Archive for September, 2019

“Prescription Sharing” supported

September 30th, 2019 | by

On September 29th, 21 commission and administrations, including the National Development and Reform Commission, the National Healthcare Security Administration, the National Health Commission, the National Medical Product Administration, jointly issued the “Guideline of Promoting a High-quality Development of the Health Industry (2019-2022).” The “Guideline” stipulated that channels for the interconnection and real-time sharing of information on drug consumption and on prescriptions of online diagnosis and treatment should be established nationwide. In the meantime, third-party platforms are suggested to deliver online prescribed drugs to encourage Medical e-commerces to offer “ordering online and delivered offline” services.


来源:医药网  2019.09.30


Nationwide implementation of National Organised Centralised Procurement and Use of Drugs

September 25th, 2019 | by

On September 24th, 2019, more than 20 provinces and districts all over the country have launched a joint procurement of drugs. Thereby the pilot work on National Organised Centralised Procurement and Use of Drugs is extended from 11 big cities to nationwide. The price of all medicines was lower than the price of selected drugs in “4+7.”


来源:医药网 2019.09.25


Internet Hospital established by Yifeng Pharmacy

September 22nd, 2019 | by

On September 19th, Yifeng Pharmacy announced a joint venture with Visum Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. to establish Hainan Yifeng Medical Technology Co., Ltd., which aims to provide patients with services such as Internet Hospitals, Prescription Sharing Platform, family doctors, health management, online medical consultations, and patient education.


来源:新浪医药新闻 2019.09.22


The National Medical Insurance Bureau issued new regulations

September 2nd, 2019 | by

On August 30th, the National Medical Insurance Bureau issued the “Guidelines of Improving the price management of the ‘Internet+’ Medical Services and the Policies of Medical Insurance Payment.” The “Guidelines” proposed that the price management of the “Internet+” medical services should be included in the policy system of general medical services to realise a unified regulation. The eligible “Internet+” medial services will be regulated under proper medical insurance payment policies in accordance with the principle of online and offline consistency, and its management of medical insurance agreement(Every citizen contracts with a specific hospital) and the settlement process should be improved.


来源:医药网 2019.09.02