Unmet need for medical equipment in community hospitals

According to a current Ministry of Health of China survey, the average healthcare equipment deficiency rate for over 2,000 community hospitals across the country is 30%, reaching as high as 50% in western China, demonstrating the huge unmet need for healthcare equipment in the primary level healthca...

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