Healthcare in Europe and       in the USA           Detailled results    CHAM 2011 – September 2011                       ...
Barometer objectivesIn 2006, Europ Assistance Group and the Cercle Santé Société started with CSA Institute    an European...
Studied countriesYear        Countries          Effectives            • Germany          •400            • France         ...
Technical pieces of information•DATA COLLECT MODE: Phone at respondents home•SAMPLE PLAN: National representative sample b...
Assessment of the healthcare system and of quality of care                                 5
Assessment of the healthcare systemHow would you evaluate the organization of the health system today ?  GER      FR      ...
Assessment of the healthcare system How would you evaluate the organization of the health system today ? Score calculated ...
Assessment of the healthcare system – Evolution 2006-2011Evolution since 2006 of the opinions on the health system’s organ...
Evaluation of doctors’ technical skillsAt the moment, how do you rate doctor’s technical skills (for diagnosis and treatme...
Threats for futureIn the coming years, our health system will face several threats, which I am going to read to you.For ea...
Threats for futureFirst threat quoted : evolution between 2006 and 2011                                                   ...
New funding sources for futureWhat do you think is the best solution to cover the increase in health care expenses?       ...
Medicines and trust in control mechanisms –2011 actualityDo you currently trust the control mechanisms put in place by hea...
Healthcare and social        requirements                        14
Evaluation of equality in access to medical careDoes the current health system guarantee equal access to medical care for ...
Evaluation of equality in access to medical care- EvolutionEvolution since 2007 of the opinions on the equality in acces t...
Funding of equality in access to medical care with taxesTo reinforce equal access to health care, are you for or against a...
Funding of equality in access to medical care with taxes - EvolutionTo reinforce equal access to health care, are you for ...
Health care declineOver the course of the last year, did you decline or delay health care for yourself or a member of your...
Health care decline - EvolutionOver the course of the last year, did you decline or delay health care for yourself or a me...
Health care decline : care concernedOver the course of the last year, did you decline or delay health care for yourself or...
Health care declineOver the course of the last year, did you decline or delay health care for yourself or a member of your...
Patients mobility for access to                      treatment                                  23
Mobility and specializationImagine that you need surgery… would you prefer to go to                       A specialized su...
Mobility and specialization - Evolution2006-2011 evolution in % of « A specialized surgeon from a distant city » 2006 2007...
Mobility and holiday destinationImagine that you are choosing a holiday destination abroadHow much importance do you give ...
Mobility and holiday destination - Evolution2006-2011 evolution in % of « Considerable importance » 2006 2007 2009 2010 20...
Management of ageing and       dependent people                           28
Evaluation of the management of dependent / elderly peopleIn your opinion, is the organization and the quality of the mana...
Evaluation of the management of dependent / elderly people - ScoresIn your opinion, is the organization and the quality of...
Evaluation of the management of dependent / elderly people - EvolutionIn your opinion, is the organization and the quality...
Evaluation of public funding for dependencyCurrently in our country, the public financial assistance provided to help depe...
Public funding for dependency - Evolution2010-2011 evolution in % of « Absolutely satisfactory + Somewhat satisfactory » 2...
Home careGiven the problems raised by increasing life spans and the rise in the number of dependent elderlypeople, which o...
Home care - Evolution2009-2011 evolution in % of « home care » 2009 2010 2011                 GER         FR         ITA  ...
Dependancy – Origin of supports Outside of their families, which organisation provides dependent elderly people with the b...
Dependancy – Origin of supports (Focus USA)Outside of their families, which organisation provides dependent elderly people...
Home care and medical monitoringDo you think that the techniques for home medical monitoring and follow-up via telephone o...
Helps for home careTo help dependent elderly people stay in their homes, do you think we must develop...?                 ...
Home care funding  In your opinion, who should pay for the services and assistive devices which make it possible to meet t...
Home care funding – Focus USA In your opinion, who should pay for the services and assistive devices which make it possibl...
Home care funding : differencesDifferences of opinions in countries according to persons categories                       ...
Dependency funding organizationIn your opinion, the collective funding of services and assistive devices which make it pos...
The challenge of dependencyIn your opinion, has the government in your country taken the full measure of the challenge ofd...
New technologies                   45
Informations on the InternetDo you use the Internet for information relating to healthcare ?                    Yes, regul...
Informations on the Internet - EvolutionDo you use the Internet for information relating to healthcare ?2006-2011 evolutio...
