Limei Jing

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BACKGROUND Rural township health centres and urban community health centres play a crucial role in the delivery of primary health care in China. Over the past two-and-a-half decades, these health institutions have not been as well developed as high-level hospitals. The limited availability and low qualifications of human resources in health are among the(More)
The general practitioner (GP) system has been widely applied around the world and experimented with in Shanghai, China. To analyze some of the influencing factors on patient-GP contracts, we developed a questionnaire and conducted site investigations in 2011 and 2012 to 1200 patients by random sampling from 6 pilot community health service (CHS) centers in(More)
The Rural Cooperative Medical Scheme (RCMS) had played an important role in guaranteeing the acquisition of basic medical healthcare of China's rural populations, being an innovative model of the medical insurance system for so many years here in China. Following the boom and bust of RCMS, the central government rebuilt the New Rural Cooperative Medical(More)
BACKGROUND The New Rural Cooperative Medical Scheme (NRCMS) covers 900 million farmers (about 95%) in China, but its fund is at serious risk of deficit. Shanghai, one of the developed cities in China, has developed its Rural Cooperative Medical Scheme and NRCMS as an advanced and exemplary representative of Chinese rural health insurance. The participating(More)
BACKGROUND Building highly qualified General Practitioners (GPs) is key to the development of primary health care. It's therefore urgent to ensure the GPs' quality service under the background of the new round of health care system reforms in China. A new model of GP qualification examination was originally implemented in Pudong New Area of Shanghai, China,(More)
Currently, China has been experiencing rapid growth of medical costs, serious waste of medical resources, increasing disease burden for residents, and a medical insurance fund deficit. Therefore, an urgent problem that needs to be solved is to choose a rational payment for the insurance system. To empirically evaluate the long-term effects of capitation(More)
BACKGROUND To help drive the consolidation and integrated management of basic medical insurance in China, we analysed participants' satisfaction, and factors associated with satisfaction, for the Urban Employees' Basic Medical Insurance (UEBMI), Urban Residents' Basic Medical Insurance (URBMI), and New Rural Cooperative Medical Scheme (NRCMS). METHODS(More)
Basic Medical Insurance (BMI) has changed remarkably over time in China because of health reforms that aim to achieve universal coverage and better health care with adequate efforts by increasing subsidies, reimbursement, and benefits. In this paper, we present the development of BMI, including financing and operation, with a systematic review. Meanwhile,(More)
BACKGROUND Grassroots health-care institutions in China are facing a shortage of professionals, especially general practitioners. To encourage health-care providers to come to and stay at rural grassroots institutions, Pudong New Area of Shanghai undertook a series of incentive reforms for rural health-care providers in July, 2014. We evaluated the(More)
Since the 1980s, China has been criticized for its mode of chronic disease management (CDM) that passively provides treatment in secondary and tertiary hospitals but lacks active prevention in community health centers (CHCs). Since there are few systematic evaluations of the CHCs' methods for CDM, this study aimed to analyze their abilities. On the(More)