Analysis of the Health Spending and GDP in the Visegrad Group and in Germany
Martina Hedvicakova , Alena Pozdilkova , Arkadiusz Piwowar
AbstractThe aim of this article is to analyze health care expenditures in Czech Republic and in states of Visegrad Group and Germany as a comparison. Correlation analysis with significance testing and time series prognosis will be used. Data for analysis were obtained from Eurostat and OECD. Correlation coefficients for health care expenditures and GDP per capita were calculated for individual states of the Visegrad Group and for comparison of Germany. Most correlated are these variables in Poland, where computed value is 0.9905, which is very closed to one. It means, that trend of heath care expenditures and GDP per capita is almost the same. Subsequently, prognosis of heath care expenditures was carried out in the Czech Republic, which showed a further increase in health care expenditures by 2028, which corresponds to the demographic and economic trend. There is a similar trend in other analysis countries.
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Jedlicka Pavel, Maresova Petra, Firlej Krzysztof, Soukal Ivan (eds.): Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference Hradec Economic Days 2020, vol. 10, no. 1, 2020, University of Hradec Kralove, ISBN 9788074357763, 917 p., DOI:10.36689/uhk/hed/2020-01-000
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|Keywords in English||health care expenditures; costs; correlation analysis; GDP; prognosis|
|Uwaga||The paper is supported by the project of Technological Agency of the Czech Republic, TL01000300 Treatment and care of people with Alzheimer's disease - economic burden in the context of the development of new drugs.|
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