Doctor and informations on the InternetWhat do you expect from your doctor with regard to health information available on ...
Continuous in-home monitoring over mobile phoneAre you in favour or not in favour of the development of continuous in-home...
Medical second opinion and InternetTo obtain a medical second opinion, it is now possible to have your medical file analys...
Remote medical consultationWould you consider having a medical consultation with a general practitioner remotely over the ...
Doctor / patient relationship and remote medical consultationDo you think that the use of new technologies such as telecon...
Doctor / patient relationship and remote medical consultation                                                             ...
Prevention             54
Genetic map Individuals will soon be able to access their own genetic map which will make it possible to predict their gen...
Check-upIn the last 5 years, have you been for a check-up ?                    Yes, I initiated it      Yes, I was asked t...
Check-up - Evolution2009-2011 evolution in % of “has made a check-up in the last 5 years” 2009 2010 2011                 G...
Personalized tracking programsThere are programs which monitor ones health throughout ones life and which include preventi...
Interest for personalized tracking programsPlease rate your level of interest in these monitoring programs with preventive...
Health at work - NeedsQuestion for those currently employed: In the context of your job, do you feel that you need healthp...
Contribution of healtshcare sector                      to Economy                                     61
Contribution of health sector to EconomyIn your opinion, the health sector, which includes activities related to medical e...
Contribution of health sector to Economy - Evolution2006-2011 evolution in % of « Contributes to the country’s economic gr...
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Cercle Santé-Europ Assistance Barometer - Survey 2011

  1. 1. Healthcare in Europe and in the USA Detailled results CHAM 2011 – September 2011 1
  2. 2. Barometer objectivesIn 2006, Europ Assistance Group and the Cercle Santé Société started with CSA Institute an European annual barometer about « relationship and behaviours of European towards their healthcare system ».The objectives are both to measure and compare public opinion about Health main topics and look into evolutions.Studied topics• Assessment of the healthcare system and of quality of care• Healthcare and social requirements• Patients mobility for access to treatment• Management of ageing and dependent people• New technologies• Prevention• Contribution of healthcare sector to Economy 2
  3. 3. Studied countriesYear Countries Effectives • Germany •400 • France •4002006-2007 • Italy •400 • United-Kingdom •400 •Sweden •400 • Germany •400 • France •400 • Italy •4002009 • United-Kingdom •400 •Sweden •400 • Poland •400 • Germany •400 • France •400 • Italy •400 • United-Kingdom •4002010 •Sweden •400 • Poland •400 • USA •800 •Austria •400 • Germany •500 • France •500 • Italy •500 • United-Kingdom •500 •Sweden •5002011 • Poland •500 • USA •1000 •Austria •500 • Spain •500 • Czech Republic •500 3
  4. 4. Technical pieces of information•DATA COLLECT MODE: Phone at respondents home•SAMPLE PLAN: National representative sample built according to quotas method by age, region and socio-professional category•SAMPLES SIZES : 500 persons aged 18 and more in European countries and 1000 persons in UnitedStates, 5500 interviews in 10 countries)•FIELDWORK DATES : May-June 2011•QUESTIONNAIRE DURATION: 15 minutes 4
  5. 5. Assessment of the healthcare system and of quality of care 5
  6. 6. Assessment of the healthcare systemHow would you evaluate the organization of the health system today ? GER FR ITA UK SWE POL AUS CZ SP USA Excellent Very good Good Average Poor Do not know Not-insured Medicare 6
  7. 7. Assessment of the healthcare system How would you evaluate the organization of the health system today ? Score calculated with following values : poor =1, average= 3,25, good = 5.5, very good = 7.75, Excellent = 10 More negative More positive categories Poor = 1 Excellent = 10 categoriesAU Women (6,0) Men (6,4)S Women (5,3); <40 y.o Men (5,8); 60 y.o + (6,2);UK (5,3) Inactives (5,9) 60 y.o+ (5,9)SP Women (4,7) Men (5,3)FRSW 60 y.o+ (5,0)EGERCZ SPC- (3,2) 60 y.o+ (3,8)ITAPOL <40 y.o (4,1); SPC- (4,4) SPC+ (4,7); 60 y.o +US Not insured (3,4) (4,8) Medicare (5,2)A 7
