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CBN and Philips jointly released the "2021 Future Health Index" white paper

Focus on the highly resilient development and digital transformation of the medical system during the epidemic crisis
China, Shanghai - Today, CBN and Philips jointly released the "2021 Future Health Index White Paper" (hereinafter referred to as the "White Paper") through the platform of the "Fourth China International Import Expo". This is the second time since the CIIE last year that the two parties have joined hands to focus on the development trend of China's health sector and jointly released an industry report. This year’s "White Paper" will conduct interviews and surveys with the managers of the top three and county hospitals who have made outstanding contributions to the fight against the epidemic and have made outstanding achievements in hospital management and construction, to understand how they view the challenges brought by the epidemic to the medical system, and Share their ideas and practices of fighting the epidemic for a long time in the future and continuing to promote the transformation of "value-based" medical care.
Yang Yudong, editor-in-chief of CBN, said: "In the past two years, the new crown epidemic has challenged the'limits' of the health and medical systems of various countries. We are very pleased to see that China's medical system has demonstrated excellence in the face of the epidemic. Resilience. Under the combined effect of the impact of the epidemic, policy promotion, technological iteration, market evolution and other forces, medical institutions and the medical industry are embracing digital technology with unprecedented enthusiasm, and thus form a new and vigorous industry development prospect. Hope. The data and analysis presented in the white paper can contribute to the advancement of the digitalization of health care. In the context of the normalization of epidemic prevention and control, it will provide valuable references for the improvement of the medical system and the further improvement of industry resilience."

He Guowei, member of the Philips Global Executive Committee and President of Greater China, said: “The strong resilience of China’s healthcare system in the epidemic, as well as the determination and practice of accelerating digital transformation in the post-epidemic era, and advancing'value medical', let us be We are full of confidence in the dynamics and potential of the vigorous development of health technology. Philips focuses on the transformation of'health technology' and the transformation of the health care system towards the'value' model, and walks along the way. As a foreign company that has been deeply involved in the Chinese market for more than 30 years, we are committed to becoming a real A'localized' global company that empowers local innovation with global resources, and works with partners to help China's health care system achieve the four goals-improve public health, improve patient experience, increase medical staff satisfaction, and reduce care cost."

The survey results show that the management decision makers of Chinese medical institutions have full confidence in the resilience of China's medical system. They are further embracing digital technology, expanding multi-party cooperation, accelerating the transformation of the medical system to a "value-based", and further improving the resilience of China's medical system. Improve the efficiency and quality of care.


China's medical system responds to the challenges of the epidemic with strong resilience and opens up new paths for medical and health development

The epidemic reminds us to pay attention to the resilience of the health care system. When a crisis strikes, the medical system needs to quickly adjust and respond quickly while maintaining its core functions, and learn lessons from the crisis, continuously improve and improve, and prepare for the future. The new crown epidemic suddenly struck, and the Chinese medical system quickly established a solid protection network, effectively controlled the spread of the epidemic, and treated patients to the greatest extent, showing strong resilience.

In this regard, the managers of Chinese medical institutions are very proud. The "2021 Future Health Index Report" survey shows that 96% of Chinese respondents highly recognize the resilience of China's medical system under the epidemic, which is higher than that of many other countries.

Liao Dongping, president of the Second Hospital of Sanming City, Fujian said, “Public hospitals in Sanming City have been limited by the epidemic, and mainly benefited from the protection provided by the post-medical reform mechanism. Sanming City’s medical system started in 2012 with the “three-medicine linkage” as the basic path. The reform of the health system,'centering on people's health', reduces the hospital's inflated prices of medicines and consumables, and increases the price ratio of medical services, which benefits patients while ensuring the stability of the hospital. At the same time, medical insurance since 2016 The reform of the payment method has also further strengthened the hospital’s ability to resist risks, so that the hospital can still provide patients with stable medical services in the face of sudden epidemics."

