• Public inpatient expenditure as % of total inpatient expenditure (Line chart)
  • Public inpatient expenditure as % of total inpatient expenditure (Bar chart)
  • Public inpatient expenditure as % of total inpatient expenditure (Boxplot chart)
Data set notes
European Health for All database

Indicators: 611
Updated: 15 June 2018
Downloads: 23251

The following abbreviations are used in the indicator titles:
•    SDR: age-standardized death rates (see HFA-DB user manual/Technical notes, page 13, for details)
•    FTE: full-time equivalent
•    PP: physical persons
•    PPP$: purchasing power parities expressed in US $, an internationally comparable scale reflecting the relative domestic purchasing powers of currencies.

Indicator notes
Public inpatient expenditure as % of total inpatient expenditure
Indicator code: E992706.T

The OECD definition is applied, i.e. it includes publicly funded inpatient care in institutions, whether privately or publicly owned.

The OECD Health Database is used as the primary data source for those countries that are OECD Member States._
Country notes
Albania
Ministry of Health (estimation).
Armenia
Data are not available.
Belgium
Source: National Institute for Health Insurance / calculations made by the Federal Public Service
Social Security.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
National Health Account of B&H; http://www.who.int/nha/country/bih/en/ Ministry of Civil Affairs of
B&H, Health Insurance Fund of Federation of B&H; Health Insurance Fund of Republic of Srpska;
Department for Health of Brcko District
Cyprus
No data are available
Czechia
Source: Czech Statistical Office, Czech Health Accounts.
Denmark
Source: OECD health database (www.stats.oecd.org).
Estonia
Source: up to 1997 State Statistical Office. From 1998 National Institute for Health Development.
Estonia has provided public inpatient expenditure as % of total inpatient expenditure data for year
2009-2014.
Finland
Source: Social Insurance Institute
Georgia
Source: Ministry of Labour, Health and Social Affairs of Georgia (MOLHSA)
Germany
Source: Federal Statistical Office, Health Expenditure Accounts.
http://www.gbe-bund.de
Greece
For years 2009 to 2014 data are provided according to the system of Health Accounts (SHA 2011)
Methodology. GDP estimates refer to ESA 2010 Methodology
Hungary
Estimate would range between 95-99% for public inpatient expenditure as % of total inpatient
expenditure, 1-5% for the private.
Iceland
Source: National Economic Institute.
Ireland
Data are not available.
Israel
Since 2000, is based on updated OECD definitions.
Source: National Expenditure on Health, Central Bureau of Statistics.
Italy
Source: Istat, National accounts. The OECD definition is applied.
Data for the period 1992-2012 have been estimated on the basis of the updated version of the
classification of economic activities (Ateco 2007, the national version of Nace Rev. 2) and of
products by activity (CPA 2008) and are consistent with the revised time series of national
accounts.
Lithuania
Source: from 2004 onwards: Central Statistical Office. HC.1.1 x HF.1 data according to OECD SHA
methodology. Since 2013 methodology of SHA2011 is used.
Deviation from the definition: Since 2013 current expenditure on health care is used instead of
total health expenditure.
Malta
Data are not available.
Montenegro
Data are not available.
Netherlands
Source of data: Statistics Netherlands: 1972-1997 data: Cost and financing of health care. 1998-200-
data: Statistics on Health and social care accounts.
Note: In 2006 the financing system changed.
Republic of Moldova
Starting from 2010 calculation of health financing indicators is based on the National Health
Accounts.
Romania
Source: National Institute of Statistics.
Serbia
Source of data: NHA data.
Publicly funded inpatient care is funded only in public institutions.
Slovakia
Up to 2005, the hospitals were allowance organizations (public sector). From 2006 hospitals belong
to the private sector and are classified as non-profit institutions. As a consequence, the
inpatient expenditure of the private sector as a % of the total inpatient expenditure has risen.
Slovenia
Source of data: Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia.
Turkmenistan
Data are not available.
United Kingdom
Data are not available.