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Health Expenditure Hospitals Physicians, Nurses and Med Grads Health and Social Employment Life Expectancy Perceived Health Status Diabetes
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Health Expenditure Hospitals, Hospital Employment, and Hospital Beds
Total Health Expenditure: % GDP Hospitals: per million population
Total Health Expenditure: per capita USD 2005 PPP General Hospitals: per million population
Total Health Expenditure: Million USD 2005 PPP Non-profit Privately Owned Hospitals: per million population
Total Expenditure (General Health Administration and Insurance): % GDP Publicly Owned Hospitals: per million population
Total Expenditure (General Health Administration and Insurance): % Total Health Expenditure For-Profit Privately Owned Hospitals: per million population
Total Expenditure (General Health Administration and Insurance): per capita USD 2005 PPP Total Hospital Employment: Density per 1,000 population (FTE)
Total Expenditure (General Health Administration and Insurance): Million USD 2005 PPP Total Hospital Employment: Density per 1,000 population (head counts)
Total Expenditure (Hospitals): % GDP Total Hospital Beds: Per 1,000 population
Total Expenditure (Hospitals): % Health Expenditure Health and Social Employment
Total Expenditure (Hospitals): per capita USD 2005 PPP Health/Social Employment: % Total Civilian Employment
Total Expenditure (Hospitals): Million US$ 2005 PPP Health/Social Employment: Density per 1,000 population
Total Expenditure (Ambulatory Care): % GDP Life Expectancy and Infant/Maternal Mortality
Total Expenditure (Ambulatory Care): % Total Health Expenditure Life Expectancy at Birth (Females)
Total Expenditure (Ambulatory Care): per capita USD 2005 PPP Life Expectancy at Birth (Males)
Total Expenditure (Ambulatory Care): Million USD 2005 PPP Life Expectancy at Birth (Total)
Total Expenditure (Public Health Programs): % GDP Infant Mortality: Deaths per 1,000 Live Births
Total Expenditure (Public Health Programs): % Total Health Expenditure Maternal Mortality: Deaths per 100,000 Live Births
Total Expenditure (Public Health Programs): per capita USD 2005 PPP Neonatal Mortality: Deaths per 1,000 Live Births
Total Expenditure (Public Health Programs): Million USD 2005 PPP Perinatal Mortality : Deaths per 1,000 Total Births
Physicians, Nurses, and Medical Graduates Perceived Health Status
Medical Graduates: per 100,000 population Perceived Health Status: >= Good, Females (%)
Nursing Graduates: per 100,000 population Perceived Health Status: >= Good, Males (%)
Professional Nursing Grads: Per 100,000 population Perceived Health Status: >= Good, Total (%)
Physicians (licensed): Density per 1,000 population Diabetes
Physicians (practising): Density per 1,000 population Diabetes: Deaths per 100,000 population
Assoc. Professional Nurses (licensed): Density per 1,000 population Diabetes: Deaths per 100,000 females
Assoc. Professional Nurses (practising): Density per 1,000 population Diabetes: Deaths per 100,000 males
Professional Nurses (licensed): Density per 1,000 population Diabetes: Years lost, 100,000 population (aged 0-69)
Professional Nurses (practising): Density per 1,000 population Diabetes: Years lost, 100,000 females (aged 0-69)
Nurses (practising): Density per 1,000 population Diabetes: Years lost, 100,000 males (aged 0-69)
Nurses (licensed): Density per 1,000 population
All data taken from OECD Health Data 2012, © OECD 2012, available here.
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