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中国昆山和福州推出区块链医疗应用,用于处方和医疗账单

2020-7-8 16:30

 

昆山和福州两个以处方和医疗收费为重点的dlt平台的推出,进一步扩大了区块链技术在中国医疗保健领域日益增长的作用。这两个系统都是上个月推出的。

 

昆山市处方App


其中一项创新是苏州移动与昆山市卫生委员会合作开发的一款医疗处方app,面向昆山市东南部的人民。


中国的医疗保健一直存在诸多问题,比如药品跟踪系统效率低下,记录患者信息的方式耗费大量纸张。因此,存在记录被篡改或不完整的风险。通过验证处方信息并能够追溯其出具者的身份,配药过程变得更加安全,药剂师也更加确信他们所分发的药物是合法使用的。


据知乎网站报道,该解决方案包括在区块链上存储加密的病人病历副本,使其能够被共享。配药者可以访问门诊数据、药物详细信息和开具处方的医生。


除用于配药外,患者还可以通过app获取信息,直接购买药品。此外,监管机构还可以对数据进行审核,用于监管。

福州的医疗账单平台


与此同时,在福建省福州市第二医院,区块链医疗账单平台的试点已经启动。


该平台是为了响应国家政府的一项通知,旨在解决虚假医疗账单问题,便利支付流程,减少低效、过度流程和纸张使用。


该系统在区块链上记录了医疗保健提供者和公民所采取的所有发票相关行动,以产生所有各方都可以信任的可信和透明的数据。因为区块链有多个节点,所以不能篡改数据。对于保险公司来说,如果病人提交了一份医疗账单,他们需要确保这不是欺诈行为,区块链系统有助于做到这一点。


从病人的角度来看,最主要的优势是方便。你可以通过自助服务亭或使用微信手机来获取发票,这样就不用排队了。


如果试点进展顺利,计划将进一步扩大该平台。它可能会整合到其他健康信息平台,比如福州市卫生和计划生育委员会的手机应用程序或其他应用程序。

 

其他的发展


这两项进展只是最近在中国医疗领域整合的众多区块链病例中的两个例子。北京市政府办公室近日公布了《北京区块链创新发展行动计划(2020-2022)》。本项目重点关注DLT在构建透明和安全的医疗保健系统方面的潜力,以及确保法规遵从性。


此外,一个与福州类似的系统已经在东部省份浙江运行了一年多。在这里,该平台由蚂蚁金服区块链和支付宝提供动力。它已经为数百家医疗机构提供服务,并在此过程中处理了数十亿美元的资金。

 

The launch of two DLT-enabled platforms in the cities of Kunshan and Fuzhou focussing on prescriptions and medical billing respectively, has further enlarged the growing role of blockchain technology in Chinese healthcare. Both systems were launched last month.

Kunshan City’s Prescriptions App

One innovation is a medical prescription app that has been developed by Suzhou Mobile and the Kunshan City Health Committee for the people of the south-eastern Kunshan City.

Chinese healthcare has been ridden with problems such as inefficient tracking systems for medicines and a paper-heavy approach to recording patient information. As a result, there’s a risk of records being tampered with or incomplete. By authenticating prescription information and being able to trace it back to the doctor who issued it, the medicine dispensing process becomes more secure and pharmacists are more confident that the medicines they dispense are for legitimate use.

A report by Zhihu.com says the solution involves storing encrypted copies of patient medical records on the blockchain, enabling it to be shared. The dispenser has access to the outpatient data, the drug details, and the doctor that issued the prescription.

Apart from being used for dispensing, patients also have access to the information and are able to buy medicines directly through the app. Additionally, regulatory bodies can review the data for supervision purposes.

Fuzhou’s Medical Bills Platform

Meanwhile, at the Fuzhou Second Hospital in the south-eastern Fujian province, a pilot for a blockchain medical bills platform has been launched.

Responding to a notice issued by the national government, the platform aims to tackle the issue of fake medical bills, facilitate the process of paying bills, and reduce inefficient and excessive processes and paper usage.

The system records all invoice-related actions undertaken by healthcare providers and citizens on the blockchain to produce credible and transparent data that all parties can trust. Because the blockchain has multiple nodes, the data cannot be tampered with. For insurance companies, if a patient produces a medical bill they need to be sure it’s not fraudulent, and a blockchain system helps this.

From a patient perspective the primary advantage is convenience. There’s less queuing to get an invoice which can be accessed through a self service kiosk or via a mobile phone using WeChat.

Plans are in place to further expand the platform should the pilot go well. It could potentially integrate into other health information platforms such as the mobile app from the Fuzhou Health and Family Planning Commission or other apps .

Other developments

These two developments are just two examples from the myriad of recent blockchain cases being integrated in Chinese healthcare. The Beijing Municipal Government Office recently announced its “Beijing Blockchain Innovation Development Action Plan (2020-2022)”. This project focuses on DLT’s potential to build a transparent and secure healthcare system, as well as ensuring regulatory compliance.

Furthermore, a similar system to that just implemented in Fuzhou has been in operation in the eastern province of Zhejiang for more than a year. Here, the platform is powered by Ant blockchain and Alipay. It already serves hundreds of medical institutions and has processed billions of dollars in the process.

 

来自: Ledger Insights