A federal agency has graded Oklahoma health care and delivery services one of the worst in the nation.
The Agency for Health Care Research and Quality announced the rankings as part of an annual nationwide review of state health care.
Oklahoma received a "weak" overall for 2011 and scored a "weak" or "very weak" in 10 of the 12 categories. The state's lowest measures were home health care and heart disease.
The results were comprised from a 50-state comparison.