Differences exist across insurance schemes in China post-consolidation

@inproceedings{Li2017DifferencesEA,
  title={Differences exist across insurance schemes in China post-consolidation},
  author={Yang Li and Yinjun Zhao and Danhui Yi and Xiaojun Wang and Yan Feng Jiang and Yu Wang and Xinchun Angela Liu and Shuangge Ma},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2017}
}
BACKGROUND In China, the basic insurance system consists of three schemes: the UEBMI (Urban Employee Basic Medical Insurance), URBMI (Urban Resident Basic Medical Insurance), and NCMS (New Cooperative Medical Scheme), across which significant differences have been observed. Since 2009, the central government has been experimenting with consolidating these schemes in selected areas. This study examines whether differences still exist across schemes after the consolidation. METHODS A survey was… CONTINUE READING
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