Table 128National health expenditures for mental health services, average annual percent change and percent distribution, by type of expenditure: United States, selected years 1986–2003

[Data are compiled from various sources by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration]

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Type of expenditure198619901995200020022003
Amount in millions
Total expenditures$33,125$46,456$61,763$79,203$93,135$100,321
 Total, all service providers29,35540,63652,16357,74065,79069,918
  General non-specialty hospitals5,4697,61311,12512,06914,72915,927
   General hospital specialty units3,0385,7297,9536,4456,4556,568
   General hospital non-specialty units2,4321,8853,1715,6248,2749,359
  Specialty hospitals8,25111,06911,47311,00511,32811,673
  All physicians3,7535,8278,26110,44512,54113,748
   Psychiatrists2,6814,2765,9247,5698,6789,802
   Non-psychiatric physicians1,0721,5512,3372,8763,8633,946
  Other professionals3,0994,2615,1916,2517,5678,370
  Freestanding nursing homes4,7545,4965,2615,3105,9646,234
  Freestanding home health113221592612749823
  Multi-service mental health organizations3,9166,14810,26012,04812,91313,143
 Retail prescription drug2,1913,3405,75416,41720,94923,259
 Insurance administration1,5792,4803,8475,0466,3957,145
Amount in inflation-adjusted millions
Total expenditures, inflation-adjusted dollars$46,491$56,938$67,057$79,203$89,392$ 94,284
Deflator (2000 = 1.00)
GDP implicit price deflator 10.710.820.921.001.041.06
Average annual percent change from previous year shown
Total expenditures. . .8.85.95.18.47.7
 Total, all service providers. . .8.55.12.16.76.3
  General non-specialty hospitals. . .8.67.91.610.58.1
   General hospital specialty units. . .17.26.8−4.10.11.8
   General hospital non-specialty units. . .−6.211.012.121.313.1
  Specialty hospitals. . .7.60.7−0.81.53.0
  All physicians. . .11.67.24.89.69.6
   Psychiatrists. . .12.46.75.07.113.0
   Non-psychiatric physicians. . .9.78.64.215.92.1
  Other professionals.. . .8.34.03.810.010.6
  Freestanding nursing homes. . .3.7−0.90.26.04.5
  Freestanding home health. . .18.421.70.710.79.9
  Multi-service mental health organizations.. . .11.910.83.33.51.8
 Retail prescription drug. . .11.111.523.313.011.0
 Insurance administration. . .11.99.25.612.611.7
Percent distribution
Total expenditures100.0100.0100.0100.0100.0100.0
 Total, all service providers88.687.584.572.970.669.7
  General non-specialty hospitals16.516.418.015.215.815.9
   General hospital specialty units9.212.312.98.16.96.5
   General hospital non-specialty units7.34.15.17.18.99.3
  Specialty hospitals24.923.818.613.912.211.6
  All physicians11.312.513.413.213.513.7
   Psychiatrists8.19.29.69.69.39.8
   Non-psychiatric physicians3.23.33.83.64.13.9
  Other professionals9.49.28.47.98.18.3
  Freestanding nursing homes14.411.88.56.76.46.2
  Freestanding home health0.30.51.00.80.80.8
  Multi-service mental health organizations11.813.216.615.213.913.1
 Retail prescription drug6.67.29.320.722.523.2
 Insurance administration4.85.36.26.46.97.1
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Category not applicable.

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Gross domestic product (GDP) implicit price deflator developed by the U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis. Table 1.1.9 Implicit price deflator for gross domestic product is available from: http://www​.bea.gov/national​/nipaweb/TableView​.asp?SelectedTable​=13&Freq=Qtr&FirstYear​=2008&LastYear=2010, accessed September 13, 2006.

NOTES: Additional data on specialty and non-specialty providers are available in the Internet version of this table. Available from: http://www​.cdc.gov/nchs/hus.htm. Specialty providers include general hospital specialty units, specialty hospitals, psychiatrists, other professionals, multi-service mental health organizations, and specialty substance abuse centers. Non-specialty providers include general hospital non-specialty units, non-psychiatric physicians, freestanding nursing homes, and freestanding home health providers. Data for additional years are available. See Appendix III.

SOURCE: Mark TL, Levit KR, Coffey RM, McKusick DR, Harwood HJ, King EC, et al. National Expenditures for Mental Health Services and Substance Abuse Treatment, 1993–2003. SAMHSA pub no SMA 07–4227. Rockville, MD: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, 2007 and unpublished data.

Category not applicable.

Gross domestic product (GDP) implicit price deflator developed by the U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis. Table 1.1.9 Implicit price deflator for gross domestic product is available from: http://www​.bea.gov/national​/nipaweb/TableView​.asp?SelectedTable​=13&Freq=Qtr&FirstYear​=2008&LastYear=2010, accessed September 13, 2006.

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