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The 13th Five-Year Plan for the Development of Traditional Chinese Medicine

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             The main development goals of the 13th Five-Year Plan

On August 11, the "13th Five-Year Plan for the Development of Traditional Chinese Medicine" was released, which clarified the guiding ideology, basic principles and development goals of Chinese medicine development in the next five years. It is proposed that by 2020, everyone will enjoy basic Chinese medicine services. The development of Chinese medicine, health care, scientific research, education, industry and culture has taken a new step, and the standardization, informationization, industrialization and modernization have been continuously improved. The availability and accessibility of health services have been significantly improved. The ability of Chinese medicine to prevent and treat diseases and academics has been greatly improved. The talent training system has been basically established. The Chinese medicine industry has become one of the important pillars of the national economy. The legal system, standard system, supervision system and policy system conforming to the laws governing the development of Chinese medicine have been basically established, and the management system of Chinese medicine has become more complete, making new contributions to building a healthy China and building a well-off society in an all-round way.

 

The plan is to comprehensively and thoroughly implement the guidelines, policies, and decision-making arrangements for the Party Central Committee and the State Council to revitalize and develop Chinese medicine, according to the Outline of the Thirteenth Five-Year Plan for National Economic and Social Development of the People's Republic of China and the Outline of the Strategic Plan for the Development of Chinese Medicine ( 2016-2030), organized by the State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine to prepare the "13th Five-Year Plan for the Development of Traditional Chinese Medicine", and fully solicited the opinions of the members of the Inter-Ministerial Joint Conference of Chinese Medicine.

 

According to the plan, the main development indicators of the “13th Five-Year Plan” will reach 4,867 Chinese medicine hospitals by 2020, the total number of Chinese medicine practitioners will reach 1.349 billion, and the number of practicing Chinese medicine practitioners (assistant) will reach 694,800. The main business income of enterprises above industrial scale was 1,582.3 billion yuan, and the number of students enrolled in Chinese medicine majors in colleges and universities was 950,600.

 

The 13th Five-Year Plan for the Development of Traditional Chinese Medicine proposes nine key tasks:

 

First, vigorously develop Chinese medical services. We will improve the traditional Chinese medicine medical service system with public TCM medical institutions as the leading, non-public TCM medical institutions, and grassroots Chinese medicine service capabilities. By 2020, the number of Chinese medicine services provided by non-public Chinese medicine institutions will reach 20%, and all community health service agencies, township health centers and 70% village clinics have Chinese medicine service capabilities. More than 85% of community health service centers and more than 70% of township health centers set up traditional Chinese medicine comprehensive service areas (TCM), and the proportion of TCM diagnosis and treatment accounts for 30% of total medical treatment. A Chinese medicine practitioner who is allowed to obtain a rural doctor's practice certificate will open a Chinese medicine clinic in towns and villages. Promote the integration of Chinese and Western medicine, promote the development of ethnic medicine, and expand the rehabilitation services of Chinese medicine.

 

The second is to accelerate the development of TCM health care services. Form a network of TCM health care services developed by TCM health care institutions and medical and health institutions. All the above-level Chinese medicine hospitals have established no medical departments, 30% of the maternal and child health service institutions provide treatment services, and all community health service agencies, township health centers, and 50% village clinics carry out TCM health intervention services. Promote the construction of a group of standardized, professional, and large-scale development of TCM health care bases.

 

The third is to promote the inheritance and innovation of Chinese medicine. Implemented the inheritance project of Chinese medicine and compiled the "Chinese Medical Collection". Establish a traditional knowledge list database and a protection mining platform to form a traditional knowledge protection system in China. To carry out research on the prevention and treatment of major diseases such as malignant tumors and cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases. Promote the construction of the National TCM Clinical Research Center and the National TCM Clinical Research Base (including ethnic medicine bases). Establish 3~5 international traditional medicine research cooperation platforms and promote 8~10 high-level Chinese medicine international science and technology cooperation projects.

 

The fourth is to strengthen the construction of the talent team. Basically, the three-stage organic connection of college education, post-graduate education, and continuing education, and the continuous education system of Chinese medicine talents throughout the education system. Consolidate the team of Chinese medicine professionals at the grassroots level, promote the cultivation of high-level Chinese medicine talents, and promote the training of Chinese medicine health service technology skills. At the same time, improve the incentive mechanism for talent evaluation.

 

The fifth is to promote Chinese medicine culture. Promote the essence of Chinese medicine culture. Dig deep into the cultural connotation of Chinese medicine, publicize the core values ​​and concepts of Chinese medicine culture, and strengthen the promotion of Chinese medicine culture and knowledge. Promote 20~30 Chinese medicine projects into the national intangible cultural heritage list, and strive to include one or two Chinese medicine projects in the “List of Representatives of Human Intangible Cultural Heritage” or “World Memory List”.

