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The following is the White paper on Internet of things for healthcare 2020 From Wuxi Institute of medical Internet of things & eggshell Research Institute recommended by recordtrend.com. And this article belongs to the classification: Health care, Internet of things, research report.
Medical Internet of things (mioT) is an important application field of IOT technology in medical and health industry. With the full integration and application of the leading technologies such as big data, Internet plus, block chain, the medical health Internet of things is showing more powerful influence and vitality, and plays an important supporting role in promoting the deepening of the medical and health system reform, accelerating the construction of healthy China and promoting the development of medical health industry.
In the outbreak of the new epidemic at the beginning of the year, the Internet of things for medical and health has been widely used in epidemic prevention and played a huge role. This reflects the great potential of the Internet of things for health care.
The 2020 white paper jointly released by Wuxi medical Internet of things Research Institute and arterial network eggshell Research Institute has made innovation and improvement on the basis of the first two editions in 2016 and 2018. The content covers the overview, policy environment, infrastructure and industry ecology, future development trend and suggestions of the Internet of things for medical and health. At the same time, it also publishes innovative application cases of the Internet of things for medical and health, involving intelligent clinic, intelligent patient service, intelligent management and remote health, etc., showing all kinds of applications of the Internet of things in all aspects and fields Fruit.
The following are excerpts from the white paper.
Chapter one: overview of the Internet of things for medical and health
With the passage of time and the development of technology, the medical industry has increasingly found the important role of the medical and health Internet of things, and has evolved a variety of applications. But in the final analysis, it is mainly to achieve the following aspects of intelligent management, namely, intelligent personnel management, intelligent equipment management, intelligent medical process, intelligent supply chain management, intelligent medical waste management Energy and intelligent health management.
As early as 1999, when the concept of Internet of things was put forward, China began the corresponding research and development, and took the lead in proposing the top-level standards. By the end of 2019, China has become the largest Internet of things market in the world.
In the recent new epidemic, the medical and health Internet of things has demonstrated its great role in the field of public health. At the same time, since March 2020, China has successively issued “new infrastructure” related policies, involving almost all seven fields closely related to the Internet of things technology.
The development of any industry cannot leave the influence of multiple factors. According to experience, the rapid development of the industry needs the pull of the “five carriages” of standards, technology, policy, market and capital. Medical and health Internet of things industry can not be immune. The white paper discusses the “five carriages” involved in the Internet of things of medical and health one by one.
Chapter 2: infrastructure and technology of medical and health Internet of things
As a branch of the Internet of things, the network infrastructure of the Internet of things still follows the basic architecture of the Internet of things. In the ITU-T y.4000y.2060 overview of the Internet of things, the Telecommunication Standardization Department of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) divides the Internet of things into four layers: device layer (perception layer), network layer, business support and application support layer (platform layer) and application layer.
Also known as the Internet of things (IOT) and health perception layer (IOT) can improve the perception of health features. It is composed of sensor hardware including RFID and various intelligent sensors, as well as the corresponding data perception and acquisition protocol; it is used to realize remote communication and control, and uses a variety of physiological signal acquisition methods such as RFID, one-dimensional code, two-dimensional code, sensor and GPS to complete the collection of medical information.
The role of the network layer is to connect all objects and allow the device to transmit and share information with other devices in the network. The network layer of medical and health Internet of things is actually a heterogeneous network, including access network and transmission network, respectively to achieve the access of Internet of things equipment and information transmission between devices.
The platform layer plays a key role in the Internet of things architecture. The core of platform layer is middleware technology, which needs to meet the unified service specification. The hardware and software platform of middleware can be reused, which provides a low-cost platform for the Internet of things and plays the function of seamless integration of Internet of things services and applications.
The application layer is the top layer of the IOT architecture, and it is also the significant feature and core of IOT. Wearable, artificial intelligence, big data, cloud computing and homeization are the future development trends of application layer.
Chapter 3: analysis of main standards of medical and health Internet of things
There are ISO, ITU, Institute of electrical and electronic engineers and HL7. In recent years, relevant standards organizations are actively formulating technical standards related to the Internet of things for medical and health, and have made a lot of progress.
In August 2018, led by China, and voted by 33 Member States, ISO / IEC 30141 IOT reference architecture became the first international standard project of the top-level architecture of the Internet of things in the world. The international standard specifies the characteristics of IOT system, conceptual model, reference model, reference architecture view (functional view, system view, network view, usage view, etc.), as well as the credibility of IOT.
At present, there are several group standards, industry standards and local standards in China’s medical and health Internet of things. Relevant units are constantly improving and promoting the formulation of standards. The goal is to launch corresponding national standards as soon as possible in the future. There are also some standards in the health industry that define the relevant requirements of the Internet of things for medical and health.
