The hottest wireless medicine comes to the public

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from the perspective of the new medical reform plan, the leading idea of the national medical system has changed from focusing on treatment to paying equal attention to treatment and prevention. Therefore, in the field of mass medical prevention, there are many urgent needs. The original medical information system is limited to the internal information management of the hospital. At present, it is facing the problem of how to expand to the outside. The wireless communication technology represented by 3G will play an increasingly important role. An industry expert who provides wireless medical solution consulting services for a hospital in Beijing said recently

the new medical reform plan proposes that governments at all levels are expected to invest 850billion yuan in medical reform within three years. According to industry estimates, the initial investment in the field of medical informatization alone is no less than 10billion yuan, which also brings new business opportunities to telecom operators. With the scale deployment of 3G networks and the establishment of an operation platform based on network convergence, operators have ushered in a rare opportunity to expand the extension of wireless medicine and provide mass wireless medical services

the existing network needs to be expanded

its market prospect is good. Compared with five years ago, the medical informatization construction of some domestic hospitals has made great progress. Most of the top three hospitals in China have realized the important role of medical informatization in improving service efficiency and service quality, and have adopted his and PCs hospital information management systems. Especially in recent years, wireless medicine has emerged and become an important part of medical information system. It is understood that in the early stage of wireless medicine, wireless local area technology was more used, mainly wireless local area +rfid to realize various combined applications, and PDA with special medical customized service function was widely used in terminals. It is understood that at present, about 20% of the tertiary hospitals in China have applied PDA and RFID technology to varying degrees

however, wireless local area network is basically used to deploy AP hotspots for wireless coverage in the medical area, and its main purpose is to meet the upgrading of information applications within the hospital. In the early stage of wireless medical informatization, there was little data pressure. This model can meet daily needs, but when hospitals need to develop more applications and use more terminals on this basis, contradictions appear. Industry experts said that the hospital building pattern is special, and the deployment of AP hotspots is less, which will produce a dead corner with weak coverage; If there are many AP hotspots deployed, interference is easy to occur. When the data pressure is high, the medical PDA terminal is frequently switched between multiple APS, which is prone to data packet loss and affects the safety of data transmission. Therefore, now a special wireless medical solution provider has proposed that the 3G mobile laboratory operators who want to introduce operators must be familiar with the basic working principle and functional characteristics of various accessories in the electronic universal experimental machine, and realize the upgrading of the wireless medical network with the indoor signal distribution system of the mobile base station, and develop a multi terminal medical information application based on network fusion

in addition, industry experts believe that the significance of wireless medical applications for the existing informatization of hospitals lies in that they can quickly help hospitals change from a hospital internal management system to a patient based clinical information system. More importantly, with the emergence of telemedicine needs in communities and remote areas, wireless medical information systems based on local areas urgently need to jump out of the hospital fence and come to the public

in the new medical reform plan, it is proposed to actively develop telemedicine for rural and remote areas. Telemedicine includes remote diagnosis, expert consultation, information service, inspection and remote communication, mainly involving three modules: video communication, consultation software and visualization. It is reported that the first phase of the national health information project on telemedicine consultation this year plans to invest more than 200million yuan. In addition, the construction of township hospitals and community health service stations is also the focus of the new medical reform. Rural residents can enjoy faster and more convenient medical services by using wireless communication technology, and realize the sharing of regional medical resources between communities and remote areas and grade III A hospitals. On this basis, electronic medical records and residents' health records have also become the basic information sources of medical informatization

the demand of the above-mentioned new medical reform has broken through the concept of informatization at the level of a single hospital, but has risen to the category of national medical informatization. In this regard, operators have irreplaceable advantages. In the 3G era, only operators with full advantages in the whole process can fully meet the needs of national medical informatization. It is reported that China Mobile, China Unicom and Chinatelecom have put forward preliminary wireless medical solutions from their own advantageous resources

since April, 2009, Beijing Emergency Center has officially launched the wireless video project based on China Mobile TD-SCDMA and applied it to the emergency ambulance, so that the staff of Beijing emergency center can accurately monitor the rescue situation in the emergency ambulance through wireless video at the first time and provide guidance for the scene. China Unicom has launched a telemedicine chronic disease monitoring system for family patients, which can provide real-time vital sign data such as pulse, blood pressure and blood glucose of home patients to designated hospitals, and provide automatic alarm services for abnormal states. In addition, China has also actively launched value-added services for wireless medicine. Its haoyuntong products are branded wireless medical value-added services specifically for pregnant women. Through low radiation CDMA, it provides information services such as prenatal education information, beauty care, meal matching, maternal and child collection, Mommy forum, mother interaction, entertainment, childcare diary, mother and baby mall, hospital inquiry, instant messaging, etc. to expectant mothers. At the same time, haoyuntong, customized and developed by telecom, can also solve the horizontal competition through the company's acquisition to realize the functions of infant fetal heart rate monitoring, radiation reminder, prenatal education music appreciation and so on

the combination of strong and strong is the trend

however, operators also have industrial weaknesses. Industry experts said that the combination of the whole process wireless medical solution framework provided by operators and the segmentation solutions provided by professional manufacturers is the development direction of medical informatization in the future. In this field, a lot of market space is being gradually tapped out

The development of 3G mobile broadband and mobile Internet has injected more personalized features into wireless medicine. For example, the integration of biometric technology and M2M technology has become a development trend of medical informatization. In foreign wireless medical solutions, personalized medical information management systems such as mobile clinical nursing solutions, identity authentication service platforms, patient tracking solutions, patient blood sample matching systems, clinical tracking systems, and M2M patient remote monitoring systems have been applied

on this basis, further refined personal medical services have also been put on the agenda, which are end-to-end user self diagnosis services and new medical terminals and services that automate self-treatment. These sci-fi telemedicine services may not become a reality

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