Eurostat recently released statistics
about healthcare costs in EU Member States
. Germany had the highest level of healthcare expenditure in 2015 with €338 billion, equivalent to 11.2 percent of GDP. The United Kingdom came second with €255 billion, followed by France
with €241 billion.
Relative to population, Luxembourg had the highest expenditure per inhabitant at €5,557. Sweden came second with €5,023 while Denmark rounded off the top three with €4,938. At the other end of the scale, Romania had the lowest level of healthcare spending per person at €400, followed by Bulgaria with €518 and Latvia at €702.