China Turns COVID-19 Crisis Into A Global Health Care Opportunity
China's ability to push back digital boundaries position it well in the ongoing transformation of health care delivery
Another important step has been taken under the Healthy China initiative, with the implementation on June 1 of a basic law on access to health care. This provides additional tailwind for a health system that appeared to efficiently contain its coronavirus outbreak and is now making further structural improvements.
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