Abstract：Objective To learn the status and equity of human resource allocation for health so as to provide evidence for health administrative department. Methods Descriptive analysis and annual percent changes （APC）were used to analyze the numbers and trends of human resource allocation for health from 2011 to 2015,and Gini coefficients were used for equity evaluation. Results In 2015, Hangzhou had the largest number（12.62）of medical personnel per 1000 persons while Jiaxing had the least amount（7.43）. Hangzhou had the largest number（10.32）of medical technical personnel per 1000 persons while Wenzhou had the least amount（6.23）. Hangzhou had the largest number（3.86）of licensed（assistant）doctors per 1000 persons while Jiaxing had the least amount（2.15）. Hangzhou had the largest number （4.23）of registered nurses per 1000 persons while Wenzhou had the least amount（2.42）. Jiaxing had 8.06 medical personnel,7.03 medical technical personnel,2.33 licensed（assistant）doctors and 2.86 registered nurses per square kilometer which were all the largest number while Lishui had 1.21 medical personnel, 1.00 medical technical personnel,0.39 licensed（assistant）doctors and 0.38 registered nurses per square kilometer which were all the least. The doctor-to-nurse ratio was only 1∶1.01 in 2015. Both numbers of human resources for health per 1000 persons and per square kilometer increased year by year from 2011 to 2015, and Gini coefficients of each index expressed by per 1000 persons were all under 0.2,while it ranged from 0.2 to 0.3 when they were expressed by per square kilometer. Conclusion Numbers of human resource allocation for health had an increasing trend and the allocation was fair,but the equity evaluated by service population was better than by service areas,and the research about accessibility of regional human resource allocation for health needs to be concerned.
刘碧瑶, 赵艳荣, 戚小华, 王臻. 浙江省卫生人力资源配置及公平性研究[J]. 预防医学, 2017, 29(6): 541-544,549.
LIU Bi-yao, ZHAO Yan-rong, QI Xiao-hua, WANG Zhen. A study on the status and equity of human resource allocation for health in Zhejiang Province. Preventive Medicine, 2017, 29(6): 541-544,549.