Since the government promoted the Family Doctor＇s Signing Service policy, five kinds of experience models have been established throughout the country. various parts of the country. The degree of residents＇ However, there air various degrees of signing ratios in awareness of family doctor services are relatively low, even if they have already signed up. Residents of family doctors also have low utilization of family doctor services and there are obstacles between policy supply and enjoyment. In order to explain this phenomenon, West- ern public policy implementation process theory, system theory, game theory, and bureaucratic theory do not work. Therefore, it is necessary to examine the situational and structural factors arising from the signing of the family doctor＇s signing service policy, emphasizing that factors such as political and cultural situations, interests, and social structure leading to signing service contracts for family doctors. Whether or not policy can be implement smoothly depends not only the policy itself is scientific, reasonable, and feasible, but also it has certain contextual and structural factors. The structure and context of policy implementation constitutes a key to explaining the implementation of China＇s public policy.
Journal of Northwest University（Philosophy and Social Sciences Edition）
family doctor service
policy implementation structure
policy implementation context