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This map shows the amount that governments spend on health care as a percentage of GDP.
Data source: World Health Statistics 2010
- 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.