The Commission presents a Companion Report alongside the Country Health Profiles to shine a light on some horizontal observations – trends that can be found in most, if not all, EU Member States. Inevitably, this touches on demographic and technological changes, the shift towards primary care and prevention, and the burden put upon the health workforce.
The State of Health in the EU’s 2019 Companion Report showcases five pertinent cross-EU takeaways from the analysis underpinning the profiles (Part 1), while also adding their country-specific key findings (Part 2).
Like all of the State of Health in the EU reports, Part 1 of the Companion Report is structured along the triple objectives of effectiveness, accessibility and resilience.
Part 2 of the report features key findings from the Country Health Profiles prepared by the OECD and the European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies.
Five videos present the biggest trends in the transformation of the national health systems:
Article Source: https://ec.europa.eu/health/state/companion_report_en