Estimating the cost of visiting nursing service by visiting nursing model for urban public health center in Korea

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Abstract

PURPOSE: This study focused on analysing costs per visiting nursing care based on nursing activities in a public health center. METHOD: The Easley-Storfjell Instrument(1997) was used for a prospective descriptive analysis of self-records for workload data from 10 visiting nurses during 4 weeks on all nursing activities. In addition, analysis of the 478 visiting nursing records and cost data from 5 home visiting departments in public health centers during one year of 2003 was done. RESULT: The workload of visiting nurses by the type of model was identified as follows: Type I showed that caseloads made up 32.9 % of all nurse activities, and type II showed that the caseloads made up 45.8 %. Second, The cost per visit in type I was 33,088 won and 31,323 won in type II. Third, the estimated budgets were 1,902,436 won to 12,057,696 won for the type I model. and 4,151,316 won to 17,432,712 won for the type II model for one year. CONCLUSION: This study's results will contribute to baseline data used to establish on infrastructure for visiting nursing program and visiting nursing agencies based on the budget of visiting nursing services.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)983-993
Number of pages11
JournalTaehan Kanho Hakhoe chi
Volume34
Issue number6
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2004 Oct

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  • Medicine(all)

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