  8. 8. Assessment of the healthcare system – Evolution 2006-2011Evolution since 2006 of the opinions on the health system’s organisation Excellent = 10 GER FR ITA UK SWE POL USA AUS Poor = 1 8
  9. 9. Evaluation of doctors’ technical skillsAt the moment, how do you rate doctor’s technical skills (for diagnosis and treatments) ?Score calculated with following values : poor =1, average= 3,25, good = 5.5, very good = 7.75, Excellent = 10 Doctor’s technical skills score Poor = 1 Excellent = 10 CZ AUS UK FR SP GE R SW E POL ITA USA 9
  10. 10. Threats for futureIn the coming years, our health system will face several threats, which I am going to read to you.For each of them, do you feel that the threat is very important, somewhat important, not really important or not important at all? GER FR ITA UK SWE POL AUS CZ SP USAVery important threat (% )Lack of public funding 50% 53% 85% 78% 61% 69% 50% 56% 75% 54%Increase of direct costs for 55% 48% 54% 52% 43% 69% 51% 51% 73% 66%individualsIncrease in prices for medical 53% 50% 66% 53% 42% 66% 43% 52% 73% 66%proceduresUnequal access to healthcare 53% 54% 68% 68% 71% 71% 49% 40% 66% 63%Waiting times before receiving 40% 45% 75% 70% 65% 88% 42% 41% 76% 58%treatmentShortage of general practitioners 42% 58% 50% 68% 65% 56% 39% 34% 73% 63%Risks of getting an infection in 67% 41% 64% 83% 65% 65% 41% 28% 80% 70%hospitalMedical errors 52% 40% 78% 79% 70% 65% 47% 37% 75% 71% 10
  11. 11. Threats for futureFirst threat quoted : evolution between 2006 and 2011 GER FR ITA UK SWE Ge Fr It Uk Sw 2006 2011 2006 2011 2006 2011 2006 2011 2006 2011 Lack of public funding 1 1 1 Increase of direct costs for individuals Increase in prices for medical procedures Unequal access to healthcare 1 Waiting times before receiving treatment 1 1 Shortage of general practitioners 1 1 Risks of getting an infection in hospital 1 1 Medical errors 11
  12. 12. New funding sources for futureWhat do you think is the best solution to cover the increase in health care expenses? Increase private insurance, optional Increase taxes or Pay a greater excess for each supplemental insurance or supplemental Do not know compulsory contributions medical service policies from mutual insurance companies GER FR ITA UK SWE POL AUS CZ SP USA 12
  13. 13. Medicines and trust in control mechanisms –2011 actualityDo you currently trust the control mechanisms put in place by health authorities to limit the risks relatedto taking medicines? ITA SP SWE UK FR AUS GER CZ POL USA Yes No Do not know 13
  14. 14. Healthcare and social requirements 14
  15. 15. Evaluation of equality in access to medical careDoes the current health system guarantee equal access to medical care for all citizens ? GER FR ITA UK SWE POL AUS CZ SP USA Large town : 51% Rural : 46% Yes No Do not know 15
  16. 16. Evaluation of equality in access to medical care- EvolutionEvolution since 2007 of the opinions on the equality in acces to medical care GER FR ITA UK SWE POL USA AUS 16
  17. 17. Funding of equality in access to medical care with taxesTo reinforce equal access to health care, are you for or against an increase in contributions /taxes orcompulsory contributions? GER FR ITA UK SWE POL AUS CZ SP USAYesNoDo not know 17
  18. 18. Funding of equality in access to medical care with taxes - EvolutionTo reinforce equal access to health care, are you for or against an increase in contributions /taxes or compulsorycontributions?2009-2011 evolution (% of “yes”) 2009 2010 2011 GER FR ITA UK SWE POL AUS USA 18
  19. 19. Health care declineOver the course of the last year, did you decline or delay health care for yourself or a member of yourhousehold because of financial difficulties? GER FR ITA UK SWE POL AUS CZ SP USA Yes No Do not know 19
  20. 20. Health care decline - EvolutionOver the course of the last year, did you decline or delay health care for yourself or a member of yourhousehold because of financial difficulties?2009-2011 evolution in % of “yes” 2009 2010 2011 GER FR ITA UK SWE POL AUS USA 20
