China's Urban Health Care Reform: From State Protection to Individual ResponsibilityLaw Faculty Publications
Date of this Version1-1-2006
AbstractBased on a study of a mid-level city in China, these three scholars provide analysis and offer theory-based recommendations on health care development. Using a comparative policy framework, supported by a legal expert's knowledge of regulatory specifications, China's Urban Health Care Reform argues that a strategy with priority in economic growth, as in the case of China, does not bring forth cost efficiency and equity in health care for the whole nation. The authors strive to offer direction for health care reform that will lead to better health care in China's cities. As a result, this is a work of great significance to anyone involved in public health, social work, public policy, medicine, or law.
Citation InformationChack-Kie Wong, Vai Io Lo and Kwong-leung Tang. China's Urban Health Care Reform: From State Protection to Individual Responsibility. (2006)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/vai_lo/2/