(WIBW) - The Sunflower State earns high marks when it comes to quality health care.
WalletHub released its rankings Monday on the best and worst states for health care. Kansas came in 14th overall.
The study compares states on 43 measures in the areas of cost, accessibility, and outcomes. Kansas came in 7th for cost; 16th for access; and 27th in outcomes, which includes factors like rates of heart disease and diabetes, infant mortality, and child immunizations.
The top states overall in the study were Minnesota, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island. Alaska, North Carolina and Mississippi were the bottom three.