Based on Outpatient Fee to Discuss the Correlation between Competition of Medical Ecology and Number of Outpatients

Kaijun Yu, Ruiyi Gong, Ruijuan Ren, Longjie Sun, Yuzhou Luo

Ekoloji, 2018, Issue 106, Pages: 535-540, Article No: e106027

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Abstract

Current Medical ecology is highly competitive that institutional managers in the Medical ecology are gradually increasing the percentage in striving for market advantages for the long-term development and sustained-yield management of the organization. In the Medical ecology, patients for medical care are always the minority of information, not being able to decide the quality, quantity, and even model of medical resources. Normally, physicians are the agents to make the medical decisions. In this case, physicians’ behaviors present the most debate in Medical ecology. Medical institution statistics provided by Shanghai Municipal People’s Government, as the research sample data, are proceeded secondary data analyses. The research results show that 1.competition in Medical ecology presents significantly positive effects on outpatient fee, 2.competition in Medical ecology reveals remarkably positive effects on number of outpatients, 3.aging index would affect number of outpatients, 4.education would influence number of outpatients, 5.income level would affect number of outpatients, and 6.number of hospitals would influence number of outpatients. According to the results, suggestions are proposed, expecting to assist the medical ecology in the long-term development and sustained-yield management.

Keywords

medical ecology, competition, outpatient fee, number of outpatients

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