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2000). Health care insurance and hospital reform. China Hospital Management, 20(12), 68. , & Cao, Y. (2002). Bioethics (p. 41). Jinan: Shandong University Press. , & Leng, M. (2004). Transformation of social economy and reform in health care system. Health Soft Science, 18(3), 102–103. Liang, W. (2003). Health care service management. Beijing: People’s Medical Press. , & Wang, J. (2004). Ideas for China’s social health insurance system reform. Modern Finance, 24(10), 9. Qiao, Y. (2004). History of China’s rural cooperative health care service.

In addition, quite a number of people could not get basic health care service. (3) The health care system only covered a limited number of people working in public owned enterprises, state organizations and public institutions. However, Towards a Confucian Approach to Health Care Allocation in China 31 with the progress in economic restructuring, a large number of non-public owned enterprises emerged, such as individual enterprises, private enterprises, and foreign-involved enterprises. Employees in these enterprises could not enjoy basic health care.

Health, enhancing economic construction and safeguarding social security. “When the new government was established in 1949, the health indexes of the Chinese people were categorized to the lowest country group. By the end of the 1970s, China had become one of the countries with the most complete health care system, with 80–85% of the population enjoying basic health care. All this was attributed to three kinds of health care systems implemented since the 1950s (Li & Wang, 2004, p. 9). The most praiseworthy among the three was cooperative health care service in the rural areas.

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