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Total expenditures on health care, Canada, 1975 - 2003 ($ billions) / ZELMER, Jennifer ; LEEB, Kira ; GULA, Cheryl ; FINLAY, Patricia ; BINGHAM, Jack. In Health Care in Canada 2004.
Ottawa : Canadian Institute for Health Information;Statistics Canada, 2004, p. 91.

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Dépenses publiques en santé
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Source : National Health Expenditure Database, CIHI.

Cited from : ZELMER, Jennifer ; LEEB, Kira ; GULA, Cheryl ; FINLAY, Patricia ; BINGHAM, Jack . Health Care in Canada 2004 [Online]. Ottawa : Canadian Institute for Health Information ; Statistics Canada, 2004, p. 91. http://secure.cihi.ca/cihiweb/fr/hcic2004_fig49_e.html (Retrieved June 17, 2004).

In 2003, Canada spent a forecast $121.4 billion on health care, or an average of $3,839 per person. This brought health care's share of the total economy-the gross domestic product, or GDP-back to its historic high of 10%, first reached in 1992. (In between, it retreated to a low of 8.9% in 1997.)

Canadian health care spending, both in absolute terms and as a percentage of GDP, has moved in cycles. During the mid-1990s, total health care spending barely grew and public-sector spending actually declined in real per capita terms. Economic growth outpaced increases in health care spending during this period. As a result, the share of GDP accounted for by health care declined. Since then, the reverse has been true. This general pattern has occurred in recent years among many

Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) countries, although the fluctuations have been greater in Canada than in many other nations. In 2001, the latest year for which comparable figures are available, Canada (at 9.7% of GDP) was well behind the U.S. (13.9%), but close to Switzerland (10.9%), Germany (10.7%), and France (9.5%).

Langue : Anglais
Doc n° : 17336
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    Monographie : Health Care in Canada 2004 / ZELMER, Jennifer ; LEEB, Kira ; GULA, Cheryl ; FINLAY, Patricia ; BINGHAM, Jack. -Ottawa : Canadian Institute for Health Information;Statistics Canada, 2004. - 117 p.
    ISBN 1-55392-418-5

 

       

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