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International Health Summit 2018

Governments give high priority to tackling the economic and health issues of people in poverty. As a global challenge, many countries are committed to finding and applying new approaches to combat health inequity and poverty.

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Evaluation of potential projects

In December 2017, Professor Shi, the Director of the Center, Professor Chen, the Vice Dean of Fudan University School of Public Health, and the principal of the Center’s Fudan partner, came together to Yanyang Town, Meixian County, Meizhou City, Guangdong Province for investigating local health resources.

Center Facilitated Project with Guizhou Medical University

In July 2018, Ellen Mackenzie, Dean of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, came to Guizhou Medical University with a delegation from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

Hospital Management Framework/Best Practice Evaluation and Replicability Study in China

To evaluate selected hospitals that have undergone patient-centered quality improvement initiatives and produce a case study of their best practices according to Six Domains of Health Care Quality (by AHRQ) and various scientific tools/models/areas of excellence categories.

Adaptation and Application of Interactive Chronic-Disease (Diabetes) Management Model Such as that of SIMCARE in China

The goal of this project is to adapt and localize the chronic-disease (diabetes) management model in China, such as SIMCARE, a practice-based learning tool developed through the partnership of academic institutes and technology companies. SIMCARE allows physicians and patients to acquire chronic-disease management knowledge and skills.

Innovative Application of Patient Centered Integrated Care (PCIC) Mode in China Community Health Sector

China's healthcare system is facing challenges such as the rapidly increasing burdens of an aging population and chronic non-communicable diseases; high-cost but low-value driven healthcare services delivery systems.