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    China’s Health Care Reform: New Deal and New Mindset

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    Date/Time


    Date(s) - 20/11/2014
    3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

    Venue


    Embassy of Belgium
    比利时大使馆

    Address


    6 Sanlitun Lu, Beijing, China
    三里屯路6号

    Phone


    10 6532 1736 or 6532 1737

    Website


    http://www.diplomatie.be/beijing/

    Entrance Fee


    80 RMB


    The Chinese government used a 9-figure-fine to crack down on GSK, but what moves will the CPC make to rebuild the core of the country’s health care system? Dilapidated and strained after years of underfunding and overcrowding, the demand for innovation in China’s health care sector has never been greater.  Zhang Wei, health care policy expert and economist from Peking University, Guanghua School of Management, will offer insight on the latest changes to health care policy and explain how Chinese business, hospitals, investors and medicine are working together to innovate and change the country’s health care industry.

    DATE:  Nov 20 (Thursday)
    TIME: 3-4:30pm
    VENUE: Embassy of Belgium, Sanlitun Lu 6
    ENTRANCE: free to FCCC members, 80 RMB on the door for non-members. Only with registration and photo ID.
    REGISTRATION: at www.fccchina.org/events/20112014/

    ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
    A surgeon by training, with a PhD in Health Care Policy from Harvard University, Zhang Wei is an authority on China’s health care policy.  As Peking University, Guanghua School of Management’s Professor of Applied Economics and distinguished Executive Education faculty, Prof. ZHANG has a great deal of experience working with professionals and presenting research in a practical, global and concise way.  His award-winning and internationally published research, which integrates case studies and consulting experience, extends from business strategy transformation to business model and healthcare innovation.  Before teaching at Guanghua, Prof. ZHANG was a faculty member at CEIBS and the founding director of CEIBS Center for Health Care Policy and Management. He was also a Distinguished Bing Fellow of Health Economics at RAND and an adjunct faculty at Peking University at PKU School of Government.

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