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China’s Minister Of Health Promises Better Regulatory System For Medical Care

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

Minister of Health Chen Zhu announced the government would further improve the regulatory system for medical administration to better ensure medical safety. The ministry's first step would be to exert better quality control over the medical care industry by strengthening the regulatory framework governing the approval and administration of medical institutions, medical personnel and medical technology. This will allow the government to ensure that all medical institutions, personnel and technologies are strictly evaluated and qualified for their tasks. The government will also set up a system on medical services for the purpose of better compliance and better interaction with the primary care system. (Click here for more



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