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Name: Hengjin Dong
Post: Professor
Position: Executive Director, Center for Health Policy and Management Studies
Education: PhD
Professional: Health Economics and Health Policy
Department: Faculty of Public Health
Research: Health Policy, Health Economics and Health Technology Assessment
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E-mail: donghj@zju.edu.cn
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DATE OF BIRTH: 13th July 1960
NATIONALITY: Chinese
EDUCATION
KAROLINSKA INSTITUTE, Stockholm, Sweden
Doctorate in Public Health, Health System Research (Dec., 1995-Jan., 2000)
Supervisors: Prof. Vinod Diwan
Areas of research:
The theme is on health financing systems and drug use in rural China. The aim was to study the association between health-care financing systems and health-care consumers’ drug use and health providers’ prescribing in six Chinese counties. A multistage sampling procedure was used in this cross-sectional study, health providers and patients were interviewed. We found that insured patients have significantly higher average medical (drug) costs per visit, and better access to expensive drugs and treatment such as hospitalization than uninsured. Health providers’ prescribing are influenced by patients’ insurance status and financial abilities, bonus payment mechanism, and market factors. The fee-for-service-based insurance leads to a higher growth of health care cost; to a shift from preventive to curative medicine and to a higher level of tertiary curative care cost. It also induces a higher per capita consumption of drugs.

UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS, Leeds, England
Master of Arts in Health Management, Planning and Policy (Sept., 1990-Sept.,1991)
Content: Health Management, Planning and Policy, Economics, Health Financing, Evaluation of Programs, Operational research.

SHANGHAI MEDICAL UNIVERSITY, Shanghai, China
Master of Medical Science (social medicine and statistics) (Sept., 1983- July 1986)
Content: Economics, Statistics, English and Social Medicine
Thesis: Cost-effectiveness analysis of family planning programs in two counties.
Supervisor: Prof. Xingyuan Gu

SHANGHAI MEDICAL UNIVERSITY, Shanghai, China
Bachelor of Medical Science (public health) (Oct., 1978- July 1983)

OTHER REVELANT TRAINING

XI'AN MEDICAL UNIVERSITY, WHO ENGLISH TRAINING CENTER XI’AN, CHINA
English training (Oct., 1989- Feb., 1990)

UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD, Oxford, England
Advanced modeling methods for health economic evaluation (27-29 Sept. 2004)

UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD, Sheffield, England

Probabilistic sensitivity analysis in cost effectiveness modeling: part I: uncertainty on model inputs (24-25 Nov. 2004)

BRUNEL UNIVERSITY, London, England

Principles of project management (14-15 March 2005)

WORK AND RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
ZHEJIANG UNIVERSITY, Hangzhou, China
Professor, Center for Health Policy and Management Studies at Medical School (July 2009--)

The main tasks are supervising Master and PhD students, doing research work in the areas of health policy, health economics and technology assessment independently, and providing teaching in health policy, health economics and health technology for undergraduate and Master students.

Research
Health policy, Health economics, Healthcare financing, Pharmacoeconomics, Health technology assessment

HEIDELBERG UNIVERSITY, Heidelberg, Germany
Leader, Junior Group of International Health Economics and Technology Assessment (Dec. 2006-dec. 2009)
The main tasks as the leader are supervising two PhD students, doing research work in the areas of health economics and technology assessment independently, and providing teaching in health economics and health technology for medical students and participants of Master of Science in international health.

Research
1. Economic evaluation of a novel therapeutic approach to the treatment of cutaneous leishmaniasis in Kabul, Afghanistan: standard therapy with pentavalent antimony versus electro-thermo-cauterisation (EVA-ELECT). BMBF 2009-2010.
2. An integrated surveillance system for infectious disease in rural China: generating evidence for early detection of disease outbreaks in resource-poor settings (ISSC). EU 2010-2013.
3. Nigeria social health insurance assessment. Self-funded 2008-2010.

Teaching
1. Health technology assessment
2. Health care financing
3. German Healthcare reform

Organizing and providing teaching in two 2-week short courses in Heidelberg
1. Financing health care ---- principles of insurance.

PhD theses supervising
1. Shafiu Mohameed. MPH. Nigeria social health insurance assessment. Dr. sc. Hum (2008-)
2. Hans-Christian Stahl. Economic evaluation of a novel therapeutic approach to the treatment of cutaneous leishmaniasis in Kabul, Afghanistan Dr. sc. Hum (2008-)

Master theses supervising
1. Dr. Than Bil Luai, The impact of CBI on health seeking pathway in Burkina Faso (2007-2008, MSc in International Health).
2. Gray Maghanga, Knowledge on insurance in Kenya (2007-2008, MSc in International Health).
3. Shafiu Mohmmed, Knowledge on new insurance scheme in Nigeria (2007-2008, MSc in International Health).
4. Gundula Epp-Graack, Cost analysis for CBI in Burkina Faso (2007-2008, MSc in International Health).
5. Biswajit Panda, Output-based Aid in Health: A Feasibility Study in West Bengal, India (2006-2007, MSc in International Health).

