Result The annual per capita medical cost of farmers in Wuyuan county is 2 71.87yuan after new- type rural CMS was implemented one year,which is 5 9.2 5 yuan higher than the base- line investigation’s 2 12 .6 2 yuan. Among the annual per capita medical cost ,clinic expenses have been reduced by 0 .0 5 yuan and expenses in hospital have raised 5 9.30 yuan.
Theoretic significance: 1) Because the indexes system of present comprehensive evaluation of the rural cooperative medical system could not reach the requirements of the rationalization of the new-type rural cooperative medical system and the standardization of the new-type rural cooperative medical system management,a scientific,efficient and practicable evaluation index system should be established.
Building the New Rural Cooperative Medical-care System (NRCMS) and its sustainable development mechanism is important for the construction of socialistic new country and the realization of proper balance between rural and urban development.
It introduces the current structure of rural basic construction and actuality of rural economic configuration,analyses the relationship between new country and small town's construction,discusses the concrete ways of building new country and small town,brings forward the economic frame situation and social benefit after finishing constructing new country and small town.
Results The coefficient of the health financing contribution(HFC) in new type rural cooperative medical care was 26.91%,and the fairness of financing contribution(FFC) was 0.6828.Excluding catastrophic expenditure households,the HFC decreased and the FFC of Yushe county and Loufan county increased.
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