Privatization and its discontents--the evolving Chinese health care system.

@article{Blumenthal2005PrivatizationAI,
  title={Privatization and its discontents--the evolving Chinese health care system.},
  author={David Blumenthal and William Hsiao},
  journal={The New England journal of medicine},
  year={2005},
  volume={353 11},
  pages={
          1165-70
        }
}
For the first-time visitor, China is breathtaking — a land of extraordinary vitality, unimaginable size, and outlandish contrasts. Its cities hum with energy, purpose, and impenetrable traffic jams choking inadequate roadways. It is home to one quarter of the world’s population, and more and more of its 1.3 billion people have flocked into megalopolises (such as Shanghai, with more than 16 million people, and Beijing, with more than 13 million) that dwarf anything in the Western world. And… CONTINUE READING

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