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Mortality Amenable to Health Care (Deaths per 100,000 Population), 2013

Source: European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies 2017
  • Australia

    62

  • Canada

    78

  • China

    n/a

  • Denmark

    82

  • France

    61

  • Germany

    83

  • India

    n/a

  • Israel

    n/a

  • Italy

    75

  • Japan

    n/a

  • Netherlands

    72

  • New Zealand

    87

  • Norway

    64

  • Singapore

    n/a

  • Sweden

    69

  • Switzerland

    55

  • Taiwan

    n/a

  • United Kingdom

    85

  • United States

    112

Mortality amenable to health care, deaths per 100,000. Trends in amenable mortality for selected countries, 2000-2014. Data for 2014 in all countries except Canada (2011), France (2013), Netherlands (2013), New Zealand (2012), Switzerland (2013), UK (2013). Amenable mortality causes based on Nolte & McKee (2004). Mortality and population data derived from WHO mortality files, September 2016; population data for Canada and the USA derived from the Human Mortality Database. Age-specific rates standardised to the European Standard Population 2013. Contact: Marina.Karanikolos@lshtm.ac.uk. European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies (2017).