Cancer screening programme target population and number of invited to screening 2020
27 JANUARY 2020
Estonian Cancer Screening Registry's data about breast, cervical and colorectal cancer screening programme target population and number of invited to screening in 2020 is published in Health Statistics and Health Research Database.
This year, more people in Estonia are expected to be screened for than in previous years, covering a total of more than 177,000 men and women. The breast cancer screening target population is 82,262 women, and the cervical cancer screening target population is 55,735 women. The target population for colorectal cancer screening was expanded to a total of 84,516 men and women.
New cases of malignant neoplasms 2017
11 DECEMBER 2019
Drunk drivers in charge of a motor vehicle caught by police 2018
28 NOVEMBER 2019
Statistics of drunk drivers in charge of a motor vehicle caught by police by municipalities (caught place) in 2018 is available in database.
Acute myocardial infarction 2018
28 NOVEMBER 2019
Check out the database, where Estonian Myocardial Infarction Registry's data of diseased and hospitalised due acute myocardial infarction in 2018 is published.
Health care providers’ revenues, costs and fixed assets 2018
21 NOVEMBER 2019
Data on health care providers’ revenues, costs and fixed assets in 2018 were published in the Health Statistics and Health Research Database. Data is available also by Hospital Network Development Plan hospitals.
The main economic indicators of health care providers improved in 2018 compared to 2017. The health care providers’ revenues amounted to over 1.3 billion euros, which is 11% more than a year earlier. Funding from the Estonian Health Insurance Fund comprises the largest share, namely 67% of all the health care providers’ revenues, and it was 12% bigger than in 2017. The increase in revenues from individuals was 6% compared to 2017, i.e. smaller than the increase in funding from the Health Insurance Fund. The increase in total revenue outpaced the increase in costs, therefore the health care providers closed the financial year with a positive result. The net gain of health care providers in 2018 was more than 86 million euros. The hospitals generated the largest gain — almost 33 million euros. 13% of health care providers ended the year with loss. The investments in fixed assets amounted to more than 74 million euros. Of investments 55% were investments in buildings and structures, and 40% in machinery and equipment, most of which in medical devices.