WORKGROUP 72
SEPTBEMBER 28, 2017

CHINA: mHEALTH & CROSS-BOARDER MEDICAL SERVICES





WORKGROUP 72
SEPTBEMBER 28, 2017

CHINA: mHEALTH & CROSS-BOARDER MEDICAL SERVICES

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Healthcare universally lags behind other fields in innovation. Information and communication technologies in mHealth and virtual medicine are already changing the daily reality of the average citizen of the People's Republic of China. The range of needs that social networks are capable of meeting is expanding fast, and WeChat and QQ are only the beginning. The market is catching on - in the first half of 2016, the volume of private investment in digital care has already exceeded $1,4B. Healthy ageing and life extension technologies, coupled with the hope for the state support in advancing these fields continue to attract a lot of attention from businesses and investors.

mHealth is an expression of the global societal focus on care delivery, both medically and economically, and in the People's Republic of China this field could incorporate the most disruptive technologies, challenging the existing models. There is no shortage of space to facilitate the growth - In 2016 the volume of the national market of medical services is ¥7B and is expected to exceed ¥10B in 2017 with 74.5% CAGR.

Previous family regulation policy was terminated in 2016, thus opening the gates for importing reproductive technologies and services in the area of the personal body-and-image design. The world is watching as the People's Republic of China is implementing systems of social rating. Would healthcare be an integral, constructive, innovative part of the project? Most other aspects of the system are already serviced via the Internet. Over 700 million citizens of the People's Republic of China already have access to Internet and 86% of them get on-line via their mobile phones.

The combination of the government support, the growing share of the middle class and advanced technologies present a new horizon of opportunities. Retrospectively, EY analytics agency's reports mark the growth of the private insurance market in the country from ¥1,5T in 2014 to ¥2.4T in 2015. In 2020, the market is expected to reach ¥5T. Mobile health app market in the last five years has also grown considerably, attracting investors.
Mobile technologies in biomedicine, including those in active development at "Skolkovo" Innovation Center are expected to expand the gamut of Russia-China cooperation in cross-boarder care delivery for the population of both countries.

AGENDA
1
One-Child Policy
the aging society
2
Chronic diseases
tumors, cardiovascular diseases, COPD,
metabolic syndrome
3
Medical Information Systems
Interoperability
safety, comprehensiveness, continuity,
cross-boarder compatibility
4
Access to Care
second opinon, export and import of medical services, auto-therapy
5
Chinese Medical Insurance Policy
Coverage
volume, underwriting, telematics
6
Digital Distribution of Care Instruments
on-line policy, digital prescription, consultation
7
Chinese Pharmacology
locally produced pharmaceuticals potential, internal and external barriers and triggers
8
Chinese IoMT
basic analytics, cyber-consultation, safety,
non-invasiveness, integration
9
Medical Service Certification
JCI, ISO
10
Standartization
national protocols, international compatibility and compliance
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THE PROGRAM OF SESSION 72 OF THE WORKGROUP FOR MEDICAL IT-SPECIALISTS
"VIRTUAL AND MOBILE MEDICINE"

CHINA: mHEALTH AND CROSS-BOARDER MEDICAL SERVICES

SEPTEMBER 28, 2017
13:00 registration open (auditorium 518)
14:00 opening and keynote addresses
Keynote Adresses
Peter Kuznetsov
Faculty of Healthcare Management and Economics, Science and Research Institute "Higher School of Economics", professor.
Vice-president of the National Association of Medical Informatics,
M.D., Ph.D.
pkuznetsov@hse.ru
Tatiana Komissarova
Dean of the Science and Research Institute "Higher School of Economics", Ph.D., MBA, professor

tkomissarova@hse.ru
SPEAKERS
KEYNOTE ADDRESS FROM CHINA MEDICAL INFORMATICS ASSOCIATION AND CHINA TELEMEDICINE ASSOCIATION
Emmett Huang
China Telemedicine Association (CTA), VP for International Affairs
China Medical Informatics Association (CMIA), International Affairs representative
THE 16TH WORLD CONGRESS ON MEDICAL AND HEALTH INFORMATICS MEDINFO 2017 (HANGZHOU, CHINA, AUGUST 2017) – REVIEW, PART I
Chebotaev, Konstantin
konstantin.chebotaev@gmail.com
National Association of Medical Informatics, VP for International Affairs
THE 16TH WORLD CONGRESS ON MEDICAL AND HEALTH INFORMATICS MEDINFO 2017 (HANGZHOU, CHINA, AUGUST 2017) – REVIEW, PART II
Shifrin, Mikhail
shifrin@nsi.ru
Burdenko Neurosurgery Scientific Institute, Head of Medical IT Laboratory
STANDARDIZATION OF MEDICAL SERVICES IN RUSSIA IN THE CONTEXT OF CROSS-BORDER CARE: STATUS QUO AND STRATEGIC DEVELOPMENT
Kalinichenko, Vladimir
kvi_krd@mail.ru
OOO "Medical Computer Technologies", Director
BRICS: RUSSIAN FEDERATION + PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
Natenzon, Mikhail
rsmu@rsmu.ru
Research and Development Center "National Telemedicine Agency", Director-General
RUSSIAN MEDICAL TOURISM ASSOCIATION (RMTA), INTERNATIONAL VERTICAL OF PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS. RUSSIAN MEDICAL SERVICE EXPORTS
Platonov, Igor
platonov@rmta.ru
Russian Medical Tourism Association (RMTA), President
SOCIAL RATING SYSTEM IN THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA: CAN THE COLLECTED DATA BE USED FOR HEALTH AND WELLNESS PURPOSES?
E Van
e.van1989@yandex.com
Advisor Director General, "Portal RAMN". Project manager, Asia-Pacific region.
PROMOTING SERVICES PROVIDED BY RUSSIAN COMPANIES IN PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
Orlov, Yaroslav
yaorlov@advertsolutions.ru
"Advertsolutions", General Director
DISCUSSION
Michael Shifrin
Medical Mathematics Laboratory,
Burdenko Scientific Research Institute of Neurosurgery,
Director
shifrin@nsi.ru
Dmitry Venediktov
The First Director of the Scientific Research Institute for Medical and Medico-Technical Information, MD, professor, Corresponding Fellow of the Russian Academy of Sciences
mz@mcramn.ru
RESOLUTIONS AND CLOSING ADDRESS
71

WORKGROUP SESSIONS HELD
4 528

EXPERTS ATTENDED WG SESSIONS
13

YEARS IN MEDICAL INFORMATICS
3

AREAS OF PROFESSIONAL FOCUS:
PREVENTIVE MEDICINE, TELEMEDICINE, MOBILE
MEDICINE
30

RESOLUTIONS FOR GOVERNANCE BODIES
5

PROFFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS
11, Myasnitskaya ultisa, auditorium 518 (elevator to 5th floor, further follow signs),
Moscow, Russia NATIONAL SCIENCE AND RESEARCH INSTITUTE "HIGHER SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS"

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