School of Pharmaceutical Economics and Management, Anhui University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
We have sorted out the research status and research context of China's medical and health resource allocation. Using the bibliometrics and visualization software CiteSpace, we conducted a panoramic dynamic visual analysis of the institutions, authors, keyword co-occurrences, hot topics, and mutant words of 1,370 Peking University core, CSSCI, and CSCD literatures included in the CNKI database (CNKI) from 1992 to 2021. The results show that in the past 30 years, the annual publication volume of the allocation of medical and health resources has shown an overall increasing trend; university scientific research institutes are the main force of research; except for the authors with the highest number of publications, the cooperation between the other authors is not very close. The top three keywords of word frequency are health resource allocation, health resources, and equity; the average contour values of keywords are all greater than 0.7, and the internal tightness is good. Compared with developed countries, there is still a big gap between the total allocation of medical and health resources and the allocation level of per capita medical and health resources in my country. The impact of national system and policy changes on medical and health resources and how to improve the differences in the allocation of medical and health resources will become one of the hotspots of future research.