The "states" of healthcare

July 2007
Pharmaceutical Representative;Jul2007, Vol. 37 Issue 7, p11
The article reports on the result of the study conducted by New York-based not-for-profit organization Commonwealth Fund that evaluates the quality of health care in the U.S. by state. Result shows that Hawaii is the top state for providing medical care, followed by Iowa, New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine, respectively. On the other hand, Mississippi and Oklahoma were found to have the worst healthcare performance among the states.


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