Keys to transforming institutions for training and rehabilitation to health and elderly care

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With China facing an ageing society, the Healthy China 2030 strategy is prioritising transforming outdated training and rehabilitation institutions into health and elderly care institutions.

Guidance and support of this health care was first jointly issued in 2016 by the General Office of the CPC Central Committee and State Council in the Guiding Opinions on the Reform of Training and Rehabilitation and Public Institutions.

Major central state-owned enterprises and provincial health and elderly care investment platforms and industry groups are now gradually adopting the reform.

However, how to pragmatically and efficiently implement the shift for high-quality, sustainable development of the health and elderly care industry requires experience and practice.

In this article, the author introduces key points of legal practice to focus on for the shift – in terms of the transformation path, due diligence, regulation and agreement – that will determine whether the transformation succeeds. Read more

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