Others
1. Member of the editorial board of PharmacoEconomics.

BRUNEL UNIVERSITY, London, United Kingdom
Senior research fellow (August 2004-December 2006)
The theme is on economic evaluation of medical device, aiming to develop tools and methodologies that effectively assess the value of a medical device product development at each stage of the product life-cycle, from pre-concept to mature product. At present, he is using a deterministic (and probabilistic) Markov model to make a preliminary assessment of the cost-effectiveness of total knee replacement (TKR) using computer-assisted systems (CAS) with that of TKR using conventional methods.


HEIDELBERG UNIVERSITY, Heidelberg, Germany
Senior lecturer, senior research fellow (June, 2000-August 2004)
The theme was on control of tropical infectious diseases. Research on community-based health insurance (CBI) as a strategy to enhance the utilization of disease control measures. In the project, I was responsible for the research on the introduction and implementation of CBI in Burkina Faso. CBI has been widely viewed as one of the technologies in health care to improve the utilization of health services in developing countries because it disassociates use from payment. This was in light of the negative effects of user-fees and lack of feasibility for social insurance. In this process, preference for a benefit package was elicited. The benefit package was then developed and people’s willingness to pay elicited (see Dong et al, 2003a; Dong et al, 2003b; Mugisha et al, 2002; Dong et al, 2004a; Dong et al, 2004b). I was also responsible for time preference study in Burkina Faso.

Teaching:

Health planning and management at MSc Community Health and Health Management in Developing Countries Course 2001/2002, 2002/2003(Module 4a & 4b)

1. National Health account.
2. Health care market(s), public/private mix in health care provision, cost analysis, cost effectiveness, cost-efficiency.

Essentials of Health Economics at MSc Community Health and Health Management in Developing Countries Course 2003/2004, (Module 3, 26 Jan. -30 Jan. 2004)

1. Health-care financing.
2. Economic evaluation models.
3. Economic evaluation case studies.
4. Presentation case studies.

Postgraduate Program Master in Health Economics in collaboration with the National Economics University of Hanoi and University of Heidelberg, Dep. of Tropical Hygiene and Public Health (2002/2003)

1. Health accounts, capital and recurrent expenditures, different types of economic costs. Techniques of calculating unit and marginal cost (Module 4), 90 hours (3 weeks, 29 April – 17 May 2002).
2. Principles of economic evaluation, measuring outcomes and costs, study designs, cost-effectiveness, cost-utility, cost-benefit analysis (Module 5), 90 hours (3 weeks, 20 May – 7 June 2002).

Course leader: short master course (7-18 June 2004): Financing Health Care: Principles of Insurance. Teaching Chinese health financing, concept and framework of community-based health insurance (CBI), feasibility study of CBI in Nouna, Burkina Faso.

Master theses supervising

1. Vu Thuy Phuong, Cost-effectiveness analysis and evaluation between active tuberculosis diagnosis and passive tuberculosis diagnosis (2002-2003, Master in Health Economics).
2. Hoang Kim Ha, District Hospital cost analysis (2002-2003, Master in Health Economics).
3. James Eyul, User satisfaction with different payment schemes: user fees and CHF/ Tanzania (2002-2003, MSc Community Health & Health Management).


SHANGHAI MEDICAL UNIVERSITY Shanghai, China
Professor:
July, 1997-May ,2000.
Dean of the Department of Hospital Management:
Jan., 1998-May, 2000.
Vice director of Medical Technology Assessment Research Center:
Jan,, 1998-May, 2000.
Assistant dean of School of Public Health:
Sept. 1998-April 2000.
Associate professor:
Dec., 1992-July, 1997.
Lecturer:
July, 1988-Dec., 1992.
Assistant lecturer:
Aug., 1986-July, 1988.

Teaching: Health Statistics, Social Medicine, Planning for Health Human Resources, Hospital Management, Operational Research and Health Technology Assessment.

Supervising: master and PhD students. Hengjin Dong was appointed as PhD supervisor in 2000.

Research:
Technology assessment for assisted reproductive techniques (funded by Ministry of Health, principal investigator). We studied the problems existed in the use of assisted reproductive techniques in China and provided suggestions to the government for how to reasonable use the techniques (see Dong et al, 1998g).

Hospital Internal Management Reform (funded by Ministry of Health, principal investigator). In order to meet the need of government for reforming hospitals, we studied the situation of hospital internal management and provided some measures to improve the efficiency and quality of hospitals (see Dong et al, 1998c; Dong et al, 1998f).

