The Kaiser Family Foundation ranked which states are spending the most per capita on health care, using public and private expenditures from 2009, the most recent available.
20. South Dakota ($7,056 per capita in 2009)
19. Ohio ($7,076)
18. Florida ($7,156)
17. Wisconsin ($7,233)
16. Minnesota ($7,409)
15. Maryland ($7,492)
14. New Jersey ($7,583)
13. Vermont ($7,635)
12. West Virginia ($7,667)
11. Pennsylvania ($7,730)
10. North Dakota ($7,749)
9. New Hampshire ($7,839)
8. Rhode Island ($8,309)
7. New York ($8,341)
6. Delaware ($8,480)
5. Maine ($8,521)
4. Connecticut ($8,654)
3. Alaska ($9,128)
2. Massachusetts ($9,278)
1. Washington, D.C. ($10,349)
Check out the rest of the Kaiser Family Foundation's list here.
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