Table 8.1
Discharges aged 12 and older from outpatient medication-assisted opioid therapy,
by State or jurisdiction, according to reason for discharge: TEDS 2008
Number and percent distribution
[Based on linked admission and discharge data reported to TEDS by 38 States and jurisdictions. Comparisons among States should be made with caution.]
State or jurisdiction Reason for discharge (number) Reason for discharge (percent distribution)
All outpatient medication-assisted opioid therapy discharges Com-
pleted
Trans-
ferred
Dropped
out
Termi-
nated
Other Total Com-
pleted
Trans-
ferred
Dropped
out
Termi-
nated
Other
Total   62,328   9,043  11,365  25,115   7,626   9,179 100.0  14.5  18.2  40.3  12.2  14.7
Alaska     275      83      27      46      75      44 100.0  30.2   9.8  16.7  27.3  16.0
Arizona        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
Arkansas     196      68       4      81        - -      43 100.0  34.7   2.0  41.3      - -  21.9
California  10,873   1,054   2,153   6,816        - -     850 100.0   9.7  19.8  62.7      - -   7.8
Colorado     693      37     195     270      92      99 100.0   5.3  28.1  39.0  13.3  14.3
Connecticut   4,189   1,859     638     661     526     505 100.0  44.4  15.2  15.8  12.6  12.1
Delaware     305      10      75      12     194      14 100.0   3.3  24.6   3.9  63.6   4.6
District of Columbia     117       8       2      52      16      39 100.0   6.8   1.7  44.4  13.7  33.3
Florida   1,022     215     569     196       9      33 100.0  21.0  55.7  19.2   0.9   3.2
Hawaii      92      12      18      51       3       8 100.0  13.0  19.6  55.4   3.3   8.7
Idaho      42       4        - -      26       6       6 100.0   9.5      - -  61.9  14.3  14.3
Illinois   3,291     286   1,954     565     388      98 100.0   8.7  59.4  17.2  11.8   3.0
Indiana     192       5        - -     183        - -       4 100.0   2.6      - -  95.3      - -   2.1
Iowa     131      36       8      51      19      17 100.0  27.5   6.1  38.9  14.5  13.0
Kansas        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
Kentucky     554     280      77     168       3      26 100.0  50.5  13.9  30.3   0.5   4.7
Louisiana     174      64        - -      55      20      35 100.0  36.8      - -  31.6  11.5  20.1
Maine   2,591     673        - -   1,060     437     421 100.0  26.0      - -  40.9  16.9  16.2
Maryland   4,993     474   1,288   1,885     947     399 100.0   9.5  25.8  37.8  19.0   8.0
Massachusetts   2,838     619      12     960     483     764 100.0  21.8   0.4  33.8  17.0  26.9
Michigan   1,571      70     404     583     134     380 100.0   4.5  25.7  37.1   8.5  24.2
Minnesota     896      93     186     417      44     156 100.0  10.4  20.8  46.5   4.9  17.4
Mississippi      57      56        - -        - -        - -       1 100.0  98.2      - -      - -      - -   1.8
Missouri     150      17      51      53      25       4 100.0  11.3  34.0  35.3  16.7   2.7
Montana        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
Nebraska      60       8       4      19      15      14 100.0  13.3   6.7  31.7  25.0  23.3
Nevada     156       4      13      79      23      37 100.0   2.6   8.3  50.6  14.7  23.7
New Hampshire     251      61      75      14      23      78 100.0  24.3  29.9   5.6   9.2  31.1
New Jersey   6,678   1,064      48   3,692     592   1,282 100.0  15.9   0.7  55.3   8.9  19.2
New York  10,816     545   1,789   4,392   1,885   2,205 100.0   5.0  16.5  40.6  17.4  20.4
North Carolina     605      24     379     185        - -      17 100.0   4.0  62.6  30.6      - -   2.8
North Dakota        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -      - -        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -
Ohio   1,872     560     224     367     198     523 100.0  29.9  12.0  19.6  10.6  27.9
Oklahoma        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -      - -        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -
Oregon   1,517     155     109     641     313     299 100.0  10.2   7.2  42.3  20.6  19.7
Puerto Rico     278      37      13     186       3      39 100.0  13.3   4.7  66.9   1.1  14.0
Rhode Island     807      31     204     283     214      75 100.0   3.8  25.3  35.1  26.5   9.3
South Carolina        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
South Dakota      39      21       8       6        - -       4 100.0  53.8  20.5  15.4      - -  10.3
Tennessee        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
Texas     842     201     146     188     153     154 100.0  23.9  17.3  22.3  18.2  18.3
Utah     495     193      25     235       5      37 100.0  39.0   5.1  47.5   1.0   7.5
Vermont        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
Virginia     381       3       2      50     130     196 100.0   0.8   0.5  13.1  34.1  51.4
Washington   2,273     113     659     581     649     271 100.0   5.0  29.0  25.6  28.6  11.9
Wisconsin      16        - -       6       6       2       2 100.0      - -  37.5  37.5  12.5  12.5
Wyoming        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -        - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -      - -
- -  Quantity is zero.
NOTE: The "Other" category includes clients who were discharged because they were incarcerated, died, moved, became ill, were hospitalized, or other reason somewhat out of client's control, or if the client status at discharge was not known.
SOURCE: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS). Data received through 5.06.10.

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