Health, lifestyle, health care use and supply, causes of death; key figures

Health, lifestyle, health care use and supply, causes of death; key figures

Periods Health and disease Sickness absence (%)
2021 .
Source: CBS.
Explanation of symbols

Table description

This table provides an overview of the key figures on health and care available on StatLine. All figures are taken from other tables on StatLine, either directly or through a simple conversion. In the original tables, breakdowns by characteristics of individuals or other variables are possible.
The period after the year of review before data become available differs between the data series.
The number of exam passes/graduates in year t is the number of persons who obtained a diploma in school/study year starting in t-1 and ending in t.

Data available from: 2001

Status of the figures:
Most figures are definite.
Figures reported for the last year are provisional for:
- AWBZ/Wlz-funded long term care;
- supplied drugs;
- Hbo nursing graduates / medicine graduates (university);
- physicians and nurses employed in care;
- Mbo health care graduates;
- average period of hospitalisation;
- diagnoses known to the general practitioner;
- profitability and operating results at institutions;
- perinatal mortality at pregnancy lasting at least 22 weeks (WHO);
- hospital admissions by some diagnoses.
Figures reported for the last two years are provisional for:
- persons employed in health and welfare.
For expenditures of care, figures for 2020 are provisional; the figures for 2018-2019 are revised provisional.

Changes as of 22 December 2021:
More recent figures have been added for:
- AWBZ/Wlz-funded long term care;
- supplied drugs;
- persons aged 80 or older;
- causes of death;
- youth care;
- perinatal mortality at pregnancy duration at least 24 weeks.
A new series was added on COVID19 as cause of death.

Changes as of 9 June 2021:
Series on Mbo health care graduates have been replaced by series on Mbo nursing and caring graduates.
New series have been added on youth care and indications for long term care.
Series on AWBZ/Wmo-funded nonresidential care have been removed.

When will new figures be published?
New figures will be published in the second quarter of 2022.

Description topics

Health and disease
Perceived health, contacts with the GP and hospital admissions for some diagnoses, sickness absence
Sickness absence
Sickness absence rate.
The number of days employees are absent because of illness (excluding maternity leave) as a percentage of the total number of working or calendar days.