The Effects of Health Financing Systems on the Use and Distribution of Drugs in Rural China (Sida/SAREC project, principal investigator). To study the influence of user fees and insurance on the use of drugs, on the health-seeking behavior of patients and on the prescribing behavior of health providers (see Dong, 2000; Dong et al, 1999a; Dong et al, 1999b; Dong et al, 1999c; Dong et al, 1999d; Dong, 2003; Dong et al, 1998d; Dong et al, 1997c; Dong et al, 1997d).

Tropical Disease Control in the Transition: Impact of Charges in the Financing of Health Services on Schistosomiasis Control in China (WHO, TDR project, co-principal investigator). The purpose of this study was to know if the charges in the financing of health services on Schistosomiasis control could influence the cares people got for prevention and treatment (see Jiang & Dong, 1997).

Health Care Financing in Transitional Societies: Impact on Equity of User Fees in Chinese Health Care (Sida/SAREC project, principal investigator). From finance and use of health services points of view, we studied the impact on equity of user fees in six counties in rural China (see Dong, 2000; Bogg et al, 1996; Dong et al, 1997a; Dong et al, 1997b).

Development of Health Human Resource in Rural China (World Bank Health IV Project in China, researcher). We studied the problems of health human resources in quality and quantity existed in the levels of township and village in rural China. We also designed the strategies to resolve the problems by training, providing necessary equipment and technical supports from higher level health facilities (see Dong et al, 1997e; Dong et al, 1997f; Dong et al, 1995a; Dong et al, 1995c; Dong et al, 1994b; Dong et al, 1994c).

Demand and Supply of Health Human Resources (funded by Ministry of Health, researcher). We studied what was the situation of health human resources in rural China and what kind of health human resources would be needed in the future (see Dong et al, 1998a; Dong et al, 1998b; Dong et al, 1997g; Dong et al, 1997h).

Human Resources in Rural Primary Health Care (funded by Ministry of Health, researcher). We studied what was the situation of human resources in rural primary health care and what were the current human resources problems (see Dong et al, 1998e; Dong et al, 1994f).

Health Services Studies in Shanghai County (Minhang district) (funded by Ministry of Health, researcher). We studied in this research health needs, demands and supply of health services in Shanghai county, Shanghai (see Dong et al, 1994d; Dong et al, 1994e; Dong et al, 1989a; Dong et al, 1989b; Dong et al, 1988b; Dong et al, 1988d; Dong et al, 1987f).

Health Services Studies in Rural China (funded by Ministry of Health, researcher). We studied in this research health needs, demands and supply of health services in rural China (see Dong et al, 1995b).

Shanghai Development Strategy Research ----- Health Strategy Research (funded by Shanghai government, researcher). As a researcher I was responsible for the sub-study on the effects of ‘one child’ bonus policy (see Dong et al, 1987a).

Medical Care Finance in Rural China (funded by Ministry of Health, researcher). In this study, we studied the problems rural China faced in financing health care after the collapse of rural collective medical system in 1980s. I joined the design, data collection.

Human Resource and Finance of Maternal and Child Health Care (UNICEF project, researcher). As a researcher, I was responsible for the sub-study of financial flow of Maternal and Child Health Care (papers were not allowed to be published).

Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of Family Planning Programs in China (funded by Ministry of Health, master student). As a master student I designed this research, collected the data and did the data analysis. Based on the results I wrote my master dissertation (see Dong et al, 1988a; Dong et al, 1988c; Dong et al, 1987b; Dong et al, 1987c; Dong et al, 1987d; Dong et al, 1987e; Dong et al, 1987g; Dong et al, 1986a; Dong et al, 1986b; Dong et al, 1990a; Dong et al, 1990b; Dong et al, 1989c; Dong et al, 1987h).

Consult work

Chinese consultant for World Bank Health Project IV (1993-1998).

