China Health Management Survey Report, 2011

Date: May 23, 2011
Pages: 62
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China Health Management Survey Report, 2011
With the development of Chinese economy, improvement of living standards and intensified aging population, Chinese people have growing demand for health management. In China, many industries are actively getting involved in health management market, including traditional Chinese medicine industry, medical and health services industry, biotechnology industry and information industry. However, compared with some foreign countries, Chinese health management industry is still at the preliminary stage, presenting such characteristics as nonstandard market and single mode of management.

In April 2011, ResearchInChina and 1diaocha.com jointly carried out an online survey about health management.This survey mainly targeted people of age 24-60 in Shanghai, Beijing and Guangzhou. The educational background of participants covered senior high school, undergraduate and postgraduate, with annual income over RMB 50,000/ year.

According to the survey results, people have relatively higher awareness of health and started to attach importance to both physical and mental health. Additionally, many participants hold the opinion that health management is necessary. Nevertheless, the acceptable consumption level of health management services is still low.

For instance, with regard to “physical examination”, 71.7% of the participants considered it a necessity. However, 47.5% of the participants could afford only RMB 200-500/year for it, following by 34.7% for RMB 500-1000/year, 11.6% for RMB 1000-2000/ year and 3.3% for RMB 2000-4000/year, and merely 1.1% for over RMB 4000/ year.
1. OVERVIEW OF HEALTH MANAGEMENT

1.1 Definition
1.2 Content

2. OVERVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL AND DOMESTIC HEALTH MANAGEMENT

2.1 International
2.2 Domestic

3. SURVEY ON HEALTH MANAGEMENT

3.1 Background
  3.1.1 City
  3.1.2 Age
  3.1.3 Educational Background
  3.1.4 Income
3.2 Cognition of Health
3.3 Cognition of Health Management Institution
3.4 Importance of Health Management
3.5 Frequency of Physical Examination
3.6 Source of Health Management Costs
3.7 Disposal of Physical Examination Results
3.8 Physical Examination Company
3.9 Health Management Services Preferred
  3.9.1 Personal Health Record
  3.9.2 Medical Examination or Physique Test
  3.9.3 Health Risk Assessment & Early Disease Screening and Prevention
  3.9.4 Health Insurance
  3.9.5 Intervention on Health Life Styles
  3.9.6 Health Consultation and Health Knowledge Lecture
  3.9.7 Private Doctor
  3.9.8 Management and Intervention of Disease (Including Chronic Disease)
  3.9.9 Rehabilitation Nursing and Health Care
  3.9.10 Green Channel for Seeing a Doctor
  3.9.11 Online Health Management Service
  3.9.12 Fitness Service
  3.9.13 Full Health Management Service Including Items 1-12

SELECTED CHARTS

Structure of Respondents by City
Structure of Respondents by Age
Structure of Respondents by Educational Background
Structure of Respondents by Income
Cognition of Health
Cognition of Health by Age
Cognition of Health by Income
Cognition of Health Management Institution
Cognition of Health Management Institution by Age
Cognition of Health Management Institution by Educational Background
Cognition of Health Management Institution by Income
Importance of Health Management
Importance of Health Management by Age
Importance of Health Management by Educational Background
Frequency of Physical Examination
Frequency of Physical Examination by Age
Frequency of Physical Examination by Educational Background
Frequency of Physical Examination by Income
Source of Health Management Costs
Source of Health Management Costs by Age
Source of Health Management Costs by Income
Disposal of Physical Examination Results
Disposal of Physical Examination Results by Age
Disposal of Physical Examination Results by Educational Background
Disposal of Physical Examination Results by Income
Cognition of Physical Examination Company
Cognition of Physical Examination Company by Age
Cognition of Physical Examination Company by Educational Background
Cognition of Physical Examination Company by Income
Necessity of Health Management Service
Respondents’ Acceptable Expenditure on “Personal Health Record” for Themselves
Respondents’ Acceptable Expenditure on “Personal Health Record” for Themselves by Age
Respondents’ Acceptable Expenditure on “Personal Health Record” for Their Family
Respondents’ Acceptable Expenditure on “Personal Health Record” for Their Family by Income
Respondents’ Acceptable Expenditure on “Medical Examination or Physique Test” for Themselves
Respondents’ Acceptable Expenditure on “Medical Examination or Physique Test” for Themselves by Age
Respondents’ Acceptable Expenditure on “Medical Examination or Physique Test” for Their Family
Respondents’ Acceptable Expenditure on “Medical Examination or Physique Test” for Their Family by Educational Background
Respondents’ Acceptable Expenditure on “Health Risk Assessment & Early Disease Screening and Prevention” for Themselves
Respondents’ Acceptable Expenditure on “Health Risk Assessment & Early Disease Screening and Prevention” for Their Family
Respondents’ Acceptable Expenditure on “Health Insurance” for Themselves
Respondents’ Acceptable Expenditure on “Health Insurance” for Themselves by Educational Background
Respondents’ Acceptable Expenditure on “Health Insurance” for Their Family
Respondents’ Acceptable Expenditure on “Health Insurance” for Their Family by Income
Respondents’ Acceptable Expenditure on “Intervention on Health Life Styles” for Themselves
Respondents’ Acceptable Expenditure on “Intervention on Health Life Styles” for Themselves by Age
Respondents’ Acceptable Expenditure on “Intervention on Health Life Styles” for Their Family
Respondents’ Acceptable Expenditure on “Intervention on Health Life Styles” for Their Family by Educational Background
Respondents’ Acceptable Expenditure on “Health Consultation and Health Knowledge Lecture” for Themselves
Respondents’ Acceptable Expenditure on “Health Consultation and Health Knowledge Lecture” for Their Family
Respondents’ Acceptable Expenditure on “Private doctor” for Themselves
Respondents’ Acceptable Expenditure on “Private doctor” for Their Family
Respondents’ Acceptable Expenditure on “Management and Intervention of Disease” for Themselves
Respondents’ Acceptable Expenditure on “Management and Intervention of Disease” for Their Family
Respondents’ Acceptable Expenditure on “Rehabilitation Nursing and Health Care” for Themselves
Respondents’ Acceptable Expenditure on “Rehabilitation Nursing and Health Care” for Their Family
Respondents’ Acceptable Expenditure on “Green Channel for Seeing a Doctor” for Themselves
Respondents’ Acceptable Expenditure on “Green Channel for Seeing a Doctor” for Their Family
Respondents’ Acceptable Expenditure on “Online Health Management” for Themselves
Respondents’ Acceptable Expenditure on “Online Health Management” for Their Family
Respondents’ Acceptable Expenditure on “Fitness Service” for Themselves
Respondents’ Acceptable Expenditure on “Fitness Service” for Themselves by Age
Respondents’ Acceptable Expenditure on “Fitness Service” for Their Family
Respondents’ Acceptable Expenditure on “Full Service Including Items 1-12” for Themselves
Respondents’ Acceptable Expenditure on “Full Service Including Items 1-12” for Themselves by Age
Respondents’ Acceptable Expenditure on “Full Service Including Items 1-12” for Themselves by Educational Background
Respondents’ Acceptable Expenditure on “Full Service Including Items 1-12” for Their Family
Respondents’ Acceptable Expenditure on “Full Service Including Items 1-12” for Their Family by Income
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