health care reform focuses on public service
For Chinese people, "where there's sickness there's treatment" has been a dream for a long time. Recently, a new health care reform plan will finally be implemented and will bring China's health care system to a new level.
care reform aims at public interests
Innovative ideas employed to make the health care system accessible and affordable to both urban and rural residents.
Reform is long overdue
I have enormous gratitude to the Hu-Wen administration for the vision and courage to bring free, or more accurately, inexpensive or affordable health care to 800 million rural residents, who have long been neglected, or seldom on radar screen of policy-makers.
care reform could be prescription for employment
The reforms could also bring comfort to migrant workers and college graduates.
health reform to boost economy
Healthcare reform will counter the financial crisis by pumping money into local businesses and boosting consumption, experts say.
of China's health care reform must lead back to basics
"I hope the new healthcare reform allows me to enjoy more affordable medical services in my county,"
health-care reform plan hailed as encouraging, right decision
It can be foreseen that the new medical reform will benefit hundreds of millions of people, and "where there's sickness there's treatment" will not be a dream anymore.
chief says China's health care reform "in line with WHO
China's planned health sector reforms are in line with principles of the World Health Organization (WHO) to provide equal access to universal health-care, WHO head Margaret Chan said.
map charted for universal healthcare
A master plan for healthcare over the next decade was unveiled Monday, the first step in a highly anticipated reform of the medical system that aims to provide fair and affordable services for all citizens.
a village doctor sees China's health care reforms
"Now the government dispatches basic drugs to village clinics and villagers can get them at almost cost prices. An increasing number of villagers are now willing to turn to village clinics for help if they are suffering from minor illnesses,"