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Table 4.1. State data system reporting characteristics

State or jurisdiction Reporting facilities Eligible clients Geographic coverage Change of service within episode Change of provider within episode
Required to report to State* Other reporting facilities
Alabama Facilities that receive State/public funding Some federal facilities All clients in facility State-wide Transfer Admission
Alaska Facilities that receive State/public funding None All clients in facility State-wide Transfer Admission
Arizona n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
Arkansas Facilities that receive State/public funding None All clients in facility State-wide Transfer Admission
California Facilities that receive State/public funding Some private facilities All clients in facility State-wide Transfer Transfer
Colorado Facilities that receive State/public funding 2 private methadone clinics Some private facilities, solo practitioners, and federal facilities All clients in facility State-wide Admission Transfer (if no change in service)
Connecticut Facilities that receive State/public funding State-operated facilities Private facilities None All clients in facility State-wide Admission Admission
Delaware Facilities that receive State/public funding None State/public-funded clients only State-wide Transfer Transfer
Dist. of Columbia Facilities that receive State/public funding Some private facilities n/a District-wide Transfer n/a
Florida Facilities that receive State/public funding Some private facilities n/a State-wide Transfer Transfer
Georgia Facilities that receive State/public funding None State/public-funded clients only State-wide Transfer Transfer
Hawaii Facilities that receive State/public funding None All clients in facility State-wide Transfer Transfer
Idaho Facilities that receive State/public funding None State/public-funded clients only State-wide Transfer Transfer
Illinois Facilities that receive State/public funding Medicare-certified facilities None State/public-funded clients required; some facilities report all clients State-wide Transfer Some reported as Transfer
Indiana Agencies that receive State/public funding None Clients receiving State assistance under Hoosier Assurance Plan only State-wide Transfer Not permitted within contract period (i.e., fiscal year)
Iowa Facilities that receive State/public funding Private facilities None All clients in facility State-wide Transfer Admission
Kansas Facilities that receive State/public funding Some private facilities All clients in facility State-wide Transfer Admission
Kentucky Facilities that receive State/public funding None All clients in facility State-wide Admission Most reported as Transfer
Louisiana Facilities that receive State/public funding None All clients in facility State-wide Admission Transfer
Maine Facilities that receive State/public funding Private facilities Solo practitioners None All clients in facility State-wide Admission Admission
Maryland Facilities that receive State/public funding Private facilities None All clients in facility State-wide Transfer** Transfer**
Massachusetts Facilities that receive State/public funding Some private facilities All clients in facility State-wide Transfer** Admission
Michigan Facilities that receive State/public funding All facilities can report, but currently only a few do so All clients in facility State-wide Admission Admission
Minnesota Facilities that receive State/public funding None All clients in facility State-wide Admission Admission
Mississippi n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a
Missouri Facilities that receive State/public funding Some solo practitioners State/public-funded clients only State-wide Admission Transfer
Montana Facilities that receive State/public funding Facilities that are State-approved but not State-funded None All clients in facility State-wide Admission Transfer
Nebraska Facilities that receive State/public funding (including Indian Health Service facilities) None Most facilities report all clients, but some report State/public-funded clients only State-wide Transfer** Admission
Nevada Facilities that receive State/public funding Private facilities and solo practitioners can report, but currently none do so All clients in facility State-wide Transfer Transfer
New Hampshire Facilities that receive State/public funding n/a n/a State-wide Transfer Transfer
New Jersey Facilities that receive State/public funding Private methadone clinics Most private hospital-based facilities All solo private practitioners None All clients in facility State-wide Transfer Admission
New Mexico Facilities that receive State/public funding (including State hospitals) None All clients in facility State-wide Transfer Transfer
New York Facilities that receive State/public funding Private facilities None All clients in facility State-wide Admission Admission
North Carolina Facilities that receive State/public funding None All clients in facility State-wide Admission Admission
North Dakota Facilities that receive State/public funding None All clients in facility State-wide Transfer Transfer
Ohio Facilities that receive State/public funding Some private facilities and most federal facilities All clients in facility, except private facilities which report State/public-funded clients only State-wide Transfer** Transfer**
Oklahoma Facilities that receive State/public funding None All clients in facility State-wide Transfer Admission
Oregon Facilities that receive State/public funding Private facilities that serve Oregon Health Plan (OHP) clients All federal facilities All clients in facility, except private facilities which report OHP clients only State-wide Admission Admission
Pennsylvania Facilities that receive State/public funding Some private facilities and solo practitioners State/public-funded clients only are required; data on all clients is requested and received from some facilities State-wide Transfer** Transfer**
Puerto Rico Facilities that receive Commonwealth/public funding Facilities licensed to provide narcotic replacement therapy Some private facilities All clients in facility Common-wealth-wide Transfer Transfer
Rhode Island Facilities that receive State/public funding Methadone outpatient facilities None All clients in facility State-wide Admission Admission
South Carolina Facilities that receive State/public funding None All clients in facility State-wide Admission Admission
South Dakota Facilities that receive State/public funding Agencies accredited by State None All clients in facility State-wide Transfer Transfer
Tennessee Programs that receive State/public funding None State/public-funded program clients only State-wide Admission Admission
Texas Facilities that receive State/public funding None State/public-funded clients only State-wide Transfer Transfer
Utah Facilities that receive State/public funding None All clients in facility State-wide Admission Admission
Vermont Facilities that receive State/public funding None State/public-funded clients only are required; however data on all clients is reported by most facilities State-wide Admission Transfer
Virginia Facilities that receive State/public funding None All clients in facility State-wide Transfer Transfer
Washington Facilities that receive State/public funding Some private facilities State/public-funded clients only State-wide Some reported as Transfer Transfer
West Virginia Facilities that receive State/public funding n/a n/a State-wide Transfer n/a
Wisconsin Facilities that receive State/public funding None State/public-funded clients only Excludes 5 counties (including the cities of Madison and Milwaukee), with 32% of State clients Admission Admission
Wyoming Facilities that receive State/public funding None All clients in facility State-wide Admission Admission
* 'State/public funding' generally refers to funding by the State Substance Abuse Agency, but may also include funding by another public agency.
** Reported as Discharge and corresponding Admission in State system, but as Transfer to TEDS.
n/a Coverage information is not currently available.

SOURCE: Office of Applied Studies, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.


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