Health expenditure; revenues of health care financing schemesFigures
Health and care expenditure Revenues of healthcare financing schemes; healthcare financing schemes
Health expenditure; functions and financing for international comparisonsFigures
Health accounts; functions and financing, healthcare functions; healthcare financing
Until 31 December 2005 Dutch health insurance was divided into a collective and a private part. The collective part was based on the Compulsory Health Insurance Act (ZFW) and the Exceptional Medical Expenses...
Health expenditure; providers and financing for international comparisonsFigures
Health Accounts; providers and financing, providers; financing
Health, lifestyle, health care use and supply, causes of death; key figuresFigures
Birth, death, life expectancy, health and disease, use of health care services, education and labour market, costs of care, care providers
Government; Taxes and social contributionsFigures
Revenue collected from taxes and social contributions Types of taxes and social contributions
Compulsory health insurance act (ZFW)Other
Law that was in force until 1 January 2006. The aim of the law was to ensure people whose income is below the threshold of proper health care under the compulsory health insurance act . The law does not...
Health care institutions; key figures, finance and personnelFigures
Profit/loss account, balance sheet, personnel, self-employed, hospitals, mental health hospitals, residential care for children
Government revenue; transactions, sectorsFigures
Government revenue (ESA 2010). Current and capital transactions, sectors, quarters.
Government; Balance and Maastricht debt, sectorsFigures
Balance and Maastricht debt in million euros and as percentage of GDP subdivided to subsectors of general government.
Government expenditure; transactions, sectorsFigures
Government expenditure (ESA 2010). Current and capital transactions, sectors, quarters.
Government expenditure and consumption; functions, transactions, sectorsFigures
Government expenditure and final consumption by function (COFOG): General public services, defense, health, education and social protection
Government debt; debt instruments, counterpart sector, valuation, sectorsFigures
Total government debt and debt in foreign currency. Debt instruments, counterpart sector, face- and market value, sectors.
Exceptional Medical Expenses Act (AWBZ)Other
A social insurance for the entire population against the risk of exceptional medical expenses.
Financial instruments: From-whom-to-whom matrices; National AccountsFigures
Financial transactions between institutional sectors Sectors, balance sheets and transactions
Housing satisfaction; household and dwelling characteristicsFigures
Satisfaction with current dwelling and current living environment Owner or tenant, Household characteristics, Dwelling characteristics
Housing costs of households; household and dwelling characteristicsFigures
Housing costs, housing cost ratio, skewed rent Owner or tenant, household characteristics, dwelling characteristics
Health, lifestyle, health care use and supply, causes of death; from 1900Figures
Health status, lifestyle, use of health care services, care supply, (healthy) life expectancy and causes of death
Government; financial balance sheet, market value, sectorsFigures
Financial transactions and balance sheet of the government. Financial instruments, assets and liabilities, stock and flows, sectors.
Government Production and Consumption; transactions, sectorsFigures
Government production and consumption (resources, uses, balancing items) Output resources, production costs, and government sectors
Employment; sex,type of employment contract,job characteristics,cao-sectorFigures
Jobs, working hours and wag broken down by sex, type of employment co- tract, cao-sector and job characteristics.