This map shows the amount that governments spend on health care as a percentage of GDP.
Data source: 2010 World Health Statistics Report from the World Health Organization. Data from 2007. This data was collected by the World Health Organization. The World Policy Analysis Center is not responsible for any errors or omissions.
- The amount that governments spend on health care as a percentage of GDP is calculated by multiplying government spending as a percentage of total health expenditure by total health expenditure as a percentage of GDP.
- These estimates are based on data collected by the World Health Organization for over 10 years. The data is primarily from National Health Accounts (NHA’s), which contain information in a standardized framework across countries. Additional sources of data include technical contacts in a country, or publically available documents and reports.