Gross government expenses on the Dutch Health Insurance Act (Zvw) from 2008 to 2019 (in million euros)

Gross government expenses on the Dutch Health Insurance Act (Zvw) 2008-2019 This statistic shows the gross government expenses on the Dutch Health Insurance Act (Zvw) from 2008 to 2019 (in million euros). In 2019, the Dutch government expects to spend a gross sum of approximately 50.3 billion euros on the Dutch Health Insurance Act. This is an increase from the 47.6 billion euros reached in 2018. In the Netherlands, every resident or employee is obliged to take a basic health insurance to cover medical costs from, for example, visits to a general practitioner or the hospital. The Dutch government decides on the cover provided by this package and health insurance companies are obliged to accept everyone who meets the requirements, regardless of age or state of health.
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Gross expenses in million euros
200831,465
200933,756
201035,474
201135,983
201236,672
201339,210
201439,220
2015*41,858
2016*43,872
2017*45,355
2018*47,619
2019*50,360
Gross expenses in million euros
200831,465
200933,756
201035,474
201135,983
201236,672
201339,210
201439,220
2015*41,858
2016*43,872
2017*45,355
2018*47,619
2019*50,360
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This statistic shows the gross government expenses on the Dutch Health Insurance Act (Zvw) from 2008 to 2019 (in million euros). In 2019, the Dutch government expects to spend a gross sum of approximately 50.3 billion euros on the Dutch Health Insurance Act. This is an increase from the 47.6 billion euros reached in 2018. In the Netherlands, every resident or employee is obliged to take a basic health insurance to cover medical costs from, for example, visits to a general practitioner or the hospital. The Dutch government decides on the cover provided by this package and health insurance companies are obliged to accept everyone who meets the requirements, regardless of age or state of health.
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Release date
September 2018
Region
Netherlands
Survey time period
2008 to 2019
Supplementary notes
* The numbers provided from 2015 onward are provisional.

The figures have been taken from several publications.

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