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Table 8.1.g: Office-based Medical Provider Services-Median and Mean Expenses per Person With Expense and Distribution of Expenses by Source of Payment: United States, 2014
Physical or Occupational Therapist Visits Only
Population Characteristic Population
(in thousands)
Percent
with
expense
Per person with an expense Total
Expenses
(in millions)
Percent distribution of total expenses by source of payment
Median Mean Out of
pocket
Private
insurance a
Medicare Medicaid Other b
Total 318,440 4.1 800 1,407 18,405 11.6 43.6 21.2 11.2 12.4
Age in years  
Under 65 270,479 3.2 807 1,487 12,802 13.0 55.3 2.6 14.6 14.5
Under 5 19,912 1.9 875 1,436 544 6.9 41.7 0.0 50.2 1.2
5-17 53,888 1.7 742 1,787 1,662 12.6 67.9 0.0 15.5 4.0
18-44 112,965 2.2 600 1,118 2,790 14.3 57.5 2.0 9.7 16.4
45-64 83,714 5.7 946 1,625 7,805 13.0 52.8 3.6 13.7 16.9
65 and over 47,961 9.3 752 1,252 5,603 8.6 16.9 63.5 3.3 7.6
Sex  
Male 155,866 3.6 832 1,433 8,143 11.5 46.3 19.1 5.9 17.2
Female 162,574 4.6 737 1,386 10,262 11.7 41.5 22.8 15.3 8.6
Race/ethnicity  
Hispanic 55,840 1.9 592 1,518 1,582 9.0 37.7 15.9 18.3 19.0
White, Non-Hispanic 194,571 5.2 824 1,377 14,059 12.4 45.4 22.0 9.4 10.8
Black, Non-Hispanic 38,926 2.7 742 1,537 1,626 5.1 33.0 22.4 15.5 24.0
Amer. Indian/AK Native/Multi. Races, non-Hisp. 11,040 3.2 595 1,816 648 11.0 46.2 20.6 20.1 2.0
Asian/Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, non-Hispanic 18,063 2.3 592 1,171 490 20.2 44.3 10.7 13.0 11.8
Health insurance status c  
<65, Any private 182,184 3.9 824 1,433 10,056 15.0 70.4 1.0 0.6 13.1
<65, Public only 57,233 2.5 693 1,709 2,413 3.1 0.0 9.9 75.1 11.9
<65, Uninsured 31,063 0.6 800 1,867 332 24.9 0.0 0.0 0.0 75.1
65+, Medicare only 16,406 8.0 499 1,077 1,413 12.5 0.0 76.4 0.0 11.1
65+, Medicare and private 25,605 10.9 824 1,347 3,773 7.4 24.2 61.1 0.4 6.8
65+, Medicare and other public 5,096 5.4 869 1,308 359 0.7 0.0 48.6 47.0 3.7
65+, No Medicare 854 10.2 832 675 59 39.7 57.0 0.0 0.0 3.3
Poverty status d  
Negative or Poor 47,182 2.6 800 1,871 2,325 2.8 2.7 23.9 57.8 12.8
Near-poor 14,819 3.9 725 1,521 872 6.5 16.8 36.2 28.4 12.1
Low income 44,510 2.4 474 1,123 1,208 3.8 11.6 35.6 18.0 31.0
Middle income 92,119 3.1 780 1,255 3,569 13.2 40.7 25.3 4.8 16.1
High income 119,811 6.1 840 1,420 10,430 14.4 59.7 16.2 0.7 8.9
Census Region  
Northeast 56,441 4.8 965 1,379 3,727 12.5 44.0 18.1 16.4 9.1
Midwest 67,894 4.6 939 1,656 5,127 9.1 49.3 20.9 10.7 10.1
South 118,991 3.0 716 1,281 4,590 15.0 36.0 28.7 11.4 8.9
West 75,114 4.9 675 1,340 4,962 10.6 44.5 16.9 7.5 20.5
Perceived Health Status  
Excellent 103,482 2.3 712 1,372 3,252 11.2 68.5 10.2 4.1 6.1
Very Good 102,672 4.1 675 1,331 5,658 13.1 57.7 17.2 1.9 10.1
Good 77,142 5.0 912 1,293 5,006 13.1 31.7 24.7 7.3 23.1
Fair 26,230 8.2 824 1,659 3,557 9.5 22.7 29.2 31.5 7.1
Poor 8,397 5.3 949 2,082 932 4.2 15.2 34.3 35.3 11.0
Missing 517 0.0 . . 0 . . . . .

a Private insurance includes Tricare (Armed-Forces-related coverage).
b Other includes other public programs such as Department of Veterans Affairs (except Tricare); other Federal sources (Indian Health Service, military treatment facilities, and other care provided by the Federal Government); other State and local sources (community and neighborhood clinics, State and local health departments, and State programs other than Medicaid); and other public (Medicaid payments reported for persons who were not enrolled in the Medicaid program at any time during the year). Other also includes Worker's Compensation; other unclassified sources (e.g., automobile, homeowner's, liability, and other miscellaneous or unknown sources); and other private insurance (any type of private insurance payments reported for persons without private health insurance coverage during the year, as defined in MEPS).
c Uninsured refers to persons uninsured during the entire year. Public and private health insurance categories refer to individuals with public or private insurance at any time during the period; individuals with both public and private insurance and those with Tricare (Armed-Forces-related coverage) are classified as having private insurance; 65+, No Medicare refers to persons age 65+ without Medicare but with private, or Medicaid, or uninsured.
d Poor refers to incomes below the Federal poverty line; near poor, over the poverty line through 125 percent of the poverty line; low income, over 125 percent through 200 percent of the poverty line; middle income, over 200 percent to 400 percent of the poverty line; and high income, over 400 percent of the poverty line.

Source: Center for Financing, Access and Cost Trends, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality: Medical Expenditure Panel Survey, 2014.


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Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. Office-based Medical Provider Servicess-Mean and Median Expenses per Person With Expense and Distribution of Expenses by Source of Payment: United States, 2014. Medical Expenditure Panel Survey Household Component Data. Generated interactively. (March 23, 2019)