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The problems appeared in Chinas health system reform triggered a biground of debate on the duties of government Although opinions weredistinct in the field of public policy study there was a consensus thedistribution of medical and health resources in the whole society wasmarket-oriented and the governmental investment in medical and healthindustry was relatively insufficient Naturally at the time whendistributions was oriented by the market centralisations of medical andhealthcare resources would happen in coastal areas cities and evenamong the high-end crowd Further it would lead to the imbalancedaccessibility of medical and health servicesOne prevalent method to resolve these problems was to resume theplanning system of medical and health services According to thismethod since the governmental investment in this area was inadequateas long as we increase the investment and implement comprehensive plancontrol all problems should be solved easilyIn fact China had been walking on this blind lane for more than threedecades before the Reform and Opening-up policy but no matter in whatfield no impartiality of distribution of public resources had beenachieved It is reasonable to say that under a system where executivepower dominates public medical and health resources still centralisesin cities and developed areasTherefore the proper way to reform the medical and health servicesindustry is to work on two sides simultaneously The first side is toput less restraint on the incomings of social capitals to the medicaland health services industry to ensure the fairness in competitionsThe other side is to allocate more resources to the fields where marketfailures exist to ensure an all-round development of the medical andhealth service system
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