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Rough Rider State rides into Top 10 in annual ranking of healthiest states

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How healthy is living in North Dakota? It’s not as rough as the “Rough Rider” moniker suggests. For the second year in a row, North Dakota was ranked among the top 10 states, coming in at #9 in the 2013 edition of America’s Health Rankings® by the United Health Foundation.

Why North Dakota was ranked #9

Since 2009, the state has been rebounding from its lowest rank (#17). The state still has some baggage weighing down its ranking – the highest rate of occupational fatalities and second-highest rate of binge drinking in the nation among the factors. And, for the past two years, the number of primary care providers per capita has been decreasing.

But the bright side is that North Dakota has plenty of positive health measurements, including the lowest rate of drug-related deaths, the lowest number of mental health days by population (and second-lowest number of physical health days), excellent air quality, and one of the highest rates of ninth graders who ultimately end up graduating from high school.

For more details see the United Health Foundation’s latest findings on North Dakota.

Trust for America’s Health is another source for key North Dakota health quality findings.

In addition, 2010’s federal health reform, the Affordable Care Act (ACA), included the creation of a prevention fund to provide more than $16 billion over the next 10 years to invest in effective, proven prevention efforts, like childhood obesity prevention and tobacco cessation, and the site has a report on how it impacts North Dakotahere.

Get local health results

State snapshot too large? Get county-by-county health rankings for North Dakota, from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Population Health Institute at the University of Wisconsin.

More North Dakota resources

North Dakota state health insurance exchange

North Dakota’s exchange

Find out what your state’s health insurance exchange will look like.


$10,160 to 4,229 families

Insurance companies were forced to return an average of $5 per North Dakota family in 2012.


Find out how your member of the North Dakota Congressional delegation voted on health care.

ND state government resources

Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP)

Designed to provide health care insurance for children in families without health insurance or with inadequate health insurance. It does not replace Medicaid; in fact, children on Medicaid are precluded from CHIP…

North Dakota Department of Health

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North Dakota Insurance Department

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North Dakota Medicaid

Information on the federal and state funded Medicaid program for North…

North Dakota health insurance companies

Companion Life,in business 35+ years, Companion Life has an A.M. Best rating of A+ (Superior). The only ND carrier with health insurance plans in online pricing engines.

Health insurance for ND individuals

Resources for those individuals seeking health care insurance in North Dakota. If you are looking for North Dakota Medicare, visit our site for health insurance over 65.