When considering medical costs, health care access, and quality of life for those aged 65 and older, Minnesota, North Dakota, and Massachusetts have been named the best states overall for health care for those aged 65 and older. Oklahoma, Georgia, and the District of Columbia have been named the least ideal states for health care in this population, based on these factors. States were ranked based on a composite score made up of medical costs (cost), health care access (access), and quality of life (quality) for those aged 65 and older, with a score of 100 representing the best elderly . . .
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