 

The sixth is to promote the protection and development of Chinese medicine. Strengthen the protection and utilization of Chinese medicine resources. Establish a system for the protection of traditional Chinese medicine germplasm resources. Establish a resource monitoring network covering the main producing areas of Chinese herbal medicines. Relying on existing resources, we will explore the establishment of a local Chinese herbal medicine certification system. Establish a quality management and quality traceability system for the whole process of production and circulation of Chinese herbal medicines. Promote the green development of Chinese herbal medicine cultivation and breeding industry, and promote the transformation and upgrading of Chinese medicine industry.

 

The seventh is to expand the new format of Chinese medicine services. All the above-level Chinese medicine hospitals carry out different forms of cooperation with the old-age care institutions. The government actively guided, strengthened the role of the market, promoted the deep integration of tourism and Chinese medicine health service industry, and initially established China's traditional Chinese medicine health tourism industry system.

 

Eighth is to promote the modernization of the governance system and governance capacity. Promote the promulgation and implementation of the "Traditional Chinese Medicine Law" and promote the revision of the regulations on the protection of Chinese medicine varieties. Establish and improve the Chinese medicine policy system. Implement the standardization project of traditional Chinese medicine, focusing on the formulation, promotion and application of basic standards, technical operation specifications and efficacy evaluation standards for traditional Chinese medicine. Accelerate the construction of information technology for Chinese medicine and strengthen the construction of the supervision system for Chinese medicine.

 

Nine is to actively promote the overseas development of Chinese medicine. Formulate and implement the “One Belt and One Road” development plan for Chinese medicine, and build 20 to 30 overseas Chinese medicine centers that integrate medical and medical care, health care, education, scientific research, cultural communication and industry. Support qualified Chinese medicine institutions to set up Chinese medicine service trade institutions at home and abroad.

 

To ensure the smooth completion of various tasks. The 13th Five-Year Plan for the Development of Traditional Chinese Medicine also requires the establishment and improvement of a national, provincial, municipal and county-level TCM management system and the improvement of the inter-ministerial joint conference system for Chinese TCM work. Increase government input, and focus on supporting the development of traditional Chinese medicine services and infrastructure construction of public Chinese medicine hospitals.On August 11, the "13th Five-Year Plan for the Development of Traditional Chinese Medicine" was released, which clarified the guiding ideology, basic principles and development goals of Chinese medicine development in the next five years. It is proposed that by 2020, everyone will enjoy basic Chinese medicine services. The development of Chinese medicine, health care, scientific research, education, industry and culture has taken a new step, and the standardization, informationization, industrialization and modernization have been continuously improved. The availability and accessibility of health services have been significantly improved. The ability of Chinese medicine to prevent and treat diseases and academics has been greatly improved. The talent training system has been basically established. The Chinese medicine industry has become one of the important pillars of the national economy. The legal system, standard system, supervision system and policy system conforming to the laws governing the development of Chinese medicine have been basically established, and the management system of Chinese medicine has become more complete, making new contributions to building a healthy China and building a well-off society in an all-round way.

 

The plan is to comprehensively and thoroughly implement the guidelines, policies, and decision-making arrangements for the Party Central Committee and the State Council to revitalize and develop Chinese medicine, according to the Outline of the Thirteenth Five-Year Plan for National Economic and Social Development of the People's Republic of China and the Outline of the Strategic Plan for the Development of Chinese Medicine ( 2016-2030), organized by the State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine to prepare the "13th Five-Year Plan for the Development of Traditional Chinese Medicine", and fully solicited the opinions of the members of the Inter-Ministerial Joint Conference of Chinese Medicine.

 

According to the plan, the main development indicators of the “13th Five-Year Plan” will reach 4,867 Chinese medicine hospitals by 2020, the total number of Chinese medicine practitioners will reach 1.349 billion, and the number of practicing Chinese medicine practitioners (assistant) will reach 694,800. The main business income of enterprises above industrial scale was 1,582.3 billion yuan, and the number of students enrolled in Chinese medicine majors in colleges and universities was 950,600.

