Brazil Healthcare Spending 2000-2021

Current expenditures on health per capita in current US dollars. Estimates of current health expenditures include healthcare goods and services consumed during each year.
  • Brazil healthcare spending for 2018 was $848, a 9.29% decline from 2017.
  • Brazil healthcare spending for 2017 was $935, a 16.71% increase from 2016.
  • Brazil healthcare spending for 2016 was $801, a 2.51% increase from 2015.
  • Brazil healthcare spending for 2015 was $782, a 23.13% decline from 2014.
Data Source: World Bank

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Country Name Per Capita (US $)
Cuba $987
Maldives $974
Nauru $966
Costa Rica $910
Brazil $848
Montenegro $731
Tuvalu $693
Bulgaria $690
Romania $687
Lebanon $686
Mauritius $653
Marshall Islands $643
Serbia $617
Russia $609
Bosnia $540
South Africa $526
Mexico $520
Ecuador $516
Colombia $513
China $501
Dominica $491
Iran $484
Botswana $483
Grenada $475
Suriname $474
Namibia $471
St. Lucia $465
Dominican Republic $462
Turkmenistan $460
Malaysia $427
Armenia $422
Paraguay $400
North Macedonia $399
Turkey $390
Peru $369
Belarus $356
Jordan $330
St. Vincent and the Grenadines $329
Jamaica $321
Equatorial Guinea $314
Guyana $296
Belize $286
Thailand $276
Kazakhstan $276
Albania $275
Guatemala $260
Venezuela $257
Algeria $256
Iraq $239
Tonga $237
Samoa $227
Gabon $218
Fiji $215
Azerbaijan $166
Brazil Healthcare Spending - Historical Data
Year Per Capita (US $) % of GDP
2018 $848 9.51%
2017 $935 9.47%
2016 $801 9.21%
2015 $782 8.87%
2014 $1,017 8.40%
2013 $981 7.98%
2012 $957 7.74%
2011 $1,032 7.79%
2010 $897 7.95%
2009 $722 8.40%
2008 $707 8.02%
2007 $603 8.21%
2006 $486 8.26%
2005 $385 8.04%
2004 $296 8.14%
2003 $251 8.20%
2002 $247 8.70%
2001 $270 8.55%
2000 $313 8.33%