AWARDS
Shanghai excellent young teacher, 1997


CONFERENCES AND PRESENTATIONS

1. Participated the 7th iHEA World Congress in Beijing, China (12th –15th July 2009) and presented ‘Can China use German experience in its health system reform?’
2. Participated the 2nd Westlake forum: healthy China 2020: policy and action (8th –10th Feb. 2009) and presented ‘Experience of German Health Care system --- application for Chinese health care reform’.
3. Participated the 5th Annual HTAi Meeting in Montreal, Canada (6th –9th July 2008).
4. Participated the 6th iHEA World Congress in Copenhagen, Denmark (8th –11th July 2007) and presented ‘Drop-out analysis of community-based health insurance membership at Nouna, Burkina Faso’.
5. Participated the 4th Annual HTAi Meeting in Barcelona, Spain (17th –20th June 2007) and presented ‘Value of information analysis for a new technology: computer-assisted total knee replacement’.
6. Participated the ISPOR 2nd Asia Pacific Conference held 5-7 March 2006 in Shanghai, China and presented ‘Early assessment of the likely cost-effectiveness of a new technology: a Markov model with probabilistic sensitivity analysis of computer-assisted total knee replacement’.
7. Participated the 2nd International Conference “Health Financing in Developing Countries” (1-2 Dec. 2005) and presented ‘the differences in characteristics between health-care users and non-users ---- Implication for introducing community-based health insurance in Burkina Faso’.
8. Participated the 5th iHEA World Congress in Barcelona, Spain (11th –13th July 2005) and presented ‘a deterministic Markov model to assess the cost-effectiveness of conventional total knee replacement vs. computer-assisted total knee replacement’.
9. Participated the 2nd Annual HTAi Meeting in Rome, Italy (20th –22th June 2005) and presented ‘a deterministic Markov model to assess the cost-effectiveness of conventional total knee replacement vs. computer-assisted total knee replacement’.
10. Participated the 4th iHEA World Congress in San Francisco, USA (15th – 18th June, 2003) and orally presented “testing the reliability of willingness to pay estimates in Burkina Faso”.
11. Participated the XVth International Congress for Tropical Medicine & Malaria organized in Columbia (20-25 August 2000) and orally presented “Drug Prescribing Patterns under Insurance in China”.
12. Presented “Health provider payment mechanism in China” in the Financing Health Care: Concepts and Tools to Set up and Evaluate Insurance Seminar organized in Heidelberg University, 19-30 June 2000.
13. Visited the Swedish Council on Technology Assessment in Health Care (SBU) and presented “Health technology assessment work in China” in May of 2000.
14. Attended the 15th International Society of Technology Assessment in Health Care annual meeting in Edinburgh and presented “Development of health technology assessment in China” in June of 1999.
15. Visited Health Technology Assessment Unit in the Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research in Canada and the Institute of Health Economics in Alberta, and presented “Technology assessment of Gamma knife” in June of 1999.
16. Participated the Asian Health Technology Assessment Network meeting in Thailand in 1998 and presented ‘Medical Technology Assessment in China’.
17. Participated the Health Technology Assessment training course in Malaysia in 1998.


COMPUTER AND LANGUAGE SKILLS

Software: SPSS; Stata; Excel; Word; PowerPoint.
Languages: Chinese (mother tongue); English (good).


PUBLICATIONS AND RESEARCH PAPERS
Manuscripts and submitted
Dong HJ, Boehler C, Sauerborn R. Validity of contingent valuation on community-based health insurance in Burkina Faso. (submitted).

Ph.D. dissertation (in English)
Dong HJ. Health financing systems and drug use in rural China (dissertation). Stockholm: Karolinska Institutet, IHCAR, 2000.

International peer-reviewed papers (published, in English)
Dong HJ, De Allegri M, Gnawali D, Souares A, Sauerborn R. Drop-out analysis of community-based health insurance membership at Nouna, Burkina Faso. Health Policy (in press).

Gnawali DP, Pokhrel S, Sie A, Sanon M, De Allegri M, Souares A, Dong H, Sauerborn R. Determining the impact of community-based health insurance on the utilization of modern health care services in rural Burkina Faso. Health Policy (in press).

De Allegri M, Pokhrel S, Becher H, Dong HJ, Mansmann U, Kouyate B, Kynast-Wolf G, Gbangou A, Mamadou S, Bridges J and Sauerborn R. Step-wedge cluster-randomised community-based trials: An application to the study of the impact of community health insurance. Health Research Policy and Systems 2008; 6:10

Dong HJ. Methods of economic evaluation for the German statutory health care system. Pharmacoeconomics 2009; 27(1):1-4.

Zhang L, Dong HJ. German social health insurance system design and its lessons. Chinese Health Economics 2008; 27(7):74-78

Dong HJ, Gbangou A, De Allegri M, Pokhrel S, Sauerborn R. The differences in characteristics between health-care users and non-users ---- Implication for introducing community-based health insurance in Burkina Faso. European Journal of Health Economics, 2008; 9:41-50.

Dong HJ, Coyle D, Buxton M. Value of information analysis for a new technology: computer-assisted total knee replacement. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care, 2007; 23(3):337-342.

Xu B, Dong HJ, Zhao Q, Bogg L. DOTS in China – Removing barriers or moving barriers? Health Policy and Planning 2006; 21(5): 365-372.

Dong HJ, Buxton M. Early assessment of the likely cost-effectiveness of a new technology: a Markov model with probabilistic sensitivity analysis of computer-assisted total knee replacement. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care 2006; 22:191-202.

Pokhrel S, Snow R, Dong HJ, Hidayat B, Flessa S, Sauerborn R. Gender role and child health care utilization in Nepal. Health Policy 2005; 74:100-109.

Sauerborn R, Gbangou A, Dong HJ, Przyborski JM, Lanzer M. Willingness to pay for hypothetical malaria vaccines in rural Burkina Faso. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health 2005; 33:146-150.

Dong HJ, Kouyaté B, Cairns J, Sauerborn R. Inequality in willingness-to-pay for community-based health insurance. Health Policy 2005; 72:149-156.

