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Thema
Zorg en gezondheid
Status
Beschikbaar
Toegang
Publiek
Bijgewerkt
12-07-2019
Licentie
CC-BY
Taal
Engels
This table provides an overview of the key figures on health and care available on StatLine. All figures are taken from other tables on StatLine, either directly or through a simple conversion. In the original tables, breakdowns by characteristics of individuals or other variables are possible.
The period after the year of review before data become available differs between the data series.
The number of exam passes/graduates in year t is the number of persons who obtained a diploma in school/study year starting in t-1 and ending in t.

Data available from: 2001

Status of the figures:
Most figures are definite.
Figures reported for the last year are provisional for:
- causes of death;
- perinatal mortality at pregnancy lasting at least 22 weeks (WHO);
- hospital admissions by some diagnoses;
- sickness absence;
- average period of hospitalisation;
- supplied drugs;
- Mbo health care graduates;
- Hbo nursing graduates / medicine graduates (university);
- profitability and operating results at institutions.
Figures reported for the last two years are provisional for:
- persons employed in health and welfare;
- diagnoses known to the general practitioner.
For expenditures of care, figures for 2018 are provisional; the figures for 2016-2017 are revised provisional.


Changes as of 12 July 2019:
- crude birth rate;
- causes of death;
- life expectancy;
- life expectancy at age 65;
- life expectancy in perceived good health;
- persons employed in health and welfare;
- persons employed in healthcare;
- expenditures on care.


Changes as of 17 April 2019:
Due to revision of figures on health expenditure the figures on total expenditure, per capita expenditure and expenditure as percentage of the GDP have been replaced from 1998 onwards. Latest insights from several statistics and sources have been used in this revision.

Changes as of 6 February 2019:
- With respect to the subject 'care supply' the definitive figures for 2015 on profitability and operating result per fte were modified. This update was necessary because of changes in the dilimitation of several sectors, due to new source material and additional research on main activities of health care institutions. The provisional figures for 2016 have been replaced by definite figures and provisional figures for 2017 were added.

Changes as of 20 December 2018:
The series of persons employed in health and social care have been replaced, due to a revision of the national accounts using new statistical sources and methodology.
Figures for university grades on medicine have been replaced, using the total of graduates instead of those with follow-up training only. The new series matches better with the figures that will remain available from now on.

When will new figures be published?
New figures will be published in December 2019.

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Titel Health, lifestyle, health care use and supply, causes of death; key figures
Identifier https://opendata.cbs.nl/ODataApi/OData/81628ENG
Taal Engels
Taal van de metadata Engels
Beschrijving This table provides an overview of the key figures on health and care available on StatLine. All figures are taken from other tables on StatLine, either directly or through a simple conversion. In the original tables, breakdowns by characteristics of individuals or other variables are possible. The period after the year of review before data become available differs between the data series. The number of exam passes/graduates in year t is the number of persons who obtained a diploma in school/study year starting in t-1 and ending in t. Data available from: 2001 Status of the figures: Most figures are definite. Figures reported for the last year are provisional for: - causes of death; - perinatal mortality at pregnancy lasting at least 22 weeks (WHO); - hospital admissions by some diagnoses; - sickness absence; - average period of hospitalisation; - supplied drugs; - Mbo health care graduates; - Hbo nursing graduates / medicine graduates (university); - profitability and operating results at institutions. Figures reported for the last two years are provisional for: - persons employed in health and welfare; - diagnoses known to the general practitioner. For expenditures of care, figures for 2018 are provisional; the figures for 2016-2017 are revised provisional. Changes as of 12 July 2019: - crude birth rate; - causes of death; - life expectancy; - life expectancy at age 65; - life expectancy in perceived good health; - persons employed in health and welfare; - persons employed in healthcare; - expenditures on care. Changes as of 17 April 2019: Due to revision of figures on health expenditure the figures on total expenditure, per capita expenditure and expenditure as percentage of the GDP have been replaced from 1998 onwards. Latest insights from several statistics and sources have been used in this revision. Changes as of 6 February 2019: - With respect to the subject 'care supply' the definitive figures for 2015 on profitability and operating result per fte were modified. This update was necessary because of changes in the dilimitation of several sectors, due to new source material and additional research on main activities of health care institutions. The provisional figures for 2016 have been replaced by definite figures and provisional figures for 2017 were added. Changes as of 20 December 2018: The series of persons employed in health and social care have been replaced, due to a revision of the national accounts using new statistical sources and methodology. Figures for university grades on medicine have been replaced, using the total of graduates instead of those with follow-up training only. The new series matches better with the figures that will remain available from now on. When will new figures be published? New figures will be published in December 2019.
Thema Zorg en gezondheid
Bestemmingspagina https://opendata.cbs.nl/statline/portal.html?_la=en&_catalog=CBS&tableId=81628ENG
Dataclassificatie High value dataset: Nee
Basisregister: Nee
Referentiedata: Nee
Versie Status: Beschikbaar

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Data eigenaar Centraal Bureau voor de Statistiek
Publiceerder Centraal Bureau voor de Statistiek
Contactpunt Naam van het contactpunt: Centraal Bureau voor de Statistiek
E-mail van het contactpunt: infoservice@cbs.nl

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    Beschrijving Birth, death, life expectancy, health and disease, use of health care services, education and labour market, costs of care, care providers
    Taal Engels
    Taal van de metadata Engels
    Licentie CC-BY
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    Beschrijving Birth, death, life expectancy, health and disease, use of health care services, education and labour market, costs of care, care providers
    Taal Engels
    Taal van de metadata Engels
    Licentie CC-BY
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