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An Investigation into Chronic Conditions and Diseases in Minors to Determine the Socioeconomic Status, Medical Use and Expenditure According to Data from the Korea Health Panel, 2015

Moon JH

OBJECTIVES: This study compared the socioeconomic status, medical use and expenditures for infants (1–5 years), juveniles (6–12 years), and adolescents (13–19 years) with a chronic condition or disease to determine...
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Household Out-of-Pocket Payments and Trend in Korea

Park Y, Park EC

After the announcement of Moon Jae-in Government's plan (Moon's Care) for Benefit Expansion in National Health Insurance in August 2017, it is necessary to monitor the effects of the policy,...
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Estimating Nationwide Prevalence of Live Births with Down Syndrome and Their Medical Expenditures in Korea

Park GW, Kim NE, Choi EK, Yang HJ, Won S, Lee YJ

BACKGROUND: This study aimed to estimate the nationwide prevalence of live births with Down syndrome (DS) and its trends and compare the observed and model-based predicted prevalence rates. Further, we...
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Measuring and decomposing socioeconomic inequality in catastrophic healthcare expenditures in Iran

Rezaei S, Hajizadeh

OBJECTIVES: Equity in financial protection against healthcare expenditures is one the primary functions of health systems worldwide. This study aimed to quantify socioeconomic inequality in facing catastrophic healthcare expenditures (CHE)...
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2018 Current Health Expenditures and National Health Accounts in Korea

Jeong HS, Shin JW, Moon SW, Choi JS, Kim H

This paper aims to demonstrate current health expenditure (CHE) and National Health Accounts of the years 2018 constructed according to the SHA2011, which is a manual for System of Health...
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Analysis of the Health Expenditure and Medical Usage Difference of the Baby Boomers between Male and Female: Depression as a Mediators

Jeong JY, Jeong JY, Cha SJ, Lee HJ

BACKGROUND: This study purposed to compare the difference on medical utilization and health expenditure of baby boomer generation by depression between gender. METHODS: Korea Welfare Panel Survey 2016, provided by the...
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Medication Use and Drug Expenditure in Inflammatory Bowel Disease: based on Korean National Health Insurance Claims Data (2010–2014)

Ha JE, Jang EJ, Im SG, Sohn HS

BACKGROUNDS: Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) including ulcerative colitis (UC) and Crohn's disease (CD) increased prevalence and economic burden. OBJECTIVES: This study aimed to investigate drug use pattern in IBD patients in...
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Catastrophic Health Expenditure and Trend of South Korea in 2017

Kim Y, Choi DW, Park EC

Catastrophic health expenditure refers to spending more than a certain level of household's income on healthcare expenditure. The aim of this study was to investigate the proportion of households that...
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The Effect of Population Ageing on Healthcare Expenditure in Korea: From the Perspective of ‘Healthy Ageing’ Using Age-Period-Cohort Analysis

Cho JY, Jeong HS

BACKGROUND: People who were born in different years, that is, different birth cohorts, grow in varying socio-historical and dynamic contexts, which result in differences in social dispositions and physical abilities. METHODS:...
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The Effect of Gender on Catastrophic Health Expenditure in South Korea: Gender-Based Approach by Subgroup Analysis

Kim Y, Kim H

BACKGROUND: Catastrophic health expenditure (CHE) occurs when medical expenditure of a household passes over a certain ratio of household income. This research studied the effect of gender on CHE based...
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The Composition of Pharmaceutical Expenditure in National Health Insurance and Implications for Reasonable Spending

Lee HJ

BACKGROUND: The proportion of pharmaceutical expenditure out of total health-care expenditure in South Korea is high. In 2016, 25.7% of national health insurance (NHI) spending was for pharmaceuticals. Given the...
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Direction of Healthcare Expenditure on Research and Development

Park EC

The quality of healthcare in Korea is very good, especially in life threatening disease. However, the level of healthcare research in Korea is not good relative to that of engineering....
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Effect of Work on Medical Expenditures by Elderly: Findings From the Korean Health Panel 2008–2013

Hyun MK

BACKGROUND: This study was conducted to investigate the effects of work on medical expenditures by the elderly. METHODS: Data pertaining to individuals aged 65 or older collected by the Korean Health...
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Do Fraud Investigations Impact Healthcare Expenditures of Medical Institutions?: An Interrupted Time Series Analysis of Healthcare Costs in Korea

Kim SJ, Jang SI, Han KT, Park EC

BACKGROUND: The aim of our study was to review the findings of health insurance fraud investigations and to evaluate their impacts on medical costs for target and non-target organizations. An...
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Impact of Osteoarthritis on Household Catastrophic Health Expenditures in Korea

Kim H, Cho SK, Kim D, Kim D, Jung SY, Jang EJ, Sung YK

BACKGROUND: Osteoarthritis (OA) is a disease of old age whose prevalence is increasing. This study explored the impact of OA on household catastrophic health expenditure (CHE) in Korea. METHODS: We used...
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Effects of Air Pollution on Public and Private Health Expenditures in Iran: A Time Series Study (1972-2014)

Raeissi P, Harati-Khalilabad T, Rezapour A, Hashemi SY, Mousavi A, Khodabakhshzadeh S

OBJECTIVES: Environmental pollution is a negative consequence of the development process, and many countries are grappling with this phenomenon. As a developing country, Iran is not exempt from this rule,...
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Relationship Between Catastrophic Health Expenditures and Income Quintile Decline

Kang JH, Kim CW

OBJECTIVES: The aims of this study were to investigate the proportion of households facing catastrophic health expenditures based on household income quintiles, and to analyze the relationship between expenditures and...
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Catastrophic Health Expenditure and Trend of South Korea in 2016

Choi DW, Kim W, Park EC

Catastrophic health expenditure refers to when a household spends more than 40 percent of disposable income for out-of-pocketexpenses for healthcare. This study investigates the percentage of South Korean household which...
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Trend of Benefit Expenditure in National Health Insurance by Age Group, 2001–2016

Moon JY, Park EC

Korea is one of the fastest aging country in the world. The increase in health expenditure is an inevitable problem in an aging country. We examined trend of benefit expenditure...
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Health Care Utilization and Expenditures of Patients with Diabetes Comorbid with Depression Disorder: A National Population-Based Cohort Study

Huang CJ, Hsieh HM, Chiu HC, Wang PW, Lee MH, Li CY, Lin CH

OBJECTIVE: The study investigated to compare health care utilization and expenditures between diabetic patients with and without depression in Taiwan. METHODS: Health care utilization and expenditure among diabetic patients with and...
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