Report: Rhode Island ranks 47th for local, state health care spending

STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS in Rhode Island spend the third least on health care of of any U.S. state on a per capita basis, according to a newly released study by Self Financial Inc., a financial technology company. / COURTESY SELF FINANCIAL INC.
STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS in Rhode Island spend the third least on health care of any U.S. state on a per capita basis, according to a newly released study by Self Financial Inc., a financial technology company. / COURTESY SELF FINANCIAL INC.
Rhode Island’s state and local governments spend the third least on health care of any U.S. state on a per capita basis, according to a newly released study by Self Financial Inc., a financial technology company. The Self Financial analysis claims that 2.8% of total state and local government spending in Rhode Island goes toward…

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