This article will share some key statistics and organizational insights into Norway’s secondary care sector, with particular focus on its hospital and specialist care provision. As one of the wealthiest countries in the world, Norwegian health expenditures are quite high and topped only by a handful of countries, such as the U.S., Denmark and Switzerland. […]
The healthcare system in Norway is built on the principal of equal access to services for all inhabitants regardless of their socioeconomic status or geographical location. This same principal is part of the country’s national healthcare legislation and related strategic reforms.