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Download this selection of key indicators from OECD Health Statistics 2015, in Excel. Updated 7 July 2015.
Base de données Statistiques de l'OCDE sur la santé 2015 - Notes par pays
Many European countries saw further reductions in health spending in 2013, according to OECD Health Statistics 2015. Health spending continued to shrink in Greece, Italy and Portugal in 2013. Most countries in the European Union reported real per capita health spending below the levels of 2009. Outside of Europe, health spending has been growing at around 2.5% per year since 2010.
De nombreux pays européens ont connu un nouveau recul des dépenses de santé en 2013, selon les Statistiques de l’OCDE sur la santé 2015.
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This new brochure presents the OECD Work on Health for 2015-2016, including all recent and forthcoming major publications and databases.
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Over the last few decades, mortality from cardiovascular disease (CVD) has dropped faster than mortality from other causes. Despite this great success, prospects for making further progress are threatened by rising levels of obesity and diabetes and the lack of adherence to recommended treatments.
This report examines how countries perform in their ability to prevent, manage and treat cardiovascular disease (CVD) and diabetes. The last 50 years have witnessed remarkable improvements in CVD outcomes. Since 1960, overall CVD mortality rates have fallen by over 60%, but these improvements are not evenly spread across OECD countries, and the rising prevalence of diabetes and obesity are threatening to offset gains.
La progression du diabète et de l’obésité menace les progrès enregistrés dans la lutte contre les maladies cardiovasculaires
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The health care system in Slovenia is in urgent need of reform. Rising costs and the economic downturn following the global financial crisis have resulted in the emergence of severe financial constraints.