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China’s MOH To Explore Further Health Care Reform

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

At a recent Ministry of Health internal seminar, deputy minister Gao Qiang expressed that the ministry must free up ideas and explore the following issues: (1) separation between administration and operation of health care institutions with hospitals assuming responsibility of operations, while the government evaluates their performance; (2) separate the revenue of health care services and medicine sales by severing the profit links between them; (3) strictly distinguish between profit and non-profit health care institutions based on their classification criteria, charging standard, economic policies and financial management systems; and (4) resolve the problem of medical education and a research system where study is divorced from practice. (Click here for more - Chinese Language)



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