The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation released its 2019 County Health Rankings March 19.
The rankings use state and national data to compare U.S. counties on more than 30 measures across four areas: health behaviors, clinical care, physical environment, and social and environmental factors. Measures include access to care, income, and alcohol or drug use. The list ranks counties in all 50 states based on their performance on these health measures relative to the health of other counties in each state.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, in collaboration with the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute in Madison, has shared updated County Health Rankings annually since 2010.
Below is a list of the county with the best health outcomes in each state. Take a deep dive into county health outcomes per state by clicking here.
SOURCE: Becker’s Hospital Review