Exploration on Responsibilities of Township Government in the New Rural Cooperative Medical System: Against the Background of Building Social Secruty System in Urban and Rural Areas

Sui TAN

Abstract


At present, a new rural cooperative medical system (NRCMS) is a basic system in China to guarantee medical and health conditions in rural areas, which is the achievement of continuous attempts made by government at all levels to improve medical and health services in rural areas. Against the background of constructing social security system in urban and rural areas, township governments as performers of the system should shoulder important responsibilities of guaranteeing sustainable development of NRCMS.
Against background of building social security in urban and rural areas, through introduction of NRCMS, this paper fixed the role of township governments as interpersonal communicators, information senders and decision makers in implementing NRCMS, further analyzed responsibilities should be taken by township governments from four aspects, explored unperformed responsibilities by township governments in implementing NRCMS, revealed reasons for unperformed responsibilities by township governments, and strengthened responsibilities should be taken by township governments before, during and after implementing NRCMS.


Keywords


Plans for development in urban and rural areas; NRCMS; Government responsibilities

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/6094

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