By Julia Tao (auth.), Julia Tao (eds.)
This quantity offers a different point of view out there reforms presently happening in chinese language future health care. The authors come to grips with the adjustments occurring in chinese language well-being care and its impact at the conventional doctor-patient dating, but in addition its optimistic results at the availability and caliber of future health care quite in city parts. In doing so many of the authors strive against with ethical, political and social matters deeply ingrained in chinese language tradition in addition to the perceived sensible and ethical problems linked to the switch to a industry orientated economic climate specifically in region of healthiness care. This quantity will be of specific curiosity to bioethicists, these drawn to modern chinese language philosophy, and naturally these operating in future health care coverage, chinese language coverage, comparative future health care coverage, or any blend thereof.
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Extra info for China: Bioethics, Trust, and The Challenge Of The Market
Private hospitals make up for the deficiency of public medical establishments by providing people with more choices in the following areas: specialized departments, geographic location, business hours, medical cost and diversified service to meet different needs. 2. The market constructs the micro-competition mechanism for health care services. The existence and development of private hospitals promote competition in the health care market, leads public hospitals to the quality of services and reduce the cost to the consumer.
For example, it was written by Sun Simiao that “The value of life 42 B. Li, L. Hu is higher than a thousand gold, and if one prescription can help, it values more” (Sun, 2002). Kou Zhongshi in Song Dynasty also wrote that “To make a prescription is like executing penalty; penalty should not be misused, otherwise it will kill undeserved person, so does the use of herb” (Kou Zongshi). Besides this, traditional medical ethics emphasized a high moral level as the prerequisite for practicing medicine, and formed a complete system of moral cultivation of the medical practitioner.
These concrete behavior norms for physicians and patients provided the general public rich information on medical practices and ensured doctor–patient trust. The trend of the commercialization of health care has affected medical professionals. A profit-seeking ethos emerging from the new market economy has eclipsed medical ethics and undermined standards of professional conduct. Unfortunately, we have no effective regulations and professionalism to counteract the negative effects of the commercialization of health care.