We have to find China!

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 We have to find China!


Reference to the news network in April 24th reported the United States media said that PLO medical group is a non - profit organization, in Ohio and Michigan rust belt community to run a dozen hospitals. Now the group is counting on the new market, China, to boost its weak growth. The Wall Street journal website, on April, on the 22 issue of American medical companies are eager to expand their horizons to China, said the executives and staff of the nonprofit organization, based in Toledo, visited some hospitals in Shanghai, Shenzhen and Chengdu to try to deal with the second largest economies in the world. Possibilityu3002 They hope that will help offset the weakness of domestic operating income. If we want to survive, we have to look out of our traditional world, said Randy Austra, President and chief executive of the medical group. He said that the economic model of the medical group in the US domestic market is hard, because the population growth in the domestic market is stagnant or even decreasing, and the cost pressure and competition are turning medical services out of the hospital. The report said that with Chinas vigorous medical reform, the efforts of international medical institutions to enter the country are gaining momentum. The rising prevalence of chronic diseases and the aging of population in China have led to an increase in medical expenses. The Chinese government has said that as part of the reform, some hospitals will be allowed to be wholly owned by foreign investors. Axel Bauer, a senior partner at McKinsey consulting, said Chinas demand is very huge, attracting investment from insurance companies, entrepreneurs and public and private infrastructure developers. Bauer said that Chinese developers expect US hospitals to provide brands, train professionals and make health care regulations. The reports say Bostons Brigham health center and Massachusetts General Hospital are helping Chinese partners start a new hospital, and Ohios Cleveland clinic told investors last year that it would provide advice to a Chinese developer. This project is at a very early stage, said Angela Kiska, a spokesman for the Cleveland clinic. Data provided by the financial data provider, deroky, shows that overseas acquisitions of American hospitals and medical companies are increasing, but the number is still small compared to consumer products, technology and pharmaceutical sectors. Austra said that the medical group has taken a series of steps in the country to stimulate growth, including the acquisition of dental health insurance and the opening of an independent emergency center. However, as the market shrinks, proto medical group has to find new businesses in other countries. Austra said that PROWAY medical group is considering more than 10 business in China. The population of some of Chinas fast growing cities is larger than that of Ohio. He said that the medical group may operate hospitals in China or provide consulting services to developers of hospitals, clinics and community health care programs. Reported that since December 2015, the staff of the medical group has visited China for the seven time. Austra has been to China two times and plans to go again this year. During his two visit to China, he used WeChat to keep in touch with potential partners. The Brigham health center under the Boston alliance medical system has designed a new hospital in accordance with the contract to help Hengda health group in Guangzhou. The first one that has just opened in recent weeks is the cancer hospital in Hainan, China. Mark Davis, executive director of strategic planning and business development at Brigham health center, said the hospital is expected to attract patients from the region. A spokesman for Hengda said the opening of the hospital was a good start for the partnership. The Massachusetts General Hospital under the Alliance Medical System signed a consultation contract with another developer who opened a Chinese hospital in October last year. This article source: Reference News Net editor: Zhu Xiaodong _NBJS6126