The report describes the key trends in the Czech health care system. Most of the key statistics are presented in comparison with other CEE countries and more developed economies.
You should get a basic idea how much Czechs spent on health care in total, per inhabitant, compared to GDP or when compared to other countries. In addition, you will see how much of the health care expenditures are paid by the people themselves and how much goes from the public sources.
Secondly, we provide a basic idea about the Czech health care infrastructure measured by a number of hospital beds or hospital personnel, all compared to the size of the population and other countries.
In addition, you should find details describing quality of the health care service such as neonatal or infant mortality, immunization against diseases, or incidences of various diseases such as tuberculosis
December 23, 2012