Looking for a US perspective. I have seen some good breakdowns of the price of college, and I was looking for one on healthcare. What percentage of a hospital Bill goes to doctors and nurses, or building maintenance, or the administrators, or taxes, or anything else?
There are some pretty charts here: https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-cost-breakdown-of-healthcare-in-the-US
You can google your thread title and there are plenty of pie charts and other data.
In a nutshell, hospitals and doctors make up about 50% of the costs. When you add-in prescription drugs, the three combine to about 2/3 of costs. Other stuff like durable medical equipment, in-home care, insurance, etc. make up the rest.