 

The 13th Five-Year Plan for the Development of Traditional Chinese Medicine proposes nine key tasks:

 

First, vigorously develop Chinese medical services. We will improve the traditional Chinese medicine medical service system with public TCM medical institutions as the leading, non-public TCM medical institutions, and grassroots Chinese medicine service capabilities. By 2020, the number of Chinese medicine services provided by non-public Chinese medicine institutions will reach 20%, and all community health service agencies, township health centers and 70% village clinics have Chinese medicine service capabilities. More than 85% of community health service centers and more than 70% of township health centers set up traditional Chinese medicine comprehensive service areas (TCM), and the proportion of TCM diagnosis and treatment accounts for 30% of total medical treatment. A Chinese medicine practitioner who is allowed to obtain a rural doctor's practice certificate will open a Chinese medicine clinic in towns and villages. Promote the integration of Chinese and Western medicine, promote the development of ethnic medicine, and expand the rehabilitation services of Chinese medicine.

 

The second is to accelerate the development of TCM health care services. Form a network of TCM health care services developed by TCM health care institutions and medical and health institutions. All the above-level Chinese medicine hospitals have established no medical departments, 30% of the maternal and child health service institutions provide treatment services, and all community health service agencies, township health centers, and 50% village clinics carry out TCM health intervention services. Promote the construction of a group of standardized, professional, and large-scale development of TCM health care bases.

 

The third is to promote the inheritance and innovation of Chinese medicine. Implemented the inheritance project of Chinese medicine and compiled the "Chinese Medical Collection". Establish a traditional knowledge list database and a protection mining platform to form a traditional knowledge protection system in China. To carry out research on the prevention and treatment of major diseases such as malignant tumors and cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases. Promote the construction of the National TCM Clinical Research Center and the National TCM Clinical Research Base (including ethnic medicine bases). Establish 3~5 international traditional medicine research cooperation platforms and promote 8~10 high-level Chinese medicine international science and technology cooperation projects.

 

The fourth is to strengthen the construction of the talent team. Basically, the three-stage organic connection of college education, post-graduate education, and continuing education, and the continuous education system of Chinese medicine talents throughout the education system. Consolidate the team of Chinese medicine professionals at the grassroots level, promote the cultivation of high-level Chinese medicine talents, and promote the training of Chinese medicine health service technology skills. At the same time, improve the incentive mechanism for talent evaluation.

 

The fifth is to promote Chinese medicine culture. Promote the essence of Chinese medicine culture. Dig deep into the cultural connotation of Chinese medicine, publicize the core values ​​and concepts of Chinese medicine culture, and strengthen the promotion of Chinese medicine culture and knowledge. Promote 20~30 Chinese medicine projects into the national intangible cultural heritage list, and strive to include one or two Chinese medicine projects in the “List of Representatives of Human Intangible Cultural Heritage” or “World Memory List”.

 

The sixth is to promote the protection and development of Chinese medicine. Strengthen the protection and utilization of Chinese medicine resources. Establish a system for the protection of traditional Chinese medicine germplasm resources. Establish a resource monitoring network covering the main producing areas of Chinese herbal medicines. Relying on existing resources, we will explore the establishment of a local Chinese herbal medicine certification system. Establish a quality management and quality traceability system for the whole process of production and circulation of Chinese herbal medicines. Promote the green development of Chinese herbal medicine cultivation and breeding industry, and promote the transformation and upgrading of Chinese medicine industry.

 

The seventh is to expand the new format of Chinese medicine services. All the above-level Chinese medicine hospitals carry out different forms of cooperation with the old-age care institutions. The government actively guided, strengthened the role of the market, promoted the deep integration of tourism and Chinese medicine health service industry, and initially established China's traditional Chinese medicine health tourism industry system.

 

Eighth is to promote the modernization of the governance system and governance capacity. Promote the promulgation and implementation of the "Traditional Chinese Medicine Law" and promote the revision of the regulations on the protection of Chinese medicine varieties. Establish and improve the Chinese medicine policy system. Implement the standardization project of traditional Chinese medicine, focusing on the formulation, promotion and application of basic standards, technical operation specifications and efficacy evaluation standards for traditional Chinese medicine. Accelerate the construction of information technology for Chinese medicine and strengthen the construction of the supervision system for Chinese medicine.

 

Nine is to actively promote the overseas development of Chinese medicine. Formulate and implement the “One Belt and One Road” development plan for Chinese medicine, and build 20 to 30 overseas Chinese medicine centers that integrate medical and medical care, health care, education, scientific research, cultural communication and industry. Support qualified Chinese medicine institutions to set up Chinese medicine service trade institutions at home and abroad.

 

To ensure the smooth completion of various tasks. The 13th Five-Year Plan for the Development of Traditional Chinese Medicine also requires the establishment and improvement of a national, provincial, municipal and county-level TCM management system and the improvement of the inter-ministerial joint conference system for Chinese TCM work. Increase government input, and focus on supporting the development of traditional Chinese medicine services and infrastructure construction of public Chinese medicine hospitals.