Drug expenditure in Canada : H115-27E-PDF

Drugs continue to consume an increasing share of Canada's health care dollar, accounting for the second largest category of health expenditures next to hospital services. Drug Expenditure in Canada, updates trends in drug spending in Canada, primarily from retail establishments, in total, by public and private payers, and by type of drug (prescribed and non-prescribed). Provincial and territorial comparisons are included.

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Publication information
Department/Agency Canada. Canadian Institute for Health Information.
Title Drug expenditure in Canada
Variant title At head of title: National health expenditure database
Publication type Series
Language [English]
Other language editions [French]
Format Electronic
Publishing information Ottawa : Canadian Institute for Health Information,[200-]-[2012]
Chronology [1985 to 2003-1985 to 2012]
Frequency Annual
ISSN 1910-0949
Catalogue number
  • H115-27E-PDF
Subject terms Drugs
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