The Information Standards Committee of National Health Standards Commission (hereinafter referred to as health information standards committee) is a professional committee under the health standards committee of the National Health Commission. It is responsible for the formulation and revision of national health information standards, technical review, publicity and training, application supervision and management, academic exchanges and international cooperation. At present, the health information standards committee has issued several industry standards related to the Internet of things for medical and health.
Chinese medical information and big data association (chmia) is a national first-class society under the supervision of the National Health Commission. The T / Chia group standard is formulated and released by China health information and health care big data society. In 2019, China health information and health care big data society released eight standards of medical and health Internet of things such as t / Chia 13-t / Chia 14.7 on the national group standard information platform.
Wuxi medical Internet of things Research Institute was jointly built by the statistical information center of the former national health and Family Planning Commission and Wuxi Municipal Government in March 2013 to jointly promote the deep integration and development of national medical and health industry and local Internet of things industry. The formulation of some standards in China is promoted by Wuxi medical Internet of things Research Institute. At present, the research institute is undertaking the research and development of the National Health Commission’s “medical and health Internet of things information standard framework”.
Chapter four: analysis of the main policies of medical and health Internet of things
Policy is an important driving force for the development of medical and health Internet of things. On April 8, 2005, the World Summit on the information society (WSIS) was held in Geneva. The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) specially established an international expert working group on ubiquitous network society as a permanent advisory body of the Internet of things. This year, the United States began to deploy RFID systems to track medical patients, staff and equipment information.
At present, the United States, the European Union, Japan and South Korea are the countries and regions with more research and application of Internet of things in the world. After the outbreak of the economic crisis in 2008, these countries and regions have taken the emerging industry as an important measure to deal with the crisis, and accelerated the development plan and action pace based on the Internet of things.
China also attaches great importance to the Internet of things. Since Premier Wen Jiabao proposed “perceiving China” in August 2009, the Internet of things has been officially listed as one of the five emerging strategic industries of the country, and was written into the “government work report” for the first time in 2010. In the following years, China has issued “China Internet of things white paper (2011)”, “the 12th Five Year Plan for the development of the Internet of things”, “special action plan for the development of the Internet of things” and other policies.
In addition to the promotion of the new infrastructure policy, the health management departments also standardize the Internet of things construction of medical institutions in the form of standards and policies. In October 2016, the CPC Central Committee and the State Council issued the “healthy China 2030” outline, and deployed to comprehensively promote the implementation of the healthy China strategy. It clearly proposed that we should standardize and promote the “Internet plus health care” service, and innovate the Internet health care service mode.
In order to deeply analyze the impact of policies on the Internet of things for medical and health, arterial orange statistics and analyzes the relevant policies of Internet of things issued by the state and local governments since 2010.
Based on these policies, eggshell Research Institute proposed the pyramid model of policy analysis, analyzed the policy purpose, spatial dimension, time dimension and policy content, trying to understand the policy purpose of each stage and the content of national and local policy linkage, so as to provide comprehensive policy reference guide for industry participants.
At present, China has made remarkable achievements in the policy environment construction of medical and health Internet of things. China has become one of the most active regions in the development of the Internet of things in the world by actively carrying out technology research and development, industry demonstration and application and formulating relevant national standards.
Chapter 5: the market and capital environment of the Internet of things in recent years
With the rapid development of the Internet of things market, the global medical and health Internet of things market scale is also rising. In 2017, the global medical and health IOT market scale reached US $41.2 billion, with an average annual compound growth rate of 30.8%. According to this growth trend, the market size of the global health Internet of things is expected to reach US $158.1 billion in 2022.
According to the calculation, the investment of medical institutions in the Internet of things for medical and health in 2018 is expected to be 37.54 billion yuan. It is estimated that the market scale of the Internet of things of medical institutions in 2020 will be 50.55 billion yuan. It is estimated that the market scale of medical and health Internet of things in China will reach 67.97 billion yuan in 2022, with an annual compound growth rate of 16.1% from 2018 to 2022.
In addition to in hospital applications, the off hospital applications based on wearable medical and health equipment are equally important in the medical and health Internet of things. According to the data, the market scale of wearable medical devices in China was only 1.2 billion yuan in 2015, and it is expected to exceed 12.2 billion yuan in 2020, with a 5-year compound growth rate of 18%. According to this growth rate, its market size will reach 16.59 billion yuan in 2022.
As medical and health wearable devices mainly represent the off hospital applications, and most of them belong to the category of medical health Internet of things. Therefore, the market scale of the whole medical and health Internet of things can be roughly estimated by superimposing the market scale of the hospital medical and health Internet of things and the medical and health wearable market scale.
In order to explore the practical application of the Internet of things for medical and health in hospitals, eggshell Research Institute collected bidding procurement samples of Internet of things for medical and health in 2019 and 2020 (up to the end of July 2020) from China government procurement network and 31 provincial and municipal government procurement networks (excluding Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan).
