Hospitals to Start Implementing Reforms on Medical Resources
Several hospital reforms are being planned this year which is intended to increase transparency in its operations and to fully optimize medical resources in all public hospitals. Top administrations in ten public hospitals have gathered together and signed a statement of responsibility with the director of the Shenzhen Public Hospital Administration Luo Yuexuan. He said that the public hospitals in Shenzhen have great medical resources but needs better allocation.
The administration is also working on additional plans that will link more public medical institutions with well known universities after getting experiences a the Beijing University Shenzhen Hospital and it will still continue to implement reforms that involves recruiting and paying medical workers.
Public hospitals under the administration of the municipal government together with the Ophthalmic Hospital in Shenzhen is planning to pilot the new reforms for staff recruitment, position management, salary and improve operational efficiency. A new mechanism will be used and established that will address medical staff salaries based on their professional skills, abilities and work load.
Furthermore the administration is drafting a regulation that will subsidize basic medical care services at hospitals, and will also promote reforms involving medical service charges.