  21. 21. Health care decline : care concernedOver the course of the last year, did you decline or delay health care for yourself or a member of your household because offinancial difficulties?What type of care was it? ( Multi answers possible )Base : Total GER FR ITA UK SWE POL AUS CZ SP USA % of persons who declare having delayed or declined 15% 29% 19% 6% 5% 36% 10% 6% 5% 25% health cares Types of care delayed or declined (multi answers possible) • routine care 3% 12% 4% 1% 2% 13% 2% 1% 2% 13% • purchase of medicine 3% 6% 3% 1% 0% 16% 1% 1% 1% 7% • major procedures (surgery, costly 3% 5% 8% 0% 1% 11% 3% 2% 0% 7% examinations or • dental or eye care 5% 22% 8% 4% 3% 18% 6% 3% 2% 11% SPC + : 15 % SPC - : 28 %
  22. 22. Health care declineOver the course of the last year, did you decline or delay health care for yourself or a member of your household because offinancial difficulties?What type of care was it? ( Multi answers possible ) USAFocus USA according the type of healthcare coverage Self-purchased / Health care coverage USA Employer based Medicare Medicaid Not Insured Military Self-insured % of persons who declare having delayed or 25% 19% 30% 13% 47% 66% 11% declined health cares Types of care delayed or declined ( multi anwers possible) Routine care 13% 9% 18% 6% 19% 39% 6% Purchase of medicine 7% 4% 8% 6% 19% 17% 3% Dental or eye care 11% 9% 12% 3% 19% 29% 9% Major procedures 7% 7% 9% 3% 9% 13% 6% 22
  23. 23. Patients mobility for access to treatment 23
  24. 24. Mobility and specializationImagine that you need surgery… would you prefer to go to A specialized surgeon from A generalist surgeon close to where you live Do not know a distant city GER FR ITA UK SWE POL AUS CZ SP USA 18-39 y.o : 83% 18-39 y.o : 68% 18-39 y.o : 59% 24
  25. 25. Mobility and specialization - Evolution2006-2011 evolution in % of « A specialized surgeon from a distant city » 2006 2007 2009 2010 2011 GER FR ITA UK SWE POL AUS USA 25
  26. 26. Mobility and holiday destinationImagine that you are choosing a holiday destination abroadHow much importance do you give to local health conditions when you are choosing your holiday destination? Considerable importance Little importance No importance at all Do not know GER FR ITA UK SWE POL AUS CZ SP USA 26
  27. 27. Mobility and holiday destination - Evolution2006-2011 evolution in % of « Considerable importance » 2006 2007 2009 2010 2011 GER FR ITA UK SWE POL AUS USA 27
  28. 28. Management of ageing and dependent people 28
  29. 29. Evaluation of the management of dependent / elderly peopleIn your opinion, is the organization and the quality of the management of dependent / elderly people: GER FR ITA UK SWE POL AUS CZ SP USA Excellent Very good Good Average Poor Do not know 29
  30. 30. Evaluation of the management of dependent / elderly people - ScoresIn your opinion, is the organization and the quality of the management of dependent / elderly people : More negative More positive Poor = 1 Excellent = 10 categories categoriesAU Trad yo?SSPCZGE SPC - (3,5) 60+ y.o (4,2)R 18-39 y.o (4,0)FRASWE Men (4,0)UK 18-39 y.o (3,0)POL SPC - (2,2) 18-39 y.o (2,8)ITA Women (4,5) Men (5,0)US Not Insured (4,2) 60+ y.o (4,9) Medicare (5,5)A 30
  31. 31. Evaluation of the management of dependent / elderly people - EvolutionIn your opinion, is the organization and the quality of the management of dependent / elderly people:Evolution since 2006 Excellent = 10 GER FR ITA UK SWE POL USA AUS Poor = 1 31
  32. 32. Evaluation of public funding for dependencyCurrently in our country, the public financial assistance provided to help dependent or elderly people stay intheir homes is...GER FR ITA UK SWE POL AUS CZ SP USA Absolutely satisfactory Somewhat satisfactory Somewhat unsatisfactory Absolutely unsatisfactory Do not know 32
  33. 33. Public funding for dependency - Evolution2010-2011 evolution in % of « Absolutely satisfactory + Somewhat satisfactory » 2010 2011 GER FR ITA UK SWE POL AUS USA 33
  34. 34. Home careGiven the problems raised by increasing life spans and the rise in the number of dependent elderlypeople, which of the following should be our priority today? Home care Retirement homes Do not know GER FR ITA UK SWE POL AUS CZ SP USA 34
  35. 35. Home care - Evolution2009-2011 evolution in % of « home care » 2009 2010 2011 GER FR ITA UK SWE POL AUS USA 35
  36. 36. Dependancy – Origin of supports Outside of their families, which organisation provides dependent elderly people with the best support to help them stay in their homes?GERFRITAUKSWEPOLAUSCZSPUSA 36
  37. 37. Dependancy – Origin of supports (Focus USA)Outside of their families, which organisation provides dependent elderly people with the best support tohelp them stay in their homes? USAEmployer based Self-purchased Medicare Medicaid Not insured Military 37
