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Four factors of the spending health increases between 1997 and 2002 (by relative importance) / Canadian institute for health information ; Statistics Canada. In Health Care in Canada 2003.
Ottawa : CIHI, 2003, p. 67.

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Éditeur(s) des données : National Health Expenditure Database, CIHI
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Mots-clés principaux
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Statistiques
Dépenses publiques en santé
Canada
Accroissement de la population
Secteur privé


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Source : National Health Expenditure Database, CIHI

Cited from : Canadian Institute for Health Information ; Statistics Canada. Health Care in Canada 2003 [Online]. Ottawa : CIHI ; Statistics Canada, 2003, p. 67. http://secure.cihi.ca/cihiweb/products/hcic2003_e.pdf (Retrieved June 23, 2004).

Between 1997 and 2002, Canada's combined public and private health care bill increased by over 43%, up almost $34 billion. This period followed one of slower spending growth in the early to mid-1990s.
To better understand recent patterns, we looked at the extent to which four factors explain spending increases since 1997:

- Canada's population grew by 1.4 million over the five years. Just maintaining 1997 per person spending levels ($2,620) would have required an extra $3.7 billion in 2002. That.s about 11% of the overall increase in health spending.

- Inflation accounted for about $8.3 billion or 25% of the growth in total spending.

- After a brief dip in the mid 1990s, public sector spending per person, adjusted for inflation, rose steadily. The result was that we spent $16.3 billion .more. on health care (48% of overall growth) through the public sector in 2002 than in 1997.

- Private sector spending per person also rose between 1997 and 2002, accounting for the remaining 16% of the increase in total health expenditures.


Langue : Anglais
Doc n° : 17355
NumRec : 1735503
Contenu dans
    Monographie : Health Care in Canada 2003 / Canadian institute for health information ; Statistics Canada. -Ottawa : CIHI, 2003. - 126 p.
    ISBN 1-55392-212-3

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