10 best, worst states for healthcare

Personal finance website MoneyRates.com analyzed the quality of healthcare in all 50 states and D.C., ranking them based on a variety of metrics.

MoneyRates.com used data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and the Census Bureau to rank the states based on seven metrics including health insurance coverage, infant survival, nursing home capacity and hospital capacity.

The top 10:

1. Massachusetts
2. Colorado
3. Vermont
4. Wisconsin
5. Minnesota
6. Nebraska (tie)
6. Washington (tie)
8. Iowa
9. Hawaii
10. Connecticut

The bottom 10:

1. Mississippi
2. South Carolina
3. Georgia
4. Alabama
5. West Virginia
6. South Dakota
7. Oklahoma
8. Alaska
9. Tennessee (tie)
9. Nevada (tie)

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