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Health and Hospitals State Expenditures in 2021

RankStateFIPS CodeValue($000)
1California0600021,772,240
2Texas4800019,143,811
3New York3600010,643,988
4Pennsylvania420008,566,513
5Florida120008,174,665
6Washington530007,988,447
7Michigan260007,461,036
8Ohio390006,678,577
9Virginia510006,233,721
10Missouri290005,173,002
11New Jersey340004,657,379
12South Carolina450004,489,468
13Oregon410004,068,650
14North Carolina370004,013,590
15Kansas200003,837,313
16Alabama010003,559,918
17Wisconsin550003,478,909
18Utah490003,195,765
19Kentucky210003,149,602
20Georgia130002,942,917
21Massachusetts250002,924,471
22Illinois170002,910,025
23Connecticut090002,841,269
24Iowa190002,796,163
25Maryland240002,561,331
26Colorado080002,429,973
27Tennessee470002,222,529
28New Mexico350002,098,014
29Mississippi280002,032,767
30Arkansas050001,728,400
31Oklahoma400001,423,983
32Minnesota270001,367,939
33Hawaii150001,248,100
34Louisiana220001,212,515
35Indiana180001,210,814
36Arizona04000948,092
37Rhode Island44000861,620
38Nevada32000661,248
39Delaware10000622,354
40Wyoming56000566,258
41Nebraska31000526,128
42West Virginia54000501,106
43Vermont50000467,276
44Maine23000377,263
45North Dakota38000363,175
46Alaska02000332,693
47Montana30000324,348
48New Hampshire33000276,367
49Idaho16000275,443
50South Dakota46000195,366

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

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