Which states spend the most on healthcare?

People living in Alaska spend the most on healthcare, while residents of Hawaii pay the least, according to an analysis from senior healthcare resource The Senior List.

The Senior List analyzed Healthcare Cost Institute data to determine costs by state, including annual spending, procedure cost and more.

How healthcare spending per person in all 50 states and D.C. compares:

1. Alaska - $7,469
2. West Virginia - $6,813
3. South Dakota - $6,733
4. New Hampshire - $6,720
5. Wyoming - $6,695
6. New Jersey - $6,402
7. Wisconsin - $6,355
8. New York - $6,335
9. South Carolina - $6,233
10. Connecticut - $6,232
11. North Dakota - $6,131
12. Vermont - $6,103
13 Texas - $6,057
14. Indiana - $6,043
15. Maine - $5,993
16. Minnesota - $5,988
17. Ohio - $5,975
18. Delaware - $5,805
19. Nebraska - $5,772
20. Pennsylvania - $5,696
21. Georgia - $5,668
22. Florida - $5,615
23. Louisiana - $5,577
24. Kentucky - $5,566
25. North Carolina - $5,532
26. Rhode Island - $5,508
27. Washington, D.C. - $5,488
28. Colorado - $5,487
29. Illinois - $5,478
30. California - $5,466
31. Idaho - $5,458
32. Virginia - $5,455
33. Oklahoma - $5,427
34. Massachusetts - $5,426
35. New Mexico - $5,408
36. Mississippi - $5,385
37. Iowa - $5,364
38. Washington - $5,348
39. Montana - $5,336
40. Tennessee - $5.306
41. Missouri - $5,184
42. Oregon - $5,112
43. Alabama - $5,031
44. Nevada - $5,028
45. Arizona - $4,962
46. Michigan - $4,961
47. Maryland - $4,919
48. Kansas - $4,887
49. Arkansas - $4,608
50. Utah - $4,499
51. Hawaii - $3,626

More articles on benchmarking:
How physician salary compares to revenue generated
3 things to know about ophthalmologist salary, revenue generated
How much did PAs make in 2018?

© Copyright ASC COMMUNICATIONS 2019. Interested in LINKING to or REPRINTING this content? View our policies by clicking here.

 

Top 40 Articles from the Past 6 Months