To provide context for each state’s spending on health care services, the State Health Care Spending Project examined 20 health indicators that show wide variation among states’ residents. Given the complexity of achieving and maintaining good health, direct correlations cannot and should not be made between the health status of the population of a state and the level of its health care spending. High-value health care is as much about how dollars are spent as it is about how many dollars are spent.
Read Tracking Key Health Indicators: Providing Context for State Health Care Spending for the full analysis.
|District of Columbia||Missouri||Tennessee|
|Indiana||New Mexico||West Virginia|