The "Basic Health Promotion Law (Draft)" was first submitted to the NPCSC for deliberation
On December 22, the Basic Law of the People's Republic of China on Basic Health Care and Health Promotion (the "Basic Health Care and Health Promotion Law (Draft)"), which has been brewing for many years, was first submitted to the Standing Committee of the 12th National People's Congress for consideration.
Liu Binjie, director of the Education, Science, Culture and Health Committee of the National People's Congress introduced that this law is the first basic and comprehensive law in the field of health and health and aims to implement the provisions of the Constitution on the state's development of medical and health undertakings and the protection of people's health; Reform and development of the overall situation of the cause; promote and safeguard the implementation of the strategy of healthy China.
It is understood that, as the first basic and comprehensive law in the field of health and health in our country, "Basic Health Care and Health Promotion Law (Draft)" will, for the first time, make it clear on the legal level that "health is the basic human rights and health China's strategy, establish a basic medical and health system, and focus on improving the classification and treatment "and other basic systems, and some effective measures in medical reform, such as social work, family doctor signing, drug protection system, safeguarding the rights and interests of medical personnel and so on to by law.
Among them, in safeguarding the rights and interests of medical personnel, the draft stipulates that "the whole society should respect medical and health personnel and maintain a good order of medical and health services; the state safeguards the lawful rights and interests of medical and health personnel in accordance with the law and ensures the practicing environment for medical and health personnel; Industry characteristics of the personnel and pay system, reflecting the practicing characteristics of medical and health personnel and the value of technical labor; in the grass-roots and hard-hitting remote areas in the implementation of medical and health services, the implementation of special preferential policies. "
In addition, the draft explicitly encourages social forces to hold medical and health institutions and explicitly encourages citizens, legal persons and other organizations to hold non-profit medical institutions according to law. Social medical institutions and public medical institutions enjoy the same policies.