Mugisha F, Kouyaté B, Dong HJ, Chepng’eno G, Sauerborn R. The two faces of enhancing utilization of health-care services: determinants of patient initiation and retention in rural Burkina Faso. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 2004; 82(8):572-579.

Dong HJ, Kouyaté B, Cairns J, Sauerborn R. Differential willingness of household heads to pay community-based insurance premia for self and other members of the household. Health Policy and Planning 2004a; 19(2):120-126.

Dong HJ, Mugisha F, Gbangou A, Kouyaté B, Sauerborn R. The feasibility of community-based health insurance in Burkina Faso. Health Policy 2004b; 69(1):45-53.

Hidayat B, Thabrany H, Dong HJ, Sauerborn R. The effects of mandatory health insurance on equity in access to outpatient care in Indonesia Health Policy and Planning. 2004; 19(5): 322-335.

Dong HJ, Kouyaté B, Cairns J, Sauerborn R. A comparison of the reliability of take-it-or-leave-it and the bidding game approaches to estimating willingness-to-pay in a rural population in West Africa. Social Science and Medicine 2003a; 56 (10): 2181-2189.

Dong HJ, Kouyaté B, Snow R, Mugisha F, Sauerborn R. Gender's effect on willingness-to-pay for community-based health insurance in Burkina Faso. Health Policy 2003b; 64(2): 153-162.

Dong HJ. Health Financing Policies: Patient Care-seeking Behaviour in Rural China. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care 2003; 19 (3): 526-532.

Liu KH, Dong HJ, Sauerborn R. Cost analysis of pneumonia treatment in the Philippines. International Journal of Health Planning and Management 2003; 18: 221-231.

Dong HJ, Kouyaté B, Cairns J, Mugisha F, Sauerborn R. Willingness-to-pay for community-based health insurance in Nouna, Burkina Faso. Health Economics 2003c; 12 (10): 849–862.

Mugisha F, Kouyaté B, Dong HJ, Sauerborn R. Costing health care interventions at primary health facilities in Rural Burkina Faso. African Journal of Health Sciences 2002; 9: 63-73.

Dong HJ, Bogg L, Rehnberg C, Diwan V. Drug Policy in China: Pharmaceutical Distribution in Rural Areas. Social Science & Medicine 1999a; 48:777-786.

Dong HJ, Bogg L, Wang KL, Rehnberg C, Diwan V. A Description of Outpatient Drug Use in Rural China: Evidence of Differences Due to Insurance Coverage. International Journal of Health Planning and Management 1999b; 14:41-56.

Dong HJ, Bogg L, Rehnberg C, Diwan V. Association between Health Insurance and Antibiotics Prescribing in Four Counties in Rural China. Health Policy 1999c; 48 (1):29-45.

Dong HJ, Bogg L, Rehnberg C, Diwan V. Health Financing Policies: Providers’ Opinions and Prescribing Behaviors in Rural China. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care 1999d; 15(4): 686-698.

Bogg L, Dong HJ, Wang KL, Cai WW, Diwan V. The Cost of Coverage: Rural Health Insurance in China. Health Policy and Planning 1996; 11(3): 238-252.

National peer-reviewed papers (published, in Chinese)
Zhang L and Dong HJ. The Institutional design of statutory health insurance in Germany and its inspiration. Chinese Health Economics 2008; 27(7):74-78.

Tang ZL, Lu J, Dong HJ, et al. The situation and social acceptance analysis of assisted reproductive techniques in China. Chinese Journal of Hospital Administration 2003; 19(3): 154-156.

Lu J, Tang ZL, Dong HJ, et al. Introduction on assisted reproductive techniques in China. Chinese Journal of Hospital Administration 2002; 18(10): 577-579.

Lu J, Tang ZL, Dong HJ, et al. The problems in the using assisted reproductive techniques in China. Chinese Journal of Hospital Administration 2002; 18(10): 579-581.

Lu J, Tang ZL, Dong HJ, et al. Management suggestions for assisted reproductive techniques in China. Chinese Journal of Hospital Administration 2002; 18(10): 581-583.

Lu J, Dong HJ, et al. Decision-making analysis and its application in health care. Chinese Health Resources 2002; 5(4): 157-158.

Yan B, Dong HJ, et al. Feasibility analysis for merging two hospitals. Chinese Journal of Hospital Administration 2002; 18(2): 79-81.

Yan B, Dong HJ, et al. Staff’s opinions’ analysis for merging two hospitals. Chinese Journal of Hospital Administration 2002; 18(2): 82-84.

Yan B, Dong HJ, et al. External and internal situation analysis for merging two hospitals. Chinese Journal of Hospital Administration 2002; 18(2): 84-87.

Yan B, Dong HJ, et al. Several models’ study for merging two hospitals. Chinese Journal of Hospital Administration 2002; 18(2): 87-89.

