Special Report

This Is the Worst American State for Healthcare

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1. New York
> Total Index score: 58.9 out of 100
> State residents per hospital: 103,763 – 7th most
> Annual healthcare spending per capita: $9,851 – 5th highest
> People satisfied with hospital service: 66% – 5th lowest

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2. Connecticut
> Total Index score: 58.3 out of 100
> State residents per hospital: 101,509 – 12th most
> Annual healthcare spending per capita: $8,076 – 24th lowest
> People satisfied with hospital service: 71% – 24th highest

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3. Pennsylvania
> Total Index score: 57.4 out of 100
> State residents per hospital: 73,166 – 18th fewest
> Annual healthcare spending per capita: $7,311 – 11th lowest
> People satisfied with hospital service: 71% – 24th highest

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4. Massachusetts
> Total Index score: 56.1 out of 100
> State residents per hospital: 96,003 – 19th most
> Annual healthcare spending per capita: $8,871 – 13th highest
> People satisfied with hospital service: 73% – 17th highest

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5. Florida
> Total Index score: 55.8 out of 100
> State residents per hospital: 100,663 – 13th most
> Annual healthcare spending per capita: $7,299 – 10th lowest
> People satisfied with hospital service: 68% – 7th lowest

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