Brazil Healthcare Spending 2000-2020

NOTE: All 2020 and later data are UN projections and DO NOT include any impacts of the COVID-19 virus.
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 2016 was $1,016, a 1.29% increase from 2015.
  • Brazil healthcare spending for 2015 was $1,003, a 22.91% decline from 2014.
  • Brazil healthcare spending for 2014 was $1,301, a 4.04% increase from 2013.
  • Brazil healthcare spending for 2013 was $1,251, a 1.34% increase from 2012.
Data Source: World Bank

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Country Name Per Capita (US $)
Maldives $1,048
Brazil $1,016
Nauru $1,012
Cuba $971
Costa Rica $889
Marshall Islands $851
Lebanon $662
Bulgaria $612
Mauritius $553
Montenegro $532
Grenada $516
Tuvalu $507
Ecuador $505
Serbia $494
St. Lucia $490
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Bosnia $444
South Africa $428
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Dominica $419
Iran $415
Dominican Republic $414
Namibia $403
China $398
Botswana $380
Malaysia $362
Armenia $359
Suriname $356
Colombia $340
North Macedonia $328
Paraguay $327
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Peru $316
Belize $304
Jamaica $296
Equatorial Guinea $281
Albania $272
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Kazakhstan $262
Algeria $260
St. Vincent and the Grenadines $250
Guatemala $241
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Jordan $224
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Brazil Healthcare Spending - Historical Data
Year Per Capita (US $) % of GDP
2016 $1,016 11.77%
2015 $1,003 11.46%
2014 $1,301 10.82%
2013 $1,251 10.24%
2012 $1,234 10.04%
2011 $1,288 9.78%
2010 $1,091 9.72%
2009 $722 8.45%
2008 $713 8.12%
2007 $605 8.28%
2006 $488 8.34%
2005 $393 8.25%
2004 $292 8.06%
2003 $240 7.85%
2002 $231 8.18%
2001 $212 6.73%
2000 $245 6.56%