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China’s Ministry Of Health To Issue Concrete Measures On Public Hospital Reform Pilot

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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At a recent China Ministry of Health press conference, spokesman Mao Qunan said the MOH and other relevant ministries will first conduct pilot programs on the complicated public hospital reform plan and draw conclusions from their experiences before undertaking widespread implementation. He pointed out that the hospital reform will involve the entire structure, ranging from hospital management and internal operations to economic policies. Pilots will be undertaken in certain regions instead of merely by some hospitals to try out the reform plan on a systems level. Surveys show health care administration and medical personnel pay close attention to the reform, thus the pilot's success depends very much on their active participation. (Click here for more - Chinese language)
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