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Chinese Health Economics ; (12): 42-44, 2013.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-441505

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Objective: To develop price framework of medical service price project and introduce the weights calculation method of the new edition medical service price project. Methods: According to the new instruction manuals of medical service price and the research of the resource costs based on the relative value(RBRVS)of the U.S. Health Care Financing Administration (HCFA) and the American Medical Association ( AMA ) , an analysis framework and dimension of medical service price was raised and authoritative international medical service project price methods w ere summarized. Results: Based on the percentages of constituted factors and the professional features, it found the weights calculation model could be constructed with the weights model, and it could calculate the weights of the elements. Conclusion: Medical service price can be measured and comprehensively researched from the different dimensions of the medical service price, so as to carry out the pricing work of medical service price project and provide better service for pharmaceutical reform.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-673904

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Objective To explore appropriate organization and financing models of urban employees supplementary medical insurance under the conditions of the market economy. Methods Employee surveys on willingness to participate in, willingness to pay for, and actual enrolment in supplementary medical insurance were conducted in Shanghai, Wenzhou and Chengdu and nationally different operational models were compared so as to analyze prospectively coverage and operational models of feasible supplementary medical insurance options. Results Characteristics of the employees needs for various supplementary medical insurance options were garnered and appropriate coverage and operational models were put forward. Conclusion It is suggested that the role of the government in the development of supplementary medical insurance be clearly defined, the development of supplementary medical insurance be promoted through policy support and guidance, and the supervision of supplementary medical insurance be strengthened.

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