1. Cambodia. 2. Health care cost. 3. Health expenditures. The Cambodia National Health Accounts 2012-2016 report presents detailed health expenditure trend data. There are five key findings. (1) Over the five years covered by this report, government spending on health increased 34% from US$ 199 million in 2012 to US$ 268 million in 2016, which is 22% of current health expenditure (CHE). Total CHE in 2016 was US$ 1207 million. (2) Out-of-pocket spending is about 60% of CHE. (3) Private providers accounted for the majority of health expenditure. (4) Only 10% of CHE was on prevention, and most of it by donors. (5) Expenditure on infectious diseases accounted for 50% of CHE, while noncommunicable diseases accounted for 21%.