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Balneological care

Náhled: Balneological care

ISSN: 1210-8596, (0862-5735)
Pages: cca 30 pages
Publications are available with data since 1962.

The source of information are forms on balneological patient care returned by balneal establishments. Data are related to adults, juveniles and children. They are separated for natives and foreigners and classified by type of financing. The publication contains the numbers of admitted patients and days of treatment by above groups and by diagnosis groups.

Health services as a part of national economy (till Trend of macroeconomic and health indicators)

Náhled: Health services as a part of national economy (till Trend of macroeconomic and health indicators)

ISSN: 1801-545X
Pages: cca 70 pages
Since 2004 in Czech-English version.

The aim of the publication is to present information on the economic situation in health care and its trends, in the form of time series, in context with the development of the overall economic environment, and to provide it to health professionals as well as to the wide public. The present issue contains a digest of available economic information from various sources. Macroeconomic information from Czech Statistical Office, information on expenditure on health and on health insurance first of all from Ministry of Health, and from General Health Insurance Corporation. The area of health care providers is covered by Institute of Health Information and Statistics using data of the National Health Information System. Further data are obtained from State Institute for Drug Control and Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs. The basis for international comparison is the database OECD Health Data.

The publication has been published since 1998 under the title "Trend of macroeconomic and health indicators".

AKTUÁLNÍ INFORMACE (Topical Information)

This Topical Information brings the selected data on the development of Balneal Care in the Czech Republic by the indication groups during 2009–2013. The total number of the patients reached 377 552 persons in 2013 and was almost equal to 378 181 persons in 2009. The highest share of adult patients under the public health insurance schema as well as of individual payers from abroad and inland come for treatment of diseases of locomotive system, the highest share of adolescents for treatment of neurologic diseases and the highest share of children patients come for treatment of diseases of respiratory system.

This Topical Information brings selected data on balneal treatment in the Czech Republic in 2013. Balneal treatment was provided to 367 371 adult persons, besides that to 1 351 juvenile persons and to 8 830 children. In the total number there were 139 605 Czech citizens fully paying for balneal treatment and 165 228 foreigners fully paying for balneal treatment.

This Topical Information brings the selected data on the development of Balneal Care in the Czech Republic by the indication groups during 2008–2012. The total number of the patients decreased from 383 414 to 360 537 persons. The highest share of adult patients under the public health insurance schema as well as of individual payers from abroad and inland come for treatment of diseases of locomotive system, the highest share of adolescents for treatment of diseases of locomotive system as well and the highest share of children patients come for treatment of non-tuberculosis diseases of respiratory system.

This Topical Information brings selected data on balneal treatment in the Czech Republic in 2012. Balneal treatment was provided to 349 708 adult persons, besides that to 1 625 juvenile persons and to 9 204 children. In the total number there were 106 381 Czech citizens fully paying for balneal treatment and 158 884 foreigners fully paying balneal treatment.

This Topical Information brings the selected data on the development of Balneal Care in the Czech Republic by the indication groups during 2007–2011. The total number of the patients rose from 346 556 to 360 178 persons. The highest share of adult patients under the public health insurance as well as of individual payers from abroad and inland come for treatment of diseases of locomotive organs, the highest share of juveniles for treatment of diseases of locomotive organs as well and the highest share of children patients come for treatment of non-tuberculosis diseases of respiratory system.

This Topical Information brings selected data on balneal treatment in the Czech Republic in 2011. Balneal treatment was provided to 348 429 adult persons, besides that to 1 966 juvenile persons and to 9 783 children. In the total number there were 111 141 Czech citizens fully paying for balneal treatment and 133 630 foreigners fully paying balneal treatment.

This Topical Information brings the selected data on the development of Balneal Care in the Czech Republic by the indication groups during 2006–2010. The total number of the patients rose from 327 078 to 375 866 persons. Traditionally the highest share of adult patients under the public health insurance as well as of individual payers from abroad and inland come for treatment of diseases of locomotive organs, the highest share of juveniles for treatment of diseases of nervous system and the highest share of children patients come for treatment of non-tuberculosis diseases of respiratory system.

This Topical Information brings selected data on balneal treatment in the Czech Republic in 2010. Balneal treatment was provided to 364 945 adult persons, besides that to 2 304 juvenile persons and to 8 617 children. In the total number there were 114 957 Czech citizens fully paying for balneal treatment and 138 810 foreigners fully paying balneal treatment.

This Topical Information brings the selected data on the development of Balneal Care in the Czech Republic by the indication groups during 2005-2009. The total number of the patients rose from 314 298 to 378 181 persons. Traditionally the highest share of adult patients under the public health insurance as well as of individual payers from abroad and inland come for treatment of diseases of locomotive organs, the highest share of juveniles for treatment of diseases of nervous system and the highest share of children patients come for treatment of non-tuberculosis diseases of respiratory system.
This Topical Information brings selected data on balneal treatment in the Czech Republic in 2009. Balneal treatment was provided to 367 463 adult persons, besides that to 2 370 juvenile persons and to 8 348 children. In the total number there were 111 123 Czech citizens fully paying for balneal treatment and 143 922 foreigners fully paying balneal treatment.