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보건의료분야 국가연구개발사업 운영현황 및 개선방안(Study on the R&D Systems in health care)

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  • 박은자; 김진수; 윤시몬; 윤흰뫼; 이예슬; 곽노성; 김현철
  • 한국보건사회연구원


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Title 보건의료분야 국가연구개발사업 운영현황 및 개선방안(Study on the R&D Systems in health care)
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박은자; 김진수; 윤시몬; 윤흰뫼; 이예슬; 곽노성; 김현철

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서울 : 한국보건사회연구원

Date 2013-12
Series Title; No 연구보고서 / 2013-07
ISBN 978-89-6827-038-3 93510
Pages 289
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
File Type Link
Subject Social Development < Health
Holding 한국보건사회연구원
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Abstract

This study analyzed the Korean government supported R&D system in healthcare, and compared it with that in US, EU, or Japan.
The outcome of the National Science & Technology Information Service (NTIS) analysis shows that healthcare R&D expenditures occupied 10.1% of total national budget spent on R&D in Korea. It only includes the R&D budget by government but dose not include all the used by the private sector.
While the Ministry of Health & Welfare is a main department for healthcare policies, national R&D in healthcare has been conducted in the Ministry of Trade, Industry, and Energy, in the Ministry of Education, in the Ministry of Health & Welfare, and so on. The Ministry of Education supported 37.8% of healthcare R&D expenditures. The Ministry of Health & Welfare and the ministry of trade, industry, and energy spent 28.5% and 24.2% of total expenditures, separately.
NHI manages the most of healthcare R&D burden in US, and Japan carries forward a scheme to unify management of healthcare R&D projects. The research suggests the unified management system which can control healthcare R&D throughout all ministries of government to conduct R&D efficiently.