MYRON S. COHEN, M.D.; GAIL E. HENDERSON, PH.D.
Medical care delivery in the People's Republic of China has attracted tremendous interest among health providers in the United States (1, 2), primarily because of innovations relevant to patient care situations in this country. Access to detailed information has been limited because of the distance and expense associated with research in China as well as the political upheaval that has characterized the country since 1949. Recently, however, we (3) and others (4) have been given an opportunity to engage in more detailed research that we hope will provide a new and richer perspective.
The Chinese hospital serves three separate but
MYRON S. COHEN, GAIL E. HENDERSON. The Chinese Hospital. Ann Intern Med. 1983;99:564. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-99-4-564
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