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Another way of looking at best places to practice

Bob Doherty, writing in MedPage today, gives a list of the best places to practice outside of  the desire to maximize physicians’ incomes.

He asks: “What if practice locations were instead ranked by the fewest and the most numbers of uninsured patients? You end up with a ranking like this:”

The top 10 best states based on fewest uninsured (as percentage of population):

1. Massachusetts (4%)

2. Hawaii (5%)

3. Minnesota (7%

4. Delaware (7%)

5. Vermont (8%)

6. District of Columbia (8%)

7. South Dakota (9%)

8. Rhode Island (9%)

9. Wisconsin (9%)

10. Iowa (9%)


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