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P 7685 OECD 医療費 国際比較 表


OECD Health Data 2010 - Selected Data
by jpflege | 2011-01-07 21:45 | 501 health

P 7651 てんかんに関する国際的な調査研究

medicalnews today, 2010.12.29

There are about 50 million people with epilepsy worldwide, who all need a chance to live a life without seizures.

Edwin Trevathan, MD, MPH, Dean of the St. Louis University School of Public Health in St. Louis and a member of the Neurology Editorial Board reports:
by jpflege | 2010-12-30 13:46 | 501 health

P 7630  医療費の国際比較

厚生労働省 2010.12.27
by jpflege | 2010-12-28 06:04 | 501 health

P 7548 インドの皆保険政策

The Hindu, 2010.12.13


Appreciating the country's commitment towards universalising health coverage for the people, health economist Robert Yates has said the country needs to increase its public spending on health either by health insurance schemes or taxation.
by jpflege | 2010-12-16 06:16 | 501 health

P 7456 日医総研WP 診療報酬の国際比較

森 宏一郎+



•フランスでは、民間病院の場合、ドクター・フィーとホスピタル・フィーが区別されている。ドクター・フィーは自由開業医と疾病金庫との協約料金であり、ホスピタル・フィーは公的病院のDRG/PPS と整合性をとる形で報酬が設定されている。協約料金とは基本的に交渉で決まるものであり、診療原価コストを明確に反映するものではない。
•ドイツでは、保険医(外来医療)の診療報酬は、その総額(上限)が交渉で決定される。さらに、診療行為件数が基準診療行為量を超えると、報酬が減額される仕組みも導入されている。したがって、診療報酬は明確に診療原価コストを反映するものではない。病院の診療報酬は、従来の実費補填原則が撤廃されてDRG 包括払いとなり、診療原価コストの積み上げが明確に意識されていない。
•アメリカでは、公的医療保険の場合、ドクター・フィーはRBRVS に準拠した料金表を基に支払われる。RBRVS では、医師の診療行為はHCPCS のコード体系に基づき、医師の技術料、諸費用、保険料の3つのコストが反映されている。

by jpflege | 2010-12-03 05:19 | 501 health

P 7423 WHO:世界保健報告2010

WHO, 2010.11.22

Good health is essential to human welfare and to sustained economic and social development. WHO's Member States have set themselves the target of developing their health financing systems to ensure that all people can use health services, while being protected against financial hardship associated with paying for them.

In this report, the World Health Organization maps out what countries can do to modify their financing systems so they can move more quickly towards this goal - universal coverage - and sustain the gains that have been achieved. The report builds on new research and lessons learnt from country experience. It provides an action agenda for countries at all stages of development and proposes ways that the international community can better support efforts in low income countries to achieve universal coverage and improve health outcomes.

Executive summary [pdf 1.67Mb]20頁

Report by chapters
- Contents [pdf 46kb]
- Director-General message and executive summary [pdf 595kb]
- Chapter 1: Where are we now? [pdf 224kb]
- Chapter 2: More money for health [pdf 622kb]
- Chapter 3: Strength in numbers [pdf 655kb]
- Chapter 4: More health for the money [pdf 296kb]
- Chapter 5: An agenda for action [pdf 207kb]

by jpflege | 2010-11-23 05:32 | 501 health

P 7422 WHO: 医療保障制度による貧困は毎年1億人

medicalnews, 2010.11.22 today

As humans are living longer, new treatments appear, and more people develop chronic (long-term) diseases, health costs are soaring to the point of pushing 100 million people each year into poverty globally, especially among those who have to pay directly for health services, according to this year's World Health Report by the World Health Organization (WHO).
by jpflege | 2010-11-23 05:26 | 501 health

P 7418 韓国:患者を中国に取られる日



by jpflege | 2010-11-22 20:36 | 501 health

P 7255 EU:持続的発展ー公衆衛生


1 Overview of main changes

2 Main statistical findings
2.1 Headline indicators
2.1.1 Healthy life years

2.2 Health and health inequalities
2.2.1 Deaths due to chronic diseases
2.2.2 Suicides
2.2.3 Unmet needs for healthcare

2.3 Determinants of health
2.3.1 Production of toxic chemicals
2.3.2 Exposure to air pollution by particulate matter
2.3.3 Exposure to air pollution by ozone
2.3.4 Annoyance by noise
2.3.5 Serious accidents at work

3 Further Eurostat information
3.1 Publications
3.2 Database
3.3 Dedicated section
3.4 Other information
4 External links
5 See also
6 Notes
by jpflege | 2010-11-09 12:50 | 501 health

P 7239 南アフリカ:2012年から国民皆保険


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South Africa’s ruling party, the African National Congress (ANC) has finalized the plan to mandate universal access to healthcare through a National Health Insurance Scheme. It has to be debated in parliament, and although details may be altered, the principle is unlikely to have enough opposition to stop it happening.

The ANC’s National Health Insurance plan aims to ensure access to healthcare is based on need rather than the ability to pay, with the intention of doing this through a single payer health insurance system. The initiative will focus on local primary care networks rather than large-sized hospitals. South Africa currently spends just over 8% of GDP on healthcare every year, almost all on the private healthcare system, even though 64% of the South African population relies upon the public system. The scheme will be funded by general taxation, while additional financing may be sought through a surcharge on taxable income; an increased value-added tax dedicated to the scheme, and payroll taxes for employers and employees.
by jpflege | 2010-11-08 15:54 | 501 health