China healthcare’s “Sunshine Act” and the journalist who exposed corruption: common cause?

With China’s media often containing significant items of “managed opinion” it’s hard to tell whether common themes that emerge in coverage are coincidence or not.
Take this week’s high profile case of a health journalist involved in legal action over an article in which he exposed corruption in purchasing at a Sichuan hospital. Is this a case of censorship by litigation – or is the government trying to use this case to back its own policy of reforming hospital purchasing?

To read the article by MICHAEL WOODHEAD in China Medical News

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