The Brigham and Women's Hospital of Boston released a study of factors affecting health of residents of each state and county in the country. This database and map of Georgia counties include information about the number of uninsured residents, the ratio of patients to primary care physicians, the number of preventable hospital stays per 1,000 Medicare enrollees, and the percentage of people who reported they delayed medical care because of the costs. The study ranked each county on delayed medial care. Georgia counties ranked from low of 10.75 to a high of 28.89. The higher the number, the more delayed care reports and the darker the color is on the map. Counties in orange had too small of samples to provide accurate data analysis.