While the epidemic tests the emergency response capabilities of the medical system, it also warns people to review and reflect on the overall efficiency and quality of care of the public health system, focusing on the future. Many Chinese medical institution managers have experienced the epidemic and have strengthened their determination and confidence in the transformation of a "value-based" medical model. The survey shows that 22% of hospitals have turned to "value-based" medical care, and 19% of hospitals are promoting "value-based" medical care. Compared with the traditional model, the biggest difference between "value-based" medical care is that it no longer regards the number of consultations as an important indicator, but is truly "patient-centered", guided by treatment results, and conforms to the reform of the national medical insurance payment method. At the same time, initiative and prevention are also the focus of the "value-based" model. With the support of 5G, Internet of Things and other technologies, it is possible to extend health care services from inside the hospital to outside the hospital. The continuous connection and integration of health and medical data, as well as gaining meaningful insights from the data, will effectively improve the efficiency and importance of medical services. Care quality.


The epidemic catalyzes the accelerated development of digital medicine and empowers the highly resilient development of the healthcare system

In the fight against the epidemic, digital medical care has played a very important role. Against the background of objective epidemic prevention requirements such as social distancing and isolation, digital medical care has become a “rigorous need”, the application scenarios have been further expanded, and the acceptance by the general public is increasing. From appointment registration, appointment examination, to online consultation, Internet prescription, online drug purchase, etc., digital technology has been applied to the entire process of patients seeking medical treatment.

Objectively speaking, the epidemic has become a catalyst for the accelerated development of digital medicine. The survey shows that artificial intelligence and telemedicine are the areas that Chinese medical institution managers are focusing on now and in the next three years. At the moment, they focus on the improvement in operational efficiency (36%) brought by artificial intelligence, including automated document processing and workflow improvement; in the future, they expect artificial intelligence to play greater value in predicting care results (31%).

Zhang Guogang, Dean of the Third Xiangya Hospital of Central South University, said: “Artificial intelligence can play a greater role in the management of medical institutions, convenient medical experience for people, improving the service level of medical personnel, and standardizing medical behavior. As digital technology becomes more and more mature, With the application, patients can obtain online and offline integrated smart medical services based on their mobile phones, which greatly improves the medical experience; for doctors, with the assistance of AI, labor intensity is reduced, diagnosis content is standardized, and teaching is more convenient And academic exchanges have greatly improved work efficiency."

In addition to artificial intelligence, telemedicine is also an area of ​​concern for Chinese medical institution managers. They hope to use telemedicine to break the barriers inside and outside the hospital and extend the homogenization of medical services, so as to solve the uneven distribution and utilization of medical resources and alleviate the pain points of "difficult and expensive medical treatment" for the common people.

Gongyi City General Hospital has extensive experience in the construction of county medical service capacity. Qiao Laijun, Secretary of the Party Committee and Dean of Gongyi City General Hospital, said: “Diagnosis and treatment classification does not mean service degradation. By increasing investment in telemedicine, patients can enjoy the diagnosis and treatment of municipal experts even in towns and townships, and basic service capabilities can be obtained. Significant improvement. At the same time, telemedicine can also help improve the ability of chronic disease screening, diagnosis, and management. Through precise treatment and risk factor intervention, the health literacy of the people can be effectively improved."

In addition, in the face of huge medical demand, Chinese medical institution managers are also actively exploring new ways of care. Research shows that about one-fifth of daily care is currently performed outside hospitals or medical institutions. , And in the next three years, the proportion of non-traditional health care institutions outside hospitals such as out-of-hospital surgery centers and pharmacies that provide routine care services will further increase (23%).

The survey shows that: embracing digital transformation, management decision makers in China's medical and health field are actively seeking cooperation with all parties in an open attitude, especially cooperation with health information technology companies with professional backgrounds (42%) to quickly promote hospital information Modernization and digital medical applications can reduce care costs, improve care quality and care efficiency, and enhance the doctor-patient experience.

Pub Time : 2021-11-30 11:03:59 >> News list
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