2022
DOI: 10.3389/fpubh.2022.921303
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Abstract: BackgroundThe hierarchical medical system (HMS) refers to the classification of treatment according to disease priorities based on severity and difficulty to promote the fairness of medical services for residents, which is regarded as the key to the success of medical reform in China.MethodsIn the past decade of “New Medical Reform,” the efficiency of HMS, including secondary and tertiary hospitals and primary healthcare centers (PHCs), was measured horizontally and vertically by employing the combination of a… Show more

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“…That is detrimental to the overall technical improvement of hospitals. used a super-e ciency SBM model to measure the e ciency of secondary and tertiary hospitals and primary healthcare centers within the hierarchical medical system in China and made suggestions [53].…”
Section: Rational Views On the Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…That is detrimental to the overall technical improvement of hospitals. used a super-e ciency SBM model to measure the e ciency of secondary and tertiary hospitals and primary healthcare centers within the hierarchical medical system in China and made suggestions [53].…”
Section: Rational Views On the Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It was found that compared with rural PHCIs, the imbalance in the allocation of diagnosis and treatment and inpatient services in urban hospitals was more serious ( 39 ). Hou et al ( 40 ) compared the efficiency of tertiary hospitals, secondary hospitals, and PHCIs in China and found that the efficiency results showed an “inverted pyramid” ( 40 ).…”
Section: Literature Reviewmentioning
confidence: 99%