Editor’s note: This article comes from WeChat public account “7: 5 (ID: Asia7_5)”, 36 氪 released with permission.Next you will see: Vietnam Medical: Low starting point, development of large-scale Internet applications for medical applications. “Smart” medical care depends on the efforts of the entire population. Vietnam Medical: Low starting point, large development space. Vietnam has more than 90 million people.Taking off, Vietnamese people ’s living standards continue to improve, people are paying more and more attention to health, and people ’s demands for medical care are growing. However, Vietnam ’s own medical industry is not fully developed, so many Vietnamese people choose to go to Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur orSee a doctor in Singapore.However, in the past few years, the medical industry in Vietnam has actually improved significantly. Not only has almost 90% of the people already obtained medical insurance, but Vietnam’s disease model is also changing. The main health problems have changed from primaryMaternal and child health and infectious diseases have turned into chronic non-communicable diseases.In 2015, Hanoi’s Vinmec International Hospital also became the first general hospital in Vietnam to be accredited by the International Joint Commission (JCI).This not only means that Vietnam’s living conditions and health concept are gradually improving, but also means that Vietnam’s medical standards have improved.However, new challenges and many unavoidable problems often appear on the road of striding forward. For example, medical conditions in Vietnam are still limited and medical equipment is not advanced enough. Even in Vietnam’s best public hospitals, overcrowding is a huge, Not to mention the serious shortage of medical staff in mountainous and remote areas.Source: MONK’S HILL VENTURES According to a report from MONK’S HILL, the average number of doctors per 1,000 people in Vietnam is less than one.In addition to placing tremendous pressure on health care workers, this also means that beds are often inadequate and that some patients previously had to share beds.So although Vietnam ’s public health care industry is improving, there is a lot of room for development in many areas due to the low starting point.With the support of the government for the first time medical applications experienced on the Internet, the scale of the Vietnamese medical market has been expanding and its medical system has undergone tremendous changes.Therefore, with the improvement of medical literacy and the enhancement of digital innovation capabilities, Vietnamese consumers are becoming more and more interested in health applications.GlobeDr, Vietnam’s first healthcare social networking site, connects patients with care providers and provides patients with tools to manage their personal health records.In Vietnam, where medical literacy is gradually improved, the emergence of such digital applications may bring some inspiration to the people.Digital personal health records can gradually cultivate the public’s awareness of health, from children’s development milestones, vaccination schedules and records, to adult blood pressure and blood glucose tracking indicators, all of which give users a goodOpportunities for living habits and an environment that creates a healthy life.In addition, in the face of a shortage of qualified medical staff in Vietnam, the application can be used to make online appointment consultations to connect patients and medical staff, and also save some trouble of queuing.At the same time, although the Vietnamese government has implemented reforms to improve access to health care for the poor, the country still faces the problem of unequal information caused by the wealth gap. To this end, GlobeDr also provides articles on health knowledge, which is lacking in medical knowledge.Is extremely important for the average family.”Smart” medical care depends on the efforts of the entire people. From the perspective of the market and users, with the support of the government and many people who cannot be fully satisfied, the development of the Vietnamese medical industry will definitely be strong.On February 11 this year, the Ministry of Health of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam officially opened the first smart medical center in Vietnam. At present, the first “Smart Medical Center” in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam contains 12 parts of basic content: each subordinate hospital, managementData collection system for departments and clinics; intelligent meeting management software; work schedule management software; integrated system of media and social platforms; and medical emergency hotline; monitoring center; telemedicine and so on.This all means that after people’s medical awareness is established, with the advancement of science, the future development of medical care in Vietnam will all point to a more modern and digital medical system.However, at present, the medical industry in Vietnam has not yet formed a unified market operation mechanism and market system. Not only is it highly malleable, it also has a lot of gameplay, and multiple modes are allowed to play.For example, the “Internet + Medical” telemedicine service supports digital doctors to provide virtual care, and also establishes a more comprehensive medical network, connecting more resources together, which helps current resources.Improves imbalanced medical conditions under limited circumstances and accelerates the development of healthcare.There is also a “big data + wearable medical device” model to monitor the wearer’s physical parameters, monitor health-related data, detect physical abnormalities early, investigate and intervene appropriately in real time, and promote the development of a healthy lifestyle.However, while continuously developing models, modern medical care will also require a large amount of investment. This vision cannot be achieved without funds. The same government also needs to encourage people to invest and start businesses, and use innovative business models combined with the right technology.Make Vietnam’s medical market more active.Therefore, both Vietnamese healthcare professionals and the government must take health improvement as a common goal in order to usher in another spring of Vietnamese medical care.Text | 云 晞 @ 36 氪 出海 图 | Visual China.
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