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Virginia ranks 20th in least money spent on healthcare, study says

The study also found that healthcare spending has increased by 17 percent since 2013 in the United States. (Source: TheSeniorList)
The study also found that healthcare spending has increased by 17 percent since 2013 in the United States. (Source: TheSeniorList)(WDBJ)
Published: Aug. 24, 2019 at 3:36 PM EDT
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According to a new study, Virginia ranks No. 20 in the country with the least money spent on healthcare each year.

The study, done by TheSeniorList, found Virginians spend an average of $5,455 per year on healthcare, which is below the national average of $5,640.78.

The top three states with the least money spent were as follows:

Hawaii - $3,626

Arkansas - $4,499

Kansas - $4,608

The states that spent the most were as follows:

Alaska - $7,469

West Virginia - $6,813

South Dakota - $6,733

The study also found that healthcare spending has increased by 17 percent since 2013 in the United States.

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