Mobile chronic disease management refers to the comprehensive, continuous and proactive management of patients with chronic diseases by doctors, pharmacists and caregivers specialized in chronic diseases through mobile Internet technology.
It is a scientific management model that promotes health, delays the progression of chronic diseases, reduces complications, lowers disability rates, extends life expectancy, improves quality of life and reduces medical costs.
The term "chronic non-communicable diseases" ("chronic diseases" or "chronic diseases") as defined in this report refers to diseases that are caused by lifestyle, environmental risk factors, and have a high incidence of disease. and environmental risk factors.
Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) with high incidence, high mortality, long duration, complex causes, health damage and social harm caused by lifestyle and environmental risk factors
disease types include: diabetes, gout and other metabolic diseases; hypertension, dyslipidemia, coronary heart disease and other cardiovascular diseases; cancer and other malignant quality chronic diseases;
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, chronic liver and kidney diseases and other chronic diseases
There are more types of chronic diseases.
The demand for products and services of patients with different types of diseases is highly variable
Patients' daily diet, medication, exercise and other habits have a great impact on the
The maintenance/deterioration of the patient's condition is greatly affected
Patients are less aware of self-management
The effectiveness of physician management of specific conditions varies greatly:
For example, patients with diabetes have a low demand for physician services, while patients with hypertension and heart disease have a low demand for physician services.
The need for physician services is very high for patients with hypertension and heart disease.