|Periods||Expenditure in current prices Providers of health care Other providers of health care Municipal health care services (mln euro)|
This table contains information on the expenditure on health and social care including child care, in current and constant prices. The subjects cover expenses and finance of the care system, including price and volume developments. All activities within the area of health and social care are considered, irrespective of whether it concerns a major or minor activity of the economic units. These figures refer to a broader definition than internationally used in the System of Health Accounts, that refers to health care including long term nursing care (health).
Data available from: 1998 to 2011
Status of the figures:
All figures are final.
Because this table is discontinued, figures will not be updated anymore.
Changes as of August 27, 2014:
None, this table is discontinued.
When will new figures be published?
Not applicable anymore. This table has been replaced by three tables: Health accounts; providers and financing. Health accounts; providers and functions. Health accounts; functions and financing. See section 3.
- Expenditure in current prices
- The expenditure is expressed in euros of the year under review. In this
way the series gives the development of the value of the expenditure.
- Providers of health care
- Suppliers of goods and services in the area of medical, paramedical, and
nursing care. These goods and services are provided for people
suffering from diseases, disabilities or limitations of a physical and/or
mental nature, are related to prevention, diagnostics, treatment and
medical nursing/caring, are provided by trained experts and/or
companies (or parts of companies) set up for this purpose, or are
provided by households.
- Other providers of health care
- Municipal health care services
- (Inter)municipal medical institutions assigned to:
a. gain insight into the state of health of the population;
b. monitor the consequences of administrative decisions with regard to
c. promote hygiene and psycho-hygiene;
d. contribute to prevention programmes, provide information on health and
e. implement procedures to prevent infectious diseases and curb
health-related risks factors among young people.