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Top Chinese officials vowed Wednesday to improve public hospitals and cut their dependence on drug sales for income _ a major problem that drives up health care costs.
Top Chinese officials promised Wednesday to improve public hospitals and cut their dependence on drug sales for income _ a major driver of high health care costs.
Call it a new form of civil disobedience in China — the lawsuit. China's slow shift to the rule of law has unintentionally given dissidents a place to voice their grievances.
"I think that no matter what kind of hospital, you should rely on medical technology and improved services to gain income," Sun Zhigang, deputy director of the National Development and Reform Commission, told a news conference on the sidelines of the annual meeting of China's legislature.