  38. 38. Home care and medical monitoringDo you think that the techniques for home medical monitoring and follow-up via telephone or the Internet enable dependentelderly persons to remain independent in their own homes?Are you willing to equip your older family members with remote monitoring systems such as an electronic bracelet, fall detectoror continuous blood pressure monitor to make life at home safer for them? Yes, I think that the techniques for home Yes, willing to equip your older family members medical monitoring and follow-up via with remote monitoring systems such as an telephone or the Internet enable electronic bracelet, fall detector or continuous dependent elderly persons to remain blood pressure monitor independent in their own homes GER FR ITA UK SWE POL AUS CZ SP USA 38
  39. 39. Helps for home careTo help dependent elderly people stay in their homes, do you think we must develop...? GER FR ITA UK SWE POL AUS CZ SP USA % YesHome care jobs 90% 97% 96% 96% 91% 96% 91% 93% 93% 91%Remote monitoring which makes 63% 87% 93% 94% 74% 79% 73% 65% 75% 88%living at home saferRobotics which make it possible to 18% 63% 53% 72% 36% 68% 26% 45% 52% 63%perform daily tasks 39
  40. 40. Home care funding In your opinion, who should pay for the services and assistive devices which make it possible to meet the daily needs of elderly and dependent persons?GERFRITAUKSWEPOLAUSCZSPUSA 40
  41. 41. Home care funding – Focus USA In your opinion, who should pay for the services and assistive devices which make it possible to meet the daily needs of elderly and dependent persons? USAEmployer basedSelf-purchased Medicare Medicaid Not insured Military 41
  42. 42. Home care funding : differencesDifferences of opinions in countries according to persons categories More in favor of private More in favor of mixt More in favor of public funding funding funding No significant differences No significant differences No significant differences AUS SPC+ : 19% No significant differences No significant differences SP No significant differences SPC+: 63% Inactives : 46% CZ No significant differences No significant differences No significant differences GER No significant differences SPC+ : 68% Inactives : 34% FRA Men : 32% No significant differences No significant differences No significant differences SWE No significant differences No significant differences 60 + UK : 51% UK No significant differences No significant differences No significant differences POL No significant differences No significant differences No significant differences ITA SPC+ : 27% SPC - : 68% No significant differences USA Men : 27% Women : 67% 42
  43. 43. Dependency funding organizationIn your opinion, the collective funding of services and assistive devices which make it possible to meet the dailyneeds of elderly and dependent persons should... Be included in health Be covered by a new funding Do not know spending entity GER FR ITA UK SWE POL AUS CZ SP USA 43
  44. 44. The challenge of dependencyIn your opinion, has the government in your country taken the full measure of the challenge ofdependency? GER FR ITA UK SWE POL AUS CZ SP USAYesNoDo not know 44
  45. 45. New technologies 45
  46. 46. Informations on the InternetDo you use the Internet for information relating to healthcare ? Yes, regularly Yes, occasionally No, never GER FR ITA UK SWE POL AUS CZ SP USA 46
  47. 47. Informations on the Internet - EvolutionDo you use the Internet for information relating to healthcare ?2006-2011 evolution in % of sub-total « Yes, regularly » and « Yes, occasionally ». 2006 2007 2009 2010 2011 GER FR ITA UK SWE POL AUS USA 47
  48. 48. Doctor and informations on the InternetWhat do you expect from your doctor with regard to health information available on the Internet? That he explains to me the That he provides additional That he tell me about reliable aspects I did not clearly information beyond what I found websites understand GER FR ITA UK SWE POL AUS CZ SP USA 48
  49. 49. Continuous in-home monitoring over mobile phoneAre you in favour or not in favour of the development of continuous in-home monitoring resources overmobile phone (example: daily blood sugar control, measurement of blood pressure and heart rate)? GER FR ITA UK SWE POL AUS CZ SP USAIn favourNot in favourDo not know 49
