by: Adam Wagstaff, Magnus Lindelow, Shiyong Wang, Shuo Zhang
Reforming China’s Rural Health System examines the
performance and workings of China’s rural health system leading
up to the reforms of the 2000s, outlines the reforms, and presents some
early evidence on their impacts. The authors outline ideas for building
on these reforms to further strengthen China’s rural health
system, covering health financing and health insurance, service
delivery, and public health. The authors conclude by using the
experiences of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and
Development countries to gaze into China’s future, asking not
only what China’s health system might look like, but also how
China might get there from where it is today.
Reforming China’s Rural Health System will be of
interest to health care policy makers, public health officials,
university researchers, and others working to improve rural health and
health service delivery in China and in other countries especially
those in East and South Asia.
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