Wang JJ, Miao ZM, Wang DW, Dong HJ. Inpatient pharmaceutical use analysis (1992-1998). Chinese Journal of Hospital Administration 2001; 17(2): 88-90.

Wang KR, Dong HJ, Wang YT. The major causes of current confusion in medial service prices. Chinese Journal of Hospital Administration 2001; 17(6): 367-368.

Cao JW, Chen J, Dong HJ. Health technology assessment and its effects on medical equipment use. Chinese Health Resources 2001; 4(4): 41-42.

Wang KR, Lin Y, Dong HJ. Causes of the unduly repid growth of drug expenses in China and counter measures. Chinese Journal of Hospital Administration 2000; 16(5): 305-307.

Dong HJ. The development of health technology assessment. Chinese Journal of Hospital Administration 2000; 16(3):157-162.

Dong HJ, Fu H, Ye TT. New concept of family medicine. Chinese Primary Health Care 2000 14(3): 63-64.

Tang ZL, Dong HJ, Chen YY, et al. Inpatients’ satisfaction analysis. Chinese Journal of Hospital Administration 2000; 16(4): 252-254.

Chen YY, Dong HJ, Lu J, et al. Introduction on clinical economics. Chinese Journal of Hospital Administration 2000; 16(6): 375-377.

Lu J, Chen J, Dong HJ, et al. -knife’s evaluation. Chinese Journal of Hospital Administration 2000; 16(11): 649-651.

Lu J, Chen J, Dong HJ, et al. -knife’s deployment. Chinese Journal of Hospital Administration 2000; 16(11): 652-653.

Lu J, Chen J, Dong HJ, et al. Use analysis of -knife. Chinese Journal of Hospital Administration 2000; 16(11): 654-656.

Lu J, Chen J, Dong HJ, et al. Safety and efficacy analysis of -knife. Chinese Journal of Hospital Administration 2000; 16(11): 656-659.

Lu J, Chen J, Dong HJ, et al. Cost-effectiveness analysis of -knife vs. traditional operations. Chinese Journal of Hospital Administration 2000; 16(11): 659-661.

Lu J, Chen J, Dong HJ, et al. Investment and profit analysis of -knife. Chinese Journal of Hospital Administration 2000; 16(11): 662-664.

Lu J, Chen J, Dong HJ, et al. Social acceptance analysis of -knife. Chinese Journal of Hospital Administration 2000; 16(11): 664-666.

Chen YY, Tang ZL, Chen J, Dong HJ, et al. Economic evaluation of controlling measles. Chinese Immunization 2000(1): 49-52.

Dong HJ. Bioavailability of three brands of omeprazole capsule and their effects on 24 hour intragastric pH in healthy volunteers. Chinese Journal of Internal Medicine 1999; 38(8): 533-536.

Dong HJ, Luo CY, Chen YY, et al. Evidence-based medicine and meta-analysis in health technology assessment. Chinese Journal of Hospital Administration 1999; 15(10): 600-602.

Dong HJ. Priority setting in health technology assessment. Chinese Journal of Hospital Administration 1999; 15(8): 510-512.

Dong HJ. Qualitative methodology and its use in public health research. Chinese Journal of Preventive Medicine 1999; 33(3): 170-171.

Chen YY, Dong HJ, Lu J, et al. Economics Evaluation in Health Care in China. Chinese Health Resources 1999; 2(3): 13-15.

Wang JJ, Dong HJ. Strengthening the management of cosmetics and protecting the rights of consumers. Chinese Public Health Administration 1999; (2): 106-108.

Zhou LG, Dong HJ. The study on shortening the length of staying in hospital. Chinese Hospital Management 1999; 19(10):583-584.

Fu C, Xu Y, Dong HJ. Hospital medical cost. Chinese Hospital Management 1999; 19(12): 43-46.

Dong HJ, et al. The Balance Analysis of Supple and Demand of Health Manpower. Chinese Health Manpower 1998a; (1): 11-13.

Dong HJ, et al. Health Manpower Planning Report and Practice. Chinese Health Manpower 1998b; (2): 9-12.

Dong HJ, et al. European Countries and American Health Reform---measures to control drug expenditure. Chinese Primary Health Care 1998c; 12(4): 46-48.

Dong HJ, et al. Study for Health Financing and Health-seeking and Prescribing Behavior. Chinese Health Resources 1998d; 1(1): 24-26.

Dong HJ, et al. General Practitioner and Community Health Education. Chinese General Medicine 1998e; 1(1): 4-6.

Dong HJ, et al. Clinical Drug Utilization Assessment. Chinese Journal of Hospital Administration 1998f; 14(8): 456-458.

Dong HJ, Chen YY, Lu J, et al. Medical Technology Assessment: Contents and Methodology. Chinese Journal of Hospital Administration 1998g; 14(12): 709-711.

