Data and Trends

Average of People Served and Covered by Title V Services Nationally in 1965


The following highlights the Title V and Medicaid programs averages served since 1965 for which data is available; this gives the view of program’s focus and strengths. Average breakdown of 33
million of the children and women served: 

Over 33 million women and children total, consisting of:

2.5 million Pregnant woman

3.9 million Infants less than 1 year

22.5 million Children 1 to 22 years

1.4 million CSCHN

 

Sources:

ftp://ftp.hrsa.gov/mchb/IAA/B_State_MCH_Medicaid_Chapter1.pdf

http://mchb.hrsa.gov/IAA/overview.htm

 

The following is some more recent data on the number of children and women served.

 

Number of Individuals Served by Title V by Class of Individuals on Selected Years

 

States often report populations served by Title V Programs in  a given year.  However, states use different data methodologies and multiple sources of data, data reported in this table may include actual counts, estimates (and at times data are not available at the time of reporting). The following table shows total populations reported by MCHB’s Title V Information System (TVIS) nationally on selected 5 year period: 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004.


National/

Report Year

Pregnant

Women

Infants less Than 1 Year

Children

1 to 22 Years

CSHCN

Other

Total

2008

2,560,280

4,119,899

29,015,882

1,844,973

2,758,028

40,299,062

2007

2,598,455

4,032,424

25,807,416

1,830,735

2,784,268

37,053,298

2006

2,599,338

3,949,593

23,593,861

1,418,445

3,046,093

34,607,330

2005

2,468,776

3,875,149

22,543,966

1,370,947

2,855,171

33,114,009

2004

2,327,892

3,822,746

22,050,122

963,634

2,957,008

32,121,402

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Source:

https://perfdata.hrsa.gov/MCHB/mchreports/Search/program/prgsch04.asp