By Lulu Zhang, Meina Li, Feng Ye, Tao Ding, Peng Kang
This publication offers a finished figuring out of public medical institution reform in China, that's a sizzling subject for China’s new around of overall healthiness region reform. The authors use wealthy info from either wellbeing and fitness supplier facet and repair person aspect and behavior a cross-sectional research in China with a few comparative research among various destinations. It offers the viewers with a tremendous photo of China’s public medical institution and different elements of well-being method besides. The e-book studies the most coverage measurements within the public sanatorium reforms and evaluates how those rules impression public hospitals' practices, specially on health facility governance and inner administration.
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The pilot cities have made positive attempts at this separation, such as abolishing drug price additions, improving financial compensation, and adjusting service prices (Jian 2009; Wagstaff et al. 2009). The reform of payment methods, each of which has its own advantages and disadvantages, was primarily considered according to the receivers’ need [16, 17]. To neutralize the disadvantages of a single payment method, a hybrid payment system was adopted by most of these cities, wherein one major payment method was complemented by several other payment methods .
2 (continued) Pattern City Advantage Disadvantage hospitals’ enthusiasm, the effect is relatively obvious various regions, the most urgent problem requiring solution is how to allocate medical resources reasonably in various areas, thus ensuring medical quality and avoiding repeated construction implement total prepayment and payment by service unit, disease, and per capita; Ezhou attempted to implement total prepayment and payment by service unit and disease. 4 Separation of the For-profit and Nonprofit Nature of Hospitals Various attempts have been made concerning this approach.
First, it reflects public interest and is run by the government; second, it relies on a unity of powers of various departments under the leadership of the government, which helps to strengthen the management of public hospitals; finally, by establishing operation agencies in health departments, it can help maintain the integrity, coordination, and coherence of the health system. The underlying reasons for use of this approach is that although the various functions of a health system must be integrated, the health sector has insufficient power to do so; thus, the health sector attempts to achieve human, operation, or market management, which from a national perspective, cannot be done as of yet.
An Investigation Report on Large Public Hospital Reforms in China by Lulu Zhang, Meina Li, Feng Ye, Tao Ding, Peng Kang