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Ben RHM II - LZG.NRW

Ben RHM II - LZG.NRW

Benchmarking Regional Health Management II (Ben RHM II) ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Illus. 5: Clusters of regions after K-means clustering Southern and Eastern (IE-SE) Madeira (PT) England (UK) Flemish (BE) Cluster 1 Cluster 2 Cluster 3 Cluster 4 Veneto (IT-V) - 60 - Västsverige (SE-V) Saxony-Anhalt (DE-S) 1.1 North Rhine Upper-Austria (AU) Emilia- Romagna (IT-E) Sicily (IT-S) Moravia-Silesia (CZ) Kaunas (LT) Észak-Alföld (HU-E) Nyugat-Dunántúl (HU-ND) Western- Greece (EL)

Benchmarking Regional Health Management II (Ben RHM II) ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Cluster 2 has a low population density and a small male population. This cluster is also char- acterised by a low percentage of seniors as well as a small number of physicians. Regarding the prevailing health care system, most of its members have a mixed system. In relation to the system of government, half of the regions have a federal arrangement as political system and the other half are unitary states. Table 8: Comparison of clusters Measure All regions (N=16) Cluster 1 (n=2) Cluster 2 (n=6) Cluster 3 (n=5) Cluster 4 (n=3) Population density (POP_DENS) % Pop. 65 and older (YEAR_65) Cluster 3 includes England (UK) and four regions of Central Europe, Flemish Community (BE), North Rhine-Westphalia (DE-NRW), Saxony-Anhalt (DE-S) and Upper-Austria (AT) with a very high population density. This cluster is characterised by a medium percentage of seniors, an average number of physicians and a medium male population. Additionally, cluster 3 has a high disposable income and a low unemployment rate. The majority of the members of this cluster have an SHI-based 10 health system and a Federation as government system. Cluster 4 consists of Southern and Eastern Ireland (IE-SE), Västsverige (SE-V) and Western-Greece (EL). It has a very low population density. This cluster is characterised by a large number of males in relation to females, a small elderly population and a low number of physicians. Cluster 4 also has a high income and a low unemployment rate. All regions belonging to this cluster have a tax-based health care system and they are all unitary states. 10 SHI = Statutory Health Insurance. Sex ratio (SEX_RAT) Means Frequent System Unempl. rate (UNEMPLOY) - 61 - Disp. income per inhabitant (INCOM) Phys. per 100.000 inhabitants (PHYSIC) System of health care (HEALTH) System of government (GOVERN) 202,5 16,0% 94,7 8,1% 11.814,7 379,0 --- --- 213,2 20,4% 94,3 3,4% 16.800,9 573,5 All Taxbased 162,6 14,3% 91,5 10,7% 5.320,4 358,1 Mainly Mixed 327,6 16,7% 95,7 7,7% 16.821,8 386,5 Mainly SHI-based 66,5 15,2% 99,6 6,6% 13.134,3 278,5 All Taxbased All Fed. Arrangement Fed. Arrang. & Unitary St. Mainly Federation All Unitary State

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