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Medical care is connected to industrial Internet

people who have long suffered from chronic diseases such as heart disease and hypertension are most afraid of sudden emergencies without signs. During the National Day holiday, I suddenly collapsed and fainted while taking my mother to lunch in the restaurant outside. In a burst of panic, I quickly put a dozen quick acting heart-saving pills into her mouth, and at the same time let my son call 120 or 999. In the restaurant, a man with glasses volunteered that he learned first aid. He turned his mother's body over and lay down, tied his collar button, took a pulse on his wrist, and asked loudly: can you hear me? When she saw her mother slowly open her eyes, the medical staff of 999 car had arrived. After quickly doing ECG, blood pressure measurement and other related emergency treatment, she was transported to the ambulance on a stretcher. I sat with my mother in the ambulance, and the medical staff gave her oxygen again. Looking at her face gradually ruddy, my anxious heart that had been hanging was finally calmed down

999 drove into the emergency room of the hospital, and the medical staff helped me send my mother to the emergency ward. Because my mother was 85 years old, there were two stents in her heart, and she fell down, so the doctor quickly did various examinations such as blood drawing and CT. From the registration of triage to the collection of test documents, the whole process is carried out in an orderly manner through the network. Am I really out? I remember that in the past, the process of taking cases to the nurse desk and waiting in line for the call has disappeared in the Third Hospital of Beijing Medical University

in the 40 minutes of waiting for the examination results, my update speed really made our wallet hold sit on the chairs in the crowded emergency hall. Finally, my relaxed brain remembered the medical care concept and practice cases in the era of industrial interconnection that General Electric has been advocating and promoting in recent years. Ge proposed that using innovative scientific and technological means to improve the operation process of the hospital, so as to improve the patient's medical experience, which is the ultimate dream of GE Healthcare in the era of industrial interconnection. The medical example I met during the National Day holiday is a small but very specific embodiment of industrial interconnection in its application

in the era of industrial interconnection, it is no longer troublesome to see a doctor. More intelligent medical equipment and connected information systems allow medical staff to obtain accurate data required for the whole process of medical treatment at any time, and use the energy saved by operating the equipment to care for patients, which will greatly shorten the waiting time for treatment. New technologies and connections brought about by industrial interconnection make data simple and accurate. The medical treatment process my mother and I experienced in the Third Hospital of Beijing Medical University is only the most basic application of industrial interconnection. I believe that in the future, more medical care will come from the popularization and application of industrial interconnection

Internet has entered China since 1994, and we have fully entered the Internet era. In our life, Internet is everywhere. Mobile Internet, social networking and e-commerce have greatly expanded the boundary and application scope of Internet, and all kinds of data are expanding rapidly. I see such a set of data. In a day, we can send 290billion emails and sell more than 300 smartphones. These data are quite large. It is estimated that the total amount of human data will reach 4trillion by 2020, which is about 47 times the total amount of all sand particles on the beach on the earth. By 2015, the Internet has entered China for 20 years, and the Internet penetration rate is close to 50%. Our national utilization rate has reached 83.4%, surpassing PC for the first time, and traditional industries are gradually moving closer to the Internet

building smart medicine was proposed by the newly established health and Family Planning Commission in 2013. The vision of the health and Family Planning Commission is that interconnection will be able to break through hospital resources, data sharing, change and greatly optimize medical and health services. Through the application of grass-roots doctor resources, knowledge resources, video communication resources and machines, the core of the medical industry architecture will be transferred to the Internet cloud platform. The future big data analysis and mining capabilities will completely subvert the entire model of medical research. Internet medicine will make it possible for users to make self diagnosis through case data, which will change the uneven medical conditions. Through the interconnected telemedicine, people can check at home and have wireless health detection facilities to monitor daily health conditions at any time

we need medical care. What problems do medical care face in the era of industrial interconnection? I think of several speeches made by Duan Xiaoying, President and CEO of General Electric Company (GE) in Greater China and President and CEO of GE Healthcare Group in the medical care conference in the era of industrial interconnection not long ago. I think her ideas and GE's specific practice in China have good reference value and reference function

in the era of industrial interconnection, the ecological chain is very important. The biggest challenge is the change of concept, because originally a closed hospital is a hospital, and manufacturers are manufacturers. The policy may be guiding, and has become an open system. GE Healthcare has done three aspects in the medical system this year. The first is mobile medicine for users. The second is big data analysis. Through intelligent analysis, how can we help our users solve some problems. The third possibility is to provide some service platforms. As GE, we are an integrated body. The solution is still a simple one, which is more related to its final landing. For a simple example, telemedicine can't be achieved by a third class hospital. How to solve the charges, how to solve the benefit distribution, how to solve the personnel arrangement, so these are actually in GE's solutions. Therefore, in order to truly provide telemedicine to users and the export amount in the first half of this year is not optimistic, Ge can provide a good solution to help hospitals plan the process, but the personnel planning and charging standard should be done by the government, hospitals and the whole ecosystem, which is the biggest challenge

to talk about the significance of industrial interconnection in medicine and China, we must first understand the problems and challenges of Chinese medicine. In fact, for China, the biggest challenge for the entire medical industry is the uneven distribution of medical resources. A large number of high-quality resources are concentrated in big cities, which has caused a problem. Large hospitals are very expensive to see doctors. In fact, the problem of large hospitals is how to improve production capacity and output, and share information in real time. For grass-roots hospitals, the problem is more about how to improve the ability of grass-roots doctors. In fact, in the past threeorfour years of medical reform, the government has invested a lot in hardware. If you go to see county-level hospitals and township hospitals today, in fact, its hardware level has been greatly improved. But the problem is that the software, that is, the ability of doctors themselves, is not enough. If you buy a device, it may not be used well. So these are two questions

for GE, when we are considering solutions, how to study its solutions to these problems. For large hospitals, how to make their existing data, on the basis of digitalization, make the machine more intelligent, and let it participate in the clinical or management decision-making process of today's hospitals. Internet is a platform for communication between people, but industrial Internet is a large number of data and machines, which already exist in hospitals, but it is dead. How to use it to live, make the machine smarter, guide doctors to improve efficiency in clinical and other aspects, and simplify operation is the direction of large hospitals. For grass-roots hospitals, how to improve their ability, whether it is remote ultrasound or remote ECG, is to let the hardware fall in the township, at the same time, the patient's diagnosis can be extracted in real time, and the image can be sent to the third-class hospital. When you don't need to leave the township hospital, you can find a treatment. So from this point of view, I think the right remedy is needed. Maybe we don't have the obvious feeling of uneven distribution of medical resources, but the changes in the third class A hospitals, so many patients will have trouble in this regard

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what's wrong with it? Sending it to the hospital immediately is the safe place that patients and their families immediately think of in the face of disease. Bid farewell to congestion, inefficiency, and miscellaneous. Whether it's big data or cloud computing, industrial interconnection must be activated and tailored to the case in order to provide better services for medical workers and patients

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