Friday 21 Sep 2018


N.C. Ranks Low For Health Care

(North Carolina News Network)–When it comes to health care, North Carolina gets a very weak diagnosis. Personal finance website WalletHub ranked North Carolina as the fifth worst in 2017’s Best and Worst States for Health Care, released Monday. WalletHub spokesperson Jill Gonzalez says the report compared all 50 states and Washington D.C. on 35 standards measuring cost, accessibility and results of health care in each.  Hawaii, Iowa, Minnesota, New Hampshire and the District of Columbia made up the top five states for health care, while North Carolina, Arkansas, Alaska, Mississippi, and Louisiana were ranked the five worst. 

You can find the full WalletHub report here.



One Comment

  1. betablocker says:

    the CEO of NCBCBS made HUGE bonuses and raises over the last several years, it would be unfair not to mention how lucrative a business insurance is, here in NC….too bad the people aren’t getting what they pay for. SAD.


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