Wang JJ, Dong HJ. Research of drug utilization. Chinese Journal of Hospital Administration 1998; 14(11): 677-679.

Chen YY, Dong HJ, Chen J. Pharmaceutical Cost Containment in Foreign Countries. Chinese Health Resources 1998; 1(2): 88-90.

Jiang and Dong HJ. Methodology of Rural Health Services Study. Chinese Primary Health Care 1997; 11(5): 6-8.

Dong HJ, et al. Outpatient Service Analysis at Tongling and Fanchang Counties in Anhui Province. Chinese Primary Health Care 1997a; 11(5): 9-13.

Dong HJ, et al. Inpatient Service Analysis at Tongling and Fanchang Counties in Anhui Province. Chinese Primary Health Care 1997b; 11(5): 14-17.

Dong HJ, et al. The Analysis of Antibiotics Utilization in the Outpatient Service Analysis at Tongling and Fanchang Counties in Anhui Province. Chinese Primary Health Care 1997c; 11(5): 25-27.

Dong HJ, et al. The Drug Distribution Analysis at Tongling and Fanchang Counties in Anhui Province. Chinese Primary Health Care 1997d; 11(5): 28-29.

Dong HJ, et al. Health Manpower Economics (part I). Chinese Health Manpower 1997e; (2): 6-7.

Dong HJ, et al. Health Manpower Economics (part II). Chinese Health Manpower 1997f; (3): 8-9.

Dong HJ, et al. Introduction for Health Manpower Planning and Situation Analysis. Chinese Health Manpower 1997g; (4): 12-13.

Dong HJ, et al. Supply Projection of Health Manpower. Chinese Health Manpower 1997h; (5): 6-7.

Dong HJ, et al. The Situation Analysis of Food Hygiene surveillance in Changling District, Shanghai. Chinese Primary Health Care 1996; 10(11): 33-34.

Dong HJ, et al. In-service analysis for Health Workers in Rural Shanghai. The Conference of Sino-Japanese PHC in Hangzhou. May 1995a.

Dong HJ, et al. The Analysis for Drug Distribution in Rural Areas. Chinese Primary Health Care 1995b; 9(8): 39-40.

Dong HJ, et al. The Application of Task Analysis on the Micro-management for Health Human Resources. Fascicule of Hospital Administration, Foreign Medicine 1995c; Page: 32-33.

Dong HJ, et al. Food Hygiene Surveillance and Management in 1990s. Chinese Rural Health Services Administration 1994a; 14(2): 14-16.

Dong HJ, et al. The Application of Task Analysis on the Micro-planning for Health Human Resources. Health Soft Science 1994b; 2: 16-17.

Dong HJ, et al. The Application of Task Analysis on the Training for Health Human Resources. Chinese Higher Medical Education 1994c; 3: 18-20.

Dong HJ, et al. In-service Analysis for Village Doctors in Minhang District, Shanghai. Practical Village Doctors Magazine 1994d; 3: 5-6.

Dong HJ, et al. In-service Analysis for Health Workers in Township Hospital in Minhang District, Shanghai. Chinese Primary Health Care 1994e; 8(12): 19-20.

Dong HJ, et al. The Study of Planning for Health Human Resources Mainland, China. The Conference of Health Economics between Mainland and Taiwan. Beijing. 1994f.

Dong HJ, et al. CBA of Vaccination of Encephalitis B Vaccine in Shanghai County. Chinese Social Medicine 1989a; 3: 6-8.

Dong HJ, et al. The Analysis of the Affecting of Season Factor on Mortality in Shanghai county (1975-1986). Chinese Journal of Preventive Medicine 1989b; 23(5): 263-265.

Dong HJ, et al. CEA and CBA in Health Services. Chinese Social Medicine 1988a; 6: 47-50.

Dong HJ, et al. CEA of Preventive Inoculation in Shanghai County. Chinese Health Economics 1988b; 7(6): 37-43.

Dong HJ, et al. Cost Analysis of Family Planning Program in Shanghai County and Dinghai County. Health Economics Research 1988c; 1: 43-44, 61.

Dong HJ, et al. CBA of Vaccination of Measles Vaccine in Shanghai County. Chinese Public Health 1988d; 4(3): 55-57.

Dong HJ, et al. The Predicting of Bonus of "One Child" in Shanghai City. Chinese Health Economics 1987a; 6(1): 52-54.

Dong HJ, et al. An Evaluation of family Planning Program in Shanghai County. Population Research 1987b; 4(4): 35-39.

Dong HJ, et al. CBA of Family Planning Program. Population and Economics 1987c; 3: 7-10.

Dong HJ, et al. Family Planning Effectiveness --- Several Methods Calculating the Number of Averted Births. Chinese Journal of Health Statistics 1987d; 4(3): 14-16.

