10 states with best, worst health ROI

Analysts from WalletHub, a personal finance social network, have used data from 47 states to create a health-related return on investment metric that shows the level of care and the price Americans can expect to pay for healthcare across the nation.

To determine the ROI concerning healthcare services, the analysts examined three key metrics: death rates, America's Health Rankings® and average individual health insurance premiums. Due to data limitations, Maine, Rhode Island and Vermont were excluded from the analysis.

States with the best health ROI

1. Minnesota

2. Utah

3. Kansas

4. Hawaii

4. Iowa

6. Illinois

7. Nebraska

8. Arizona

9. Maryland

10. Idaho

States with the worst health ROI

38. Nevada

39. Alabama

39. Ohio

41. Kentucky

42. South Carolina

43. Indiana

44. West Virginia

45. Arkansas

46. Louisiana

47. Mississippi

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