Lingchen LIU worked on assessing the sustainability of social security funds, improving actuarial models, and analyzing the labor supply effect of health insurance. He obtained his doctor’s degree from Nankai University, China, and when a visiting scholar, he was a post-doctoral fellow at Fudan University.
Jian MA worked on the systematic evaluation and patient choice preference analysis in IDS by using medical insurance claims data. When a visiting scholar, he was a Management Ph.D. candidate and a researcher at the International Center for Informatics Research, both at Beijing Jiaotong.
Jared Mazzanti focuses on expanding and maintaining partnerships of the Harvard China Health Partnership (HCHP) and on providing comprehensive support to the academic activities of faculty and researchers affiliated with HCHP. Jared has cultivated an interest in China through almost 7 years of experience working and studying across its Northern and Southern provinces and through extensive travel in the region. He is also deeply committed to and intimately familiar with…
Yixin TU worked on “county medical communities” (县域医共体), including a wide range of reforms for primary care. While a visiting scholar, she was a Ph.D. candidate at Zhejiang University.
Jing WANG is an Associate Professor at the Institute of Sociology, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. From 2015 to 2016, she completed a collaboration with the Social Policy Research Centre of University of New South Wales (UNSW), Australia on “Community based social service delivery in China to be shaped by social organization?” which was supported by the United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD). From 2014 to 2015, she…
Jia Xiang received her Ph.D. in Economics from Penn State in 2020. She finds synergies between Health Economics and empirical Industrial Organization in research. Her previous work estimates a structural model to quantify the effects of asymmetric information in physician-patient interaction on medical treatment decisions and social welfare, using healthcare insurance claims data in China.
Duo XU worked on several projects around patient choices and physician behavior on online healthcare platforms. When a visiting scholar, he was an Economics Ph.D. candidate at Peking University’s National School of Development.
Qingping XUE is a Ph.D. candidate majoring in health statistics at Sichuan University working on a project about the development of private hospitals, their role in the health care market, and its impact on hospital quality and medical expenses in China.
Worked on Telehealth to Improve Access to Health Care