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Health and Hospitals State Expenditures in 2015

RankStateFIPS CodeValue($000)
1California0600012,364,827
2Texas480008,358,204
3New York360008,027,008
4Pennsylvania420005,709,108
5Ohio390005,511,541
6Virginia510005,377,592
7Florida120004,656,621
8Michigan260004,632,327
9Washington530004,497,717
10Illinois170003,550,271
11New Jersey340003,537,841
12Missouri290003,531,340
13Colorado080003,241,262
14North Carolina370002,840,976
15South Carolina450002,740,781
16Oregon410002,522,136
17Arizona040002,408,606
18Georgia130002,341,842
19Alabama010002,219,779
20Connecticut090002,140,783
21Massachusetts250002,007,141
22Wisconsin550001,979,389
23Kentucky210001,925,865
24Iowa190001,880,372
25Maryland240001,823,795
26Kansas200001,794,428
27Utah490001,772,036
28New Mexico350001,595,819
29Mississippi280001,552,250
30Hawaii150001,397,051
31Arkansas050001,241,361
32Oklahoma400001,075,945
33Louisiana220001,019,042
34Tennessee47000972,219
35Indiana18000701,840
36Minnesota27000691,275
37Nebraska31000663,943
38Nevada32000588,195
39Maine23000492,855
40Delaware10000469,201
41West Virginia54000402,584
42Vermont50000336,999
43Wyoming56000261,185
44Alaska02000242,354
45Rhode Island44000236,789
46Idaho16000219,926
47South Dakota46000207,823
48North Dakota38000206,121
49Montana30000203,165
50New Hampshire33000169,515

Data Source: Rockefeller Institute of Government, U.S. Census Bureau

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