China News Service, Beijing, September 9th (Reporter Xia Bin) In recent years, with the continuous development of big data, cloud computing technology and the concept of "Internet +", as well as the normalized control of the epidemic, the demand for patients is increasing. , Internet diagnosis and treatment has become a hot spot in the business development of medical institutions.

  Data shows that Internet hospitals have grown from more than 100 at the end of 2018 to more than 1,600 in 2021; as of December 2020, the number of online medical users is 215 million, accounting for 21.7% of the total Internet users.

  In the context of the current "speeding up" of China's Internet hospital construction, there are still some "roadblocks" that need to be cleared in the construction process. For example, there are still many urgent problems in the online cycle, user experience, and security.

  Industry experts believe that Internet hospitals are still in the early stages of development. Internet hospitals are operated by public hospitals and third-party platforms such as Internet companies. The investment in information construction and operation is uneven, and the level of construction varies greatly. The public agrees Knowledge still needs to be improved. There is still a long way to go to realize the diagnosis and treatment model of “online pre-diagnosis, offline diagnosis, offline treatment, and online follow-up” on the whole platform, and to provide multi-dimensional medical services.

  According to reports, when some hospitals build in-hospital Internet diagnosis and treatment services, the scheme adopted will increase doctors' learning costs, have a long adaptation cycle, and affect efficiency.

Outside the hospital, the use of the Internet hospital platform to integrate the internal network business interface solution requires a large number of internal network security reforms, high construction costs and high costs, resulting in a long service launch cycle.

  Ruijie Networks' medical cloud desktop solutions have already reached more than 1,500 medical customers, including Beijing Tongren Hospital of Capital Medical University and Dongzhimen Hospital of Beijing University of Chinese Medicine.

Ruijie Networks has launched an Internet hospital cloud desktop solution for the business scenario of Internet diagnosis and treatment, which can shorten the online period of Internet diagnosis and treatment business by 50% without the need to modify the original network.

  Zhuojian Technology, which is deeply engaged in Internet hospitals, is also based on in-depth exploration of medical scenarios and starting from the model of patient service functions, providing medical institutions with "Internet +" medical products, serving 30 provincial-level administrative regions and hundreds of provincial-level heads across the country Hospitals and regional health and medical institutions.

  "In general, the country wants to vigorously develop Internet hospitals, and there are companies in the industry that are willing to join them, but there is still a gap between the real Internet hospitals. Some hospitals only provide basic Internet services for registration, inquiry, and payment. For example, direct communication with doctors, clear diagnosis services, etc., it is necessary to effectively combine the Internet and hospital intranet business systems on the same terminal platform to truly help doctors provide more smoothly and more easily to patients on the Internet Diagnosis and treatment services." Xu Wei, the marketing director of Ruijie Networks' medical industry, told a reporter from Chinanews.com.

  In his view, to solve the above problems, on the one hand, the speed of business launch needs to be supported, and on the other hand, more technical support and stronger scalability are needed when new functional modules are launched.

"Through cloud desktop technology, we can make the business go online more efficiently. At the same time, new functions and new modules of the business can be quickly pushed to all business terminals, so as to ensure that the Internet diagnosis and treatment business can be quickly developed, and it can also be iterated quickly. Upgrade, at this time, you can find that the number of outpatient clinics for Internet diagnosis and treatment in hospitals is increasing every day."

  Ao Hushan, member of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference and Secretary-General of the Chinese Society of Cardiothoracic Anesthesiology, pointed out that the current Internet hospital business mainly involves registration, consultation, consultation, and prescription of medicines. Some basic functions of offline hospitals are moved to the online implementation, and more The level of function is not yet realized.

  "With the advent of the 5G era, artificial intelligence and robotics technologies are changing with each passing day, and big data applications are becoming more and more extensive. To expand and break through the functions of Internet hospitals, innovative thinking is needed, and more equipment and devices that adapt to the Internet hospital scene need to be developed." Ao Hushan said that, for example, remote imaging equipment and various inspection equipment can be operated remotely or collected in real time, which greatly improves efficiency, saves resources, and realizes the interconnection of health information in the true sense, which will plug in the development of Internet hospitals. Soaring wings.

  Jiang Jialin, chief computer analyst at Industrial Securities, mentioned that the target customer’s acceptance of the Internet must also be considered.

The elderly or people over 45 in rural areas do not use or trust the Internet. Their user habits have not been cultivated. People in remote areas have a relatively low level of education. In addition, the IT penetration rate is not enough. It is also very difficult for groups to use the Internet to receive medical services, and solving the above problems can also reduce the constraints on the development of Internet hospitals.

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