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地域レベルの医療の質の可視化とシステム再編

Visualizing healthcare quality at regional levels: Towards a new collaborative scheme for reforming systems

日程: 2016年9月26日 

演者: 

今中雄一
公益財団法人 日本医療機能評価機構 執行理事
京都大学 大学院医学研究科 医療経済学分野 教授

 

Date:  26 September 2016

Presenter:
 Professor Yuichi Imanaka, Executive Board Member - Japan Council for Quality Health Care
(http://www.en.jcqhc.or.jp/), 
Professor and Head of Dept. Healthcare Economics and Quality Management - Kyoto University Graduate School of Medicine (http://med-econ.umin.ac.jp/int/);
ISQua Board Member

 

 





Webinarについて
About the Webinar

医療の質・安全・効率(以下、医療の質)の向上が一層求められる中、その「可視化」が必須となっています。また、超少子高齢社会の進展、有限の財源・資源のもと、その重要性は益々高まっています。医療の質の地域毎の実態が可視化されステークホルダー間で共有されて初めて、地域医療システムの効果的な再編が可能となります。今始まりつつある次世代医療計画・疾病対策ともいうべき医療の地域システム再編のスキームについて考察します。

Visualizing quality and sharing it among stakeholders is the mandate for reforming systems to be high-quality and efficient. This is getting more and more important in health care under the limited funds and resources in aging societies. Regional-level Quality Indicators are the key driving force for reforms. Driven by professionals and by policies, new mechanisms of visualization and stakeholder collaboration are emerging to reform and construct high-quality, efficient and equitable systems in health care.


演者について
About the Presenter

今中雄一
公益財団法人 日本医療機能評価機構 執行理事
京都大学 大学院医学研究科 医療経済学分野 教授

東京大学卒、医博.MPH、PhD(ミシガン大学).内科学会認定内科医、死体解剖資格.[研究領域]医療の質と経済性、医療システム(医療政策・医療経営)

Professor Yuichi Imanaka was trained in the University of Tokyo (M.D., DrMedSci), and the University of Michigan (MPH, Ph.D). He collaborated with WHO, OECD, IHF projects and was Executive Board Member (1997-2003) for ISQua (currently in this position:2015-). He is also on the boards of national academic societies for Health Administration, Public Health and Health Economics. 

His main theme is to visualize and design the health care system and its future. He is engaged in several national and nation-level projects which methodologically include big data analytics, system simulation and design, and performance measures of institutions and regions.