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Volume 5, Issue 4 - Dec 2011
Volume 5, Issue 3 - Sep 2011
Volume 5, Issue 2 - Jun 2011
Volume 5, Issue 1 - Mar 2011
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The Influence on Selecting the Medical Institute for Treatment by Patients Who Had Abnormal Findings through the Private Health Screening
Jeong, Eun-Ju ; Hwang, Byung-Deog ;
The Korean Journal of Health Service Management, volume 5, issue 4, 2011, Pages 1~13
DOI : 10.12811/kshsm.2011.5.4.001
The purpose of this study is to analyze the medical care utilization behavior of patients to whom treatment (surgery) is recommended after they are diagnosed with abnormal findings on health screening and factors affecting the selection of the medical institute for treatment. The data was collected from 291 patients who need treatment or surgery, according to the abnormal findings on the additional examination such as cardiac CT, brain MRI, Gastroscopy and Colonoscopy since four diseases are suspected among of 2,752 people who receive health screening. The results are as follows. First, the most common disease of patients who have abnormal findings by the diagnosis through the results of first testing is colon disease based on through the additional examination. The most common disease of patients who will get treatment (surgery) based on final diagnosis by a doctor who determines the result of health screening on the basis of diagnosis from the first testing is cardiovascular disease. Second, in terms of diseases, patients with cardiovascular disease select the medical institute where they get the health screenings as a place for treatment. Patients with cerebrovascular disease select another medical institute for treatment. Finally, the affective factors of selectivity treatment facility on health screening satisfaction were human, facility, health screening and revisit factors.
The Level of Patient Expectation and Governing Factors in Selecting Hospital
Hong, Yong-Sok ; Park, So-Young ;
The Korean Journal of Health Service Management, volume 5, issue 4, 2011, Pages 15~26
DOI : 10.12811/kshsm.2011.5.4.015
This study assessed and compared the expectation levels of in- and out-patients at hospitals of different size in relation to patients` view of their rights. A survey of out-patients visiting university hospitals (204 patients) and small to mid size community hospitals (215 patients) in Seoul and Kyeongki Province was conducted, where the respondents reported their perceptions of patient rights. Based on the survey, their respective expectation levels for the medical services that they would receive was assessed and analyzed for exploring possible factors for their selecting small to mid sized hospitals over larger hospitals. The results showed difference in perceptions between patients visiting or staying in lager and smaller hospitals. Namely, for out-patients, those at university hospitals had higher perceptions only about their rights to privacy while in hospital, whereas in the case of in-patients, those at small to mid size hospitals had higher perceptions only about their rights to access to inspection information. With respect to the results from analysis of difference in the expectation level for medical services between university and non-university hospital patients, it was found that in-patients at university hospitals had higher perceptions about their rights to choose to see hospital visitors while in hospital and rights to access to religious facilities.
Effects of Health-related Factors on the Use of Health Functional Foods
Choi, Ji-Heon ; You, Chang-Hoon ; Kwon, Young-Dae ;
The Korean Journal of Health Service Management, volume 5, issue 4, 2011, Pages 27~39
DOI : 10.12811/kshsm.2011.5.4.027
Many Koreans have been interested in health functional foods(HHFs). Use of health functional foods is growing rapidly. This study aims to identify the determinants of HFFs use focusing on health related factors. The subjects were 24,626 samples from Korea Health Panel in 2008. The subjects were divided into two group: under the 20 years old and 20 old and over. The logistic regression model was used to examine influence of health-related factors on use of HFFs for each group. About thirty percent of the subjects have used HFFs. The larger family size, higher education level of parents, more stable economic status and chronic diseases were positively related to use more HFFs in younger 20 years old. Higher education level, more stable economic status, chronic diseases were more likely to use HFFs in 20 years of age and over. Health related factors such as disability, chronic diseases, admission, and physician visit affect the use of HFFs in both groups. We confirmed that health related factors as well as socio-demographic and economic factors affect use of HFFs. In-depth knowledge about relationship between health related factors and HFFs is required.
