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D iscussion on the Standardization of Medical Services in the New Era

Xing Zhang, Min Dai


In the development process of China, the standardization of medical services started relatively late, but its development
speed cannot be underestimated.However, compared with the actual work needs, there are still some problems in the standardization of
medical services in China, such as a small number of standards and relatively narrow coverage, a complex process of standard formulation
and insuffi cient funding, limited means of standard implementation and promotion, and incomplete eff ective supervision mechanisms, as
well as coordination issues between standards across departments and regions. This to some extent restricts the development of current
medical service standardization.Based on this, this article mainly explores the standardization of medical services in the context of the new
era and proposes relevant optimization strategies.


Medical services; Standardization; Problems; Optimization strategies

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/modern-management-forum.v8i5.12929