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Table 2 Socialized health expenditure – absolute value (2005) and share of each financing source (average 1998–2005)

From: The inequity of the Swiss health care system financing from a federal state perspective

  SHE per capita (CHF) SHE as a share of average disposable income Sources of financing
Federal taxes Cantonal and municipal taxes General social insurances Mandatory health insurance (net premiums)
Zurich (ZH) 4198 6.66% 10% 29% 13% 48%
Bern (BE) 4297 8.52% 11% 30% 13% 46%
Lucerne (LU) 3461 7.19% 13% 25% 16% 46%
Uri (UR) 3379 6.85% 13% 26% 16% 45%
Schwyz (SZ) 3581 6.14% 13% 25% 15% 47%
Obwald (OW) 3155 7.40% 14% 27% 16% 43%
Nidwald (NW) 3385 6.21% 13% 27% 16% 44%
Glarus (GL) 3541 8.01% 12% 30% 14% 44%
Zug (ZG) 3885 5.15% 12% 30% 14% 44%
Fribourg (FR) 3876 8.42% 12% 28% 14% 46%
Solothurn (SO) 4002 7.78% 11% 26% 14% 49%
Basel City (BS) 5854 9.31% 8% 39% 9% 44%
Basel Land (BL) 4197 7.60% 11% 27% 13% 49%
Schaffausen (SH) 4070 9.06% 11% 31% 13% 45%
Appenzell O. Rhodes (AR) 3505 6.33% 13% 27% 16% 44%
Appenzell I. Rhodes (AI) 2988 6.81% 16% 20% 19% 45%
St. Gall (SG) 3465 6.76% 13% 24% 15% 48%
Grisons (GR) 3837 7.18% 12% 29% 14% 45%
Argovia (AG) 3575 6.60% 13% 20% 15% 52%
Thurgovia (TG) 3204 7.10% 14% 19% 16% 51%
Ticino (TI) 4852 9.66% 10% 29% 12% 49%
Vaud (VD) 4858 9.01% 9% 30% 11% 50%
Valais (VS) 3732 8.32% 12% 30% 14% 44%
Neuchâtel (NE) 5017 10.44% 9% 33% 11% 47%
Geneva (GE) 6578 10.10% 7% 43% 8% 42%
Jura (JU) 4381 10.43% 10% 30% 12% 48%
Switzerland (CH) 4243 7.85% 11% 29% 13% 47%