Healthcare in Iran is based on three pillars: the public-governmental system, the private sector, and NGOs. The healthcare and medical sector's market value in Iran was almost US $24 billion in 2002 and was forecast to rise to US $31 billion by 2007. With a population of 75 million (2012), Iran is one of the most populous countries in the Middle East. The country faces the common problem of other young demographic nations in the region, which is keeping pace with growth of an already huge demand for various public services. The young population will soon be old enough to start new families, which will boost the population growth rate and subsequently the need for public health infrastructures and services. Total healthcare spending is expected to rise from $24.3 billion in 2008, to $50 bil

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  • Le secteur de la santé en Iran représentait près de 26,4 milliards de dollars US en 2011 et a augmenté de 6,4 % pour atteindre 28,13 milliards en 2012.Avec une population de 75 millions d'habitants (2012), l'Iran est l'un des pays du Moyen-Orient les plus peuplés. Il est confronté au même problème que d'autres jeunes nations de la région, qui est de suivre le rythme d'une demande croissante de services publics. La population jeune sera bientôt en âge de fonder de nouvelles familles, ce qui stimulera le taux de croissance de la population et engendrera un besoin de nouvelles infrastructures et services. Les dépenses du secteur de la santé représentaient 6,0 % du PIB de l'Iran en 2011. En 2008, 73 % des iraniens bénéficient d'une couverture sociale. Selon l'organisation mondiale de la santé (OMS), en 2000, l'Iran se classe 58e dans les soins de santé et 93e pour les performances de son système de santé. L'état de santé des Iraniens s'est amélioré au cours de ces trois dernières décennies. L'Iran a été en mesure d'étendre les soins préventifs publics à travers la mise en place d'un réseau de centres de soins de santé primaires Ainsi, les taux de mortalité infantile et maternelle ont baissé significativement, et l'espérance de vie à la naissance a augmenté de façon remarquable. Les taux de mortalité infantile (TMI) et des enfants de moins de 5 ans (TMM5) ont atteint respectivement 28,6 et 35,6 pour 1000 naissances en 2000, alors qu'ils s'élevaient à 122 et 191 pour 1000 naissances en 1970 La vaccination des enfants est accessible à la majorité des populations urbaines et rurales. (fr)
  • Healthcare in Iran is based on three pillars: the public-governmental system, the private sector, and NGOs. The healthcare and medical sector's market value in Iran was almost US $24 billion in 2002 and was forecast to rise to US $31 billion by 2007. With a population of 75 million (2012), Iran is one of the most populous countries in the Middle East. The country faces the common problem of other young demographic nations in the region, which is keeping pace with growth of an already huge demand for various public services. The young population will soon be old enough to start new families, which will boost the population growth rate and subsequently the need for public health infrastructures and services. Total healthcare spending is expected to rise from $24.3 billion in 2008, to $50 billion by 2013, reflecting the increasing demand on medical services. Total health spending was equivalent to 4.2% of GDP in Iran in 2005. 73% of all Iranians have health care coverage. Iran is also the only country with a legal organ trade. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), as of 2000, Iran ranks 58 in healthcare and 93 in health-system performance. In 2013, Bloomberg News ranked Iran 45th most efficient healthcare system ahead of United States and Brazil. The report shows life expectancy in Iran is 73 years and per capita spending on healthcare is $346. The health status of Iranians has improved over the last two decades. Iran has been able to extend public health preventive services through the establishment of an extensive Primary Health Care Network. As a result, child and maternal mortality rates have fallen significantly, and life expectancy at birth has risen remarkably. Infant (IMR) and under-five (U5MR) mortality have decreased to 28.6 and 35.6 per 1,000 live births respectively in 2000, compared to an IMR of 122 per 1,000 and a U5MR of 191 per 1,000 in 1970. Immunization of children is accessible to most of the urban and rural population. (en)
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  • Healthcare in Iran is based on three pillars: the public-governmental system, the private sector, and NGOs. The healthcare and medical sector's market value in Iran was almost US $24 billion in 2002 and was forecast to rise to US $31 billion by 2007. With a population of 75 million (2012), Iran is one of the most populous countries in the Middle East. The country faces the common problem of other young demographic nations in the region, which is keeping pace with growth of an already huge demand for various public services. The young population will soon be old enough to start new families, which will boost the population growth rate and subsequently the need for public health infrastructures and services. Total healthcare spending is expected to rise from $24.3 billion in 2008, to $50 bil (en)
  • Le secteur de la santé en Iran représentait près de 26,4 milliards de dollars US en 2011 et a augmenté de 6,4 % pour atteindre 28,13 milliards en 2012.Avec une population de 75 millions d'habitants (2012), l'Iran est l'un des pays du Moyen-Orient les plus peuplés. Il est confronté au même problème que d'autres jeunes nations de la région, qui est de suivre le rythme d'une demande croissante de services publics. La population jeune sera bientôt en âge de fonder de nouvelles familles, ce qui stimulera le taux de croissance de la population et engendrera un besoin de nouvelles infrastructures et services. Les dépenses du secteur de la santé représentaient 6,0 % du PIB de l'Iran en 2011. En 2008, 73 % des iraniens bénéficient d'une couverture sociale. (fr)
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  • الصحة في إيران (ar)
  • Healthcare in Iran (en)
  • Santé en Iran (fr)
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