Roberta Lipson: United Family wants to bring new concepts to China’s medical care industryRoberta Lipson: United Family wants to bring new concepts to China’s medical care industryThe Chinese government has enthusiastically called on private sector to play more active role in lightening the heavy load on the public medical care, although the policy may prove to be ineffective if it is not accompanied by concrete incentives. Some industry insiders have expressed such concerns,

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