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A Survey on Patient's Experience on Health Care Utilization and Perception of Health Care System for Developing of a Korean Medicine Clinical Practice Guideline for Traffic Injuries

  • Journal of Korean Medicine Rehabilitation
  • Abbr : JKMR
  • 2020, 30(2), pp.139-152
  • DOI : 10.18325/jkmr.2020.30.2.139
  • Publisher : The Korean Academy Of Oriental Rehabilitation Medicine
  • Research Area : Medicine and Pharmacy > Korean Medicine
  • Received : March 17, 2020
  • Accepted : March 30, 2020
  • Published : April 30, 2020

Sun Young Park 1 Lee Sang-Hyun 2 Heo, In 1 Hwang Mansuk ORD ID 1 Kim Koh-Woon 3 Cho Jae-Heung ORD ID 3 Kyoung Sun Park 4 In Hyuk Ha 4 Shin, Byung Cheul ORD ID 1

1부산대학교
2부산대학교한방병원
3경희대학교
4자생의료재단 척추관절연구소

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ABSTRACT

Objectives To explore the traffic injury patients’ experience on health care utilization of Korean Medicine (KM) practice and perception of health care system for developing a Korean medicine clinical practice guideline (CPG) of traffic injuries by survey method. Methods Two hundred ten patients in suffering from traffic injuries were surveyed from September 1st, 2019 to January 31th, 2020 at 2 University Hospitals (Pusan National Korean Medicine Hospital and Kyung Hee Korean Medicine Hospital at Gangdong) and 1 Spine Specialty Hospital (Jaseng Hospital of Korean Medicine). A structured questionnaire of experience on health care utilization of KM practice and perception of health care system of was distributed to responders by visits and all data were statistically analysed. Results Survey results showed high satisfaction of patients with the experience of KM treatments in order of daoyin exercise (7.8±2.3), chuna manual therapy (7.7±4.0), pharmacoacupuncture (7.4±3.0) etc. Safety concerns were reported in 9.1% subjects and 205 (97.6%) patients answered that collaboration with KM and western medicine is necessary for patients with traffic injuries. For the patients’ requirement for extending insurance coverage, the most required therapy was chuna manual therapy (57.5%) and pharmacoacupuncture (42.0%). Conclusions This study presented the realistic patient-centered perception of KM practice and health care system in Korea. These results will provide basic data to be reflected in the process of adaptation for the revision of Korean Medicine CPG for traffic injuries. (J Korean Med Rehabil 2020;30(2):139-152)

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