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보건의료서비스 공급체계 개선방안(Measures for improving the delivery of public health care services)

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  • 서미경; 김혜련; 한영자; 서우덕; 송현종; 김남순; 황나미; 김동진; 박인철; 오희철
  • 한국보건사회연구원


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Title 보건의료서비스 공급체계 개선방안(Measures for improving the delivery of public health care services)
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서미경; 김혜련; 한영자; 서우덕; 송현종; 김남순; 황나미; 김동진; 박인철; 오희철

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서울:한국보건사회연구원

Date 2003-12
Series Title; No 연구 / 2003-03
Pages 294
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
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Subject Social Development < Health
Holding 한국보건사회연구원

Abstract

South Korea has recently experienced serious increases in chronic disease, physical accident, and old and new infectious diseases. However, the current delivery system of public health and medical services is not sufficiently equipped to deal with such problems. Moreover, in an environment where public healthcare remains dwarfed in comparison to private sector-based healthcare services, other problems come to the fore, including the lack of delivery of essential services and the unequal distribution of healthcare personnel resources between rural and urban areas and between different income classes. This study is conducted to suggest measures for improving the health and medical service delivery system in line with changing pattern of diseases. In the process, this study ⅰ) explains what changes should be made in services and providers to efficiently deal with chronic diseases, emergency cases, and infectious diseases; ⅱ) proposes coordination schemes for various providers of health and medical services; ⅲ) analyzes the current state of public health and medical services; and ⅳ) suggests what roles public institutions should play in dealing with chronic and infectious diseases and in improving emergency medical services.