As the U.S. continues to battle the coronavirus pandemic, health care is more important than ever – and where you reside can determine what kind of care you’re able to get.
WalletHub's report analysis was based on 44 measurements within three categories: cost, access and outcomes.
Aside from its overall ranking, WalletHub also found how each state did in regard to some of those 44 measurements.
For example, the report found that Utah has the lowest average monthly insurance premium while West Virginia, Wyoming and Vermont tied for the highest average monthly insurance premium.
Washington, D.C. has the most hospital beds per capita and the most physicians per capita. D.C. also tied with Wyoming for the place with the most dentists per capita.
Meanwhile, Utah has the fewest hospital beds per capita, Idaho has the fewest physicians per capita and Tennessee has the fewest dentists per capita.
To see the overall ranking, these are the best and worst states -- including Washington, D.C. -- for health care this year, according to WalletHub.
10 Best States for Health Care
2. Rhode Island
10. South Dakota
10 Worst States for Health Care
47. North Carolina
44. West Virginia