China News Service, Guangzhou, August 22 (Reporter Minjie Cai) "The development of the medical industry in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area is undergoing a qualitative leap, and people's demand for medical services and disease prevention is increasing." Xu Zhengjie from Hong Kong is a Sun Yat-sen University A doctor at Zhongshan Eye Center said that Zhongshan Eye Center provides a good growth environment for young doctors, and he will make more contributions to ophthalmic public health from the perspective of public health.

  "The 14th Five-Year Plan for the National Economic and Social Development of the People's Republic of China and the Outline of Long-Term Goals for 2035" pointed out that the scope of mutual recognition of professional qualifications between the Mainland and Hong Kong and Macao should be expanded, and the convergence of rules and mechanisms in key areas should be further promoted.

  37 Hong Kong doctors in Shenzhen were evaluated as senior professional titles, the "Hong Kong-Macao medicine and equipment exchange" policy was implemented, Guangdong and Hong Kong explored the settlement of medical expenses in different places, Hong Kong and Macao people purchased medical insurance in Guangdong, 53 Macau doctors went to Zhuhai Hengqin for cross-border practice, Zhuhai-Macau Hospital Launching the dual-employment mechanism... Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao have deepened exchanges and cooperation in the medical and health field. The three places signed the "Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area Health Cooperation Consensus". The practice of cross-border medical integration is drawing a blueprint for a "healthy bay area".

  The development level of medical technology in Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao is in a complementary relationship.

Guangdong's medical and health services are developing rapidly, with a huge human resource team, and certain experience in infectious disease prevention and control; Hong Kong’s medical management system and nursing team are relatively rigorous and sound, with a high degree of internationalization; Macau’s community medical services have a high degree of refinement in recent years. The pharmaceutical industry is developing rapidly.

  Yu Xueqing, dean of Guangdong Provincial People's Hospital, said that health care cooperation is one of the most direct and valuable issues in health and health cooperation in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area.

  Initiating the joint prevention and control mechanism, multiple rounds of epidemic notifications, sharing the latest information... In the face of the new crown pneumonia epidemic, the Greater Bay Area has launched a "jointly anti-epidemic" model.

  In terms of epidemic prevention and control, in accordance with changes in the epidemic situation and policy adjustments in the three places, Guangdong uses the Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao joint prevention and control mechanism for infectious diseases to maintain timely communication with the Hong Kong and Macao health authorities, and notify the Hong Kong and Macao health authorities of the progress of the epidemic in Guangdong every day ; To do a good job in risk assessment and policy reserve for the orderly resumption of normalization of exchanges between Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao.

  Guangdong promotes the new crown virus vaccination work for Hong Kong and Macao compatriots.

According to the data provided by the Guangdong Provincial Health Commission, as of 24:00 on August 20, Guangdong had vaccinated 121,429 Hong Kong compatriots, of which 81,053 were vaccinated during the whole course; 6341 people were vaccinated against Macau compatriots, of which 4,797 were vaccinated during the whole course.

  The Macao Health Bureau recently stated that it is discussing the mutual recognition and exchange of vaccines with Guangdong.

  In April of this year, Ms. Yang, who originally planned to go to Macau for injections, injected an "anti-D immunoglobulin injection" at the Shenzhen Hospital of the University of Hong Kong, becoming the first patient to benefit from the implementation of the "Hong Kong-Macao Medicine and Xiatong" policy.

Local residents in the Greater Bay Area can use drugs listed in Hong Kong and Macau, and it is also convenient for Hong Kong and Macau residents to seek medical treatment in cities in the Greater Bay Area.

  Lu Chongmao, dean of the Shenzhen Hospital of the University of Hong Kong, said that the implementation of the "Hong Kong-Macao medicine and equipment exchange" policy is to achieve the integration of medical and health care in the Greater Bay Area.

Up to now, the above policy has approved a total of 9 drugs and 2 devices in the Hong Kong University Shenzhen Hospital.

  The medical systems of Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao are different. Breaking down the mechanism barriers is an important part of promoting the construction of a "healthy bay area".

  Duan Yufei, director of the Guangdong Provincial Health Commission, said in an interview with a reporter from China News Agency that Guangdong will target the institutional obstacles that hinder the development of the Bay Area, strive for greater breakthroughs in information exchange, mutual recognition of qualifications, and resource sharing, and promote the establishment of the Bay Area. District medical talents collaborative training mechanism, etc.

  Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macau are cooperating to promote the construction of Chinese medicine institutions. Guangdong supports the construction of Hong Kong’s first Chinese medicine hospital; the number of enterprises stationed in the Guangdong-Macao cooperative Chinese medicine science and technology industrial park has reached 208, and 9 Chinese medicine products have been registered and listed overseas to promote Chinese medicine. To the world.

  Xu Qingfeng, director of the Guangdong Provincial Bureau of Traditional Chinese Medicine, said that Guangdong will explore the establishment of a Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area TCM medical consortium to attract qualified Hong Kong and Macao Chinese medicine practitioners to practice in public medical institutions in the Mainland; support scientific research institutions in the province to jointly establish international recognition with Hong Kong and Macao To promote the internationalization of traditional Chinese medicine.