China: Bioethics, Trust, and the Challenge of the Market by Julia Tao

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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. Qinghai Social Science, 25(3), 66. , & Zhai, X. (2003). Introduction to bioethics (pp. 27–28). China: Peking Union Medical College Press. Song, B. (2004). The past, present and future of China’s rural cooperative health care service. Medicine and Philosophy, 25(3), 24.

Also there is Wang Guan of the Ming Dynasty who said: “If the patient conceals the state of his illness, refuses to a therapy, or even be overbearing and indulging with no reason or self-control, they are hard to cure” (Wang, 1995). Under this requirement, most of the patients are open to the doctors, telling their secrets, even defects and crimes. This reflects the high level of trust between patients and their doctors. Meanwhile, it demonstrates that as a profession, medicine can not achieve its own value and not reach its goal without the mutual trust between doctors and patients.

Wu, X. (2004). Exploration on rural cooperative health care service Reform. Zhejiang Preventive Medicine, 16(12), 64. Xu, D. (2004). Historical exploration and re-establishment of China’s health care system. Exploration, 24 (5), 115. , & Song, W. (1999). Facing the new century: Health care reform and medical ethnics – summarization of the 10th national medical ethnics symposium. Medicine and Philosophy, 20(11), 24. , & Yan, B. (2002). Confucian culture and modern society (p. 6). Jinan: Shandong University Press.

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