However, there will inevitably be uneven development in urban and rural areas. Although the idea of using technology to intervene and clarify practical pain points is good, it cannot ignore the digital gap between urban and rural areas. In rural areas, due to population loss, aging, and lower utilization of technological products than in cities, the pace of digitalization is naturally slower, and it has always been out of reach of various service facilities.
Since 2018, with the support of the “Apply Plan for Popularizing Smart Urban and Rural Life” by the Bureau of Industry of the Ministry of Economic Affairs, the Advanced Medical Fund has developed “Xiong Health Creates Smart Living Community photo retouching Shared Care Application Services” in Kaohsiung, Pingtung and Penghu (hereinafter referred to as "male health"). At that time, general manager Huang Zhaosheng was very clear that the first three problems to be solved were lack of resources,
lack of manpower and lack of feedback, and innovative forces such as digitalization and smart technology could effectively connect the needs and pain points of life in remote villages, so that people in Localized and customized services and facilities will comprehensively improve the quality of public medical care. With the most considerate technology, the range of care has no boundaries