A System of Health Accounts
| The manual A System of Health Accounts provides a set of
comprehensive, consistent and flexible accounts to compare international health
care expenditure levels. Health care is one of the largest sectors in OECD
countries, and accounts for over 8% of GDP on average. A System of Health
Accounts constitutes a common framework for enhancing the comparability of
data over time and across countries, and suggest basic links with non-monetary
indicators. The manual establishes a conceptual basis of statistical reporting
rules compatible with other economic and social statistics and proposes a newly
developed International Classification for Health Accounts (ICHA) which covers
three dimensions: health care by functions of care; providers of health care
services; and sources of funding.
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Published by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, 2000.
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