The 10 worst states for healthcare l 2019

WalletHub released its annual report of the best and worst states for healthcare Aug. 5.

WalletHub weighed the 50 states and Washington, D.C., against three key comparison points: cost, access and outcomes.

Here are the 10 worst states for healthcare, with their total score out of 100:

1. Alaska — 42.21
2. North Carolina — 42.63
3. Mississippi — 42.76
4. South Carolina — 42.96
5. Arkansas — 43.48
6. Georgia — 44.45
7. Oklahoma — 44.47
8. Louisiana — 44.50
9. Texas — 45.94
10. Alabama — 46.59

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