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universal healthcare
Date:2013-2-27    Publisher:本站原创

As China has nearly achieved universal healthcare by covering about 95 percent of the population under some form of health insurance, reforms to public hospitals will be on top of the working agenda, he said.

The essence of the reform is to cut public hospitals' financial dependence on drug sales, a mechanism that easily results in excessive examinations and prescriptions, health policy experts said.

Zhang Liming, deputy director of the WHO collaborating center for primary healthcare in Shanghai, said the reform is aimed at improving public access to affordable medical care at public hospitals.

"Public hospitals should serve as a base providing essential healthcare to the people rather than a profiting institution," he said.

However, finding a proper way to compensate them is crucial, Zhang pointed out, proposing government support.

 

 

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