国家社会科学基金项目“整合型医疗卫生服务体系交易费用测度与应对策略研究”（21BGL222）; 2021年度郑州大学教育教学改革研究与实践项目“基于工作室模式下健康教育创新人才培养模式的探索与实践”（2021ZZUJGLX179）; 河南省卫健委省部共建项目“运用互联网医学技术助力互联智慧健康服务体系的构建”（SB201901072）
1.College of Public Health, Zhengzhou University, Department of Health Management;2.Medical Association of Henan Province
National Social Science Foundation Project "Research on Transaction Cost Measurement and Coping Strategies of Integrated Medical and Health Service System" (21BGL222); 2021 Zhengzhou University Education and Teaching Reform Research and Practice Project "Exploration and Practice of Health Education Innovative Talent Training Model Based on Studio Model" (2021ZZUJGLX179); Henan Provincial Health Commission and Ministry of Health Co-construction Project "Using Internet Medical Technology to Help the Construction of an Interconnected Smart Health Service System" (SB201901072)
Lifestyle medicine (LM) is a methodological advancement in contemporary medicine that relies heavily on medical health technology for treatment. It offers th0e dual benefit of improving the effectiveness of chronic illness prevention and treatment while simultaneously lowering medical costs. In Western countries, LM has already grown as a new medical field. Based on an overview of the origin of LM, a comparison of its similarities and differences with traditional medicine, and a summary of its disciplinary connotation, clinical application, and social communication progress, this article suggests that both developed and developing countries should prioritize policy research on LM and its clinical application and development. Factors including standardization, education and training, research, and industrialization all contribute to the establishment and development of an effective LM system that is appropriate for local health needs.