The Attitude Towards the Persistence of the Voluntary Insured Persons (Article 40) of Social Security Office, Pathumthani Province

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ประไพศรี ธรรมวิริยะวงศ์ Prapaisri Thamviriyavong

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The study of “The Attitude towards the persistence of the Voluntary Insured Persons (Article 40) of Social Security Office, Pathumthani Province” aimed to study the attitude towards the persistence of the Voluntary Insured Persons (Article 40) and the persistence of the Voluntary Insured Persons (Article 40). Moreover, this study was the survey research. The questionnaires were the data collecting tool. The data were collected from the sample who were the 331 voluntary insured persons (Article 40) and had gotten the service from the Social Security Office, Pathumthani Province. Furthermore, the data were analyzed by using the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences software. The statistical techniques were employed as following; the percentage, the arithmetic mean, the standard deviation, the t-test, the F-test, and One-Way of Variance (ANOVA). The results of this study were following;


The voluntary insured persons, the results found that the sample were mostly female, Age between 31- 40 years old, average age about 38.91 years old, status married, graduated from the Bachelor university, salary between 8,001-14,000 Baht, average salary about 16,547.89 Baht, Other occupations Apart from that students, Employees, retirees and housewives etc. The second is an employee / General Contractor. Most of the National Health Security. Moreover, overall attitude towards of the sample group to the organizational were in the high level, especially in the policy and terms of service perspectives. Furthermore, overall opinions of the sample group to the benefits were in the high level, especially in the types of benefit perspective, and the benefit agreements perspective. Besides, overall attitude towards the persistence of the voluntary insured persons (Article 40) of the sample group were in the high level, especially channel contributed and benefit enhancing perspective. Additionally, the factors of the persistence of the voluntary insured persons (Article 40), firstly, the voluntary insured persons who differed in age, status, education, salary, and career of the voluntary insured persons had the different attitude towards to the persistence of the voluntary insured persons (Article 40). In addition, the results showed that the different sample group had the different attitude towards to the persistence of the voluntary insured persons (Article 40) in terms of trust, contribution, benefit enhancing, contribution payment channels, and advertisement perspectives


The suggestions of this study were following; enhancing several benefits e.g. should  enhance  the health care benefits, should improve or increase the contribution payment channels which were appropriate, flexible, and easy to access. Channels of contribution can be paid via the bank without charge. There should be publicity about the insured voluntarily under Section 40 continues.

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Prapaisri Thamviriyavong ป. ธ. (2018). The Attitude Towards the Persistence of the Voluntary Insured Persons (Article 40) of Social Security Office, Pathumthani Province. Dusit Thani College Journal, 12(1), 296–341. Retrieved from https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/journaldtc/article/view/118320
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