Value Orientation of Introducing Social Capital in Medical and Health Services

Yang Quanhai


Introduction of social capital into medical and health services can effectively alleviate the problems of insufficient resources, poor allocation and unbalanced structure in developing medical institutions. Social capital entering medical institutions, through reasonable guidance, differentiated development and fair competition, can effectively promote optimal allocation of medical resources, improve balanced development of medical structures, continuously expand the scale and scope of medical service targets, and improve standard and effectiveness of medical services. The nature of capital is to chase profits. Therefore, after introducing social capital, medical institutions should combine and strengthen self-discipline and heteronomy supervisions, guide this part of capital to actively assume social responsibilities, to fulfill social obligations, and to serve the public, in order to ensure the medical industry to have sustainable growth.

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