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Preventable Hospitalizations, Best to Worst Ranked

Preventable Hospitalizations, All 50 States Ranked

The state by state Preventable Hospitalizations list is the primary source to calculate the Annual Health Rankings Report and a big part in determining the states’ overall health score.  The report listed below is the most recent data.  Values reflect discharges for care sensitive conditions such as chronic pulmonary disease, diabetes, asthma, dehydration and more. The national average of preventable hospitalizations was 42.37 per 1,000 patients ,with Hawaii at the lowest and Minnesota at the most preventable hospitalizations in the nation.  Access the complete report here. 

 

  1. Hawaii — 19.71
  2. Utah — 22.87
  3. Idaho — 23.9
  4. Alaska — 24.08
  5. Colorado — 24.34
  6. Oregon — 26.5
  7. Arizona — 27.55
  8. New Mexico — 27.88
  9. Washington — 28.04
  10. Montana — 29.32
  11. Vermont — 32.48
  12. Wyoming — 33
  13. California — 33.3
  14. Nebraska — 35.17
  15. Maine — 35.56
  16. Iowa — 36.32
  17. Wisconsin — 37.02
  18. New Hampshire — 38.37
  19. Nevada — 39.36
  20. Rhode Island — 39.64
  21. Kansas — 40.14
  22. South Dakota — 40.87
  23. Maryland — 41.07
  24. North Dakota — 41.28
  25. South Carolina — 41.41
  26. Virginia — 42
  27. New York — 42.34
  28. Connecticut — 43.65
  29. Pennsylvania — 44.61
  30. New Jersey — 44.82
  31. North Carolina — 44.98
  32. Texas —46.56
  33. Missouri — 46.62
  34. Oklahoma — 47.23
  35. Georgia — 47.41
  36. Delaware — 47.45
  37. Arkansas — 47.47
  38. Florida — 47.79
  39. Tennessee — 47.92
  40. Indiana — 48.1
  41. Michigan — 48.2
  42. Ohio — 48.66
  43. Massachusetts — 48.83
  44. Illinois — 49.54
  45. District of Columbia — 51.76
  46. Alabama — 54.51
  47. Kentucky — 55.09
  48. Louisiana — 55.61
  49. West Virginia — 55.93
  50. Mississippi — 56.28
  51. Minnesota — 57.21

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