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2019 U.S.-China Track II Dialogue on Healthcare (China)

The fourth iteration of the National Committee’s healthcare dialogue was held in Jiangyin, a city in Jiangsu Province. The dialogue brought together seven American and 12 Chinese experts in the field and representatives of major healthcare companies, along with four observers from both countries. A wide range of topics, including regulatory science and capacity building, health technology assessments, technology payment, and value-based care, was discussed, as were possible projects to address care reform opportunities in both countries. The mayor of Jiangyin and other city officials provided an introduction to the local healthcare system and a tour of medical facilities in the city. As with previous dialogues, this one concluded with a consensus agreement that sets out key points of discussion and suggestions for policy changes in both countries. This document is being circulated to relevant departments in both governments for their consideration.

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