SHA Implementation. Louise Ogilvie Director Health Resources Information. CANADIAN HEALTH ACCOUNTS HISTORY. First systematic compilation by Health Canada in 1963. Expenditures on personal health care by private and public sector, from 1953 to 1961.
Health Resources Information
Other Health Spending
Private household out-of-pocket
Private social insurance 10.2%
Local/municipal governments 0.7%
Social security funds
Prevention& public health
Medical goods dispensed to out-patients
Long-term nursing care
Ancillary Services 8.6%
Not applicable (ancillary services, medical goods, prevention & public health, health adm. & insurance) 36.0%
Nursing and residential care facilities
All other industries 0.3%
Gen. Health adm.
Provision and adm. of public health programmes
Retail sale and other providers of medical goods 18.7%
Providers of ambulatory health care
Good correspondence between the Canadian classification of sources of finance for the public sector and the ICHA-HF.
Private insurance group plans meet the definition of HF.2.1 private social insurance.
Expenditures on drugs and capital could be directly mapped to the ICHA-HC.
About two thirds of hospital operating expenses could be directly allocated to as much as seventeen ICHA-HC categories.
Fee-for-service payments of physicians in private practice were allocated to seven ICHA-HC categories.
Good correspondence between some uses of funds and the ICHA-HP (e.g. Hospitals, Other Institutions, Other professionals).