Korea's National Health Insurance In Need Of Reimbursement Overhaul
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Korea will consider ditching fee-for-service in favor of comprehensive reimbursement. NHI finally has a surplus, and internal recommendations call for a complete restructuring of reimbursement that can allow for increased insurance coverage.
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