A Brief Analysis of Health Care Reform Modes

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ABSTRACT

By introducing the cases of health care reforms in Peoples’ Hospital of Gaozhou City in Guangdong province and Shenmu county in Shaanxi province, namely, “Gaozhou mode” and “Shenmu mode”, we investigate the different policies and effectiveness of the two modes and discuss the influences of government subsidies and market factors to health care reform in order to gain experience and inspiration of health system reform.

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Wei, X. , Wei, X. and Zhang, S. (2015) A Brief Analysis of Health Care Reform Modes. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 3, 26-29. doi: 10.4236/jss.2015.33006.

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