Euro health consumer index

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Euro Health Consumer Index (EHCI) is a comparison of European health care systems based on waiting times, results, and generosity. The information is presented as a graphic index. EHCI was produced 2005–2009 and 2012 by Health Consumer Powerhouse. The 2013 ranking included 35 countries measured by 48 indicators.

Euro Health Consumer Index 2013.[1]
Country Overall ranking Patient rights and
information ranking
Accessibility
(waiting times for
treatment) ranking
Outcomes
ranking
Range and reach of
services provided
Prevention Pharmaceuticals
 Netherlands 1 1 7 3 1 14 5
  Switzerland 2 16 1 3 13 10 2
 Iceland 3 7 14 1 5 2 22
 Denmark 4 1 12 7 2 16 5
 Norway 5 3 23 2 2 5 5
 Belgium 6 23 1 12 5 5 11
 Germany 7 7 3 8 20 19 1
 Luxemburg 8 21 3 9 5 1 16
 France 9 11 7 9 13 10 5
 Finland 10 11 23 3 9 5 2
 Sweden 11 11 33 3 2 2 11
 Austria 12 11 3 18 13 24 2
 Scotland 13 4 16 12 11 14 16
 England 14 4 23 18 5 5 16
 Ireland 15 23 16 12 13 10 5
 Czech Republic 16 31 9 12 18 24 11
 Portugal 17 11 31 18 20 2 11
 Slovenia 18 18 23 9 22 16 11
 Spain 19 23 31 12 9 10 19
 Croatia 20 9 16 21 13 24 22
 Italy 21 19 16 12 24 5 22
 Slovakia 22 16 9 25 24 29 5
 Estonia 23 4 23 21 18 35 22
 Lithuania 24 9 14 25 23 33 22
 Cyprus 25 33 16 21 24 19 19
 Greece 26 35 16 21 28 16 30
 Malta 27 33 23 27 11 19 32
 Macedonia 28 23 12 29 28 19 34
 Hungary 29 21 16 29 24 24 22
 Albania 30 29 3 29 34 29 35
 Bulgaria 31 28 9 33 34 29 30
 Poland 32 29 23 27 28 29 22
 Latvia 33 20 33 29 28 19 19
 Romania 34 23 23 34 33 24 32
 Serbia 35 31 33 34 28 33 22

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Euro Health Consumer Index 2013". Health Consumer Powerhouse. Retrieved 20 April 2014. 

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