The National Unified Medical Insurance Information Platform is completed

The National Unified Medical Insurance Information Platform is completed

May 12, 2022 05:49 Source: This newspaper, Beijing, May 11 (Reporter Sun Xiuyan) The reporter learned from the National Medical Insurance Bureau that after more than two years, the national unified medical security information platform has been basically completed. At present, the medical insurance information platform has been launched in the entire area of ??31 provinces and the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps, which effectively covers about 400,000 designated medical institutions and about 400,000 designated retail pharmacies to provide high -quality medical insurance services for the billion participants. According to reports, the medical insurance information platform covers 14 subsystems such as payment methods, inter -provincial medical treatment, public services, drugs and medical consumables, etc. It has been applied one after another, which can meet the diversified business needs of hundreds of coordinated areas.

The new platform has played an important role in the fields of medical settlement, payment method reform, medical insurance intelligent supervision, centralized procurement of drugs, and medical price monitoring. The new platform has complete functions, efficient response, and stable operation. The average response time of hospitalization settlement is about a second, which is 3 to 5 times the average performance of the old system.

The medical insurance information platform has formed a platform pattern of standard national unified, data concentration, platform hierarchical deployment, comprehensive network coverage of the network, regulatory project construction, and strong security guarantee, and supports the cross -regional, cross -level, cross -business, cross -sector, and cross -system of medical insurance. Information sharing, business collaboration and service integration, realizing the "one -Netcom office" and "one window settlement" in the medical insurance business.