Reasons for struggles among the healthcare system in China 2014

This statistic displays the reasons for difficulties and struggles within China's healthcare system as of 2014. There was a reported average of 27 annual attacks on medical personnel per hospital in China. Long waits, bad service, and high costs plague the country's medical system. Middle income families are often forced to save large amounts of money or use loans to pay for exuberant medical fees.

Key information on China's healthcare struggles as of 2014

Percentage of population aged 60 and over by 2030 (%)24
Percentage of doctors who said they were underpaid in a 2011 survey (%)96
Average annual attacks on medical personnel per hospital27
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Release date

September 2014

Region

China

Survey time period

2014

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