Satisfaction of Privacy and Safety on NHI IC Card
高猷琇(Yu-Hsiu Kao)；徐慧穎(Hui-Ying Hsu)；薛硯文(Yen-Wen Hsueh)；陳青浩(Ching-Hao Chen)；隋安莉(An-Li Sui)
健保IC卡 ； 隱私與安全性 ； 滿意度 ； NHI IC card ； Privacy and safety ； Satisfaction
|Volume or Term/Year and Month of Publication||
33期（2007 / 12 / 01）
459 - 471
Our preliminary study showed that the cognition in contents and usage of NHI (National Health Insurance) IC card were different among various categories of populace. The next issues we further explored were the cognition in renewal procedure and the satisfaction of privacy and safety on NHI IC card. This study was carried out by structured questionnaires, the survey number was 750 and the valid questionnaires were 606. Our results showed that most populace (87.9%) had used NHI IC card, and low cognitions were found in ”photo size” (14.4%) and ”places for IC card's renewal” (53.2%), the cognitions were different among different age and occupation. Those aged 41~50, or the populace whose occupation were worker, military service, or teaching and official service had lower cognition scores. There were no differences among gender and different education levels. Around 70% surveyed populace would worry about the safety of personal medication information, which was digitized and stored in the internet, and 44% to 69% of populace would argue against the privacy and safety of NHI IC card, especially for the female or higher education populace. Populace who had experience of using IC card had more positive attitude toward its privacy and safety. In general, about 50% of populace would worry about the privacy and safety of NHI IC card, and most (70%) populace worried that the digitalized personal medication records stored in internet could be released improperly. According to our results, we made comments and suggestions for the references of Bureau of National Health Insurance in future propaganda.
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