Interesting insights have emerged from our ranking of 31 Chinese provinces and cities:
- Beijing, Shanghai and Zhejiang have the three strongest healthcare profiles when assessing the relationship between local supply and demand.
- At the city level, the richer a region becomes, the worse the access to medical institutions.
- Annual urban per capita expenditure on healthcare in Beijing and Tianjin in 2018, according to the forecasts incorporated into our index, will be more than double that in some central and western provinces, such as Sichuan and Guizhou.
- Some eastern provinces, such as Shandong, Jiangsu and Fujian, are forecast to have surprisingly low per capita spending on healthcare.
Download the whitepaper to find out more on:
- What are China’s changing healthcare needs?
- How are China’s cities and provinces ageing from now to 2020?
- How much will consumer spending power grow in the different Chinese provinces?
- Will building more hospitals improve healthcare provision in China?