Five Florida counties listed among the worst 30 in the country for health care coverage

There are just two months left before the exchanges that will allow millions of uninsured Americans to obtain health care coverage go live. To mark the countdown, a progressive think-tank released a new report today listing the worst counties in the country for health care services.

The Center for American Progress' Action Fund report named 30 counties, and five of them are in Florida, though none in the Tampa Bay area; they are Collier, Hendry, Miami-Dade, Monroe and DeSoto counties.

"What we're seeing is that many counties in Florida have a great deal to benefit from the implementation of Obamacare," said Tom Perriello, President of the Center for American Progress Action Fund.