Despite the efficient allocation of roles between the public and private sectors, the provision of health promotion services has been driven by public sectors in Korea. As a result, health care service programs tended to focus on the needs of the lower income class.
As a rapid increase in chronic diseases provides challenges for the existing service delivery system, the Korean government is trying to develop paths through which health care services are supplied in private markets.
This report examines the validity and efficiency of the Government's efforts, and proposes policy alternatives for the private service market to work for all income classes.
This report suggests that the policy measures should be developed to boost up the demand for health care services by providing various types of boucher for low income families according to their economic and health conditions and establish client-oriented price settings. (The rest omitted)
- 친서민 건강관리서비스 확충을 위한 건강관리서비스 제도 활성화 방안(Institutionalizing the health care systems in Korea)
- 이상영; 이수형; 오영인
친서민 건강관리서비스 확충을 위한 건강관리서비스 제도 활성화 방안(Institutionalizing the health care systems in Korea)
서울 : 한국보건사회연구원
|Series Title; No||연구보고서 / 2011-03|
|Subject Country||South Korea(Asia and Pacific)|
|Subject||Social Development < Health|