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Health Care System Design For China

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Health Care System Design for China, & the World’s Largest Population

Health Care System Design for China, & the World’s Largest Population
Dale Smith
New England College
Comparative Health Systems 201402
March 2, 2014

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Health Care System Design for China, the World’s Largest Population

China is the world’s oldest living civilization, with documented records dating back more ...view middle of the document...

Since the founding of the People's Republic of China in 1949, the China has been run by the Communist Party of China. China's state structure includes the National People's Congress, the President, the State Council, the Central Military Commission and the Supreme People's Court and Supreme People's Procurator ate. The Communist Party has its own structure that mirrors the state structure. The largest country in Eastern Asia, China boast a population of 1.3 billion people, comprising one-fifth of the world’s population,

China's has the world's second-largest economy with a 2008 GDP of $7.8 trillion. In the last three decades since the implementation of policies to liberalize the Chinese economy, the country has experienced rapid growth.
Since 1978, China has reformed and opened its economy. The Chinese leadership has adopted a more pragmatic perspective on many political and socioeconomic problems and has reduced the role of ideology in economic policy. China's ongoing economic transformation has had a
profound impact on China and the entire world. The market-oriented reforms China has implemented over the past 2 decades have unleashed individual initiative and entrepreneurship. The result has been the largest reduction of poverty and one of the fastest increases in income levels ever seen. (CIA, World Book September 2011)
As, China transitions from an agrarian economy to industrialization this paper will explore solutions and health care system design specific to Financing, Service Provision, Access and Equity, Management and Human Resource.


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