In 2013, total spending on behavioral health disorders reached $201 billion, a 26% increase from $160 billion in 2007. The total spending includes all costs of care provided to the civilian non-institutional population, active-duty military, and institutionalized populations being treated for broad range of behavioral health conditions such as psychiatric disorders, addiction disorders, conduct disorders, developmental disability, and dementia. The $201 billion represented about 8.2% of the total $2,441 billion in personal health care spending in 2013, and 9.3% of the total $2,167 personal health spending allocated to specific diagnostic conditions that year.
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