Pennsylvania ties for 10th place in children’s health care rankings

    Pennsylvania has tied with North Dakota for a No. 10 ranking for child health care in the nation. New Jersey and Delaware ranked 29th and 31st, respectively.

    The report, “Securing a Healthy Future: The Commonwealth Fund State Scorecard of Child Health System Performance,” examined the effective of child health care programs.

    As the Philadelphia Business Journal reports, disparities were found in coverage and affordability, among other things.

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