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Associations between Chronic Diseases and Depression in the Korean Elderly: A Gender-Specific Analysis

Jin Y, Lee Y, Kim TH, Lim S, Chung W

Background: As the population is aging, chronic diseases and depression are becoming the main problems in a country’s healthcare system. In this study, we aimed to explore the associations between...
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Factors Affecting the Depressive Mood Experience of Adults in Their 20s: Using Community Health Survey Data for 2017

Kim KS

Background: The purpose of this study is to identify the factors affecting the depressive mood experience of adults in their 20s. Methods: This study is a descriptive survey that conducted a...
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Association between Subjective Body Image and Suicide Ideation: Based on 14th Korean Youth Health Behavior Survey

Ryu H, Kim Y, Kim J

Background: This study aimed to demonstrate the importance to recognize subjective body image on their mental health on adolescents. Methods: We used the chi-square test and the multiple logistic regression model...
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Analysis of Factors Affecting the Smoking Rates Gap between Regions and Evaluation of Relative Efficiency of Smoking Cessation Projects

Kim H, Lee DH, Jeong JY, Gu YJ, Jeong HS

Background: Based on the importance of ceasing smoking programs to control the regional disparity of smoking behavior in Korea, this study aims to reveal the variation of smoke rate and...
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Korea National Health Insurance Service Financial Status and Prospect

Joo JH, Jang SI, Park EC

Background: Korea National Health Insurance Service (NHIS) is operated as a social insurance system in which people pay a portion of their monthly income as insurance premiums and receive benefits...
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The Effect of Changes in Medical Use by Changing Copayment of Elderly

Na YK

Background: From January 2018, a policy was applied to differentially apply the co-payment for medical expenses of 15,000 won or more from 30% to 10%–30% for each medical fee. This...
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The Effect of Reform of New Diagnosis-Related Groups on Coverage of National Health Insurance

Choi JK, Kim SH, Chang CH, Yoon JM, Kang JG

Background: Korea set up a new diagnosis-related group as a demonstration project in 2009. The new diagnosis-related group was reformed in 2016. The main purpose of the study is to...
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Implications of Price Setting Strategies for New Health Technologies from Five Countries

Chung Sh, Kwon O, Choi Y, Moon K, Chae J, Lee R

This study aims to compare the experience of selected countries in operating separate payment system for new healthcare technology and to find implications for price setting in Korea. We analyzed...
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Is the Single-Insurer a Powerful Purchaser?: In Case of Indonesia

Kim Y, Byeon J

This study reviewed primary care purchasing issues of the Indonesian single-insurer, BPJS-K, in the context of triangular power relations between the government, the insurer, and the providers, and considered its...
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Policy Directions to Improve Collaboration of Central and Local Government for Effective Health Promotion Policy

Oh Y, Cho I

The purpose of this study is to analyze the long-term plans of the central and local governments in order to plan policy and implementing programs. Through this, the governments is...
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Post-Coronavirus Disease 2019

Park EC

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is currently in progress. Although it is difficult to predict the end of currently increasing COVID-19, it is expected to last for a long time. The...
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