Health will have a 0.7 percent more in the budget for 2015

The budget of the Ministry of Health, Social Services and Equality for 2015 is 1.919 million euros, which represents an increase of 0.7 percent compared to the previous year, which was 1.907 million euros.

The total credits prescribed for the politics of Health in 2015 amounts to eur 3.861,52 million euros, a 1.2 percent more compared to the previous year and he excluded the appropriations for the Cohesion Fund in Health.

The Health policy sets out the health programmes of the Ministry and its autonomous bodies for sanitary purposes, as well as from your State Agency.

Also for the healthcare provided by the Mutualism Administrative (Muface, Isfas and Mugeju), to Hospital Care of the Ministry of Defense, as well as the health care agencies are integrated into the System of Social Security.

For 2015, the Ministry of Health aims to “finish” the measures envisaged in the National Reform Programme 2013 and to continue the development of the royal decree law of urgent measures to ensure the sustainability of the National System of Health which came into force two years ago.

The appropriations allocated to the Ministry of Health, Social Services and Equality, their self-governing bodies of health -the Spanish Agency of Consumption, Food Security and Nutrition and the National Transplant Organization – and to your State Agency -Spanish Agency of Medicines and Health Products within the Health policy amount to 167,32 eur million, similar to 2014.

Public health strategies have a strength of 3,44 million euros for, among others, to rare diseases; 3.37 million euros for the promotion of research in health, the donation of organs and the development of the Health Information System, and 4.76 million euros for the development of public systems and digital and other digital applications in the health field.

in Addition, we include 47,11 million euros to the Spanish Agency of Medicines and Health Products; 15,73 million euros to the Spanish Agency of Consumption, Food Safety and Nutrition, and 3.95 million euros to the National Transplant Organization (ONT).