China’s Evolving Health Care Systems Provide Potential Models For Other Countries

NPR: What China Can Teach The World About Successful Health Care
“Over the past six decades, China has been experimenting with radically different forms of health care systems. As the country struggles to figure out the best way to get health care to 1.3 billion people, the rest of the world can learn from its past successes and failures, researchers wrote Wednesday in the New England Journal of Medicine. … Dr. David Blumenthal, a coauthor of the NEJM commentary, spoke to us about the rapid evolution of China’s health care system…” (Brink, 4/3).

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