Department/Area: Department of Global Health and Population
China already has a larger number of people aged 65+ than any other country and presents an enormously rich environment for researching and improving its elderly care system. In order to meet the changing needs and demands of the aging population and their families, China is embarking on major reforms to transform its health care system and to build an elderly care system. With the rapidly aging population as well as environmental challenges, technological advancement, urbanization, and mass migration, China's health system requires foundational changes to meet the evolving needs of its people and to be truly people-centered, as reflected in the government's strategic goal of achieving
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