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Gui-lin Yi|The Construction of the Credit Evaluation System for Occupational Health Service Institutions

Date:2017-08-04Author:

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Gui-lin Yi

Master of Medicine

Chief doctor

Member of Chinese Preventive Medicine Association, Major in Occupational diseases

Member of the Committee on Occupational Health in State Administration of Work Safety

Director of Wuhan Occupational Diseases Prevention and Control Hospital


Gui-lin Yi has engaged in prevention and control of occupational disease for nearly 30 years and been sticking to the frontline on prevention,treatment and rescue of acute emergencies. She has participated in more than 50 fieldworks of investigation and treatment on the acute poisoning events of public health emergency. Dr. Yi has rich experiences of management and practice on  establishing and effective running of the quality management system of occupational health technical service. She has continuously explored new types of the occupational health technical service during the medical and health system reform. Now she is researching on “Corporate Responsible Physician System” in Wuhan for providing comprehensive service of enterprise occupational health and health management.


Topic of Lecture: The Construction of the Credit Evaluation System for Occupational Health Service Institutions


Abstract: For sake of the advancement of serving ability of occupational health technical institutions and the development of a fair, honest market of technical services, it is the responsibility of the management department to construct an evaluation system to supervise the behaviors of occupational health service institutions and improve the credit level of occupational health service institutions. Taking Wuhan, Hubei as a specimen, the speech construct a credit evaluation system based on related domestic and international theories, studies, practices, and specialist’s advices. Among the system, there are 5 first-class index and 18 second-class index, as an integrity supervision reference for occupational health service institutions.