Hosted by the Chinese Medical Association and the Diabetes Branch of the Chinese Medical Association, the 24th National Academic Conference of the Diabetes Branch of the Chinese Medical Association (CDS 2020), hosted by the Jiangsu Medical Association, will be held on November 25-28, combining online and offline The format was held in Suzhou. Sinocare Inc. (Sinocare Inc.), as a fast-running enterprise on the road of becoming a leading diabetes management expert in China and a leading international blood glucose monitoring expert, is to better undertake important tasks and complete missions. The conference jointly hosted the " Healthy China Action (2019-2020): New Exploration and Practice Sharing of Diabetes Hospital Management".
The conference focused on the frontiers of scientific research, including the latest evidence on drug research, exchanges on frontier fields such as big data and artificial intelligence, and multiple sections on diabetes genetics, translational medicine, and research hotspot tracking of evidence-based medicine. Sinocare Inc. takes intelligent technology as a breakthrough point to practice the management of chronic diseases in the medical unit and launches special seminars. Its "Healthy China Action (2019-2020): New Exploration and Practice Sharing of Diabetes Hospital Management" Special Forum invited Professor Zhou Zhiguang, Dean of the Second Xiangya Hospital of Central South University, and Zhang Qiu, Director of the Endocrinology Department of the First Affiliated Hospital of Anhui Medical University Professor Guo Xiaohui, director of the Endocrinology Department of Peking University First Hospital, and Professor Li Qifu, director of the Endocrinology Department of the First Affiliated Hospital of Chongqing Medical University, jointly hosted the meeting.
At the forum, Professor Yuan Huijuan, Chief Physician of the Endocrinology Department of Henan Provincial People’s Hospital shared the "Summary of AI and Diabetes Management Exploration". She pointed out that intelligent medical care has been developed in full swing, and it has also shined in the field of diabetes management. It can be infiltrated during diagnosis, treatment and follow-up. She hopes that the use of intelligent technology can break data barriers and expand the scope of management of new "means" such as mobile apps and telemedicine, so as to introduce intelligent technology into all aspects of diabetes management.
Professor Li Xia, director of the Endocrinology Department of the Second Xiangya Hospital of Central South University, focused on the DPCC project in the sharing of the theme of "Medical Alliance Chronic Disease Management Exploration". DPCC is a standardized diabetes prevention and control project initiated by Professor Zhou Zhiguang and organized and managed by the National Metabolic Disease Clinical Medicine Research Center to build and promote across the country. Currently, DPCC has carried out more than 60,000 general screenings at the grassroots (village clinics, township health centers), and managed and referred confirmed patients, which has initially seen results. It is reported that the DPCC project can truly realize the "upper and lower" linkage, implement it at the grassroots level, open up the multi-level medical hierarchy, and achieve the combination of prevention, management, and governance, which has aroused strong positive reactions in the industry.
Professor Zhou Huimin, director of the Endocrinology Department of the First Hospital of Hebei Medical University, emphasized on the forum to start from the "small place", shared the "Summary and Analysis of the Benefits of the Whole Hospital's Active Blood Glucose Consultation System", and proposed the use of Sannuo Diabetes Management System to remind the emergency In order to improve the active consultation process of the endocrinology department of the hospital, it will promote the blood glucose management and multi-disciplinary cooperation of the whole hospital, thereby increasing the compliance rate of blood glucose management of inpatients and realizing both the hospital and the patients.
During the epidemic, this forum was conducted using a combination of online and offline methods, and more than 20,000 people watched the live broadcast online.