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코로나바이러스감염증-19 대응을 위한 국가별 재정지원 방식 고찰: 의료기관에 대한 재정지원을 중심으로

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Author(s)
이정은김주영한주희권오탁
Issued Date
2023-11-30
Keyword
COVID-19HospitalizationFiscal policy
Abstract
Korea initially adopted a policy of universal hospitalization for all confirmed cases of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) irrespective of symptoms, to prevent the spread of coronavirus in the absence of vaccines and treatments. However, this approach led to a shortage of beds to accommodate patients with COVID-19. To address this shortage, the government compensated those medical institutions that provided beds. This study reviewed the compensation methods and levels in Korea and foreign countries during COVID-19 pandemic to create a sustainable financial support system for future infectious disease situations. The study results are as follows: (Korea) The mortality rate of patients with COVID-19 is about 0.1%, and total expenditure due to COVID-19 is about 22.7 trillion won. (Japan) The mortality rate of patients with COVID-19 is about 0.2%, and total expenditure due to COVID-19 is about 106 trillion won. (Germany) The mortality rate of patients with COVID-19 is about 0.4%, and total expenditure due to COVID-19 is about 72 trillion won. (Taiwan) The mortality rate of patients with COVID-19 is about 0.4%, and total expenditure due to COVID-19 is about 7.8 trillion won. Many experts worldwide predict the occurrence of a large-scale infectious disease like COVID-19 in near future. This study is expected to serve as evidence for creating a sustainable financial support system in the event of a future infectious disease situation.
Publisher
심사평가연구소
DOI
10.52937/hira.23.3.2.142
URI
https://repository.hira.or.kr/handle/2019.oak/3172
Alternative Title
A Study on the National Financing Methods for Responding to COVID-19: Focusing on the Cases of Foreign Countries
Publisher
심사평가연구소
Location
KOR
Citation
이정은. (2023-11-30). 코로나바이러스감염증-19 대응을 위한 국가별 재정지원 방식 고찰: 의료기관에 대한 재정지원을 중심으로. HIRA Research, 3(2), 142–154. doi: 10.52937/hira.23.3.2.142
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2765-6764 ; 2765-7353
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