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Wyoming, the Cowboy State, ranks 25th in the most recent America’s Health Rankings. The state makes the middle of the pack and rates poorly in a couple categories: immunization among adolescents (41st); immunization among children (48th); lack of health insurance (30th); low birthweight (38th); pertussis (35th); premature death (30th); smoking (31st); immunization for female HPV (41st); and, preteen birth rate (32nd).
In the past 2 years, obesity has increased 20% from 24.6% to 29.5 of adults. Wisconsin has over 584,150 residents, with 10% of the population uninsured. The average cost of an inpatient hospital stay before insurance is $1,331 per day based on 2014 data, according to The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. Wyoming had healthcare expenditures totaling more than $3.8 billion in 2009. The state has 23 hospitals and 27 HMO groups with membership exceeding 10,200 individuals.