Commonwealth Fund scorecard highlights the state of healthcare
Case Management Insider, January 19, 2016
While the quality of care you get still very much depends on what state you live in, the good news is healthcare in most states improved from 2013 to 2014, according to the fourth Commonwealth Fund Scorecard on State Health System Performance.
Among the positive findings, “the percentage of adults who went without care because of costs in the past year declined by two points or more in 21 states.” The same was true of the number of uninsured children age 18 and under, according to the report.
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