Physicians Practice Magazine just came out with a list of the Best States to Practice for 2010.
The article looked at things such as cost of living, state income tax, malpractice premiums, number of physicians per capita and number of disciplinary actions per 1000 physicians, then graded each state in each category as a “green,” “yellow,” or “red.”
Weren’t any states that were all “green,” but Alabama, Alaska, Kansas, South Dakota, Texas, and Tennessee came closest.
Worst states? New York leads the pack. DC, Hawaii, Rhode Island, and Vermont have multiple categories in the red as well.
Here are at least 10 reasons why Florida should NOT be one of the Best States to Practice Medicine