In order to understand the use of Internet healthcare policy tools, the policy documents issued at the national level were used as the analysis sample, and the two-dimensional analysis framework of policy tools and development process was constructed by using content analysis method to quantitatively analyze the policy texts. The results show that in the dimension of policy tools, supply-oriented accounts for 53.1%, of which the most used is infrastructure construction; environment-oriented accounts for 25.22%, of which the most used is regulation and control; demand-oriented accounts for 21.68%, of which the most used is health insurance payment. The policy instruments are uneven externally and the internal mix is still less rational. In the development process dimension, the three policy instruments are involved in different development processes, and the emphasis on the internal structure of the policy instruments differs in each stage. It is recommended to further optimize and adjust the choice of policy tools and balance the use of policy tools in each development process of Internet healthcare. The use of the policy tools of capital investment and talent training should be strengthened; the health insurance payment system should be improved; the policy tools of public-private partnership and overseas exchange should be increased; the legal and regulatory system should be improved; and the promotion of the policies should be expanded.