As China grapples with the health care crisis that is sweeping the country, a new video series by the BBC has revealed some of the quirks and quirks of its health care.
The videos, titled Health Tips: Asian Health Tips, reveal some of what it takes to be a health care worker in China.
“Health care workers in China are very well educated and have a lot of knowledge, and the government really tries to get to know the community,” says Michael Krumholz, a health economist at the University of Southern California.
“They are also very much connected to the communities and the community leaders.”
He says many Chinese people do not have health insurance, so they are forced to work for free.
“The idea is to get the job done as quickly as possible,” Krumhelz says.
“And then you can have the rest of your life in peace.”
The videos also give an inside look at some of China’s other major health care systems, including the country’s large and diverse private sector, which has been under pressure for years from the countrys soaring health care costs and soaring number of uninsured people.
The first two videos focus on China’s health care workers, and how they deal with the problems and challenges of working in China’s booming private sector.
Krumherz says the workers can often be seen working with very little pay and little supervision, with many of them having no job security.
“Many of them have no real health insurance,” Kramholz says, adding that many have no insurance at all.
“If you are working in a restaurant or retail, you are basically on your own.”
As the videos show, many Chinese workers are often forced to put their health in jeopardy in order to be paid.
In one clip, a young worker is seen sitting in a darkened room, and a man in a black suit approaches her with a small box in his hand.
The man explains that he needs to be able to use the restroom in the facility, and asks her to turn on the air conditioning, saying he can’t leave without it.
He then turns on the AC to cool off, but instead of getting the air conditioner working, it simply turns off.
The worker says that she has been working in the dark for days and has only just gotten to use it.
“It’s not that we don’t have access to basic medical care,” Kralhz says of the workers.
“But the government just doesn’t want us to get enough money to get treatment.
That’s the main problem.”
Many workers, like the young woman, have little or no insurance coverage.
Kralwisch says that in some cases, health insurance is limited to people with jobs, but the government is also trying to make sure that the workers have adequate coverage.
“In China, you don’t get a single day’s wages,” Kraherz said.
“You’re not even paid if you go to work.”
The health care sector also has its own unique set of problems.
The video shows how a young Chinese woman in her 20s has to fight for her health in China, while a young man in his 40s has a medical problem, and both are forced into working long hours to pay for their health insurance.
Krahers says that the system for dealing with health care issues is also different from other countries, in that people in the private sector tend to be more responsible and accountable for their actions.
“One of the things that’s really unique about China is that there’s no government,” Kreherz explains.
“We have our own doctors, hospitals, clinics, and health care professionals.
There’s also a lot more freedom to do things that are out of the norm.”
The video also shows how people are often left to their own devices, even when they are working to help the public.
“When you go into the public health clinic, you’re not the only one,” Krantz says in one clip.
“I went into the health clinic with some friends, and I had to tell everyone else, ‘No, I don’t want to see any of the patients, because they’re going to kill me.'”
“People are very lazy, and they don’t take care of themselves,” he says.
But he points out that in China they can be much more patient.
“For example, when we have a hospital emergency, the patients tend to come first, so we don and we don’ come together,” he said.
Kruhms point to another health care issue that can get complicated in China: the use of antibiotics.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that China has the highest number of antibiotic-resistant bacteria infections in the world.
Kramhulz says that for the Chinese, antibiotics are essential to treat a wide variety of illnesses, and that for many people, their doctors are often reluctant to prescribe antibiotics