This table includes national statistics on income statements, balance sheet figures and staff of enterprises and groups of enterprises with main activity hospital care, mental residential health care, care for the disabled, nursing home care, home care, residential care for other persons and youth care.
The target population consists of enterprises and groups of enterprises in the following classes of the Standard Industrial Classification 2008 (SIC 2008):
86101 University hospitals;
86102 General hospitals;
86103 Specialised hospitals (not mental);
86104 Mental health hospitals;
8720 and 87301 Care for disabled persons;
8710, 87302 and 88101 Residential and home care;
87902 Social assistance with residential care for other persons;
87901 Social assistance with residential and day care for children;
88991 Social work for children.
From 2015 onwards the population has been altered significantly by including privately financed health care and micro enterprises. Only limited information is published about micro enterprises, but it adds to a complete description of the targeted health care classifications of SIC 2008. Furthermore SIC 86222 Practices of psychiatrists and day-care centres for social health has now been removed from the population as it will be published in statistics of care practices rather than institutions.
In 2020 healthcare professionals received a 1 000 euros net bonus for Covid19 efforts. This was provided by the Ministry of Health to the healthcare providers, which in their turn payed their own employees including their self-employed and temporary workers. The gross amount of this payment by the ministry to the healthcare providers is recorded as 'Subsidies'. The payment of the bonus including tax payment is recorded as 'Labour costs' and the payments to temporary workers as 'Other personnel costs'.
Data available from: 2015
Status of the figures:
Figures for the last year are provisional, previous years are definite.
Changes as of April 22nd 2022:
Provisional figures over 2020 were published for 'Social work for children', 'Social assistance with residential and day care for children' and 'Residential care for other persons'. The same figures for 2019 were updated to definitive figures.
When will new figures be published?
In the first quarter 2023 provisional figures over 2021 will be published. At the same time provisional figures over 2020 will be updated to definitive figures.
- Large and medium-sized enterprises
- Enterprises or groups of enterprises containing at least one enterprise with more than 10 employees or a total operating return of more than 700.000 euro or assets of more than 350.000 euro. This in contrast to small enterprises of which there many in the health care sector.
On these larger enterprises, or health care institutions, we have more financial data available than we have on small enterprises.
- Number of enterprises
- The number of (groups of) enterprises having at least one enterprise with more than 10 employees or a total operating return of more than 700.000 euro or assets of more than 350.000 euro. This in contrast to small enterprises of which there many in the health care sector.
The enterprise/group of enterprises is the entity undertaking financial transactions. In operational terms, the enterprise/group of enterprises is defined as the collection of Dutch legal entities on which authority can be practised.
- The average number of jobs in the year under review in large and medium-sized enterprises. Figures are based on annual data from the Social Statistics Database (SSD) containing the income tax registry.
As one person can have more than one job the number of jobs is equal or higher than the number of employees.
An employee is a person with an employment contract with an economic unit to carry out labour in return for financial remuneration.
- Employees in FTE
- Employees in Full Time Equivalents (FTE) in large and medium-sized enterprises. Figures are based on annual data from the Social Statistics Database (SSD) containing the income tax registry.
Full-time equivalent (FTE) is a measure for labour volume; all jobs in one year are converted to FTEs.
- Wages (incl. extra’s)
- Wages of employees in large and medium-sized enterprises. Wages include special rewards, extra salary, incidental salary, compensation for overtime and vacation allowance.
Figures are based on annual data from the Social Statistics Database (SSD) containing the income tax registry.
- Profit/loss account
- Operating returns
- The results from normal business activities, this is the sales of goods and services, the value of stock changes, the activated production for the company, subsidies and damage claims.
- Total operating returns
- Net turnover
- Business returns, excluding VAT (value added taxes) from the selling of goods and services to customers. Turnover is calculated after deduction of discounts, bonuses, returnable deposits and on-charged freight costs
- Other revenues
- Revenues that are not part of net turnover.
These are: -the value of changes in stock, including work in progress; payments for personnel on loan; activated production for the company; subsidies and export restitutions; compensation for damages.
- Total other revenues
- Payment by the government or EU institutions to resident producers with the aim to influence production levels, prices, or remuneration of the production factors.
In 2020 healthcare professionals received a 1 000 euros net bonus for Covid19 efforts. This was provided by the Ministry of Health to the healthcare providers, which in their turn payed their own employees including their self-employed and temporary workers. The provided bonus, including compensation for tax payments related to the bonus, is recorded as 'Subsidies'.
- Other revenues not before mentioned
- Revenues that are not part of net turnover and subsidies.
- Operating costs
- The costs made to achieve the operating profits, that is the purchase value of the turnover, labour costs, and depreciation on assets, and other business expenditure.
- Total operating costs