"MSIS Medicaid Statistical Information System
" [accessed on October 23, 2015].
(2006) Sex Male 38% Female 32% Age 85+ years 13% 75 to 84 years 21% 65 to 74 years 27% Under 65 38% years Race/Ethnicity Other 3% Asian 5% Hispanic 17% Black 19% White 56% Income Level (Federal Poverty Level) More than 200% of FPL 6% 100% to 200% of FPL 36% Less than 100% of FPL 58% Sources: Urban Institute estimates based on data from the Medicaid Statistical Information System
(MSIS) and Medicaid Financial Management Reports (CMS Form 64) prepared for the Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured.
Abbreviations: CMS = Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, CY = calendar year, HERC = Health Economics Resource Center, MAX = Medicaid Analytic Extract, MSIS = Medicaid Statistical Information System
, VA = Department of Veterans Affairs, VIReC = VA Information Resource Center.
In addition, CMS has not incorporated the use of the Medicaid Statistical Information System
database into its oversight of states' claims or other systems projects intended to improve its analysis capabilities.
Table 1 compares per eligible payments of the dually eligible with non-dually eligible Medicaid enrollees based on an analysis of Federal fiscal year (FFY) 2002 Medicaid Statistical Information System
Table 1: Comparison of Counts from the Medicaid Statistical Information System
(MSIS) and the American Community Survey (ACS) Percentage Difference Count between ACS (millions) and MSIS MSIS count All records in MSIS 50.5 0.20 Minus duplicate enrollees and 47.6 5.93 deceased individuals Minus partial benefit enrollees and 42.6 15.81 stand-alone CHIP Plus stand-alone CHIP, per SEDS 46.3 8.50 Original ACS count of Medicaid Plus 50.6 Linked ACS count Weighted number of linked cases 40.0 Weighted number of linked cases 31.4 coded to Medicaid Plus Notes.
Medicaid utilization and spending trends were taken from the HCFA-2082, the CMS-64, and Medicaid Statistical Information System
(MSIS) tables (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, 2003).
(2009) estimated that for 2000 and 2001, the Medicaid enrollment counts implied by the Current Population Survey (CPS) were roughly 32 percent below the corresponding administrative data from the Medicaid Statistical Information System
Table 1: Counts from the Medicaid Statistical Information System
(MSIS), Current Population Survey (CPS), and Linked Data Files: 2000, 2001 (Numbers in Millions) Calendar Year Selected Universe Counts 2000 2001 MSIS administrative data counts A.1.
The BBA required all States to adapt the electronic reporting of the Medicaid 2082 information in the format of the Medicaid Statistical Information System
(MSIS), previously a voluntary option of States.
Roberts, L.: Medicaid Statistical Information System
: Project Overview.