UK Healthcare Market Review
In 2017 the UK’s total expenditure on healthcare was £197 billion, up almost 3% on the 2016 total of £192 billion. Almost 80% of this expenditure is accounted for by public spending, but LaingBuisson figures demonstrate how the independent sector, whether as a provider of services directly to private payers or as a partner to local authority and public health services in delivering health and social care services, continues to play a vital role in our healthcare economy. New for 2019, the Review looks in more detail at UK healthcare spending benchmarked against international comparators from the EU, G7 and OECD in the context of trends in global healthcare. As chosen provider of data on the UK independent healthcare sector to the Office for National Statistics, LaingBuisson contributes market data that is in turn submitted to the OECD, WHO and Eurostat who combine it with their international datasets to benchmark UK spending against other nations.
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