Community Health Services and Primary Health Care Reform in China

Workshop

Speaker(s)

Jean Oi, Stanford University
Liang Wannian, China Health and Family Planning Commission
Feng Lin, Chairman, ACON Biotechnology
Karen Eggleston, Stanford University
Jiangnan Cai, Director of Health Management and Policy Research, CEIBS
Jiaji Wang, Guangzhou School of Public Health
Hai Fang, Peking University School of Public Health
Min Yu, Deputy - Director, Zhejiang CDC
Zhiling Zhou, Deputy - Director, Hangzhou Health and Family Planning Commission
Yan Ma, Deputy - Director, Shangcheng District Government
Randall Stafford, Program Director, Program on Prevention Outcomes and Practices, Stanford University
Hengjin Dong, Zhejiang University
Shuling Chen, Zhejiang University
Zhihong Hu, Director, Xiao Ying Xiang Community Health Service Center
Fang Qian, Director, Si Ji Qing Community Health Service Center

Date and Time

June 18, 2015 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Availability

RSVP

Open to the public.

RSVP required by 5PM June 17.

Location

Stanford Center at Peking University

Beijing, China

This workshop will focus on the importance of community health services and primary health care reform in China and discuss what clinicians and policymakers are doing to improve health outcomes. With researchers and clinicians from China and the US, we will discuss the policy challenges to improving China’s health care system at the community and grassroots level. Key themes include China’s local experiences, showcasing innovations in Hangzhou, as well as the question of how the private sector might play a role in strengthening community health in China. The Asia Health Policy Program thanks ACON Biotechnology for sponsoring this event.

http://aparc.fsi.stanford.edu/research/innovations-primary-care