The health care system in Iceland is a mostly publicly funded entity. Iceland is built up of seven health care regions. The national health fund is financed from the annual budget.
The per capita public health expenditure in Iceland is slightly higher when compared to the EU average but lower as a percentage of GDP.
OECD data shows us that health spending per capita amounted to USD 3,750 in 2015 which increased to USD 4,350 in 2018.
However, Iceland spent 8.3 % of its GDP on health, less than the EU average of 9.8 % in 2017.
In Iceland, the public expenditure accounts for the bulk of health expenditure which amounts to almost 82% of current health expenditure.
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