E3S Web Conf.
Volume 275, 20212021 International Conference on Economic Innovation and Low-carbon Development (EILCD 2021)
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Section||Green Low-Carbon and Energy Saving and Emission Reduction Applications|
|Published online||21 June 2021|
Analysis of community chronic disease health management mode under the background of big data
Hangzhou Normal University Qianjiang College
In recent years, the “Internet + medical” exploration and the country’s vigorously promoted hierarchical diagnosis and treatment system have provided an opportunity to improve the status quo of diabetes. Some scholars have proposed “one-to-one binding community nurses” (Wang Li et al., 2016) and personalized treatment based on big data (He Ting et al., 2016). New chronic disease management concepts such as an integrated chronic disease management model for the elderly based on mobile medical technology (Che Fengyuan et al., 2016). Although different names are used, the core point of view is that patients and community doctors complete the contract, the community doctors will take care of the patients, and the hospital doctors will take care of the patients. The patient’s blood glucose data can be shared with relatives and friends, community doctors, and hospital doctors in real time with the help of platform tools such as blood glucose meters, mobile apps, and cloud medical platforms. And community and hospital doctors’ feedback on patients can also be sent to patients and relatives and friends in real time, thereby realizing hierarchical diagnosis and treatment of diabetic patients when medical resources are scarce and unevenly distributed. This article refers to this model as the “family-style chronic disease management model”. The interaction between patients, relatives and friends, community doctors, and hospital doctors is shown in Figure 1.
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