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China's MOH To Enforce Medical Appointment In Public Hospitals

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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China's Ministry of Health has released an opinion draft on enforcing medical appointments in public hospitals for public feedback. The document proposes that all Class III hospitals should start medical appointment service from this October, and the policy will be gradually implemented by Class II hospitals. To provide patients with the service, healthcare institutions can set up special facilities, information desks and service windows in outpatient hall; they can also set up direct telephone lines and mobile phones, as well as take advantage of the 12310 hotline or the Internet. Meanwhile, MOH encourages health administrations from regions with suitable conditions to explore having hospitals jointly establish an online registration or appointment platform. (Click here for more - Chinese Language)
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