Re-establishing the balance: A New Community-based Chronic Disease Management Service Model in China

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Conference Proceedings
Authors: Renxuan LiuDuan Wu

Abstract: As China's aging process accelerates, chronic diseases such as diabetes and high blood pressure gradually become hidden dangers that endanger the health of the elderly. Based on this, China has formulated a hierarchical medical system for chronic diseases and proposed a community-based chronic disease management plan. However, there are some problems, such as insufficient service resources and unreasonable satisfaction of patients' needs in the actual implementation process. Based on the Kano model, this study analyzes the demands of patients with chronic diseases in the Chinese community at this stage. It matches their existing service subjects according to the priority of demands and then constructs a community-based chronic disease management service model. This study aims to accurately identify the demands of patients with chronic diseases, redistribute and reuse existing facilities and resources, and balance the supply and demand relationship among service subjects and patients. It can provide more humane health management services for chronic disease patients in the community context.

Keywords: kano model, community, based chronic disease management, chronic disease service model

DOI: 10.54941/ahfe1003492

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