2016 China Hospital Outlook

Rapid Growth, Reforms, and Privatization Transforming China’s Hospital Sector
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Published: 29 Sep 2016

China’s hospital market is undergoing rapid changes, with the government pushing for reforms. Both public and private hospital markets were studied, looking at the impact of drivers and restraints for prospective investors, suppliers, and new entrants. Equal distribution of healthcare services has emerged as the need of the hour. To build a more efficient healthcare system, the government has looked into various areas to reform healthcare in China. Using both government and secondary resources, China’s hospital market has been mapped with changes from reforms tracked throughout 2010–2015. Population density, inpatient and outpatient volumes, and hospital development trends by both the private and public sector have been compared by dividing the country according to the different regions. The medical insurance market has also been taken into consideration and payment details such as out-of-pocket (OOP) and social insurance have been reviewed.

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