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The best states for physicians in 2021: The 12 worst states


Which states do you think ranked lowest this year?

What are the best states for physicians to practice in? Find out in Physicians Practice®’s Best States to Practice 2021 exclusive data project.

For our analysis, our editors ranked the states based on 2020 data covering five categories:

  • Mean salary
  • Malpractice premium costs
  • The 2020 cost of living index
  • Tax climate (state collections per capita)
  • Physician density

Physicians Practice obtained the data from publicly available sources and partner organizations. The Cunningham Group provided malpractice premiums for each state. Averages, published in the report, were calculated by Physicians Practice®.

Here’s a brief description of our methodology: We ranked each state on the criteria described desirable outcome per criteria, then averaging those scores resulted in the ranks of the states below and in other sequences in the slideshow series.

Below are the states and territories that overall ranked 52nd to 41st

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