Complain about healthcare here in Minnesota all you want, but unfortunately we have nearly the best healthcare in all the United States.

Healthcare is a touchy subject as it costs us Minnesotans a ton of money each year, with crazy high deductibles, but you may be hard-pressed to find a better area of the country to get more appealing healthcare options!

The folks at WalletHub just released their 2017 "Best & Worst States for Healthcare" and Minnesota ranks 2nd best in the entire United States.

Source: WalletHub

They determined the results based on 35 measures of cost, accessibility and outcome related to healthcare in each state. Each of 3 were 33.33% of the results.

So who had the best results in the entire country? Odd enough it was the most expensive state to live in - Hawaii with a 67.36 score. Minnesota tied for 2nd with Iowa with a 66.62 score. Coming in absolute last was Louisiana with a score of 38.95.

The U.S. is in a transition of the healthcare system once again, with Obamacare slowly seeing it's fate. President Trump is pushing hard for a new healthcare system that is more beneficial and affordable for Americans. We'll see if that changes how Minnesota is scored once that new system is put into place!