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West Virginia has long struggled with a lack of access to quality, affordable health care. Fifty-four of its 55 counties are classified as, at least in part, health care shortage areas. The state’s mountainous terrain can make it extremely difficult for patients in rural areas to find care, particularly for those with limited mobility. These concerns became particularly pressing during the COVID-19 pandemic. To make matters worse, West Virginia, like many states, keeps laws on the books that make care hard to find and afford. “We have a regulatory structure…Read More