August 1, 2022

Best and worst states for health care

Rated by Wallet Hub 


Best vs. Worst

  • Utah has the lowest average monthly health-insurance premium, $408, which is 2.8 times lower than in West Virginia, the highest at $1,144.
  • California has the highest retention rate for medical residents, 70.80 percent, which is 4.5 times higher than in the District of Columbia, the lowest at 15.70 percent.
  • Vermont has the lowest number of infant mortalities (per 1,000 live births), four, which is two times lower than in Mississippi, the highest at eight.
  • West Virginia has the lowest share of at-risk adults without a routine doctor visit in the past two years, 9.40 percent, which is 2.3 times lower than in California, the highest at 21.50 percent.

1 comment:

Greg Gerritt said...

If RI is ranked #1 then the country is in much worse shape than I thought as there are many holes in health care here in RI