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Short-term and long-term unintended impacts of a pilot reform on Beijing's zero markup drug policy: a propensity score-matched study.

著者 Zeng J , Chen X , Fu H , Lu M , Jian W
BMC Health Serv Res.2019 Nov 29 ; 19(1):916.
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In September 2012, Beijing, the capital of China, selected five tertiary hospitals as pilots to remove the previously allowed 15% markup for drug sales. However, while most research demonstrated the significant decrease in drug sales, the core issue of high health expenditure was not well solved because of the unintended policy impact. This study aimed to empirically evaluate the short-term and long-term unintended impacts on controlling medical expenses of Beijing's zero markup drug policy from 2012 to 2015.
PMID: 31783751 [PubMed - in process]
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