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Li Bin: The steady development of Chinese medicine in the "Twelfth Five-Year Plan"

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(Reporter Hu Bin) On October 13, the Central Propaganda Department, the Central Organs Working Committee, the Central State Organs Working Committee, the National Health and Family Planning Commission, the PLA General Political Department, and the Beijing Municipal Committee held the "Glorious Twelve Five" series in Beijing. In the eighth report of the report, Li Bin, director of the National Health and Family Planning Commission, made a report on the achievements of China's health reform and development since the 12th Five-Year Plan. Li Bin said that the Chinese medicine industry has maintained steady and rapid development, and the new forms of Chinese medicine health care, health care, rehabilitation, tourism and old-age care have taken shape.

 

Li Bin pointed out that during the "Twelfth Five-Year Plan" period, the medical resources of Chinese medicine grew rapidly, the service capacity of Chinese medicine was significantly enhanced, and the multi-level and wide-ranging Chinese medicine service network was basically established. The total number of medical treatments in Chinese medicine hospitals increased from 360 million in 2010 to 530 million in 2014. More than 90% of community health service centers, 80% of township health centers, and 65% of village clinics in the country can provide Chinese medicine services. In 2014, the total output value of the Chinese medicine industry exceeded 730 billion, which was 1.3 times higher than that at the end of the “11th Five-Year Plan”. The import and export volume of Chinese medicine products reached US$4.63 billion, and the international competitiveness of the Chinese medicine industry was significantly improved.

 

The report will be chaired by Zhang Jianping, executive deputy secretary of the working committee of the central government. In the Beijing Party and government military cadres, heads of central enterprises and 800 students and teachers of the Capital University attended the report.