commercial: 55 percent
Medicaid: 17 percent
Medicare: 17 percent
Uninsured: 8 percent 

South Dakota
Commercial: 66 percent
Medicaid: 12 percent
Medicare: 15 percent
Uninsured: 5 percent 

Tennessee
Commercial: 52 percent
Medicaid: 18 percent
Medicare: 17 percent
Uninsured: 10 percent 

Texas
Commercial: 54 percent
Medicaid: 15 percent
Medicare: 12 percent
Uninsured: 17 percent 

Utah
Commercial: 68 percent
Medicaid: 12 percent
Medicare: 10 percent
Uninsured: 9 percent

Vermont
Commercial: 58 percent
Medicaid: 19 percent
Medicare: 19 percent
Uninsured: 3 percent 

Virginia
Commercial: 62 percent
Medicaid: 13 percent
Medicare: 13 percent
Uninsured: 6 percent 

Washington
Commercial: 60 percent
Medicaid: 19 percent
Medicare: 13 percent
Uninsured: 7 percent

Washington, D.C.
Commercial: 63 percent
Medicaid: 22 percent
Medicare: 10 percent
Uninsured: 4 percent

West Virginia
Commercial: 45 percent
Medicaid: 26 percent
Medicare: 20 percent
Uninsured: 7 percent

Wisconsin
Commercial: 59 percent
Medicaid: 17 percent
Medicare: 16 percent
Uninsured: 6 percent 

Wyoming
Commercial: 58 percent
Medicaid: 13 percent
Medicare: 16 percent
Uninsured: 9 percent


 

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