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표준업무개발을 통한 일차의료기관 활성화에 관한 연구 (A study on revitalization of primary healthcare organizations through development of standard functions)

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  • Oh, Hyun-Jong; Park, Jeong-Sik; Park, A-Ryun; Pyun, Sug-Won; Kim, Yang-Kyun오현종; 박정식; 박아련; 편석원; 김양균
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Title 표준업무개발을 통한 일차의료기관 활성화에 관한 연구 (A study on revitalization of primary healthcare organizations through development of standard functions)
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Author(English)

Oh, Hyun-Jong; Park, Jeong-Sik; Park, A-Ryun; Pyun, Sug-Won; Kim, Yang-Kyun

Author(Korean)

오현종; 박정식; 박아련; 편석원; 김양균

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[Seoul, Korea]:대한의사협회

Date 2011-02
Journal Title; Vol./Issue 대한의사협회지:vol. 54(no. 2)
Pages 12
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
File Type Link
Subject Social Development < Health
Holding 대한의사협회

Abstract

Primary care lays the foundation of national healthcare systems, but it has been weak in playing its role correctly because of legal and environmental attributes surrounding the healthcare industry in Korea. This study is conducted to concretize the definition and scope of primary care and to deduce its standard functions to contribute to establishing the healthcare delivery system and appropriate healthcare systems embracing socio-environmental leverage. The term primary healthcare institution was adopted based on literature review to achieve the research goal. The principle diseases appropriate for the primary healthcare institution based on ambulatory care sensitive conditions were analyzed, and the standard functions were deduced by matching these diseases with current procedural terminologies using CrossCoder package. Based on the analysis, the primary healthcare institution-specific diseases were 53 specific diseases under 23 broad disease groups. (The rest omitted)