8 edition of The amazing story of health care in New China found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Health care in New China.|
|Statement||by K. K. Jain.|
|LC Classifications||RA527 .J34|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||184|
|LC Control Number||73007463|
In , China spent % of its GDP on healthcare, compared to the U.S. who spent % of its GDP n healthcare for a population a fraction of China’s (World Bank). Part of China’s most recent healthcare reform in is to provide a vast network of primary care, especially for those in rural areas which contain the majority of the. However, the Nixon-Kennedy Healthcare plan of failed to pass through Congress because of the Watergate Scandal and the following economic difficulties in the country. At the beginning of the s, President Bill Clinton also proposed a detailed plan to provide health care for all Americans, but was again defeated in Congress. A clinic (or outpatient clinic or ambulatory care clinic) is a health facility that is primarily focused on the care of s can be privately operated or publicly managed and funded. They typically cover the primary care needs of populations in local communities, in contrast to larger hospitals which offer more specialised treatments and admit inpatients for overnight stays. Overall, China has managed to provide about 95 percent of its people with health coverage of some kind in Hospitals and Doctors Standards in China: A country the size of China is faced with big demands on its medical system, and they have handled them admirably.
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The Amazing Story of Health Care in New China.K. Emmaus, Pa., viii, pp., illus. $Author: Leo A. Orleans. Book Notes | 1 February The Amazing Story of Health Care in New China.
The written accounts from recent medical travelers to the People's Republic of China rapidly have become obsolete because of our widening political and cultural exchanges with that country. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages illustrations 24 cm: Other Titles: Health care in New China: Responsibility: by K.K.
Jain. The written accounts from recent medical travelers to the People's Republic of China rapidly have become obsolete because of our widening political and cultural exchanges with that country.
Jain, a neurosurgeon and a member of a Canadian delegation from the University of British Columbia, made a 1-month journey to China in the summer of This book provides an interim evaluation of China’s ongoing national health care reform from interdisciplinary perspective.
Insights generated are not only valuable to inform next phase of the reform, but also relevant to health policy reformers in other developing and transitional by: 1. Based on existing research on medicine and religions in the Song dynasty, this book represents health care in eleventh-century China in a whole new light, with its rich knowledge of medical anthropology, history of religion, Chinese medicine and Western medical history.” (Ka.
The book is thus a valuable resource for researchers and graduate students interested in China’s healthcare reforms and scholars concerned with issues of contemporary Chinese society. Keywords health care reforms China studies transformation moral experience medical dispute governance health professionals doctor-patient relationships medical.
At first glance, China might seem unlikely to offer useful health care lessons to many other countries. Its health system exists within a unique geopolitical context: a country of more than bil Cited by: Medicine in China book.
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