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Economic information on health care

Náhled: Economic information on health care

ISSN: 1211-6467
Pages: cca 130 pages
Publications are available with data since 1995. Since 1999 in Czech-English version.

A digest of available economic information from the Institute of Health Information and Statistics of the CR and further from Ministry of Health, the State Institute for Drug Control in Prague, Czech Statistical Office and General Health Insurance Company of the CR. The publication contains information on total expenses on health services (public and private expenses), on drug consumption, the structure of costs and returns of health insurance companies, on the network of health establishments, on assets, costs and returns of health establishments, on the evolution of average salaries in health services, on economic data concerning private enterprises in health care (physician's offices) and pharmacies, on evolution of prices in health care, data on health services from the statistics of national accounts and international comparison on the basis of Eurostat, OECD and WHO statistics.

Economic results of hospitals

Náhled: Economic results of hospitals

ISSN: 1213-4104
Pages: ca. 44 pages
Publications are available with data since 2000.

The publication contains a selection of indicators characterising the economy of hospitals. The source of data is a statistical forms about the economics of health establishments filled in by hospitals according to binding instructions of the National Health Information System and processed by IHIS CR.

 

Hospitalization

Náhled: Hospitalization

ISSN: 1210-8731, (0862-5654)
Pages: cca 140 pages
The source of information is the National Registry of Hospitalized Patients. Data are classified by patient’s residence, place of treatment, sex, diagnosis and age group.

In patient care

Náhled: In patient care

ISSN: 1211-0515
Pages: cca 114 pages
Publication is available with data from 1975-1993. Since 1994 published annually.

Contains survey of activity of bed care establishments in the CR and in regions. Data on bed funds, personnel capacity, numbers of hospitalised persons, on the length of stay and exploitation of maximum and actual bed capacity by types of establishment are supplemented by time series.

Network of health establishments

Náhled: Network of health establishments

ISSN: 1211-1651
Pages: cca 144 pages
Publications are available with data from 1994.

The publication annually informs about the state of the network of health establishments and on the extent of provision of health care in the CR (on numbers of physicians and of other health personnel, bed capacity of health establishments), including pharmaceutical services and public health services. Data are taken from the Registry of Health Establishments maintained by IHIS CR. Data are classified by territories, types of health establishments and their founders and by branches of provided health care.

AKTUÁLNÍ INFORMACE (Topical Information)

By the end of 2013, health services in the CR involved altogether 250 233 workers (FTE), of them almost ¾ worked in non-state establishments. Almost 59 % of all workers were involved in bed establishments, over 28 % worked in independent establishments for out-patient care. An additional survey presents numbers of health care workers by categories, types of establishment and their founders.

This Topical Information gives an overview of the costs, returns, economic outcome, claims and obligations of hospitals from trade relations as of 31. 12. 2013. The followed-up parameters of hospitals are presented both comprehensively for all hospitals and separately for hospitals by type of founder.

The total costs of hospitals reached 131.3 thousand mill. CZK by of 31. 12. 2013, total returns were 129.4 thousand mill. CZK. Hospitals had claims from trade relations amounting to 13.2 thousand mill. CZK as of 31.12.2013, out of that 1.6 thousand mill. CZK after due date. The volume of obligations from trade relations amounted to 17.4 thousand mill. CZK, out of that 5.3 thousand mill. CZK after due date.

By the end of the year 2013 there were 188 hospitals in the CR with 56 807 beds (include 47 033 acute care beds, 7 652 nursing care beds and 2 122 newborns' cots). Long term decrease continued in 2013. The hospital bed fund diminished in 2013 by 2 025, i.e. by 3.6 %. The average length of stay was 6.8 days, which means slight decrease - by 0.1 days.

By the end of the 1st half of 2013 there were 188 hospitals in the CR, with 57 041 beds (of that 47 261 acute care beds, 7 655 nursing care beds and 2 125 newborns' cots). From the end of 2012 the hospital bed capacity diminished by 3.0 % (i.e., by 1 791 beds). On the average each bed was occupied by patients in this period for 134.4 days out of the total of 181 days in this period. The average length of stay was 6.8 days.

This Topical Information gives an overview of the costs, returns, economic outcome, claims and obligations of hospitals from trade relations as of 30. 6. 2013. The followed-up parameters of hospitals are presented both comprehensively for all hospitals and separately for hospitals by type of founder.

The total costs of hospitals reached 64.8 thousand mill. CZK by of 30. 6. 2013, total returns were 63.4 thousand mill. CZK. Hospitals had claims from trade relations amounting to 14.8 thousand mill. CZK as of 30. 6. 2013, out of that 2.0 thousand mill. CZK after due date. The volume of obligations from trade relations amounted to 18.2 thousand mill. CZK, out of that 5.2 thousand mill. CZK after due date.

By the end of 2012, health services in the CR involved altogether 249 658 workers (FTE), of them almost ¾ worked in non-state establishments. Almost 60 % of all workers were involved in bed establishments, over 27 % worked in independent establishments for out-patient care. An additional survey presents numbers of health care workers by categories, types of establishment and their founders.

This information characterizes the evolution of health establishment network in 2012 with particular regard to marked deviations from the preceding year or from the long-term trend. Provision of therapeutic and preventive care in the CR is assessed separately for out-patient and in-patient care. At present there are 28 753 health establishments registered in the CR, nearly 20 224 independent practices of physicians in primary care and specialists. On the average there are 224 inhabitants per 1 physician and 315 inhabitants per 1 out-patient physician. The published data are taken from the Registry of Health Establishments maintained by IHIS CR.

This Topical Information gives an overview of the costs, returns, economic outcome, claims and obligations of hospitals from trade relations as of 31. 12. 2012. The followed-up parameters of hospitals are presented both comprehensively for all hospitals and separately for hospitals by type of founder.

The total costs of hospitals reached 130.7 thousand mill. CZK by of 31. 12. 2012, total returns were 131.1 thousand mill. CZK. Hospitals had claims from trade relations amounting to 14.5 thousand mill. CZK as of 31.12.2012, out of that 2.0 thousand mill. CZK after due date. The volume of obligations from trade relations amounted to 17.2 thousand mill. CZK, out of that 4.0 thousand mill. CZK after due date.

By the end of the year 2012 there were 188 hospitals in the CR, with 58 832 beds (include 49 181 acute care beds, 7 460 nursing care beds and 2 191 newborns' cots). Long term decrease continued in 2012. The hospital bed fund diminished in 2012 by 1 504, i.e. by 2.6 %. The average length of stay was 6.9 days, which means slight decrease - by 0.3 days.

By the end of 2011, health services in the CR involved altogether 248 217 workers (FTE), of them almost ¾ worked in non-state establishments. Almost 60 % of all workers were involved in bed establishments, over 27 % worked in independent establishments for out-patient care. An additional survey presents numbers of health care workers by categories, types of establishment and their founders.