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보건의료자원 배분의 효율성 증대를 위한 모니터링 시스템 구축 및 운영(Development and management of monitoring system to improve the efficiency of health care resources allocation) : Health Care Resources, Korea, 2006~2011

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  • 보건의료자원 배분의 효율성 증대를 위한 모니터링 시스템 구축 및 운영(Development and management of monitoring system to improve the efficiency of health care resources allocation)
  • 오영호; 도세록; 이난희; 유형석; 김혜남; 오광호
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Title 보건의료자원 배분의 효율성 증대를 위한 모니터링 시스템 구축 및 운영(Development and management of monitoring system to improve the efficiency of health care resources allocation)
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Health Care Resources, Korea, 2006~2011

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오영호; 도세록; 이난희; 유형석; 김혜남; 오광호

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서울:한국보건사회연구원

Date 2012-12
Series Title; No 연구보고서 / 2012-48
ISBN 978-89-8187-912-9 93510
Pages 204
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
File Type Link
Subject Social Development < Health
Holding 한국보건사회연구원

Abstract

The number of health care institutions in Korea increased from 72,867 in 2006 to 81,664 in 2011, an annual average of 2.3%. The annual increase rate ranged between 3.2% for Gyung-gi and 1.5% for Gang-won and Jeju. In terms of the type of establishment, the most increase in number was in private clinics from 67,799 in 2006 to 76,032 in 2011, an annual average 2.3, while during the same period public health care institutions increased by as little as 0.3% annually from 3,526 to 3,574. The number of medical corporations increased at the highest rate among all health care institutions, at an annual average of 8.6%, from 697 in 2006 to 1,040 in 2011. By provider type, the number of “hospitals and clinics” increased at an annual rate of 2.8% from 26,584 to 30,086, “dental hospitals and clinics” from 12,768 to 15,003 (3.3%), and “oriental medical hospitals and clinics” from 10,061 to 12,317 (4.1%). (The rest is ommitted)