0000004445 00000 n In 2017, Ontario spent $9,829 per person on programs, also the lowest among provinces. Provincial/Territorial Government Health Expenditures per Capita, Standardized for Age and Sex: Short/Other Names: Age-Adjusted Public Spending per Person . 0000003252 00000 n 2. 0000001424 00000 n Notwithstanding this, national health expenditure data is estimated and should be used accordingly. 87 0 obj <>stream 0000009867 00000 n Rank Name Level of government Total expenditure Per-capita expenditure Fiscal year Source … 0000126270 00000 n 0000003827 00000 n Contact us at hsp@cihi.ca©CIHI 1996 - 2020, If you have a disability and would like CIHI information in a different format, visit our, Provincial/Territorial Government Health Expenditures per Capita, Standardized for Age and Sex. xref The data is revised to incorporate these enhancements. The indicator is calculated from provincial/territorial government health expenditure per capita, which is then standardized for age and sex using Canadian population figures. NHEX, Statistics Canada. Health spending per person varies among the provinces and territories, and it is highest in the territories. 0000001518 00000 n 0000002061 00000 n 6ό�� վ��|t����=���y���|��ňy��vV�h��o��9�ʜ You are viewing an old version of this page. A table listing total GDP (expenditure-based), … The data is collected and classified according to methods established by a review committee. 0000009981 00000 n 57 31 � K���K��(l`6��h ���iA%ccc�jAc �II���bT� T���=� ���6D�A H�1,d�`|ϰ�q�S`L�0�c��p�A���a1�'�#n0�1x�a��j�X;C-�m�cW|�3f��@��ǸH3�-�1�H�4�����aG�� ߂��e6X���@� H��x Division of revenue and spending by provinces and municipalities In brief • Of the funds available over the next three years after providing for debt-service costs and the contingency reserve, 47.5 per cent is allocated to national government, 43.4 per cent to provincial government and 9.1 per cent to … �������Ω� e��u�����==��pJ���៬�b�>�>+R���%}mݿlX�﷬.�[�+a�(�g����:�W�@��_��\� 0000004691 00000 n Next », Health System Inputs and Characteristics: Health system resources, http://ourhealthsystem.ca/#!/indicators/014/age-adjusted-public-spending-per-person, Direct Standardization h�TP�n�0��t�����%Ey N�+��)���}%�Iс���)w�WC.�Y��Oln�;�R�u&�݂f�d��qh��PUB��p�����?�D�S�"P�`�r����e�ej����[�6Țz�골��d��^�[g��sSJ�"��lV�S��Ĝ�-�.��#|�$���r�_ ��hZ 0000000916 00000 n 0000005266 00000 n 0000004193 00000 n GDP and per capita GDP, 2018. How do the provinces and territories compare? Ontario’s low per capita revenue is matched by similarly low government spending relative to other provinces. Newfoundland and Labrador: $8,190 per person; 1.6% increase, Prince Edward Island: $7,447 per person; 2.3% increase, Nova Scotia: $7,381 per person; 2.5% increase, New Brunswick: $7,187 per person; 2.8% increase, Ontario: $6,953 per person; 2.6% increase, Manitoba: $7,404 per person; 1.2% increase, Saskatchewan: $7,249 per person; 1.7% increase, Alberta: $7,658 per person; 0.3% increase, British Columbia: $6,548 per person; 3.4% increase, Northwest Territories: $17,475 per person; 1.5% increase, Nunavut: $19,061 per person; 6.2% increase. http://ourhealthsystem.ca/#!/indicators/014/age-adjusted-public-spending-per-person. Exclusions: In the process of compiling the national health expenditure series from year to year, new information becomes available, methods and concepts are refined and data sources are improved. Figure 4 illustrates federal program spending per capita for each type of expenditure plus the cost of servicing the federal government’s debt. View the current version. �� ٿ=����S�0���ӹӽ�����|:� )U!���$5�X�3/9�� �(�$5EO�1'GlL�BQjqjQP� `d(a`fdda����D?��~�ø���z�w������ne��#�~��}�ܻ;����U��i:�w���\� �!Ru Data contained in NHEX is estimated. 1. Indicator Description and Calculation: Description: The indicator measures how much each provincial/territorial government spent on health per capita after standardizing for age and sex. CIHI's analysts and external experts continue to improve the comprehensiveness, accuracy and currency of the data to provide the most complete and objective estimates possible. First Available Year: Description: How has health spending growth changed over the last 40+ years? 