1. Creating a Better Patient Safety Culture in Taiwan: The Viewpoints of Physicians and Registered Nurses

Chih-Hsuan Huang; Hsin-Hung Wu; Yii-Ching Lee; Li Li; Cheng-Feng Wu

Volume 2, Issue 4 , Autumn 2017, , Pages 122-124

http://dx.doi.org/10.15171/hpr.2017.29

Abstract
  Background: Patient safety culture in healthcare organizations has become an important issue globally for improving medical services. In 2016, Taiwan’s National Health Insurance (NHI) system covered 99.6% of Taiwan’s population. With the enhancement of medical quality, patients expect medical ...  Read More

3. Predictors of Patient Satisfaction With Quality of Healthcare in University Hospitals in Ghana

Albert Ahenkan; Kofi Aduo-Adjei

Volume 2, Issue 1 , Winter 2017, , Pages 9-14

http://dx.doi.org/10.15171/hpr.2017.03

Abstract
  Background: For over 2 decades, Ghana’s Ministry of Health (MOH) has been resolved to continuously improve the quality of healthcare in a cost-effective manner. Strategies have been adopted to enhance client satisfaction with healthcare services and delivery.Objective: The current study examined ...  Read More

4. The Need for Complementary Health Insurance in Iran and Suggestions for Its Development

Seyed Morteza Adyani; Ezzatollah Gol-Alizadeh

Volume 1, Issue 4 , Autumn 2016, , Pages 146-146

http://dx.doi.org/10.21859/hpr-0104146

Abstract
  International experience has shown that the increasing diversity in healthcare services precludes the integration of all services under a government health insurance plan in terms of performance and economy; no institution receiving a fixed amount of money per capita is able to provide all services. ...  Read More