Where Texas ranks among the best and worst states for health care; Hint: It’s not pretty

Texas, which has the largest uninsured population in the country, has earned another dubious honor. It’s now considered among the worst states in the country for health care.
New analysis produced by WalletHub ranks Texas No. 41.
Americans spend on average nearly $10,000 per year on personal health care, according to recent estimates from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, cited by WalletHub. That number is expected to grow. But increased costs don’t necessarily equate to better…

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