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Association between the National Health Insurance coverage benefit extension policy and clinical outcomes of ventilated patients: a retrospective study

Yoo W, Kim S, Kim S, Jeong E, Lee K

Background: This study aimed to investigate the association between the Korean National Health Insurance coverage benefit extension policy and clinical outcomes of patients who were ventilated owing to various respiratory...
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Catastrophic Health Expenditure and Trend of South Korea in 2019

Kang SH, Jeong W, Park EC

Catastrophic health expenditure refers to measure the level of the economic burden of households due to medical expenses. The purpose of this study was to examine the proportion of households...
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The Relationship between Unmet Healthcare Needs Due to Financial Reasons and the Experience of Catastrophic Health Expenditures

Kang JH, Kim CW

Purpose: The purpose of this study is to investigate the association between unmet healthcare needs due to financial reasons and catastrophic health expenditures. Methods: This study used secondary data from...
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Public Perception on Coinsurance Rate of the National Health Insurance in Korea

Cho HH, Kim JE, Hahm MI, Kang EJ, Kim SJ

Background: Although Korean government have been adopting several policies to expand coverage of National Health Insurance (NHI) program, the coverage rate is still below average across Organization for Economic Cooperation...
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Effects of the Out-of-pocket Payment Exemption in the Public Health Center on Medical Utilization of the Korean Elderly

Nam K, Park E, Chung Y, Kim Cy

Objectives: The distribution of hospitals in Korea is unbalanced in terms of accessibility. Many local public health centers (PHCs) exempt out-of-pocket payments (OOPs) based on local government laws to increase...
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Impact of Regional Emergency Medical Access on Patients’ Prognosis and Emergency Medical Expenditure

Kim Y, Lee TJ

Background: The purpose of this study was to examine the impact of the regional characteristics on the accessibility of emergency care and the impact of emergency medical accessibility on the...
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The health-related quality-of-life of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patients and disease-related indirect burdens

Choi HS, Yang DW, Rhee CK, Yoon HK, Lee JH, Lim SY, Kim YI, Yoo KH, Hwang YI, Lee SH, Park YB

Background/Aims: Many chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) patients have physical limitations. We investigated EuroQol five-dimensions five-level (EQ-5D-5L) of COPD patients to assess quality of life, and assessed indirect burden including time...
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Economic burden and treatment patterns of gynecologic cancers in the United States: evidence from the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey 2007–2014

Yue X, Pruemer JM, Hincapie AL, Almalki ZS, Guo JJ

Objective: This study estimated nationally representative medical expenditures of gynecologic cancers, described treatment patterns and assessed key risk factors associated with the economic burden in the United States. Methods: A retrospective...
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Catastrophic Health Expenditure and Trend of South Korea in 2018

Jeong W, Kim Y, Park EC

Catastrophic health expenditure refers to measure the level of the economic burden of households due to medical expenses. The purpose of this study was to examine the proportion of households...
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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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Determinant Factors in Cost to Feed for Long-Term Care Facilities Residents

Kwon J, Han EJ, Jang H, Lee HS

BACKGROUND: The food and food service influence the quality of life and the general health condition of older persons living in long-term care (LTC) facilities. Purchasing good food materials is...
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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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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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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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Recent Improvements in Medical Expense Support Policies for Newborns in South Korea: Focusing on the Activities of the Korean Society of Neonatology

Lee WR

Despite various national policies aimed at resolving the problems of low birth rates and aging society, the number of newborn babies in South Korea continues to decline. On the other...
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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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Computed Tomography Spending and Utilization for Inpatients with Cerebral Infarction in South Korea

Choi SK, Han KT, Kim SJ, Sohn TY, Jeon B, Park EC

BACKGROUND: Computed tomography (CT) is one of the most efficient diagnostic methods for stroke patients. The number of CT scanners in South Korea, however, is higher than in other countries,...
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