ChnStd  Vol.6 No.3 , August 2017
County Integrated Healthcare Organization, China Solution of Rural Health
Abstract: “County Integrated Healthcare Organization” is a innovative solitary alliance of rural three-tier health service organization in recent China, led by a county hospital and composed of 2 - 3 township health centers and a number of village clinics under the township catchment respectively. It adopts insurance fund as financial leverage, vertically integrated the three-tier healthcare institutions. CIHO as a system focus on solving the existing problems, adopted the financial leverage of health insurance payment to promote the cooperation and formation of responsibility sharing, benefit sharing, promoting people health centered, win-win development among healthcare institutes in the county.
Cite this paper: Wang, L. (2017) County Integrated Healthcare Organization, China Solution of Rural Health. Chinese Studies, 6, 161-166. doi: 10.4236/chnstd.2017.63015.

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