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Full transcript of the State Council policy briefing on Nov 13, 2015

Recently, the State Council reviewed and passed a plan regarding the combination of medical care and services for the elderly。

Q&A about the new two-child policy

Wang Pei’an, Vice Minister of National Health and Family Planning Commission, explains the new two-child policy.

Statement of Health Minister of China On Striving for Healthy China

Health is not only the basis for personal development and happiness but also an important measurement of national prosperity and people’s well-being.

Official: two-child policy will be implemented after revised laws come into force

An official from Department of Community Family Planning recently answered questions about the universal two-child policy.

Universal two-child policy to promote a balanced population development

The policy that all couples may have two children will be implemented and the challenge of the aging population will be addressed in a proactive manner.

Insurance to go nationwide for critical illnesses

Medical insurance to cover expenses for critical illnesses will see its realm expanded to the whole country “before the end of this year” to help financially challenged residents, a State Council executive meeting said recently.

Improving mental health services

The State Council recently issued a work plan concerning mental health jointly drawn up by several ministries including the National Health and Family Planning Commission.

China to further improve public hospital services

China will push forward reform in more public hospitals amid a broader overhaul of its health care system, according to a guideline issued by the State Council.

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