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How much are medical services in different states of the USA: rating

Health is one of the most common sources of stress for Americans. According to a survey conducted by the American Psychological Association, about 70% of adults said that the cost of medical services causes them stress. Writes about it GOBankingRates.

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Nearly 40% of respondents reported that their families had received huge medical bills. Those who had private insurance were more likely than those who had public insurance to say that the cost of medical care was stressful for them.

Unsurprisingly, covering healthcare costs can be so worrisome. The average amount that Americans spent per person on healthcare was $ 20 in 172, according to Medicare and Medicaid Services. In fact, the cost is so high that half of adult Americans said that they or a member of their family postpone receiving medical or dental care until better times. Almost a third of respondents said they did not take prescription drugs because of their cost.

Given that healthcare costs have such a serious effect on the finances of Americans, GOBankingRates decided to find out which states have the most and the least affordable healthcare.

The study analyzed data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, as well as Center for Economic Research and Information on Annual Health Expenditures. The average costs of inpatient treatment in hospitals, the average annual medical insurance premiums for people receiving insurance from the employer, and the average medical debt of each resident of the state were also taken into account.

West Virginia

  • Health Cost of Living Index: 87,6
  • Annual healthcare costs: $ 4
  • Hospital Inpatient Cost Per Day: $ 1
  • Annual medical insurance contribution (depending on the number of people receiving coverage):
  • Coverage is received only by the insurance worker: $ 1
  • Employee and one family member: $ 3
  • Family: $ 4
  • Median medical debt: $ 621

Montana

  • Health Cost of Living Index: 95,1
  • Annual healthcare costs: $ 4
  • Hospital Inpatient Cost Per Day: $ 1
  • Annual medical insurance contribution (depending on the number of people receiving coverage):
  • Coverage is received only by the insurance worker: $ 1
  • Employee and one family member: $ 3
  • Family: $ 5
  • Median medical debt: $ 871

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Washington

  • Health Cost of Living Index: 118,5
  • Annual healthcare costs: $ 5
  • Hospital Inpatient Cost Per Day: $ 3
  • Annual medical insurance contribution (depending on the number of people receiving coverage):
  • Coverage only for insurance worker: $ 955
  • Employee and one family member: $ 2
  • Family: $ 3
  • Median medical debt: $ 637

Hawaii

  • Health Cost of Living Index: 120,3
  • Annual healthcare costs: $ 5
  • Hospital Inpatient Cost Per Day: $ 2
  • Annual medical insurance contribution (depending on the number of people receiving coverage):
  • Coverage only for insurance worker: $ 755
  • Employee and one family member: $ 3
  • Family: $ 5
  • Median medical debt: $ 389

Michigan

  • Health Cost of Living Index: 93,9
  • Annual healthcare costs: $ 4
  • Hospital Inpatient Cost Per Day: $ 2
  • Annual medical insurance contribution (depending on the number of people receiving coverage):
  • Coverage is received only by the insurance worker: $ 1
  • Employee and one family member: $ 3
  • Family: $ 4
  • Median medical debt: $ 537

Illinois

  • Health Cost of Living Index: 99,9
  • Annual healthcare costs: $ 4
  • Hospital Inpatient Cost Per Day: $ 2
  • Annual medical insurance contribution (depending on the number of people receiving coverage):
  • Coverage is received only by the insurance worker: $ 1
  • Employee and one family member: $ 3
  • Family: $ 5
  • Median medical debt: $ 591

New York

  • Health Cost of Living Index: 101,7
  • Annual healthcare costs: $ 5
  • Hospital Inpatient Cost Per Day: $ 2
  • Annual medical insurance contribution (depending on the number of people receiving coverage):
  • Coverage is received only by the insurance worker: $ 1
  • Employee and one family member: $ 3
  • Family: $ 5
  • Median medical debt: $ 442

New Jersey

  • Health Cost of Living Index: 101,8
  • Annual healthcare costs: $ 5
  • Hospital Inpatient Cost Per Day: $ 2
  • Annual medical insurance contribution (depending on the number of people receiving coverage):
  • Coverage is received only by the insurance worker: $ 1
  • Employee and one family member: $ 3
  • Family: $ 6
  • Median medical debt: $ 483

Florida

  • Health Cost of Living Index: 98,9
  • Annual healthcare costs: $ 4
  • Hospital Inpatient Cost Per Day: $ 2
  • Annual medical insurance contribution (depending on the number of people receiving coverage):
  • Coverage is received only by the insurance worker: $ 1
  • Employee and one family member: $ 3
  • Family: $ 5
  • Median medical debt: $ 782

California

  • Health Cost of Living Index: 113,3
  • Annual healthcare costs: $ 5
  • Hospital Inpatient Cost Per Day: $ 3
  • Annual medical insurance contribution (depending on the number of people receiving coverage):
  • Coverage is received only by the insurance worker: $ 1
  • Employee and one family member: $ 3
  • Family: $ 5
  • Median medical debt: $ 795

Louisiana

  • Health Cost of Living Index: 97,8
  • Annual healthcare costs: $ 4
  • Hospital Inpatient Cost Per Day: $ 1
  • Annual medical insurance contribution (depending on the number of people receiving coverage):
  • Coverage is received only by the insurance worker: $ 1
  • Employee and one family member: $ 4
  • Family: $ 6
  • Median medical debt: $ 726

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Arizona

  • Health Cost of Living Index: 97,6
  • Annual healthcare costs: $ 4
  • Hospital Inpatient Cost Per Day: $ 2
  • Annual medical insurance contribution (depending on the number of people receiving coverage):
  • Coverage is received only by the insurance worker: $ 1
  • Employee and one family member: $ 3
  • Family: $ 5
  • Median medical debt: $ 864

Rhode Island

  • Health Cost of Living Index: 106,6
  • Annual healthcare costs: $ 5
  • Hospital Inpatient Cost Per Day: $ 2
  • Annual medical insurance contribution (depending on the number of people receiving coverage):
  • Coverage is received only by the insurance worker: $ 1
  • Employee and one family member: $ 4
  • Family: $ 5
  • Median medical debt: $ 486

Texas

  • Health Cost of Living Index: 95,8
  • Annual healthcare costs: $ 4
  • Hospital Inpatient Cost Per Day: $ 2
  • Annual medical insurance contribution (depending on the number of people receiving coverage):
  • Coverage is received only by the insurance worker: $ 1
  • Employee and one family member: $ 4
  • Family: $ 5
  • Median medical debt: $ 850

Alaska

  • Health Cost of Living Index: 148,6
  • Annual healthcare costs: $ 7
  • Hospital Inpatient Cost Per Day: $ 2
  • Annual medical insurance contribution (depending on the number of people receiving coverage):
  • Coverage is received only by the insurance worker: $ 1
  • Employee and one family member: $ 3
  • Family: $ 4
  • Median medical debt: $ 1

Massachusetts

  • Health Cost of Living Index: 123,4
  • Annual healthcare costs: $ 6
  • Hospital Inpatient Cost Per Day: $ 3
  • Annual medical insurance contribution (depending on the number of people receiving coverage):
  • Coverage is received only by the insurance worker: $ 1
  • Employee and one family member: $ 4
  • Family: $ 5
  • Median medical debt: $ 349

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