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Health care reform in South Korea: success or failure?

Authors
Lee, JC
Citation
American journal of public health, 93(1):48-51, 2003
Journal Title
American journal of public health
ISSN
0090-00361541-0048
Abstract
South Korea is one of the world's most rapidly industrializing countries. Along with industrialization has come universal health insurance. Within the span of 12 years, South Korea went from private voluntary health insurance to government-mandated universal coverage. Since 1997, with the intervention of the International Monetary Fund, Korean national health insurance (NHI) has experienced deficits and disruption. However, there are lessons to be drawn for the United States from the Korean NHI experience.
MeSH terms
Health Care Reform*/legislation & jurisprudenceHealth Expenditures/statistics & numerical dataHumansIndustryInternationalityKoreaModels, Organizational*National Health Insurance, United StatesNational Health Programs/legislation & jurisprudenceNational Health Programs/organization & administration*PoliticsSocial ValuesUnited StatesUniversal Coverage/legislation & jurisprudenceUniversal Coverage/organization & administration*
PMID
12511383
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