“Internet + Medical” is expected to change the status quo of medical treatment

The innovative concept of “Internet+” has been implemented for quite some time, and the phenomenon of “seeing a doctor is like fighting a war, and registering for a doctor is like the Spring Festival” has been gradually improved. A few days ago, China’s “Opinions on Promoting the Development of the Internet + Medical Health” was officially released, proposing a series of policy measures to encourage and support the development of the “Internet + Medical Health”. The “Internet + medical” is expected to change the status quo of medical treatment in China.

The “Internet +” telemedicine, the current, “Internet + medical health” flourishing, especially telemedicine has become an important form of Internet technology in the medical field applications. The company’s main business is the development of a new product, a new product, which is a new product. Later, she found the right specialist through Wuzhen Internet Hospital’s “precise appointment” service and communicated with the doctor the next day through the remote consultation function. After a visit to the hospital, she was diagnosed with sympathetic nerve abnormalities and her symptoms improved after taking medication.

The reporter learned from the Planning Department of China’s National Health and Wellness Commission that in 2017, the national telemedicine collaboration network had covered more than 13,000 medical institutions in all prefecture-level cities and 1,808 counties, providing services for 68 million cases, including all national-level poor counties, effectively promoting the “downward shift of the center of gravity and sinking of resources”, and providing a better service for It plays an important role in alleviating the problem of medical care for people in remote and poor areas.

Sun Yang, president of CJH, told reporters that CJH’s telemedicine network now covers nearly 3,000 medical institutions in all provinces, municipalities directly under the central government (including Macau). Since 2015, the average annual volume of teleconsultations at China-Japan Hospital has exceeded 5,000 cases. Patients do not need to travel around for medical treatment and can receive timely and correct medical care locally, saving a lot of time costs and economic costs. According to incomplete estimation, the cumulative savings in comprehensive medical costs for grassroots patients is about 70 million RMB.

The medical association under “Internet+”. It is reported that rural residents in Gansu Province are on average more than 3 km away from the nearest medical point, and it is a long way to go to the doctor. The Gansu Internet Hospital has connected telemedicine equipment to the Qingcheng County People’s Hospital and other county hospitals in old, small and poor areas, and through remote consultation and other technologies, top-down expert resources are radiated to county hospitals, grassroots communities and health centers, establishing a three-level medical synergy system in cities, counties and villages, greatly reducing the distance to medical care.

Liao Jieyuan, founder of Weimed, said that “Internet + medical association” is the key grasp to realize graded diagnosis and treatment. From 2010 to the end of 2017, the WeMed platform has connected the information systems of more than 2,700 hospitals in 30 provinces (cities), with more than 220,000 online experts. It has helped more than 100 public hospitals nationwide to establish Internet medical association platforms. Zeng Yixin, deputy director of the National Health Commission, has pointed out that the “Internet + medical health” approach can, to some extent, allocate resources more rationally, especially in remote areas, central and western regions, and rural areas, and help change the imbalance of health resources.

The “Internet +” under the convenience of the people to benefit the people. “In the past, you had to get up very early to go to the hospital to register a number, and you might not be able to get it.” Ms. Huang in Beijing told reporters recently that now through cell phone software, hospital WeChat public number, you can make an appointment online, and can also be accurate to a certain time period, which really saves time and manpower!

“Now, many hospitals have developed their own cell phone APPs with their own hospital information platforms to provide patients with convenient services such as registration and reservation.” Jiao Yahui, deputy director of the National Health and Wellness Commission’s Medical Administration, said that some places such as Beijing and Zhejiang have also developed a province-wide (city) unified platform for registration appointments, which allows patients to use their cell phones to solve registration problems on their cell phones.

“In addition, we are also promoting time-slotted appointments for medical treatment, so that appointments are accurate to within an hour or even half an hour, and hospitals can readjust to peak attendance while facilitating patient access. We have also introduced services such as mobile payment, in-office settlement, online examination and test result inquiry, medical guide service, and health information push to bring tangible convenienceto patients.

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