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Table 5 Forecasted average potential savings arising from improved efficiency, 2020–2022, under three scenarios

From: Improving public hospital efficiency and fiscal space implications: the case of Mauritius

  Fiscal year 2020–2021 a Fiscal year 2021–2022 b Fiscal year 2022–2023 c
Efficiency score (0.90) Efficiency score (0.95) Efficiency score (1 .0) Efficiency score (0.90) Efficiency score (0.95) Efficiency score (1.0) Efficiency score (0.90) Efficiency score (0.95) Efficiency score (1.0)
Potential savings based on mean efficiency of 0.89 (2000–2017)
 MUR million 99 592 1085 106 633 1161 107 643 1180
 US$ million 2.5 15.1 27.7 2.7 16.2 29.6 2.7 16.4 30.1
 As a % of GGHE 0.8 5.1 9.3 0.8 4.8 8.9 0.8 5.0 9.2
Potential savings based on mean efficiency of 0.81 (2012–2017)
 MUR million 888 1381 1874 950 1478 2005 965 1501 2038
 US$ million 22.6 35.2 47.8 24.2 37.7 51.2 24.6 38.3 52.0
 As a % of GGHE 7.6 11.8 16.0 7.3 11.3 15.3 7.5 11.7 15.9
  1. a Hospital Services Expenditure Fiscal year 2020 -2021 (MUR 9862 million)
  2. b Hospital Services Expenditure Fiscal year 2021–2022 (MUR 10,555 million)
  3. c Hospital Services Expenditure Fiscal year 2021–2022 (MUR 10,724 million)