The Study of the Rational Allocation of China’s Human Resources for Health

Yingli Feng, Shihua Li, Zhong Wu


Aim: Through thesupply and demand of China's human resources for health status, age structure,educational level of existing health professionals and other aspects ofstatistical analysis to understand the current situation of China's healthhuman resources, so as to put forward the healthy development of health humanresource allocation optimization suggestions, and provide the basis for theformulation of relevant policies. Method: Usingthe software of SPSS and EXCEL software to descriptive analysis on humanresources for health in China. Results: The lack of healthhuman resources and inequalities exist at the same time, the distribution isgreater than demand contradictions; Health care professionals degree level needsto improve; And so on. Therefore recommends the development of relevantpolicies to encourage aspiring young professionals to apply for health institutionsfor sustainable development reserve personnel and health services, and improve healthcare professional's career in medicine motivation to improve their social status.And should accelerate structural adjustment, increase academic and professionalskills training human resources for health professionals in relatively poor areas,efforts to improve service levels.

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