Despite Investments, Uncoordinated Management Hampers Healthcare Reform
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Although large investments have extended basic health insurance coverage to 1.23 billion urban and rural residents, according to the Peking University China Center for Economic Research, lack of departmental coordination continues to hamper reform efforts
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