DOI: 10.14704/nq.2018.16.5.1402

Coupled and Coordinated Development of Medical and Commercial Insurances Based on Cognitive and Behavioral Science

Xusheng Zhang, Fei Mi, Libin Zeng, Xiaosheng Yang, Hailan Liu, Junhui Xiao

Abstract


The development of China’s commercial insurance and social medical insurance in recent years is aimed to analyze the comprehensive evaluation indicators, coupling and coordination factors of two underwriting types after counting up a number of indices such as China’s underwriting premium income and expenditure, loss ration, medical underwriting premium income as a percentage of China’s gross health revenue and its composition, etc. 20 residents who have purchased commercial and medical insurances were random chosen as subjects. Based on the theory of cognitive and behavioral science, we analyze comprehensive evaluation indicators, coupling property, and coordination of the two underwriting types. According to our findings, the comprehensive development level of these two insurances were on the rise in 2005~2015, and their coupling and coordination factors also showed year-by-year growth trend but at a low level. They gradually hiked up to moderate extent after 2011. There are significant gaps among above three indices in the east, central and west China. As for commercial insurance, the coverage in the central and west China grows dramatically, while the market in the east China has been nearly saturated since 2011; as for social medical insurance, the comprehensive evaluation indicators in the east China remain at a higher level than that in the central and west China, but there are no more obvious gaps between them. The coupling and coordination factors in the east China are relatively high and have reached moderately coupled and coordinated levels, but roughly coincide with each other at a low level in the central and west China.

Keywords


Medical insurance; commercial insurance; data mining; coupling; coordination

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