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Indiana ranks near bottom in heath care return
Wednesday Jul 30, 2014 2:28pm
By: Tim Murray
UNDATED – According to one take on health care return on investment, Indiana ranks among the worst states in the country.
The Hoosier state ranks 43rd in a study by Wallet Hub.
Put another way, Indiana residents pay more for health care but have poorer outcomes than residents in most other states.
Wallet Hub compared health care cost and quality of health rankings for 47 states.
Michigan ranked 13th largely because its health care cost ranking was 10th.
Ohio was tied for 39th.
The top ranked state was Minnesota, which was first in health care costs, second in death rate and third in health rankings.