Prosperity Scorecard – California earns a ‘C’ grade for health care

Hemet and San Jacinto uninsured twice as high than California average Table Source: Prosperity Now Scorecard 2017The Prosperity Now Scorecard ranks 56 outcome measures from best to worst: a score of 1 is the most desirable; a score of 51 is least desirable. Grades are given on a curve: states that rank 1-10 get As; 11-20 get Bs; 21-36 get Cs; 37-47 get Ds; and those that ranked 48-51 get Fs. California earned a rank of 30, which equates to a “C” grade for the Healthcare category. ■ Mary Ann Morris / Editor Back in the ‘50s and ‘60s, health insurance was nearly unheard of. Most families paid cash for doctors

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