BMJ Series Examines 10-Year Progress Of China’s Health System Reform

The BMJ: China’s health system reforms: review of 10 years of progress
“China’s rapid economic growth over the past 40 years was accompanied by emerging health problems such as non-communicable diseases, an aging population, and rising expectations about health. Difficulties with health financing, health care delivery, and public health made health service reform urgent. This BMJ collection with Peking University analyses the achievements and challenges of the 2009 health system reforms and outlines next steps in improving China’s health…” (June 2019).

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