[Registration closed] Evening Seminar—The Future of Telemedicine and Online Medical Consultations (September 26, 2018)
date : 8/27/2018
Registration has been closed.
In order to achieve sustainable healthcare, momentum is growing worldwide for the use of novel technologies and innovations (health technologies) that improve productivity in medical settings and making medical system design more effective and efficient.
This year in Japan, the revision of medical service fees included a number of newly established evaluation criteria relating to medical ICT, focused on telemedicine and online medical consultations in particular, and complete with guidelines on their proper implementation. What’s more, the Basic Policy Economic and Fiscal Management and Reform 2018 or so-called Big-boned Policy adopted this past June by the Cabinet, clearly states the goal of furthering online medical consultations including online drug administration guidance, by promoting the inclusion of safety and effectiveness assessments in future revisions of the medical service fees from 2020 onward.
Amidst such significant initiatives and actions surrounding telemedicine and online medical consultations, anticipation is rapidly growing about the form under which related services would be rolled out to the public. The upcoming Evening Seminar will bring together people involved on a daily basis with the issues related to telemedicine and online medical consultations as well as active in promotion, to share first-hand experiences. Through their discussions, we hope to clarify why telemedicine and online medical consultations are important, and how they should be used and managed in the future.
■ Date & Time
Wednesday, September 26, 19:00-20:30 (Doors open 18:30)
Otemachi Sankei Plaza 3F, Room 312, 1-7-2, Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
■ Program (Names listed in no particular order / Titles omitted)
・Kiyoshi Kurokawa (Chairman, Health and Global Policy Institute)
19:05-19:35 Online Medical Consultation Case Reports
・Takuya Ono (Director, Ono Cardio-GP Clinic, Toui Medical Association)
・Naoki Uchida (Director, Taro Clinic, Suzuran Medical Corporation)
・Shinsuke Muto (Chairman, Integrity Healthcare Co., Ltd)
・Takashi Hasegawa (Board Member, Japanese Telemedicine and Telecare Association)
・Daisuke Sato (Senior Researcher, National Institute of Public Health,Research Center for Economic Evaluation of Healthcare）
・Mamoru Ichikawa (Director, Japan Broadcasting Corporation (NHK), Scientific & Environmental Programs Division, Production Center One)( Moderator)
20:15-20:30 Q & A
*N.B. List of participants and contents of program are subject to change.
■ Participation Fee
・Students(Undergraduates only)：500 yen (Student ID required)
* Attendance is free for supporting members of HGPI, but registration is still necessary.
■ Prospective Participants
Healthcare and medical professionals, academia, patient groups, media, etc. (approximately 60 participants in total)
The registration will close at 10:00am, September 18 (Tuesday). Participants will be selected by a draw of lots and will be informed of the result by September 19 (Wednesday).
After your registration is complete, a confirmation email will be sent automatically. In the event that you do not receive a confirmation email, please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 03-4243-7156.
For cancellations, please inform us no later than September 21 (Friday), after which point HGPI reserves the right to collect a cancellation fee.