Health Care Reform Plan Focuses On Three Priorities
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
China's Ministry of Health has prioritized three areas in health care reform that it will focus on the later half of this year: (1) working with relevant authorities, the ministry will solicit public opinions and amend the health plan, especially including new knowledge and ideas established during the earthquake relief; (2) complete the drafting and revision of complementary documents in tandem with the reform plan's dissemination, deployment and implementation; and (3) deepen the preparations of pilot programs for the reform plan by considering the principles, criteria and procedures for location selection. At the same time, MOH is studying and formulating the strategic planning of Healthy China 2020. (Click here for more - Chinese Language)
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