Self-Efficacy, Self-Concept of Professional Nursing, and Clinical Practice Satisfaction to Clinical Practice Education in Nursing Students
Kim, Nam-Hee ; Kim, Kyung-Won ;
The Korean Journal of Health Service Management, volume 5, issue 4, 2011, Pages 41~51
DOI : 10.12811/kshsm.2011.5.4.041
The purpose of this study was to identify self-efficacy and self-concept of professional nursing which might influence clinical practice satisfaction in nursing students. The participants were 278 nursing students in U city. Date were collected from November 29 to December 17, 2010. The collected data was analyzed with the PASW 18.0 statistics program. Self-efficacy had significant positive correlation with self-concept of professional nursing(r
Study on Effect about The Determinants of Happiness to The Local Residents of Their Cognition of Health
Nam, Hee-Eun ; Baek, Jeong-Won ; Ryu, Ji-Sun ;
The Korean Journal of Health Service Management, volume 5, issue 4, 2011, Pages 53~63
DOI : 10.12811/kshsm.2011.5.4.053
This study focused on `The Health` which should considered as a precondition for the local residents by reinvestigating the indicators of happiness after Young-Do ward formulate a community social welfare plan. There is purpose of this study as below. I searched an general attribute and the indicators of happiness, then looked how does results from questions about health and factors of the indicators of happiness can affects the health with some kinds of elements. Five hundred people from the inhabitants of Young-Do ward who is living in Young-Do district were separated by using the random sampling method as the subject of the study. The investigation took effect from October to November of 2010 and an investigator visited the inhabitants of a ward with structured questionnaire. An investigator had one-on-one talk with inhabitants of Young-Do ward while the investigation and I also collected the data through self-administered questionnaire as well. I found the physical elements influence in the health much more than the outside factors from the study. Higher satisfaction of their career, relationship between friends and co-workers, work environment and married life reflects the fact that higher self-contentment means high quality health level.
A study on the Student Nurse`s Perception and Performance Protecting Behavior for the Patient Medical Information
Jung, Kwuy-Im ; Jung, Ha-Yun ;
The Korean Journal of Health Service Management, volume 5, issue 4, 2011, Pages 65~79
DOI : 10.12811/kshsm.2011.5.4.065
The purpose of this study was to investigate the student nurse`s perception and performance about the protecting behavior of the medical information. The subjects of the study were 365 senior nursing students. The data was analyzed by SPSS PC 19.0 program. 1) The mean scores of perception and performance by student nurse`s on protecting behavior of the medical information were
. 2) The perception on protecting behavior of the medical information was heavily dependent on the following age. 3) The performance on protecting behavior of the medical information was heavily dependent on the following career interests and work unit. 4) There was a positive correlation between the perception and performance about the protecting behavior of the medical information. The results showed the statistically significant partial correlation between the perception and performance. Therefore, it is suggested to apply the concrete education program to enhance the perception in order to improve the performance.
Stressors of Students in High School
Yoo, Jin-Yeong ;
The Korean Journal of Health Service Management, volume 5, issue 4, 2011, Pages 81~93
DOI : 10.12811/kshsm.2011.5.4.081
The purpose of this study was to examine the stressors of students in high school. Demographic data such as jobs of parents, family types, levels of living (parents` monthly income) and students` school records, high school types, number of friends, religion, pocket money and their sex showed as the main causes of high school students` stress. The data was analyzed by a t-test, one-way ANOVA, and Duncan Multiple Range Test. The variable which significantly influenced the general properties was sex(p
A Study on the Work Value of University Students Majoring in Health Care Management
Park, Hyun-Suk ;
The Korean Journal of Health Service Management, volume 5, issue 4, 2011, Pages 95~111
DOI : 10.12811/kshsm.2011.5.4.095
The purpose of this study was to explore and analyse the work value of university students majoring in health care management. The subjects of this study were 300 students. Maryland Work Value Inventory was used and the data were collected using a structured and self-administrated questionnaire. As a result of factor analysis, the following results were obtained. First, the work value consists of six factors (financial remuneration, social status, social contribution, capability, achievement, proper pride) and it can be classified extrinsic work value (financial remuneration, social status) and intrinsic work value(social contribution, capability, achievement, proper pride). Second, The mean extrinsic work value(4.16) was higher than the mean intrinsic work value(3.80). The preference order of the work value was like this; financial remuneration(4.36) the first, achievement(4.05), social status(3.96), proper pride(3.93), capability(3.78), and social contribution(3.45) the last. Third, the mean of the economic stability in extrinsic work value was the highest. The factors meaningfully relating with intrinsic work value were age, school grade and the experience of job. Forth, as a result of regression analysis, the more school grade they have, the less extrinsic work value and the less their mother`s level of education, the higher extrinsic work value.
