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"Medical reform" led to the medical equipment industry in 2009. China is considered to be a rising giant. The most commendable is not only the huge potential market brought by its 1.3 billion population, but also a manufacturing center that attracts us $41billion of foreign direct investment every year. In the face of the complexity of this potential market, this article will discuss the medical industry as an interesting key area. With regard to this topic that 1.3 billion people in China are most concerned about besides eating, it is necessary for us to understand its development, difficulties, achievements and main goals. These aspects are the primary issues that Chinese government medical policymakers will consider

The medical reform plan officially launched in 2009 also confirmed the determination of the Chinese government in rural medical reform. The new medical reform mainly includes four aspects: rural medical infrastructure, public health care, urban medical services, and reimbursement of basic medical care. These aspects will enable China's medical system and concept to realize the transformation from "emphasis on treatment" to "emphasis on prevention". First of all, these changes have brought about a real demand for basic medical equipment, such as ultrasound, X-ray machines, biochemical instruments and electrocardiographs, which are classified as "basic equipment", and will be the focus of centralized procurement by the Chinese government

according to the research of frost Sullivan consulting company, the impact of the new medical reform policy on the whole medical system is concentrated in two aspects: on the one hand, for the rural medical system led by county hospitals (generally secondary hospitals) and based on township hospitals in rural areas, On the other hand, it is the urban medical system in urban areas, which is mainly reflected in the two-level differentiation, to strengthen the critical disease treatment capacity of tertiary hospitals and expand the coverage capacity of community health centers

according to the statistics of the Ministry of health, there are 39441 township hospitals in China, which will be the main body of the implementation of the new rural cooperative medical system policy in the new medical reform plan. According to Mr. houxuchao, Consulting Director of frost Sullivan medical department, the equipment configuration in these nearly 40000 health centers is uneven. On the one hand, the township health centers in the southeast coastal areas have reached or even far higher than the standards of the Ministry of health and the national average level. On the other hand, some township health centers in northern and inland areas lack standard configuration or generally adopt language, writing There is a serious phenomenon of teaching reconfiguration by means of wall charts or teaching aids. The next main work of the government in the township health centers is to make up for these missing parts, and make these township health centers truly form the executive power, so as to achieve the purpose of early prevention, simple treatment and effective referral. In the short term, this part of the market has a huge demand for basic medical equipment, but the potential opportunities tend to be medium and low-grade medical equipment with qualified quality, moderate price and local production preferred by the government in bidding activities

there are 1045 tertiary hospitals, 5151 secondary hospitals, 2738 primary hospitals and 5774 community health centers in China. Under the guidance of the new medical reform plan, the top tier three hospitals will shoulder the medical tasks of severe and dangerous syndrome, while the community health center will assume the medical role of prevention, treatment and referral. The first-class hospitals in the city will also assume the role of community health centers, and even completely turn to the technical specification for concrete structures of high-rise buildings in community health centers JGJ 3 ⑵ 002. At the same time, we see that the role of secondary hospitals will become more and more embarrassing. We choose to strive to improve their own capabilities and configuration and upgrade to tertiary hospitals, or undertake specialized tasks, or be reduced to primary or even large community health centers. However, whether the upgrading of secondary and tertiary hospitals or the functional transformation of primary and community health centers, the demand for medical equipment is inevitable. The demands of these two channels are different. One is the independent bidding and procurement of high-end equipment, which is biased towards high-precision and cutting-edge technology diagnosis and treatment equipment, and the other is the medium and low-grade basic medical equipment within the scope of national standard procurement, and a large part of which is paid by the government

according to frost Sullivan's statistics, the scale of China's medical equipment market in 2008 was 83 billion yuan, less than 1/8 of the total medical market, and the proportion of medical equipment and medical market can reach 1/31 in developed countries in Europe and the United States. Some sock enterprises have worked hard or even 1/2 in the utilization of sock materials, and China's medical equipment market is far from reaching its maximum potential. On the other hand, since 2003, China has added about 1500 new medical equipment enterprises every year. The prosperity of these enterprises also represents the development of the whole industry

Mr. Hou xuchao put forward six market levels with the most development potential at present, which are in vitro diagnosis and low-end medical imaging equipment popular due to the national policy of supporting basic medical institutions, and the representative products are hematology meter and portable ultrasound; Medical it related markets that benefit from the process of medical informatization, such as computer-aided diagnosis systems, electronic telemedicine applications, etc; In recent years, minimally invasive and non-invasive technologies represented by minimally invasive drug stents in cardiology for the treatment of coronary heart disease, such as tablet endoscope and insulin pump; Disposable medical supplies promoted by public welfare organizations, such as safety syringes and disposable surgical bags; Finally, there are medical consumer goods that benefit from the improvement of people's living standards and the increase of disposable income, such as blood glucose meters and sphygmomanometers

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