In December 2019, the National Medical Insurance Administration issued the "Guiding Opinions on Improving "Internet +" Medical Service Prices and Medical Insurance Payment Policies, which detailed the "Internet +" medical service prices and medical insurance payment policies.
On April 7, 2020, the National Development and Reform Commission and the Central Cyberspace Administration of China released the "Implementation Plan for Policy Promotion of the Action of "Going to the Cloud, Using Data and Empowering country email list Wisdom" to Cultivate New Economic Development", in which it was mentioned for the first time that Internet medical treatment could be the first diagnosis at the national level, and Included in health insurance.
In July 2020, the General Office of the State Council issued the "Implementation Opinions on Further Optimizing the Business Environment and Better Serving Market Entities", which included eligible Internet medical services into the scope of medical insurance reimbursement.
The biggest problem that restricted the development of Internet medical care in the past was the coordination of medical insurance. If Internet medical care is not included in medical insurance, it will be difficult to support the development of the industry by relying on people's own expenses or Chinese commercial medical insurance. With the introduction of policies in 2020 to open up the key links of medical insurance payment, this problem is about to be overcome, which will greatly promote the development of Internet medical care.
2. Economic level _
In 2019, the per capita health care consumption expenditure of Chinese residents was 1,902 yuan, a growth rate of 12%.
With the steady growth of the domestic economy and the continuous improvement of residents' consumption level, the residents' medical consumption demand also increases.
With the development of the "home economy", people are accustomed to online consumption, rely on online consultations to see a doctor, and buy medicines online, which promotes the rapid development of Internet medical care.
3. Society&Culture level
The aging society in China has long arrived, and the demand for medical services is also increasing due to aging.
At the same time, under the influence of various factors such as mental stress and environmental pollution, the number of sub-healthy people and the number of younger people with chronic diseases has gradually increased, further increasing the demand.