“China Hospital Database - Beijing” Now Available at MarketPublishers.com

03 Oct 2011 • by Natalie Aster
“China Hospital Database - Beijing” Now Available at MarketPublishers.com

LONDON – In China, most hospitals are run by the government, therefore physicians were previously quasi-government employees and enjoyed little freedom in the choice of the hospital to work with. In addition, decades of planned economic policy discouraged physicians from opening their own clinics, and the practice of medicine was generally non-private.

Chinese hospitals are classified as three general levels, with level 3 at the top and level 1 at the bottom. Each level has sub-levels of A, B and C. Some elite hospitals are 3A+s.

New report “China Hospital Database - Beijing” provided by China's Economy & Policy is part of the database, and records valid and granular information for grade III-A level hospitals in Beijing. It incorporates hospital infrastructure and capability data such as human resources, department set-up, medical facilities, as well as contact directory.

Report Details:

Title: China Hospital Database - Beijing
Published: September, 2010
Pages: 71
Price: US$ 200.00

China Hospital Database reports covering major hospitals across other Chinese provinces and cities are also available:

  • China Hospital Database - Shandong
  • China Hospital Database - Shanghai
  • China Hospital Database - Zhejiang
  • China Hospital Database - Guangxi
  • China Hospital Database - Guangdong
  • China Hospital Database - Jiangxi
  • China Hospital Database - Jiangsu
  • China Hospital Database - Fujian

More new studies by the publisher can be found at China's Economy & Policy page.



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