12.2020 Group Briefing
FET launched CSR project "remote diagnosis and treatment" and send blood glucose machine to remote areas.
Far EasTone telecommunication / Jiang guofen
In order to reduce the medical gap between urban and rural areas, FET took the lead and proposed the "remote diagnosis and treatment" project. By integrating its own 5G big data + AI + IOT core technology with Taiwan medical resources, 40 NB-IoT blood glucose machines were collected and donated to Taitung county government to take care of patients in rural areas. This year, FET has promoted the activity "lose weight, send love". As long as one colleague lose1 kg, the company will donate 100 yuan to collect blood glucose machines. Nearly 300 employees participated in the activity enthusiastically. They lost 991 kg in two months in total. So NB-IoT blood glucose machines were collected and donated to Taitung county government to take care of patients in rural areas.
The NB-IoT blood glucose machines donated by FET can not only upload data to the platform automatically, but also help family members or medical staff to know patients' information through mobile phones. For remote areas with insufficient medical resources, medical units can grasp the timely information of patients at any time, effectively helping patients in rural areas to control their condition.
FET president Chee Ching said, "in face of the shortage of medical resources in rural areas, FET is the first telecom operator to use 5G technology and advanced Taiwan medical resources to launch 5G remote diagnosis and treatment. On the one hand, the concept is to replace roads with the Internet is to help people in remote areas get better medical care and improve the health and well-being. On the other hand, in combination with the staff weight loss competition, the plan proposed the idea of exchanging cash for weight lost, which could also send warmth to the countryside, which was warmly echoed by the staff, and the activity was more meaningful! "
In the future, the CSR program will continue to pay attention to the health of people living in rural areas. Whether it is physical examination or remote diagnosis and treatment, FET volunteers will assist residents in medical treatment, regularly care for residents in rural areas by SMS and letters, and implement the vision of "no distance in the future with 5G".