Shanghai Concord Medical Outpatient
Department is affiliated to the Concord Medical Group, a domestic operating
platform of Concord Holdings (NYSE: CCM). It is a high-end oncology outpatient
center managed and operated in China under the all-round strategic cooperation
between the Group and the MD Anderson Cancer Center in the United States. The
Outpatient Department has taken the lead in completing the field certification
of radiotherapy at the MD Anderson Cancer Center.
The Outpatient Department lies in the core
business district of Shanghai Xintiandi. It will collaborate with Shanghai
Concord Cancer Center and Shanghai Concord Medical Diagnostic Imaging Center in
the New Hongqiao International Medical Center to create an all-round
complementary linkage effect by leveraging their respective advantages.
The Outpatient Department has introduced
international advanced treatment guidelines, medical procedures and management
models, assembled an international team of medical and nursing experts,
equipped with the world's leading tumor diagnosis and treatment equipment, and
adopted a multidisciplinary comprehensive diagnosis and treatment and full
course management model to provide patients with high-end comprehensive tumor
diagnosis and treatment services that combine comprehensive tumor prevention,
diagnosis, radiotherapy and chemotherapy, allowing patients to obtain
standardized cancer diagnosis and treatment services closer to their homes.
Those insured patients under the medical
insurance system, when going to see a doctor at the Outpatient Department, are
able to pay the bill through the medical insurance settlement according to the
reimbursement standards of public tertiary hospitals after enjoying the medical
services in international standards of Concord Medical. The patient will have
to pay by himself or herself for some service items not covered by the medical
insurance. The medical services covered by the medical insurance and provided
by Shanghai Concord Medical Outpatient Department include general outpatient
registration, chemotherapy, linear accelerator radiation therapy, blood
examination, imaging examination (such as MRI, CT, B-scan ultrasonography,
molybdenum target, electrocardiogram), medicines, and consumables, etc., in the
basic medical insurance catalog.