National Health Expenditure Trends, 1975 to 2016 provides an overview of how much is spent on health care annually, in what areas money is spent and on whom, and where the money comes from. It features comparative expenditure data at the provincial/territorial and international levels, as well as Canadian health spending trends from 1975 to the present.
- Full report: National Health Expenditure Trends, 1975 to 2016
- Media release: Canada’s health expenditure: Spending on prescribed drugs increases, total growth remains slow
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Read our report by topic:
- How much does Canada spend on health care?
- How has health spending growth changed over the last 40+ years?
- How does Canada’s health spending compare internationally?
- Where does Canada’s health care money come from?
- What are the current trends in hospital spending?
- How does health spending differ across provinces and territories?
- How has health spending on seniors changed?
- Key findings
Highlights about health spending in Canada
- Briefing deck
A presentation of key findings of current health expenditure trends
Comprehensive slide deck of reusable graphs with provincial, national and international health expenditure trends, available upon request
- Methodology notes
NHEX definitions, data sources, limitations and revisions
- Technical note: Public health
Definition of public health in NHEX and more details
- Data tables
Macro-level health expenditure data in 600 data tables, by province/territory and by year
- Quick Stats
Interactive tool to visually compare selected data from our data tables
- Open data
Modifiable data set that can be freely used
- Accessible data tables
Selected data tables have been formatted to be accessible for screen reader users