Medical and health investment and financing events have always been an important concern of medical industry participants. Taking January 2018 to July 2020 as the analysis interval, we screened out the effective domestic and foreign medical and health Internet of things related investment and financing data through mining and cleaning the arterial orange investment and financing data, and through the basic analysis and cross analysis of amount, round, time, financing enterprise location and other dimensions, we found the changing development trend of the medical and health Internet of things industry.
Chapter six: analysis of the development of China’s medical and health Internet of things industry
According to the four layer infrastructure of the medical and health Internet of things, we can divide the industrial ecological chain into six links, namely chip, sensor, wireless module, network operation, platform service, software and hardware development and system integration application.
In the process of standard formulation, Industry Association (Alliance) has always played an important role. At present, China has formed some influential IOT alliances, which play a core role in standard formulation and technology promotion.
Jiangsu Province is an area where the Internet of things industry in China started earlier and is relatively concentrated. Wuxi in Jiangsu Province is also known as “the city of China’s Internet of things”, which has many advantages, such as talent, market, technology and so on. In the construction of industrial funds, Wuxi City also attaches great importance to it, and started earlier.
According to the data of arterial orange, we collected hundreds of medical and health IOT enterprises, and drew the corporate map of medical and health IOT enterprises according to the application scenarios. These medical and health IOT enterprises are set up to solve the problems of different medical pain points, real-time monitoring of patients and disease prevention.
In the past, China’s breakthroughs in many industries have proved that the huge domestic market scale is enough to ensure the survival and development of domestic enterprises, and gradually improve the technical level. Therefore, under the premise of giving certain support, over time, Chinese enterprises will have a chance to catch up with the international advanced level in the sensor of medical and health Internet of things.
Chapter 7: Perspective of application scenarios of Internet of things in medical and health
According to the different application objects of the Internet of things for medical and health, we can divide the application scenarios into four categories, namely smart clinic, smart patient service, smart management and remote health.
The main object of intelligent clinical service is nurses. On the basis of hospital information system, the use of mobile terminal equipment to realize the application of Internet of things in clinical nursing management of ward. Starting from the clinical work path of nurses, it covers nursing management, intelligent collection of vital signs, information interconnection and other aspects, so as to help nursing staff get the latest information of patients in time, so as to provide perfect services and enable nurses to change from non nursing Take off from the work and truly “leave time for nurses and return nurses to patients”.
Intelligent clinical application scenarios include medical emergency management, mobile nursing management, infusion monitoring management, intelligent ward and bedside intelligent interaction.
In the medical service activities, the application scenarios of smart patient service include hospital navigation, personnel positioning, alarm and help seeking. It is convenient to locate the patient in real time, locate the patient’s movement area in real time, locate the patient’s movement in real time, and manage the patient’s location accurately.
Specifically speaking, the personnel positioning system belongs to the scope of the hospital’s personnel positioning system.
Due to the large scale and variety of modern hospital assets, the traditional asset management mode has been difficult to adapt to the management needs. In order to improve the efficiency of asset management and asset utilization, and ensure the safety of hospital assets, intelligent management system based on Internet of things technology was born.
The application scenarios of intelligent management include intelligent logistics management, hospital materials and logistics management, and hospital medical waste management.
With the promotion of policies and the development of economic level, health services have changed: first, the medical content extends from disease treatment services to rehabilitation medical services; second, the extension of medical scenarios, such as telemedicine, community medicine and family health, has been extended from hospital treatment. In the family and community environment, the vital signs information of patients can be tracked and collected in real time by configuring vital signs monitoring instruments in the family and setting up “health hut” in the community. The health data are automatically uploaded to the Internet of things cloud platform, and the data are fed back to the community hospital, family doctor or relevant guardian. Through system analysis, medical personnel can clear the vital signs information of patients Clearly understand the patient’s physical condition and put forward the corresponding medical and health plan.
Remote health application scenarios mainly include community chronic disease management, community public health physical examination services, community vital signs monitoring, remote consumer medicine, early disease screening and prevention, and 5g combined health services.
Chapter 8: suggestions and Thoughts on the development of the Internet of things for medical and health in China
China has formed a relatively complete Internet of things industrial chain, including chips, components, equipment, software, system integration, operation and application services, and significant progress has been made in the development of key links. However, there is still a great space for the development of the Internet of things in China. Through the summary of this white paper series, it is not difficult to find that China’s medical and health Internet of things can be considered from the following aspects to strengthen.
First, strengthen industrial agglomeration and further support the building of a global medical and health IOT highland.
Second, increase R & D investment to ensure the sustainable development of the industry.
Third, improve the safety construction and create a completely independent and controllable medical health IOT security system.
Fourth, promote application demonstration, promote the combination of Internet of things and medical health, and empower medical health with technology.
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