Opportunity and Choice: Concise Evaluation on Chinese Health System Reform

Yuzhao Chen, Jie Ma


A research report published by Three Parties and Five Departments was released in Beijing, which is devoted to establishing a people-oriented integrated service model. Although it hasn’t aroused strong repercussions., there is still an opportunity that Chinese medical and health system reform get the right direction. A retrospective study of reform since 1990s showed that the dedate still lies in the market-led or government-led, however, it does not grasp the root. The essence of medical and health system reform is to clarify the boundary between government and market, and brings out the best in them, that is, it should be conductive to both market and the government.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5539/par.v6n1p13


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