Regional Differences in Medical Resources and the Impact of Psychological Factors on Life Expectancy in China
Health for individuals, not only refers to physical health, but also includes mental health. Mental health has a great impact on a person's life and work. More attention should be paid to people's inner world. The COVID-19 pandemic has laid bare the problems of global public health governance. It is the consensus of mankind to strengthen international cooperation and jointly solve the difficult problems of global public health governance. The uneven distribution of medical resources in China has become an important problem affecting people's life span. Exploring regional differences of high-quality medical resources is of great significance for formulating reasonable medical and health policies and promoting healthy China strategy. Life expectancy is influenced by many factors, such as health care, economic development and psychological factors. Based on panel data of provinces, spSS25.0 software was used to analyze regional differences of medical resources in China from 2015 to 2017, and regression analysis was conducted on influencing factors of life expectancy. This paper analyzes the influence of psychological factors on life expectancy on the basis of previous studies. Factors affecting life expectancy were selected according to timeliness, scientificity, representativeness and dynamic characteristics. The study found that the eastern region has a high level of medical resources, and economic construction and green development have a significant impact on life expectancy. Low mood, loneliness, health satisfaction and life satisfaction can affect people's cognition, as well as their mood, behavior and health. To further optimize global public health resources, we need to carry out joint international prevention and control efforts and strengthen coordination among countries and regions. The hospital bed resources of primary medical service institutions should be rationally allocated, policy support should be given to institutions with insufficient resource allocation, and investment in public medical resources should be increased according to the level and functional characteristics of public medical institutions. Mental health will have a positive impact on life expectancy. It is necessary to increase mental health education in compulsory education courses and form a virtuous circle of mental health service system and institutional participation.