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46284834Alabama$3,588.0013.63%74.60$23,171.043962423Arizona$3,864.0019.61%77.50$24,909.4049124441Arkansas$3,391.0017.50%75.10$21,715.461271114California$4,910.0018.53%78.30$25,682.071515820Colorado$4,825.0016.86%78.40$25,118.913532340Florida$3,988.0020.73%77.50$22,376.1330114338Georgia$4,160.0017.71%75.30$22,795.6748201729Idaho$3,401.0014.67%78.00$24,523.9018273119Illinois$4,728.0013.75%76.70$25,409.494135388Indiana$3,814.0011.63%76.20$26,346.372443642Iowa$4,335.009.90%78.50$21,436.4427322230Kansas$4,225.0012.56%77.50$24,377.3443214149Kentucky$3,683.0014.57%75.30$18,720.75944936Louisiana$5,033.0020.22%74.40$23,132.514547201Maine$3,588.009.08%77.60$30,142.2442373410Michigan$3,757.0011.03%76.50$26,179.551348215Minnesota$4,856.008.78%79.10$25,640.345155045Mississippi$3,003.0019.82%73.70$20,878.0538303716Missouri$3,880.0012.96%76.20$25,616.0244162617Montana$3,608.0016.43%77.30$25,559.0420311037Nebraska$4,445.0012.82%78.30$22,975.871193948Nevada$4,921.0018.41%75.90$18,878.50402253New Mexico$3,845.0022.77%77.30$28,552.586291827New York$5,681.0013.60%77.90$24,708.7121144043North Carolina$4,426.0017.25%75.80$21,287.542236446North Dakota$4,407.0011.16%78.70$20,442.6334403535Ohio$4,040.0010.90%76.40$23,138.953684239Oklahoma$3,913.0018.51%75.30$22,513.782913195Oregon$4,177.0017.38%77.90$27,047.112844296Pennsylvania$4,219.009.79%76.80$26,878.8747174713South Carolina$3,547.0016.20%74.90$25,839.8125381650South Dakota$4,322.0011.01%78.00$16,971.1133244647Tennessee$4,040.0014.08%75.00$19,389.751613032Texas$4,820.0024.92%76.70$24,002.593219344Utah$4,084.0015.09%78.70$21,281.9310222822Virginia$4,982.0014.25%76.90$24,937.5514341412Washington$4,832.0011.66%78.20$26,040.4350254518West Virginia$3,120.0013.84%75.00$25,528.6031491525Wisconsin$4,160.008.52%78.10$24,812.18523279Wyoming$5,990.0014.16%77.10$26,326.60
Costs The Cost of Failure (2007) Coverage Insurance Coverage by Percent Uninsured (2007) Quality Life Expectancy (2000) Outlook 2016 Full Cost of Family Employer- Sponsored Health Insurance ...
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QualityHighestLowest
Overall Quality of CareMNLA
Life Expectancy (2000)HIDC
Infant Mortality (2005)DCUT
Heart DiseaseWVDC
CancerLAUT
DiabetesTNCO
ObesityMSCO
SmokingKYUT
Outlook 2016HighestLowest
Full Cost of Family Employer- Sponsored Health Insurance (2016)MEHI
Annual Rate of Growth: Full Cost of Family Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance vs. Median Household IncomeNMSD
Full Cost of Family Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance as a Share Median Household Income (2016)SCHI
Employee Contribution to Full Cost of Family Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance (2016)ORID
Annual Rate of Growth: Employee Contribution to Full Cost of Family Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance vs. Median Household IncomeNMSD
Employee Contribution to Full Cost of Family Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance as a Share of Median Household Income (2016)ORDE
Full Cost of Individual Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance (2016)DENV
Annual Rate of Growth: Full Cost of Individual Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance vs. Median Annual WageCONV
Full Cost of Individual Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance as a Share of Median Annual Wage (2016)WVDE
Employee Contribution to Full Cost of Individual Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance (2016)NHHI
Annual Rate of Growth: Employee Contribution to Full Cost of Individual Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance vs. Median Annual WageMTWA
Employee Contribution to Full Cost of Individual Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance as a Share of Median Annual Wage (2016)NHDE
Benefits: Average Copayments (2006-16)NMRI
Benefits: Average Deductibles (2006-16)HIID