Dong HJ, et al. CEA of Family Planning Program. Scientia Humaniorum Litterarum et Societatis, Acta academiae Medicinae Shanghai 1987e; 1:14-18.

Dong HJ, et al. The Mathematical Model of CBA of Planned Immunity. Health Economics Research 1987f; 3: 36-37.

Dong HJ, et al. CEA of Family Planning Program in Shanghai County. Acta Academiae Medicnae Shanghai 1987g; Suppl. 2:177-182.

Dong HJ, et al. Analysis of the Cost of Family Planning Program in Shanghai County. Chinese Health Economics 1986a; 5(7): 44-48.

Dong HJ, et al. Analysis of the Effectiveness of Family Planning Program. Chinese Health Economics 1986b; 5(11): 31-36.

Industry journal
Dong HJ, Terry Young, Mick Borroff and Michael Etter. Cost effectiveness and implant development strategies. The Journal of the ABHI 2006 August: 15.

Books (Chinese)
Dong HJ, et al. Hospital Management. Fudan University Press, Shanghai, 2002.

Dong HJ, et al. Hospital Management. Shanghai Medical University Press, Shanghai, 2000.

Dong HJ, Yan F. Planning for Health Human Resources. Shanghai Medical University Textbook. Shanghai, 1998.

Dong HJ. One chapter in the book of Social Investigation Methodology. People's Health Press. Beijing, 1996.

Dong HJ. One chapter in the book of Family Planning Statistics and Evaluation (Editor: Gao ES). Chinese Population Press. Beijing, 1992.

Dong HJ. One chapter in the book of Introduction on Centers for Disease Control (Editor: Gong YL). Shanghai Science and Technology Press. Shanghai, 1991.

Dong HJ. On e chapter in the book of Evaluation on Rural Family Planning Program. Chinese Population Press (Editor: Gao ES). Beijing, 1990.

Dong HJ. Chapter 8 in the book of Population and Family Planning Statistics (Editor: Gao ES). Nanjing University Press. Nanjing, 1989.

Dong HJ. Chapter 11 in the book of Family Planning Statistics (Editor: Gu XY).. Jiangsu Science and Technology Press. 1985.

Translations (into Chinese)
Dong HJ, et al. Family Planning Services in Africa. Fascicule of Social Medicine, Foreign Medicine 1990a; 7(1): 33-36.

Dong HJ, et al. Family Planning Services in Latin America and the Caribbean Sea District. Fascicule of Social Medicine, Foreign Medicine 1990b; 7(2): 78-81.

Dong HJ, et al. Family Planning Services in the Near East. Fascicule of Social Medicine, Foreign Medicine 1989c; 6(2): 86-89.

Dong HJ, et al. Epidemiology of AIDS. Fascicule of Social Medicine, Foreign Medicine 1988e; 5(1): 16-17.

Dong HJ, et al. CEA and CBA and Their Application on the Field of Family Planning Program. Fascicule of Social Medicine, Foreign Medicine 1987h; 4(1): 19-22.

Dong HJ, et al. The Influence of Breast-feeding on Fertility. Population Information 1987i; 3: 57-59.

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TDR - WHO 2003
We wrote and won a proposal "does tuberculosis (TB) care reach the poor? – Study of TB control programme in two counties in rural China" from TDR. The general objective was to study the TB care use of the poor in rural China in order to provide information for decision-makers on TB control.

TDR - WHO 2001
We wrote and won a proposal "equity & access to tuberculosis (TB) in transitional societies-rural China" from TDR. The general objective was to study equity and access of patients with different socioeconomic situation to TB care in rural China in order to provide information for decision-makers on TB control.

Ministry of Health - China 1999
We wrote and won a proposal "Technology assessment for assisted reproductive techniques" from Ministry of Health. The objectives were to study the problems existed in the use of assisted reproductive techniques and provide suggestions to the government on how to reasonably use the techniques.

Ministry of Health - China 1998
We wrote and won a proposal "Hospital Internal Management Reform " from Ministry of Health. The objectives were to study the situation of hospital internal management and provide some measures to improve efficiency and quality of hospitals.

TDR - WHO 1995
We wrote and won a proposal " Tropical Disease Control in the Transition: Impact of Changes in the Financing of Health Services on Schistosomiasis Control in China " from TDR. The purpose was to know if the charges in the financing of health services on Schistosomiasis control could influence the care people got for prevention and treatment.

SAREC - Sida 1995
We wrote and won a proposal "The Effects of Health Financing Systems on the Use and Distribution of Drugs in Rural China " from SAREC. The purpose was to study the influence of user fees and insurance on the use of drugs, on the health-seeking behavior of patients and on the prescribing behavior of health providers.

SAREC - Sida 1994
We wrote and won a proposal " Health Care Financing in Transitional Societies: Impact on Equity of User Fees in Chinese Health Care " from SAREC. The objective was to analyze the equity from the financial side and health care utilization side.