This dataset includes comparative tables analysing various health care resources such as total health and social employment, physicians by age, gender, categories, midwives, nurses, caring personnel, personal care workers, dentists, pharmacists, physiotherapists, hospital employment, graduates, remuneration of health professionals, hospitals, health equipment, hospital beds, medical technology with their respective subsets. The statistics are expressed in different units of measure such as number of persons, salaried, self-employed, per population.
This dataset includes statistics comparing different countries' level of health care use in terms of prevention, immunisation, screening, diagnostics exams, consultations, in-patient utilisation, average length of stay, diagnostic categories, acute care, in-patient care, discharge rates, transplants, dialyses, ICD-9-CM. The data is comparable with respect to units of measures such as days, percentages, population, number per capita, procedures, and available beds.
This dataset presents data on expenditure by disease, age and gender under the System of Health Accounts (SHA) Framework. Current health spending by disease (ICD) includes inpatient/hospital spending by disease, outpatient/ambulatory spending by disease, medical goods spending by disease, and current health spending by age.
This dataset presents internationally comparable statistics on morbidity and mortality with variables such as life expectancy, causes of mortality, maternal and infant mortality, potential years of life lost, perceived health status, suicide, infant health, dental health, communicable diseases, cancer, injuries, and absences from work due to illness.
This dataset on health risks examines the non-medical determinants of health by comparing food, alcohol, tobacco consumption (smoking) and body weight (incidence of obesity or overweight) among countries. The data are expressed in different measures such as calories, grams, kilo, gender and population.