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The first "Internet +" Chinese Medicine Innovation Forum was held
The first "Internet +" Chinese Medicine Innovation Forum was held in Beijing on July 5. Authorities from the Internet, Chinese medicine and investment communities have jointly explored the opportunities and challenges that the Internet brings to Chinese medicine. Ma Jianzhong, deputy director of the State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine and vice president of the Chinese Medicine Association, said that it is necessary to give full play to the advantages of "Internet +" and further strengthen the construction of secondary information platforms for Chinese medicine at the national level and related fields, through cloud computing and Internet of Things. Information technology such as big data makes the development of informatization of Chinese medicine cover the national TCM medical, teaching, scientific research institutions and Chinese medicine enterprises.
Ma Jianzhong believes that it is necessary to give full play to the advantages of "Internet +", promote the spread of Chinese medicine culture, strive to construct a new modern communication system of Chinese medicine culture, enrich the means of communication, innovate communication methods, and establish a diversified platform for the dissemination of Chinese medicine culture. The construction of medical culture will form a new carrier and accelerate the domestic and international spread of Chinese medicine culture. Through Internet medical treatment, we can improve the health service level of Chinese medicine, achieve "no disease first prevention", facilitate patients to treat in time, and then, under the guidance of doctors, formulate tailor-made care programs with Chinese medicine characteristics, truly "ill" After the defense, it is also of great significance to improve the ability and level of Chinese medicine services at the grassroots level.
The conference is divided into investment strategy, Internet + Chinese medicine big data, Internet + Chinese medicine industry, Internet + Chinese medicine entrepreneurship and other sectors. Hong Jing, deputy secretary-general of the Chinese Medicine Association, Yan Enxiang, a master of Chinese medicine, Tang Xudong, dean of the Xiyuan Hospital of China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences, Fu Jian, chief analyst of the computer industry of Guotai Junan Securities, and Guo Xiaoliang, co-founder of TCM Dream Technology, discussed the cross-border around these sectors.
The event was co-sponsored by the Chinese Medicine Association, the Ali Research Institute, and the China Business Culture Research Association.