Reforms on Health Care Open to Public Opinions
City legislators and health officials are open to opinions from residents and medical workers in the city in the plans to impose a health care legislation that is intended to fix the bad relationship between a patient and doctor.
One of the legislator Dai Guangyu who focused on several issues that are related to education, science, health and culture said that the health care reforms in the city brought achievements and challenges, he also said that the supervision of medical care in the city is also lagging along with the lack of supervision for health care violations and unqualified hospitals. A lack of mobility among doctor is seen and there is still an unclear definition on the rights and obligations between doctor and patients.
Shenzhen is planning to draft a legislation that will address the problems by asking its residents to participate by surveys, questionnaires, public hearings and interviews. The residents can also participate in the survey online or through surveys that are printed on local newspapers until March 12. Survey results will be announced by the end of March and will also be submitted to the Municipal People’s Congress.