10/31/2013

A Commonwealth Fund report revealed low-income Americans were less likely than their wealthier counterparts to have access to health care and receive high-quality care. However, high-income individuals living in states with low health care scores appeared to fare worse than those with low incomes living in states with better scores. Researchers also found Hawaii and states in the Northeast and Upper Midwest had better health scores than Southern and South Central states.

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