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Table 3 General data on the representativeness of Private Health in Brazil

From: Brazilian private health system: history, scenarios, and trends

Description 2010 2020
Health Spending (% of GDP) [4, 14] 8.3 9
Proportion spent on Private Health (%) [4, 15] 54.2 56.07
Proportion spent on Public Health (%) [4, 15] 45.8 43.93
Coverage Rate on Private Health Plans (%) [16] 22.3 24.5
The Hospital Medical Organization (Unit) [16] 1045 711
The Dental Organization (Unit) [16] 374 256
Assets of Private Health Entities (US$ - Billions) [26] $ 11,764.71 $ 21,323.53b
Private Health Programs (Users) [16] 44,937,350a 47,615,162
U-files of individual or family plans (Users) [16] 9,560,381a 9,043,414
Users of Business Plans (Users) [16] 28,877,931a 32,192,328
U-kind Collective Plans (Users) [16] 6,643,512a 6,308,420
Users of Unidentified Plans (Users) [16] 943,990a 71,000
And Direct Jobs in Health (People) [14] 4,418,871
And Direct Jobs in the Private Health Sector (People) [14] 3,429,759
And Direct Jobs in the Public Health Sector (People) [14] 989,112
Revenue from Private Operators Payouts (US$) [16] $ 15,592,201,463.79 $ 30,498,100,687.32
Operator Assistance Expenses (US$) [16] $ 12,658,972,366.36 $ 22,090,892,703.13
Operator Administrative Expenses (US$) [16] $ 2,427,299,367.83 $ 2,886,992,082.35
Operators’ Business Expenses (US$) [16] $ 504,765,502.02 $ 961,252,886.21
Hospital Structures (Units) [17] 6907 6642
Hospital Beds Brazil (Unit) [17] 435,793 404,770
Private Hospital Beds (Unit) [17] 295,463 254,982
Beds per Thousand Inhabitants (Thousand Inhabitants) [17, 28] 2.23 1.91
  1. a2011
  2. b2016