Substantial progress has been made in digital therapy, remote intervention and other technologies

2022-07-09 0 By

Our reporter Gu Li on April 2nd, in the 15th world autism awareness day approaching, Peking University health released the “2021 annual children’s developmental disorder rehabilitation. Blue industry (hereinafter referred to as the” blue book “) has crossed region, points out that the digital medical digital medical or qualitative development will promote children’s rehabilitation, etc.Despite strict controls on rehabilitation costs, about a quarter of families still do not have enough monthly income to support their children’s rehabilitation, according to the Blue Book.At the same time, there is a shortage of 300,000 talents in children’s rehabilitation education, and the rehabilitation profession has become a hot industry.In this context, digital therapy is the focus of attention and discussion.Digital therapy aims to prevent, manage or treat medical disorders or diseases through big data, virtual reality, AI and other technologies to provide scientific and professional treatment interventions for patients. More and more digital health products are based on evidence-based medicine and have gradually been accepted.According to the Blue Book, digital therapy, remote intervention and other technologies have been rapidly applied to the rehabilitation and education of children with developmental disorders.At present in China, the head of children’s rehabilitation institutions have made active exploration in digital therapy.For example, A-PKU digital intervention system, an innovative digital therapy product developed by PKU Medical Brain Health, can realize “home-school community” multi-scene education and rehabilitation.Wang Lei, general manager of PKU Medical Brain Health and dean of pKU Medical Brain Health Behavior Development Teaching and Research Institute, said, “We hope to connect family and professional resources, and connect people with services through technology, so that professional intervention can be ‘moved’ to the family.”In addition, digital therapies can provide access to care for patients in underserved or underdeveloped areas, changing regional health imbalances.Digital therapy, remote intervention and other technologies also save a lot of labor costs.”Digital medical products will become an affordable choice for everyone, truly making professional rehabilitation accessible to everyone.”Wang Xiaoli, a professor at Peking University’s School of Public Health, told the meeting.(Editing by Zhang Mingfu)