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Smart Healthcare Is Changing People's Lives!
Jan 19, 2019

It is expensive to see a doctor, which is a problem of people's livelihood that has always plagued patients and plagued doctors. Patients often have to queue for a long time to pay for registration, payment, medical treatment, and taking medicine. The time for doctors to actually see a doctor is only 3 minutes. It can be said that they are "lining for 3 hours and seeing a doctor for 3 minutes." With the development of smart medical care, although this problem has been alleviated to a certain extent, it is difficult to solve the problem fundamentally by relying solely on smart medical care. Reasonable improvement of the medical environment and coordination of medical resources require the joint efforts of hospitals, governments and the community.


It is reported that on June 7 and 8, the National Health and Family Planning Commission announced through its official website that as of the end of March 2017, the number of medical and health institutions nationwide reached 986,000. Compared with the end of March 2016, the number of medical and health institutions nationwide decreased by 1,254, of which: The number of hospitals increased by 1,426, the number of primary health care institutions increased by 4,889, and the number of professional public health institutions decreased by 7,188.


As of the end of March 2017, there were 29,000 hospitals, including 12,608 public hospitals and 16,807 private hospitals. Compared with the end of March 2016, there were 385 public hospitals and 1811 private hospitals. There are 929,000 primary health care institutions, including 34,000 community health service centers (stations), 37,000 township health centers, 638,000 village clinics, and 204,000 clinics (medical offices). Compared with the end of March 2016, clinics and community health service centers (stations) increased, and township health centers and village clinics decreased.


"From the data point of view, China's current medical treatment situation is still severe. Although whether it is ward management, mobile care, or remote consultation, smart medical care has brought great help to the hospital. Under the new wave of mobile Internet, the hospital not only pursues assets The management is “moving” and pursuing the flexibility of medical services.” Committed to providing practical health terminal products and technical solutions, supporting efficient and reliable health information platform support, helping industry customers to quickly implement healthy Internet of Things applications.


By combining the IoT network with professional medical technology and wireless remote monitoring, it is successfully applied to the health information and the Internet of Things cloud health.


Because of the high level of technology, it takes at least 12 years to train a good specialist. For a doctor, the age of becoming a specialist is over 30 years old. The long period of doctor training is a major cause of tight medical demand in China. the reason. The development of smart medical care can make up for this shortcoming. Advanced medical equipment developed by professional medical service providers such as medical robots, online clinics, and Lang Rui Hui Kang has greatly simplified the routine consultation process. Medical robots, even with deep learning and big data analysis, rely on a large amount of medical data to be a perfect doctor, and the diagnosis is even better than experienced doctors.


When can smart medical care become as popular as shared bicycles? Hospitals at the doorstep can also be equipped with professional-level artificial intelligence doctors. It is no longer a problem to see a doctor. We believe that smart medical care is changing people's lives. Let us know what it is!