Nursing students` Knowledge, Attitude and Behavior toward Elderly
Kim, Myung-Hee ;
The Korean Journal of Health Service Management, volume 5, issue 4, 2011, Pages 113~126
DOI : 10.12811/kshsm.2011.5.4.113
The purposes of this study were to investigate nursing students` Knowledge, attitudes and behavior toward the elderly and to identify the predictors of nursing student`s knowledge, attitudes and behavior toward the elderly. The data were collected from 513 nursing students enrolled in ADN(Associate Degree in Nursing) program in Daegu by using structured questionnaire. The research producted following results: 1) The average score of the participants` knowledge of the elderly was
out of 25. The average attitude score was
out of 140. This score was classified as a neural range. The average behavior score was
out of 68. 2) Among general characteristic of the participants level of knowledge was statistically significant for age, religion, educational level. 3) Participants` knowledge toward the elderly was difference significantly present not living conditions, the degree of preference for offering the nursing care of the elderly. 4) Participants` attitude toward the elderly were statistically the significant difference in the degree of the familiar interaction with the elderly, the interest in the elderly and problems of the aged. 5) Participants` behavior toward the elderly were statistically the significant difference in the degree of a current relationship with the elderly, the familiar interaction with the elderly. 6) The correlation, coefficients of participants` knowledge, attitude and behavior toward the elderly were positively correlated. In conclusion, It is necessary to develop a program for continuous teaching and education that will help increase student nurse`s knowledge of the elderly and thereby positively change attitude and behavior toward the elderly.
A Study on the Change of ADL in the Elderly Disability Women after the Self Rehabilitation Exercise at Bedside
Kim, Soo-Min ;
The Korean Journal of Health Service Management, volume 5, issue 4, 2011, Pages 127~136
DOI : 10.12811/kshsm.2011.5.4.127
The improving in physical activity of Disability elder is the most important and effective way of prevent and treatment. Especially, It improves ADL(Activities Daily of Living) by decreasing restrictive function and dependence. This study was researched on change by comparing before and after about ADL of Women elders who were instructed self rehabilitation exercise in bedside and have been take that. The whole subjects are 92 persons. Elders aged 65 to 69 are 32 persons. elders aged 70 to 74 are 22 persons 38 persons are over the age of 75. This study shows that the whole subjects have been improved ADL. especially, "Take a bath" in detail items of ADL comes to the most improvement rate. Next, "Sit to stand on the bed and transfer" comes to the second highest rate. According to findings upon the age group. "Take a bath" is also the highest improvement rate. Elders aged 60 to 65 show "Sit to stand on the bed and transfer" is the second highest rate of improvement" and elders aged 70 to 74 show that "control urine" is the second highest rate of improvement. and elders over the age of 75 shows that "sit to stand on the bed and transfer" is the second highest rate of improvement. This study have some problems on having possibilities of results because hospitalized persons have answered imperfect statement and being compare progressed for short term with rehabilitation exercise. so, There are some causes that is early to be generalized.
