With COVID-19 now largely under control, China’s hospitals are pressing ahead with plans for further digitalisation and development, says Mr Li Xiaomin, Secretary of the First People’s Hospital of Lianyungang
In China, hospitals are classified as primary, secondary or tertiary based on their level of care, amongst other criteria. Dr Li Heping, President, Shanxi Hospital Association, shares his thoughts on areas that can be improved in the current system
Though the country’s COVID-19 situation has been largely stable, Dr Nie Wei of Institute of Hospital Management at Zhengzhou University points out hospitals have to navigate pandemic’s long-term impact on the industry
Prof Cheng Fanjun, dean of west campus of Wuhan’s Union Hospital, is no stranger to managing staff burnout. He shares his hospital’s strategies, which came in particularly critical during Wuhan’s immense COVID-19 battle.
HMA speaks with Dr. Zhang Junhua, Director-General of the Health Human Resources Development Center at the National Health Commission of China to find out more about the country’s next healthcare milestones.