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Creating a specialist Hospital Think Tank.

Author: Liu Zhiyong From: Time: 2019/6/3 11:14:36 [Print]


  June 1st, 2019, The Eye Hospital of Wenzhou Medical University held the first-ever "Specialist Hospital Conference." China's continuing meteoric development and socio-economic changes have raised China's healthcare to new heights. However, these changes have also brought about changes in peoples lifestyles that have unfortunately given rise to new "unique diseases." In response to this issue, the number of specialists hospitals are increasing throughout China. To ensure these organizations can handle the threat these diseases bring, medical experts, policymakers, administrators discussed how to guide the development of specialist hospitals properly. 




  Mr. Xiang He, the assistant director of The National Health Commission of the People's Republic of China Bureau of Inspection and Supervision, expressed: "Amid this rapid development, supervision is facing a complicated situation. In past years, China is aiming to create a comprehensive monitoring system of not only medical institutions but of the entire healthcare industry. This supervision will is not limited to the approval of proposals but will use judicial, administrative, economic, and other supervision methods to oversee the whole process. The aim is to create an effective standardized supervision system."



  Mr. Xiang Zhun, the head of the National Health Commission of the People's Republic of China's Bureau of Medical Administration stated: "Healthcare quality is the level of care we can give patients with whatever technology and skills available to us according to medical ethics and standards of treatment. The focus of healthcare should change from disease treatment to the promotion of healthiness with patient safety has the highest priority all the while respecting their rights. Raising healthcare quality is critical to the operation of medical institutions and the assurance of satisfying patients healthcare needs. We intend to promote healthcare quality daily supervision and training of healthcare professionals. The tools we will use include big data and Artificial intelligence."



  Ms. Shan Lan Hui, the assistant director of the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences Institute of Medical Information's medical science evaluation laboratory, explained: "Although China is abundant with clinical research resources, China produces a rather small amount of the research breakthroughs. Overseas institutions still provide a large amount of the material setting the guidelines. The lack of research achievements is why medical technology evaluation is a necessary tool for promoting the development of medial technology. Not only is it crucial for providing medical technology information to healthcare administration organizations and research foundations, but it can help better evaluate achievements and create a proper guide for technological innovation."




  Dr. Wang Xing, The Chairman of the Chinese Stomological Association and head of the Peking University Hospital of Stomatology shared the state dentistry in China: "Among 2/3 of dental clinics in China privately owned. If stomtalogy's development in China continues as is, local and privately-run clinics will perform more basic dental treatments and carry out public education. Dental hospitals responsibility will mainly train dentists, treat and research complex oral diseases and conduct preventative research of common oral diseases. Dentistry looks forward to having the government place greater importance on it and changing the erroneous concept of emphasizing disease treatment and not disease prevention along with taking parts of primary dental care and including them in national healthcare insurance. Apart from this, dentistry also looks forward to the government strengthening civilian-run dental hospitals supervision to facilitate its standardized development, education, and continuing education, especially in western parts of China."




  Dr. Zhang Luan, the head of the Chinese Medical Association's Chinese Society of Plastic Surgery, and the assistant dean of Plastic Surgery Hospital(Institute), CAMS, PUMC, shared his experience in establishing the plastic surgery brand. He explained: "The best branding a hospital can have is marketing positioning and public recognition. Specialized hospitals should choose to cooperate with mainstream media, sort out the awareness of network-wide communication, use vibrant channels of communication, adopt various forms of communication, and widely disseminate expertise and display a dedication to public welfare. Hospitals should also continue to improve healthcare quality and services while also learning the media language and be up-to-date with hot topics in plastic surgery."



  Dr. Qu Jia dean of The Eye Hospital of Wenzhou Medical University and the assistant director fo the Chinese Medical association's Society of Ophthalmology introduced the Medicine and Education-in-one concept and shared his specialist hospital development experience. "We created a system that led to a series of innovations in vision health. We created a 'comprehensive eye treatment' which combines primary eye care and specialist diagnosis, realizing what we call 'one-stop' eye illness treatment. This treatment method promotes day surgery and improves services before, during, and after surgery. In terms of education, we had a significant breakthrough with the creation of the 'optometric medicine' major. We also place great importance on research conducting it on a large scale and through multiple institutions. Along with our breakthroughs in medicine, research, and education, we aim to create a system that also combines, product incubation, and industry into a cohesive body."




  Dr. Lu Fan, the chancellor of Wenzhou Medical University, shared: "Wenzhou Medical University is the product of a 100-year-long history. It currently has five affiliated hospitals, and 23 non-directly managed affiliated hospitals. Among them are The Eye Hospital of Wenzhou Medical University, a pediatric hospital, and a somatological hospital. We have accumulated a wealth of experience on our journey operating these hospitals. These hospitals have taken on the responsibility of fulfilling the average citizen's healthcare needs and the marketization of the medical field as well as setting an example for the direction policies that administrative bodies create should take.




  Ms. Lin Li, The assistant director of The Health Commission of Zhejiang Province's marketing department, said: "In terms of the speed of the development of specialty hospitals in Zhe Jiang, currently there are over 472 hospitals and 486000 healthcare personnel. Specialist medical resources are continually increasing, and technical capabilities are constantly improving, and Wenzhou Medical University is a leading example of this trend."




  Mr. Zhou Bing, the chief-editor of Health News, said: "Specialist hospitals can depend on their tremendous technological prowess and cutting-edge equipment to treat patients in their respective disciplines. General and specialist hospitals can collaborate to create a positive societal impact. However, despite favorable outcomes, there still exists a significant gap between our nations specialist hospitals ability to satisfy the masses healthcare demands and the healthcare offered by developed nations. The goal of this summit conference is to promote innovation in specialist hospital development and policy regulation and create a platform in which specialists, the general medical field, policymakers, and market professionals can have exchanges. The goal from these exchanges is to find solutions to the growing demands of healthcare and tackle a widening disease spectrum and encourage foundations to invest in specialist institution development."


  Health News hosted the conference by with The Eye Hospital of Wenzhou Medical University, The Stomatology Hospital of Wenzhou Medical University and the Wenzhou Heping International Hospital undertaking managing.  The summit touched upon developing hospitals in the following disciplines: ophthalmology, somatology, cosmetics. The experts came from the following organizations: The National Health Commission of the People's Republic of China Disease Control Department, West China College of Somatology Sichuan University, The National Health Commission of the People's Republic of China Supervision Center and other such experts to decide the future of specialist hospitals.


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