  50. 50. Medical second opinion and InternetTo obtain a medical second opinion, it is now possible to have your medical file analysed remotely overthe Internet by a specialised physician. Would you consider doing this? GER FR ITA UK SWE POL AUS CZ SP USA Yes No 50
  51. 51. Remote medical consultationWould you consider having a medical consultation with a general practitioner remotely over the Internetwith a webcam? GER FR ITA UK SWE POL AUS CZ SP USA 40-59 y.o : 40% Men : 42% SPC+: 27% 18-39 y.o : 47% Men : 25% SPC+: 37% 18-39 y.o : 26% SPC+: 26% Large SPC+: 32% town: 30% Yes No Do not know 51
  52. 52. Doctor / patient relationship and remote medical consultationDo you think that the use of new technologies such as teleconsultation, the Internet and mobile phones for medicalmonitoring will improve, weaken or not change the doctor-patient relationship? Improve the doctor-patient Weaken the doctor-patient Not change it Do not know relationship relationship GER FR ITA UK SWE POL AUS CZ SP USA Improve - weaken -9 -28 -19 -15 -13 +29 -2 +15 -15 +3 52
  53. 53. Doctor / patient relationship and remote medical consultation Focus on 18-39 years oldDo you think that the use of new technologies such as teleconsultation, the Internet and mobile phones for medicalmonitoring will improve, weaken or not change the doctor-patient relationship?Focus on 18-39 y.o. Improve the doctor-patient Weaken the doctor-patient Not change it Do not know relationship relationship GER FR ITA UK SWE POL AUS CZ SP USA Improve - weaken +2 -24 +17 0 -4 +4 -8 -13 +10 +9 53
  54. 54. Prevention 54
  55. 55. Genetic map Individuals will soon be able to access their own genetic map which will make it possible to predict their genetic risk for serious illness. Have you ever heard of this and do you intend to make use of it? GER FR ITA UK SWE POL AUS CZ SP USAYes and I intend to make useof itYes, but I dont intend tomake use of itNo, Ive never heard of it Do not know SPC+: 60% 18-39 y.o : 25% SPC- : 47% SPC+: 36% SPC+: 44% SPC+: 64% SPC- : 23% SPC- : 25% SPC- : 57% 18-39 y.o : 23% Knowledge 55% 29% 31% 29% 54% 26% 58% 39% 32% 60% 55
  56. 56. Check-upIn the last 5 years, have you been for a check-up ? Yes, I initiated it Yes, I was asked to No GER FR ITA UK SWE POL AUS CZ SP USA 56
  57. 57. Check-up - Evolution2009-2011 evolution in % of “has made a check-up in the last 5 years” 2009 2010 2011 GER FR ITA UK SWE POL AUS USA 57
  58. 58. Personalized tracking programsThere are programs which monitor ones health throughout ones life and which include preventiveconsultations and personalized annual tracking. Have you ever heard of these monitoring programs ? Yes, I am aware of them Yes, I am aware of them, No, I have never heard of them and already use them but I dont use them GER FR ITA UK SWE POL AUS CZ SP USA 58
  59. 59. Interest for personalized tracking programsPlease rate your level of interest in these monitoring programs with preventive consultations and annualtracking? GER FR ITA UK SWE POL AUS CZ SP USAVery interestedSomewhat interestedA bit interestedNot at all interestedDo not know 59
  60. 60. Health at work - NeedsQuestion for those currently employed: In the context of your job, do you feel that you need healthprograms for...? GER FR ITA UK SWE POL AUS CZ SP USA % very importantBack pain 66% 73% 54% 61% 81% 77% 71% 50% 83% 37%Stress management 56% 62% 46% 52% 72% 65% 59% 54% 81% 38%Detecting serious illnesses 40% 49% 19% 35% 53% 63% 39% 60% 90% 35%Obesity prevention 30% 47% 26% 36% 61% 40% 23% 26% 69% 33%Preventing risks related to 22% 41% 21% 32% 56% 33% 18% 15% 68% 26%tobacco, alcohol or drug use 60
  61. 61. Contribution of healtshcare sector to Economy 61
  62. 62. Contribution of health sector to EconomyIn your opinion, the health sector, which includes activities related to medical equipment, treatments, consultations,drugs, and public and private care providers, is an industry that… Contributes to the country’s Is merely a burden for Do not know economic growth society GER FR ITA UK SWE POL AUS CZ SP USA SPC+: 75% SPC+: 74% 18-39 y.o : Men : 74 Large 67% SPC+: 67% 18-39 y.o 75% town: 75% SPC+: 67% 62
  63. 63. Contribution of health sector to Economy - Evolution2006-2011 evolution in % of « Contributes to the country’s economic growth » GER FR ITA UK SWE POL USA AUS 63

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