0000003779 00000 n |���q�+A�������d,u����T�a���MW��ޙ��'�rbwi%#�'�7F�F45�e$|�c?t�q�|8Y�d��|r/`I�R̛ޝ��}��#����.W��^�4f>�)� g�pb��7�f-�(f_jK��_���g�����F�7�ޡ%:ǜ����NH(�6LF�#'�7��K �ow�H�uH'�wh-L?��'�y�YŰ��n�,�Ȼu K,���!�du�%+ ~���p2W�D��"p���,v2��ipZ���>-i� ��[K��8Z����m���f����Df�'TPq|!�Γ���hYG��M7ϐ�n��?08�0�E�(�U�%W7`� Inclusions: Calendar 0000005061 00000 n 0000003929 00000 n Here are the 2019 forecasts for per-person spending and the corresponding growth rates for Canada as a whole and for each province and territory: National Health Expenditure Database, Canadian Institute for Health Information, Copyright 2019 Canadian Institute for Health Information. 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If you have a disability and would like CIHI information in a different format, visit our Accessibility page. Total provincial/territorial government health expenditure and demographic factors (for example, population, age) can influence the indicator result. %%EOF endstream endobj 58 0 obj <> endobj 59 0 obj <> endobj 60 0 obj <> endobj 61 0 obj <>/ExtGState<>/Font<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageC/ImageI]/XObject<>>> endobj 62 0 obj <> endobj 63 0 obj <> endobj 64 0 obj <> endobj 65 0 obj <> endobj 66 0 obj <> endobj 67 0 obj [/Indexed/DeviceCMYK 15 81 0 R] endobj 68 0 obj <> endobj 69 0 obj <> endobj 70 0 obj <> endobj 71 0 obj <> endobj 72 0 obj <> endobj 73 0 obj <>stream 1998 For example, funds aligning with house and income support policies that have social welfare goals as their primary purpose are not considered to be health expenditure, yet they are recognized as powerful factors in determining population health. Last Available Year: 0000002598 00000 n Activities that are undertaken with the direct purpose of improving or maintaining health are included. 0 Annual Demographic Estimates: Canada, Provinces and Territories. CIHI is an independent, not-for-profit organization that provides essential information on Canada’s health system and the health of Canadians. The numerator is provincial/territorial government health expenditure per capita. Ottawa, ON: STC; 2011. Canadian Institute for Health Information. A series of feasibility studies (for example, on home care, public health and administration) was conducted to determine the advisability and possibility of expanding estimates in NHEX for a number of priority issues. This indicator provides a means of measuring differences that result from utilization and prices by standardizing expenditure to a common population distribution. Ongoing, Web Tool: How does Canada’s health spending compare? hޜYK�۸�ϯ��L�h>��u�ɖS�lR�m+��$���Ԍ�ߐ_�_w�4�dm�e�F��k����J�a~�i��n�MU����$��J��+�$I�:U��tgj{z����-����p����ʳeʫ�5�. 0000001899 00000 n 0000094833 00000 n The amount of government spending per capita in Canada is highly depending on territory or region. 0000005788 00000 n View Page History, Version 1 ���-� ��ft���b2$�⫊��p��H+�%�TQ�.t�f�DI��.έ�(���F��Sί*��#'�u@�A�t�a ��q�H�J�D�--� e�C�"��Ǵ,�53Mn��;� B!3^$D�5��^b�6��*ʫ22")��J�;�pG�~��t��L��姠�:�GC��(+J��iNSY�����vxQ��܁�.r��if�ű?e^�v��oU�.�?ˋ�Y���rwB���LD��(^T�|�e7�"Eu�eh2��� Other activities are not included, even though they may impact health. Health spending per person varies among the provinces and territories, and it is highest in the territories. Annual Demographic Estimates: Canada, Provinces and Territories. What are the current trends in hospital spending? URL: 1. Compare with Current The research papers for these feasibility studies are available on CIHI's website (www.cihi.ca). Standard Population: �p��`���] �Ͱk�\~\�YM���O� �(�P���+��U�MKϴ�*x� �c(�x�-�F��D÷���V�)�� H�H�ʵ8P>��S�t�1���\HXaJ�5�ha˶�^^�A��\V�B ���o�ŝ��n��fܥ�¡ �*ȃ]H���7�. Canadian population from 1998 to 2010. ourhealthsystem.ca Statistics Canada. Has the share of health spending on seniors changed? Type of Year: Background, Interpretation and Benchmarks. Provincial/territorial government–sector health expenditure includes health spending from provincial/territorial government funds, federal health transfers to the provinces/territories and provincial government health transfers to municipal governments. h�b```�O���B cc`a�8��0T�jp��ɛ����L�t{W�d0N=����a�RL�0�E'�=�4,�-Je!���+~������k��^H�.���\&�bPt�%T8�M:u����)�e� 0000008975 00000 n