Chamber President Dr. Aydin.
Chamber President Dr. Aydin. Eralp Atay, Turkey's health spending in 2012 regarding the TSI and hold one of the OECD's figures announced he argued.
to health services in Turkey for many years been paying big bucks asserts that Dr.. Eralp Atay,"TUİK his health expenditures in the study, in 2009 health expenditure of 57 billion 911 million TL in 2010, 6.5 percent of 61 billion 678 million TL that in 2011, 11.7 percent, an increase of 68 billion 897 million TL in 2012, 10.7 percent, an increase of 76 billion 278 million TL are indicated. TSI According to the report, per capita health spending in 2009 804 TL, 2010
In 845 AUD , 2011
In 932 €
and in 2012 a thousand 19 €
, respectively. medical expenses GDP to the rate in 2009, 6.1 per cent in 2010, 5.6 percent in 2011 In 5.3 per cent and in 2012, 5.4 per cent respectively. general government health expenditure in total health expenditure share in percent in 2009, 81 percent in 2010, 78.6 percent in 2011 and 79.6 in 2012 percent 76.8, respectively. by households OOP health expenditure in total health spending share in 2009 at 14.1 percent in 2010, 16.3 percent, in 2011 and 2012 in percent 15.4 totaled,"he said.
OECD's 2012 medical report on Turkey's per capita in Europe at least health spending seen is the country where attention Atay,"per capita national income in Europe than the highest health spending per person 4 thousand euro more than a consistent Norway and Switzerland, then the Netherlands, Luxembourg and Denmark stand out. EU average, while per capita 2 thousand 171 euro. Romania and Bulgaria among EU members the lowest health spender countries. lowest in Europe spend 619 euros and in Macedonia is seen. Turkey is 714 euro in Europe with the penultimate. TUİK by Turkey in 2012 's health expenditure of 42 billion 450 million dollars, according to the OECD 53 billion 550 million euros, ie 73 billion 500 million dollars. medical expenses, for which one is right? TSI report me? OECD report me? Which is true regardless of one's true; 10 years Turkey's total health spending as much money as earlier today is that our citizens have to pay out of pocket. these payments will continue to increase in the coming years,"he said.