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Weighted sum of the number of standard deviations each core outcome is from the national average.

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All Outcomes: Iowa

Iowa All Outcomes (1990-2013) see more
  • Weighted sum of the number of standard deviations each core outcome is from the national average.

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United States All Outcomes (2005-2008) see more
  • Weighted sum of the number of standard deviations each core outcome is from the national average.
Ranking Value State
1 0.326 Minnesota
2 0.323 Hawaii
3 0.265 Utah
4 0.225 North Dakota
5 0.222 Alaska
6 0.222 South Dakota
7 0.208 New Hampshire
8 0.208 Nebraska
9 0.178 New Jersey
10 0.175 Colorado
11 0.171 Wisconsin
12 0.17 Vermont
13 0.155 Iowa
14 0.15 Massachusetts
15 0.145 Connecticut
16 0.139 Idaho
17 0.13 Montana
18 0.123 Wyoming
19 0.12 Washington
20 0.097 Kansas
21 0.083 California
22 0.059 Oregon
23 0.059 New York
24 0.048 Maryland
25 0.039 Maine
26 0.031 New Mexico
27 0.018 Arizona
28 0.015 Virginia
29 -0.003 Texas
30 -0.003 Rhode Island
31 -0.005 Nevada
32 -0.018 Georgia
33 -0.026 Pennsylvania
34 -0.034 Illinois
35 -0.035 Delaware
36 -0.07 North Carolina
37 -0.084 Florida
38 -0.088 Michigan
39 -0.109 Missouri
40 -0.119 South Carolina
41 -0.144 Indiana
42 -0.152 Ohio
43 -0.23 Tennessee
44 -0.233 Louisiana
45 -0.251 Oklahoma
46 -0.266 Arkansas
47 -0.29 Kentucky
48 -0.293 West Virginia
49 -0.3 Mississippi
50 -0.373 Alabama

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Overview

Outcomes represent what has already occurred, either through death, disease, or missed days due to illness. In America's Health Rankings®, outcomes include prevalence of diabetes, number of poor mental and physical health days in last 30 days, disparity in health status, infant mortality, cardiovascular deaths, cancer deaths and premature death. Outcomes account for 25 percent of the final ranking.