China’s new health management business model may lead the world

China’s new health management business model may lead the world

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China’s new health management business model may lead the world

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The term "prevent disease before disease" has been mentioned in the "Huang Di Nei Jing" thousands of years ago. This "prevent disease" thought passed down for thousands of years is in the same line with today's new medical concepts of health management. Nowadays, concepts such as "prevention before disease" and "prevention move forward" have received much attention in the field of health care.

On the 10th, Professor Wu Liuxin, the chairman of the Health Management Branch of the Chinese Medical Association, the dean of the Zhongguancun Xinzhiyuan Health Management Research Institute, and the consultant of the Zhejiang Health Service Industry Promotion Association, made his own views on the development status and future trends of the health management service industry in China Judgment: "At present, the development of health management has been officially included in the'Healthy China 2030' strategic plan. The new disciplines and new formats of health management have attracted much attention. Marked by the publication of "Chinese Health Management", Chinese health management academic theory research And service practice has ended the advanced history of following the world, or will lead the new trend of world health management." Solving health problems with "management" At present, China's aging population has entered a stage of rapid development, and the number of aging population continues to increase and the speed continues to accelerate.

By 2050, the growth rate of the elderly population will reach 33%, and one out of every three Chinese people will be over the age of 60. It should not be overlooked that the scale of the population suffering from chronic diseases is also expanding rapidly. "In China, in 2015 alone, there were 8.1 billion outpatient visits and 200 million hospitalizations. This scale will continue to develop and will soon exceed 10 billion visits to outpatient clinics and hospitalizations." In a series of data, Wu Liuxin also saw the public's response. The contradiction between the strong demand for medical care and the imperfect medical service system has become increasingly prominent. "For so many years of medical reform, investment has been increasing year by year, but there are more and more patients. The problem of'difficult and expensive medical treatment' has not really been solved."

Wu Liuxin believes that the fundamental reason for the current dilemma of the medical reform lies in the over-reliance on modern medical technology, the main resources and services for disease treatment, and the emphasis on "treatment" but neglect of "prevention." "I think'management' is the key to solving health problems." This has been Wu Liuxin's insistence in the health management industry for more than ten years. The core of what Wu Liuxin calls "management" is "prevention and advancement", which implements active prevention and self-management of health or disease risk factors of the entire population. This has important practical significance for accelerating the improvement of my country's health service system, promoting the coordinated development of the three systems of "medical and pharmaceutical services, health management and promotion services, and health insurance services", and implementing hierarchical diagnosis and treatment services through hierarchical health problem management.

"Large hospitals use their rich clinical experience and advanced technology to treat diseases that have occurred, while primary hospitals and health centers should tend to manage people’s health problems in layers, that is, to manage health problems and diseases separately. Only then can we implement hierarchical diagnosis and treatment.” Wu Liuxin described his ideal medical treatment and health management service in this way. On this basis, Wu Liuxin also put forward more insights for the construction of the health management industry, such as appropriately controlling the scale of urban public hospitals, ensuring basic medical services; improving professional skills and primary medical service capabilities, and accelerating social medical and rehabilitation services. Development; focus on solving the problem of "clinical medicine dominates"; focus on promoting high-end medical care services and health, and actively promote the establishment of the Internet + commercial health insurance service model... and the "prevention of disease" contained in the "prevention of advancement" The concept also needs to be promoted in the whole society. Wu Liuxin said that a major misunderstanding prevailing among the people and the media is that all health problems are attributed to hospitals and doctors, while ignoring their own health management. “In fact, medical treatment accounts for only 8% of the contribution to health, while the personal lifestyle that we often overlook accounts for 60%, which directly affects a person’s health.” As a leader in the academic and discipline of health management in China, As well as health education experts, Wu Liuxin hopes that through the development of health management disciplines and the industry, the concept of "prevention" will be widely recognized, so that more people can learn health knowledge and improve health literacy and health self-management capabilities. "In this way, we are more able to reduce the increase of diseases in the'upstream' and prevent and control the occurrence of chronic diseases." It is time to develop the health management industry. Although there are still various imperfections in the current health service industry in China, health management services are A new format in China's health service industry is entering a new period of vigorous development with a new look. Ideas must go first, and data must speak.

In 2013, the number of health management institutions nationwide has increased from about 2,000 in 2005 to more than 10,000, with nearly 500,000 employees and more than 400 million physical examinations per year. At present, there are more than 600,000 non-medical institutions for health management in China, with 30 million employees. Every year, there are no fewer than 200 industry conferences related to health management, and the industry's total output value has exceeded 100 billion. Wu Liuxin believes that despite the remarkable achievements, in the future, the development of China's health management and health service industry still needs the joint promotion of all forces. Among them, the performance of Zhejiang Province is extremely eye-catching. "A leader in promoting the construction of a healthy China and the health service industry"-this is the positioning of Zhejiang Province by Wuliuxin. Dare to innovate, advanced concepts, and a good economic foundation. All these have laid a good foundation for Zhejiang Province to continue to contribute to the future development of China's health industry.

On October 20 this year, the second Zhejiang International Health Industry Expo (hereinafter referred to as "Health Expo") mainly hosted by Zhejiang Health Service Industry Promotion Association (hereinafter referred to as "Health Promotion Association") is the health industry in Zhejiang and even the whole country. Concentrated presentation of the status quo of development.

Industry elites, scholars and government officials all appeared at the exhibition to provide advice for the further development of the health industry in the future. As one of the main consultants of the Health Promotion Association, Wu Liuxin also made a positive evaluation of the role of the Health Promotion Association and the Health Expo in promoting the development of the health industry in Zhejiang Province: "Social organizations provide a platform to provide exchanges and exchanges for industry development Collision, which is a good way to promote industrial development.

The open, inclusive, coordinated and integrated development embodied in the Health Expo is consistent with the development of the health industry. Looking at the overall situation and looking forward to the future, Wuliu Channel has a vision for the development of China's health management discipline and related industries: "I hope that the development of the discipline will be more mature; the industrial system will be more complete; the product technology will be more diverse, and the health management industry will be truly formed. "



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