The Outline of the National Healthcare Service System (2015-2020) issued by the State Council proposes the establishment by 2020 of three dynamically-updated databases, storing population information, health records, and medical records, covering basically the entire population, alongside a health information platform covering four levels (national, provincial, municipal, and county). Development of mobile Internet and telemedicine services will also be actively promoted. The State Council’s 13th Five-Year Plan for Deepening the Reform of the Medical and Health Care System, calls for breakthroughs in graded diagnosis and treatment, hospital management, universal medical insurance, drug supply assurance, and comprehensive supervision systems, and adoption of IT methods to promote the vertical flow of medical resources, improve the accessibility of quality medical resources, and improve the overall efficiency of medical services.
Driven by these new medical reform policies, investments in medicine and health digitalization in China have been continuously increasing, and the market for related products and services has grown rapidly. According to IDC estimates, the total expenditure on medical digitalization in China will reach 43.001 billion yuan in 2020, representing a compound annual growth of 11.1%, and the market size for clinical digitalization solutions will reach 5.217 billion yuan, representing 16.71% growth. However, despite the rapid growth in China's investments in medical digitalization, China still lags behind developed countries such as those in Europe and the United States. Thus, with the deepening of medical reform and increased investment in medical and health fields, China’s medical digitalization industry has great potential for development.
At present, New IT technologies – cloud computing, Internet of Things, big data, and virtualization, and so on – are increasingly widely adopted in medical digitalization, resulting in a constant flow of innovations, changes, and breakthroughs in design concepts, network architectures, and operating models. A major supplier of New IT solutions, H3C provides smart medical and healthcare infrastructure solutions such as medical cloud data centers, medical MANs, medical campus networks, and medical cloud collection points. Meanwhile, H3C has been cooperating with medical partners to provide comprehensive, diversified, and efficient medical application solutions including medical cloud data sharing/exchange platforms, medical front services, and medical logistics services.
With leading technology and rich experience accumulated over many years, H3C has ranked first in the medical and healthcare market for seven consecutive years, with market share exceeding 60%, applying New IT solutions in over 300 A-grade hospitals across the China, including the PLA General Hospital, Peking Union Medical College Hospital, Xuanwu Hospital of Capital Medical University, Shanghai Ruijin Hospital, First Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University. Alongside this, H3C has also assisted in the construction of dozens of provincial-level health information platforms and regional medical and health platforms, creating an outstanding record of achievement. After more than 30 years of development, the digitalization of China's medical and health industry has progressed from exploration to innovation, and is now entering the "smart" era. In future, H3C will remain committed to continued exploration of medical digitalization, and will continue to help meet the needs of the healthcare industry.