China Ministry Of Commerce Drives Delinking Drug Sales From Hospital Revenues
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
At a conference held on Sept. 4 by the China Association of Pharmaceutical Commerce, the former inspector of a department of the Ministry of Commerce, Wen Zanxing, mentioned that a document for the “Separation of Medicines from Medical Services” had reached the State Council.
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