A Stage Analysis of the Main Inputs and Outputs of China’s Health Reform
Science Journal of Public Health
Volume 4, Issue 2, March 2016, Pages: 100-106
Received: Mar. 6, 2016; Published: Mar. 6, 2016
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Feng Deng, Health Science Center, Xi'an Jiao Tong University, Xi’an, China; Baoji Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Baoji, China
Juhong Lv, Baoji Central Hospital, Baoji, China
Honglin Wang, Baoji Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Baoji, China
Jianmin Gao, School of Public Policy and Administration, Xi'an Jiao Tong University, Xi’an, China
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Abstract
This paper analysis the main input and output of China's health reform from 2009 to 2013, the main purpose is find the main problems of China's health reform, and put forward policy recommendations, to provide references for the improvement of China's health reform and other national health reform in the future. The paper uses the method of empirical data analysis, the relevant data from the Chinese government statistics yearbook. Study found, although China's health reform has been implemented for seven years, China's health care model is still the center of disease treatment. Such health care model not only did not effectively reduce the medical burden of residents, but also did not improve the health level of residents. In fact, the health of the Chinese population is declining. Therefore, China should change the center of health care as soon as possible, from disease treatment to disease prevention, in order to improve the input and output performance of health care.
Keywords
Healthcare Reform, Input and Output, China
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Feng Deng, Juhong Lv, Honglin Wang, Jianmin Gao, A Stage Analysis of the Main Inputs and Outputs of China’s Health Reform, Science Journal of Public Health. Vol. 4, No. 2, 2016, pp. 100-106. doi: 10.11648/j.sjph.20160402.14
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