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As we move forward at a greater speed into global economic world, the current international health care market and our position in the market provide a wide variety of economic and political issues for our health care professionals and our government entities to consider. To optimize medical care to denizens of Korea and to prepare to compete in global medical marketplace, Korean medical practitioners and institutions will face evolving, more refined, and more specific reviews of practice quality and practioner competence. These efforts will focus on reducing medical errors, improving communication with patients and medical providers, and enhancing clinical outcomes
The objective of this study was to analyze the influence of the hospital and insurer in causing delayed reimbursement of medical insurance benefits. We analyzed major variables at three different sized hospitals to examine the effect of the hospital and insurer using the two-way ANOVA method. The results were as follows: 1. The time interval between claim by hospitals and payment of the benefit was statistically different according to hospital in both admission and outpatient care. 2. The time needed by the insurer for investigating the claims was statistically different according to hospital and insurer in both admission and outpatient care. There was interaction between the hospital and insurer factors in outpatient care. 3. Although there was interaction between the hospital and insurer factors in admission care, the time interval between claim and payment was statistically different. In outpatient care, the payment interval between claim and payment was also statistically different according to the hospital and insurer.
After a year of court trials initiated by the immediate family of a patient in a permanent vegetative state, the National Supreme Court of Korea ruled that the family have the right to decide for the removal of ventilator from the patient. This was a particularly significant court case that established a precedent for the Korean society as a whole, since there currently is no statutory framework regarding rights to self-determination to refuse any extraordinary means of treatment in Korean legal system. While much of Korean healthcare providers and the government itself have focused on designing and developing a comprehensive blueprint for Advance Health Directives for patients, the recent outcome has created an important opportunity for all parties of the Korean society. Therefore, the Korean government and legislature will need to systematically study and establish a procedural preparation for legislation. The providers will also have to carefully examine the moral and ethical dimensions of Advance Directives to promote the patients’ interests in accordance with civil rights of the patients. Lastly and most importantly, the individuals must reflect on our own moral values, regardless of their current health. To exercise their own will and to relieve their relatives from difficult decisions, they must also educate themselves about living will and healthcare proxy, and elucidate their value history with family. No one can exactly lay out the course of life to death, but it is possible to steer the final journey of life to a more humane death. A society must value the life itself, but the journey to death should also be made humane by respecting one’s own choice.