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URN etd-0825117-222609
Author Mei-Chin Cheng
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Department Public Affairs Management
Year 2017
Semester 1
Degree Master
Type of Document
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title A Study on the Relationship between Satisfaction of Medical Service and Medical Seeking Behavior in Offshore Islands of Taiwanļ¼¨A Case Study of Penghu County
Date of Defense 2017-08-25
Page Count 133
Keyword
  • Medical Seeking Behavior
  • Penghu County
  • Satisfaction of Medical Service
  • Perceived Health Status
  • Offshore Island Medical Service
  • Abstract The offshore island medical service of Taiwan has long been an important part of the national policy to promote, and also the residents of the island are most concerned about this issue. In order to avoid the restrictions on the geographical environment to affect the medical resources and quality. In recent years, the central and local have been working together to enhance the quality of health and equality of the residents. However, the gap between urban and rural areas such as uneven distribution of medical resources, medical resources reaching difficultly and other issues still exist.
    The purpose of this study is to explore the relationship between the satisfaction of medical service and treatment behavior of offshore islands, so as to understand what we need in medical. Therefore, this study explores the relationship between "population attributes", "health status", "medical satisfaction" and "intentions of medical places" in the Penghu County residents, using the "Questionnaire Survey" method to verify the correlation and influence between these variables.
    In this study, we make some conclusion. First, the population attributes have a significant impact on the health status, medical satisfaction and intentions of medical places. Second, health status has no significant effect on local medical satisfaction. Third, health status has a negative impact on the behavioral intention of choosing a medical treatment. Forth, local medical satisfaction has a negative effect on the intention of choosing a medical treatment. At the same time, according to the results of the survey, the "education level" is the most influential in "population attribute" and also impact another three variables. In the "health status", the intention of choosing a medical treatment is significantly affected by "nearly a year for medical purposes ". Then, the intention of choosing medical treatment places in "medical satisfaction" is the most influential of "medical staff professional". Moreover, through the survey we found that residents of the health clinic (room) satisfaction is higher than that of hospitals and clinics. For the level 2 offshore island, the satisfaction of the medical treatment situation, the distribution of medical resources, and the return intention is lower than level 1 offshore island. Among them, the distribution of medical resources is the lowest. For the expectation of local medical we recommend that the medical human resources is the main purpose, and the second is medical equipment. At last, we give the recommendation to support pushing the medical policy forward by using the study result as the reference.
    Advisory Committee
  • Rou-lan Chen - chair
  • Chun-shen Wang - co-chair
  • Cheng-Hsun Hsieh - advisor
  • Jui-Kun Kuo - advisor
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    Date of Submission 2017-09-25

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