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    University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers in Ann Arbor topped the list of hospitals providing the most telehealth visits billed to Medicare during the first quarter of 2021, according to a Dec. 6 analysis from Hospital Pricing Specialists. 
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    California has the most areas facing shortages of primary care providers of all U.S. states, according to a ranking Kaiser Family Foundation released Nov. 11.
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    IBM Watson Health on Nov. 16 released its annual ranking of 50 top hospitals for cardiovascular care in collaboration with Fortune.
  • 20 most cost-efficient health systems

    Lynchburg, Va.-based Centra Health is the most cost-efficient health system in the U.S., according to a ranking from the Lown Institute, a nonpartisan healthcare think tank. 
  • 10 most overweight, obese states in America

    West Virginia is the most obese and overweight state in the U.S., according to an analysis released Nov. 15 by WalletHub, a personal finance website. 
  • States ranked by adult flu shot rate, 2020-21

    Massachusetts had the highest adult flu vaccination rate of all U.S. states during the 2018-19 flu season, according to a ranking Kaiser Family Foundation released Nov. 11.
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    The CDC reported a record number of sexually transmitted disease cases in 2019 for the sixth consecutive year. 
  • Where are the 23 Leapfrog straight-'A' hospitals?

    The Leapfrog Group released its fall 2021 Hospital Safety Grades on Nov. 10, assigning "A" through "F" letter grades to 2,901 general acute-care hospitals in the U.S. for patient safety performance.
  • Where are the 18 Leapfrog 'F' hospitals?

    The Leapfrog Group gave 18 hospitals failing grades in its fall 2021 Hospital Safety Grades released Nov. 10.
  • States ranked by unemployment recovery — Florida is No. 1

    Florida has had the quickest recovery rate from unemployment claims since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, while Washington, D.C., has the slowest recovery rate, based on a Nov. 4 report by WalletHub.
  • States ranked by percentage of adults in fair, poor health

    West Virginia has the highest percentage of adults who report fair or poor health, according to a ranking Kaiser Family Foundation released Nov. 4.
  • States ranked by percentage of adults without a personal physician

    Alaska was the state with the highest percentage of adults without a physician, according to data published Nov. 2 by the Kaiser Family Foundation. New Hampshire ranked lowest with just 10 percent of adults reporting they don't have a physician.
  • Where each state ranks in cybersecurity recovery potential — No. 1 is Vermont

    Businesses in Vermont have the highest likelihood of recovering from a cyberattack while businesses in Delaware have the lowest, according to a Verizon ranking published Oct. 27.
  • 50 states ranked by their healthcare workforce

    Pennsylvania has the largest percent of its workforce in healthcare while Wyoming has the smallest, based on a Becker's analysis of 2020 Commerce Department data.

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