Selection of Statistics Netherlands releases in the period 9-13 March 2009 (Week 11).
More health care provided with fewer hospital bedsArticles
In the period 1972-2006, the number of beds and patient days in general and university hospitals declined considerably. Simultaneously, the number of hospital admissions and treatment and nursing staff increased.
Fewer stroke and prostate cancer patients die within one year after their first hospitalisationArticles
Between 2000 and 2005, mortality among stroke and prostate cancer patients within one year after their first hospital admission dropped by more than 25 and 21 percent respectively. The mortality rate for various other life-threatening diseases also dropped.
Fewer hospital admissions following heart attacksArticles
Twelve per 10 thousand inhabitants were admitted to hospital as a result of an acute heart infarct in the Netherlands in 2005. This number is nearly one third down on 1995.
Selection of Statistics Netherlands releases in the period 10-14 March 2008 (Week 11).
Consumer price index (CPI) all households, 2000=100Figures
Consumer price indices all households. Index figures Consumer goods. (base year 2000=100)
Sick leave; frequency, period of absence, 2002 - 2005Figures
National Statistics on sick leave in %, excl. pregnancy and maternity leave, by personscharistics, region - and businessclassification
Producer Prices (2000=100) by ProdComFigures
Price index information according to the (European) ProdCom nomenclature for commodities sold, imported, exported in the Netherlands
Sick leave private sector; SIC 1993, 1993 - 2004Figures
Sick leave as a percentage, including and excluding maternity leave broken down by economic activity, number of employees,type of insurance