Wisconsin ranks first in healthcare quality
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, June 29, 2009
Wisconsin was ranked first in the nation in overall healthcare quality in an annual report by the federal Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. The state received the top ranking two years ago. It was ranked second in the country, behind Minnesota, last year. The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality gives each state an overall score based on about 250 quality measures drawn from more than 30 sources.
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