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A Study on the Health Policy Issues of Telemedicine Problem in Korean
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the Health Policy Issues of Telemedicine Problem in Korean
Jeun, Young-Ju;
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 Abstract
Recently, the government tends to address the health policy as an economic logic. However, health policy must be priority to national health right than economic logic. Thus, in this paper analyzes the problems of telemedicine for telemedicine that are at issue in South Korea, based on this, and presents reasonable health policy directions for telemedicine. To amend the law and legislation the health policy and law, analyze the rationality, feasibility of law and sufficient review should be implemented. Comparing to the foreign which introduced telemedicine earlier, discussion on telemedicine in South Korea remains a long way to go and it is now beginning step. Therefore, it should not forget that the health policy of the government with crass insensitivity can bring great disaster. Above all, to the health care, the sufficient review and social consensus which can reduce the side-effects are priority.
 Keywords
Health Policy;Telemedicine;Telemedicine Problem;Telemedicine Policy;
 Language
English
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