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Health Care Spending per Capita

Source: OECD 2015
  • Australia

    $4,115

  • Canada

    $4,569

  • China

    $636

  • Denmark

    $4,847

  • France

    $4,361

  • Germany

    $4,920

  • India

    n/a

  • Israel

    $2,232

  • Italy

    n/a

  • Japan

    $3,713

  • The Netherlands

    $5,131

  • New Zealand

    $3,855

  • Norway

    $6,170

  • Singapore

    $2,881

  • Sweden

    $5,153

  • Switzerland

    $6,325

  • United Kingdom

    $3,364

  • United States

    $9,086

Adjusted for differences in the cost of living. Data for Australia from 2012; for Israel from 2011. Data for the Netherlands and Switzerland is current spending only, and excludes spending on capital formation of health care providers. Singapore data source is World Bank, 2014; 2005 purchasing power parity (PPP) adjustment.China data are from China Health and Family Planning Statistical Yearbook 2014.