The Study of Psychiatric Problem of the Caregivers of Children with Disability
Kim, Hee-Jung ; Kim, Dong-Hyun ;
The Korean Journal of Health Service Management, volume 5, issue 4, 2011, Pages 137~147
DOI : 10.12811/kshsm.2011.5.4.137
The Effects of Service Level Provided by The Staffs in the Dental Clinic on The Purchasing Behavior of Customers in South Gyeongnam Province
Choi, Yu-Jin ;
The Korean Journal of Health Service Management, volume 5, issue 4, 2011, Pages 149~159
DOI : 10.12811/kshsm.2011.5.4.149
The purpose of this research is to provide an available basis for marketing strategy by defining the cause-effect relation between the service level of staff members in dental clinic and purchasing behavior of the customers. This study was done in 10 days from November 2, 2009 to November 11, 2009 and the total 172 copies were used for the analysis. As a result of the correlation analysis, a significant positive correlation among all the measured variables was found. As a result of the structural model analysis, I found that the fair service among the variables of the service level significantly affects the building of relationship and the hospital image. The building of relationship and the hospital image significantly affect the positive oral spread. The building of relationship significantly affects the repurchase intentions but the hospital image does not affects the repurchase intentions. To sum up the result of this study, I found that the fair service and the building of relationship with patients are important variables in order to attract new patients and maintain existing customers. I recommend that the hospital continues to motivate staffs through internal marketing and conduct regular trainings. It is necessary to have patients satisfied with broadening responsibility and authority and set marketing strategy for the relationship with patients.
Inclusion of Home-based Rehabilitation Services in the Long-Term Care Insurance - Review on the Home-based Physical Therapy in the OECD -
Yoon, Tae-Hyung ;
The Korean Journal of Health Service Management, volume 5, issue 4, 2011, Pages 161~175
DOI : 10.12811/kshsm.2011.5.4.161
The purpose of this study was to expand the home-based rehabilitation services in the long term care insurance. This study was reviewed on the home-based physical therapy in the OECD. The way of this study was literature search and review. This was to reviewed Proquest, Sciencedirect, SpingerLink, Pubmed. Kew word is "home-based therapy". This was collected 71 articles and final analyzed article was 49. The results were as follows; The article number is seven in Canada, fifteen in USA, five in UK, six in Australia, three in Sweden, five in New Zealand, two in Netherlands, one in Turkey, South Korea, Japan, France, Spain, Italy respectively. Randomized controlled trial is fifty, case-control study is eleven, interview is three, literature review is two, and case report, cost-analysis, cost-effectiveness, pilot study, single blinded parallel design, demonstrative study, survey is one respectively. Physical therapist played an important role in home-based rehabilitation among OECD than nurse. Therefore, we must introduce home-based physical therapy in long term care insurance in South Korea.
Private Health Insurance and the Use of Health Care Services: a Review of Empirical Research in Korea
Kim, Seung-Mo ; Kwon, Young-Dae ;
The Korean Journal of Health Service Management, volume 5, issue 4, 2011, Pages 177~192
DOI : 10.12811/kshsm.2011.5.4.177
The arguments exist that private health insurance(PHI) policy holders tend to use the health care services more than non-policy holders due to their little out-of-pocket spending, resulting in the adverse effects on the finances of National Health Insurance. This study aims to increase the objective understanding of the issue and to draw a direction of further research, by reviewing the articles, reports and statistics which examined the effects of purchasing PHI policies on health care utilization. Significant differences in healthcare utilization, except for the very partial increase of utilization in outpatient settings, have been not found. The similar trends of the results have existed in a few previous studies which tried to control the endogeneity of medical use and health insurance with latent variables which affect the decision on medical use and health insurance. However, we can not exclude the potential change of healthcare utilization patterns because the portion of the insured of indemnity PHI is becoming rapidly larger in the market. For further research, we should try to obtain the objective information of subjects` past medical history, health status, health related behavior, and income affecting purchase of PHI and utilization of healthcare services. And the efforts of controlling the endogeneity of medical use and health insurance with latent variables which affect the decision on medical use and health insurance, are very considerable.