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(Upcoming Event) 54th Breakfast Meeting: Health Care for the Next 20 Years [Japan Vision: Health Care 2035]

Health Care for the Next 20 Years [Japan Vision: Health  Care 2035]

On July 24, HGPI will host a Breakfast Meeting featuring Professor Kenji Shibuya, Chair of the Japan Vision: Health Care 2035 Advisory Panel, a health care advisory panel established by the Minister of Health, Labour and Welfare to form a vision of health care in Japan for the next 20 years. Professor Shibuya will discuss the vision created by the Panel and the recommendations that were officially presented on June 9, 2015. Health care sustainability over the next 20 years will be the focus of discussion.

・Kenji Shibuya (Professor, Department of Global Health Policy, Graduate School of Medicine, The University of Tokyo; Chair, Japan Vision: Health Care 2035 Advisory Panel)
・Kohei Onozaki (Board Member and President, HGPI; Member,
Japan Vision: Health Care 2035 Advisory Panel)

Date and Time
July 24, 2015    8:00‐9:15 am  (Doors open at 7:45 am)

Kobeya Sylphide, GranAge Marunouchi
(Pacific Centry Place (PCP) Marunouchi 1F, 1-11-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
100-0005, Tel: 03-5224-6990)

General: 1,500 yen 
Students: 1,000 yen (Please show student ID at reception)
Supporting members: Free

This event will be held in Japanese. An English report of the event will follow.

Event Overview
With an ageing population, low birthrate and rapidly changing medical needs, Japan must consider issues including how tools, such as technology, can be best utilized while contributing to today’s global society.

On July 24, 2015, Health and Global Policy will host a Breakfast Meeting highlighting the 20 year vision of health care developed by the Japan Vision: Health Care 2035 Advisory Panel- a vision that focuses on health care system reforms driven by connected, inter-generational and inter-sectoral networks that reach past the current system’s restraints. The vision was compiled into a final set of recommendations that were officially submitted to the Minister of Health on June 9, 2015 and include three main sections: 1) Implement value-based health care, 2) Empower society and support personal choice, and 3) Lead and contribute to global health.

At this event, Professor Shibuya and Kohei Onozaki, who also served on the 2035 Advisory Panel, will discuss the Advisory Panel’s recommendations and vision and share specific action steps required to make the vision a reality. Following the discussion, the speakers will take questions and comments from the audience.
(An executive summary of the recommendations in English are available for download here. Please note that the full document is currently being translated and will be available shortly. The Japanese version is available for download here.)

Health and Global Policy Institute has made the issue of health care sustainability a main focus area of its work and is organizing activities that stimulate discussions and action on this topic. 

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Registration deadline: 2015-07-22

Exhibition date:2015-07-24

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