China National Health Development Research Center
Kun Zhao is a researcher in the Division of Health Technology Assessment and Policy Evaluation in the China National Health Development Research Center of the Ministry of Health in Beijing, China. She received her medical degree from China Medical University and her Masters degrees from the Capital University of Medical Sciences in Beijing and the Faculty of Medicine of the University of British Columbia. She is currently a PhD candidate in Health Economics Evaluation in the Faculty of Applied Health Science at the University of Waterloo in Toronto, Canada.
Her current research projects include the policy and technology evaluation of "Healthy China 2020"; evaluation of clinical pathways in rural China; a cost-benefit analysis of H1N1 influenza prevention measures in China; a comparison of community healthcare service among 37 facilities with different ownerships in China; and a cost-effectiveness analysis of stroke treatment models of treatment in China.
Dr. Zhao also serves as a member of the DCP3 Advisory Committee to the Editors.