Science and Technology Daily (Reporter Yu Huiyou, Correspondent Yan Li and Cao Xuanxuan) How to deal with the aging problem with technology?

Recently, a new service model of "5G Smart Health and Elderly Care" with technical support from Xiangya Hospital of Central South University and the National Clinical Research Center for Geriatric Diseases (Xiangya Hospital) has launched a pilot program.

At the same time, Changsha County, Hunan Province also took the lead in launching the country's first provincial-level intelligent service platform for integrated medical care (hereinafter referred to as the medical care platform).

  Data from the seventh national census shows that the proportion of people aged 65 and over in China's total population is 13.5%, of which more than three-quarters of the population are in a state of "surviving with illness", and the demand for medical care and elderly care is increasing.

  In 2018, Xiangya Hospital of Central South University took the lead and joined with Beijing 301 Hospital and other five units to jointly carry out the “Research on Supporting Solutions for Integrated Medical Care” in the national key research and development plan “Active Health and Scientific Response to Aging”.

  Hu Jianzhong, deputy secretary of the Party Committee of Xiangya Hospital of Central South University and chief scientist of the project, introduced that the platform is the first in China to open up the entire chain of "medicine-health-medicine-health-care-inspection-nurture-education" through the entire chain of "Internet + medical care" The information platform can provide a series of applications such as the client for the elderly, the family of children, the professional service, the service management, and the platform supervision. At the same time, the Xiangya Hospital of Central South University has also joined hands with Changsha County to explore and create a "5G" that empowers primary medical institutions. The new service model of "Smart, Healthy and Elderly Care" provides services such as outpatient visits, mental comfort, and family hospital beds for the elderly in the grassroots home community, especially the elderly, empty nests, disabled and other key groups, on the basis of scientific assessment, to solve medical care. The last mile" puzzle.

  Up to now, the medical care platform has been connected to the intelligent medical history collection and pre-diagnosis of 35 common symptoms, community home mobile rapid inspection and testing for 25 common diseases and infectious diseases, and 47 specialties in ten categories including TCM nursing. Nursing and other digital primary health care and health education services.