As the most powerful nation all over the world, the United States of America has remained its overlord position in technology, military, medicine, and economics industries. The prosperity in America motivates thousands of international students to make every effort to work in America and obtain opt insurance (aka opt保险) after graduation. Quite a few patients choose to schedule dental visits in the United States (aka 美国 看牙) because of its medical mastery.
However, the global economic recession in 2007 stagnated national development. The medicine industry was negatively impacted: the employment rate plumped; low-income individuals did not have health insurance. College students waived university insurance in America (aka waive 美国大学保险) because of unaffordability.
Meanwhile, many developing countries in East Asia took the advantage of economic downturn to stimulate its economic growth. China is an eminent example. While American students were scratching their heads because of high student loans, many Chinese students and visiting scholars easily made payments for their international health insurance and J-1/J-2 insurance (aka j1 j2 保险). They received international students’ vaccine (aka 留学生疫苗) covered in their insurance for OPT (aka opt期间保险). The economic development boosted the technological advancement in China. In return, the high-tech like AI and 5G benefited the medical industry.
Xiamen, in east China’s Fujian Province, will build a 5G-based eye hospital for better patient experience. The 5G hospital will be jointly set up by Xiamen Eye Center of Xiamen University, Xiamen branch of China Telecom and the tech giant Huawei, according to a cooperation agreement signed by the three sides Sunday.
“Not only can the 5G network improve the quality of the network, it also provides more possibilities for medical services,” said Zhang Guangbin, vice president of the eye center. In the future, online live streaming eye surgeries, remote consultation of oculists and remote guidance of eye surgeries are key areas to apply the technology, Zhang said. Cities across China are adopting the 5G network to meet the public demand in sectors such as transportation, entertainment and health care.