|Expenditure on care for residents (mln euro)|
This table contains information on expenditure and financing in current prices on the health care used by residents in the Netherlands in one year. All activities within the area of health care are included, irrespective of whether they are performed within or outside the health care sector. These figures are based on the definition of the System of Health Accounts as used by EUROSTAT, the OECD and the WHO.
The figures are derived from the Dutch Health and Social Care Accounts, which cover a broader range of activities (including e.g. child day care, welfare, and social services). The Dutch Health and Social Care Accounts include exports. In this table it can be found in the function M1(HC)+ : Other goods, services + exports.
This table also shows how the total figure in accordance with the System of Health Accounts is calculated from the total figure of the Dutch Health and Social Care Accounts(with figures on 2007 as example):
Total figure of the Dutch Health and Social Care Accounts (74643 million euro)
-/- health-related activities (7687 million euro)
-/- other goods, services and exports (including welfare and children’s day care) (9990 million euro)
= Total current expenditure on health (56966 million euro)
+/+ capital expenditure by health care providers (investments) (4581 million euro)
= Total expenditure on health (61547 million euro)
Data available from 2005 till 2013
Status of the figures:
The figures for 2012 and 2013 are revised provisional. Because this table is discontinued, figures will not be updated anymore. The figures for the years 2005 till 2011 are final.
Changes as of 21 May 2015:
This table has been discontinued.
When will new figures be published?
- Expenditure on care for residents
- Expenditure in current prices on the health and social care used by residents in one year. Expenditure on health and social care provided by Dutch providers and used by non-residents is also included in the function M1(HC)+ : Other goods, services + exports, in order to arrive at the total figure of the Dutch Health and Social Care Accounts.