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Smoking Cessation and Medicaid Expenditures: A Cost-Benefit Analysis

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Steve Lerch - June 2002

Tobacco use is a major cause of preventable illness and death.  In Washington State, nearly one-third of low-income adults, many of whom receive of state-funded medical care, are smokers.  To assess the feasibility of offering smoking cessation services through state medical assistance programs, this report examines the potential costs and benefits of providing such services to adults enrolled in the state’s Medicaid program. 

Report ID: 02-06-3401

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