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Non-capital expenditure on health programs in Ireland in 2017

Distribution of non-capital expenditure on health programs in Ireland in 2017

by Conor Stewart, last edited Jun 20, 2019
Non-capital expenditure on health programs in Ireland in 2017 This statistic displays the distribution of non-capital expenditure on health programs in Ireland in 2017. The largest share of non-capital expenditure went on acute hospitals, accounting for 34.1 percent, followed by primary care and community health at 26.1 percent.
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Distribution of non-capital expenditure on health programs in Ireland in 2017

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