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

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

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  • Weighted sum of the number of standard deviations each core outcome is from the national average.
Ranking Value State
1 0.344 Hawaii
2 0.326 Minnesota
3 0.261 Utah
4 0.223 Colorado
5 0.217 North Dakota
6 0.183 Alaska
7 0.178 Connecticut
8 0.16 New Hampshire
9 0.155 South Dakota
10 0.145 Vermont
11 0.144 Massachusetts
12 0.143 Nebraska
13 0.142 Iowa
14 0.136 New Jersey
15 0.117 Montana
16 0.108 Idaho
17 0.091 Wyoming
18 0.074 Kansas
19 0.069 Washington
20 0.067 Wisconsin
21 0.063 Texas
22 0.06 Rhode Island
23 0.058 Virginia
24 0.054 California
25 0.05 Maryland
26 0.039 Nevada
27 0.032 Oregon
28 0.019 New York
29 0.014 Maine
30 -0.01 New Mexico
31 -0.012 Illinois
32 -0.03 Arizona
32 -0.03 Georgia
34 -0.04 Missouri
35 -0.045 Pennsylvania
36 -0.051 Florida
37 -0.1 Delaware
38 -0.105 Michigan
39 -0.109 Ohio
40 -0.114 North Carolina
41 -0.124 Indiana
42 -0.193 South Carolina
43 -0.265 Kentucky
44 -0.273 Louisiana
45 -0.279 Arkansas
46 -0.285 Tennessee
47 -0.299 Oklahoma
48 -0.31 West Virginia
49 -0.329 Alabama
50 -0.339 Mississippi

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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.