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Faced with the challenge of managing the medical needs of a population of 1.3 billion people—or 20% of humanity—the Chinese government has commissioned several study groups to design proposals to restructure China’s healthcare system. In order to contribute to this important debate, the Brooking-Tsinghua Center has convened “Reforming China’s Healthcare System,” a series of roundtable discussions among leading experts and officials aimed at providing Chinese policymakers with in-depth analysis and forward-looking recommendations as they decide on the road ahead.
Special guests David de Ferranti, Senior Fellow of Brookings Institution, and Lincoln C. Chen, President of the China Medical Board of New York, led the group in exploring a number of topics including the current state of China’s healthcare system, the relationship between the government and the privatized medical market, and the potential role of international organizations. Other distinguished participants came from Tsinghua University, Harvard University, Peking University and the Healthcare and Insurance Institute of China. Professor Xue Lan, Executive Vice President of SPPM, welcomed the attendees, and invited the guests to join the second roundtable in June. Professor Geng Xiao, Director of Brookings-Tsinghua Center, chaired the conference.
Events in the series:
Improving Quality of Insurance, Service, and Personnel
August 06, 2007
The Role of Private Medical Insurance in the Development of China’s Healthcare System
June 21, 2007
Market Relationships and the Role of International Organizations
May 09, 2007
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