The Health 2.0 Asia – Japan gathering initially began in 2015. And to stamp its fifth commemoration this year, it rebrand it as HIMSS and Health 2.0 Japan 2019. It was sorted out in organization with MedPeer, Inc. The subject of the gathering is “Boost the worth”. It will occur from ninth to tenth December in Tokyo, Nihonbashi, Japan.
Healthtech drifts in Japan and government points of view
One of the primary features of the gathering will open discourse on ninth December, from 9.15am-9.35am at Nihonbashi Mitsui (Hall A) where the subject of healthtech slants in Japan and US will be examined. The discourse will include speakers Matthew Holt, Co-Chairman, Health 2.0, Yo Iwami, President and CEO, MedPeer, Inc., and Yoshitake Yokokura, President, Japan Medical Association/Former President World Medical Association/Former President, CMAAO.
It titled Risk Reduction for a Healthier Tomorrow, occurring from 9:35am-10.20am at Nihonbashi Mitsui (Hall A), directed by Dr. Charles Alessi, HIMSS’ Chief Clinical Officer. The board highlights Kazumi Nishikawa, Director, Healthcare Industries Division Commerce and Service Industry Policy Group, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI), Kakuya Niihata, Director, Moderation in Health Care Costs Promotion Office, Division for Health Care and Long-term Care Integration, Health Insurance Bureau, Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare and Tomohiro Masuhara, Deputy Director, Information Applications Promotion Office, Advanced Information Systems and Software Division, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications.
HIMSS and worldwide points of view
Dr. Alessi and A/Prof Low Cheng Ooi, Chief Medical Informatics Officer, Ministry of Health, Singapore will distinguish the holes that break this congruity of care and why, just as give their point of view of making care designs that extension this progression of care. Their discourse session is titled Bridging the Gap in Continuity of Care, occurring from 9.30am-10.10am on tenth December at Nihonbashi Mitsui (Hall A).
Dr. Hwang Hee, CIO, Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, South Korea and Dr. Manish Kohli, Managing Director of beyond Horizon Health, Co-originator and Partner, Infinite Care Holdings, USA will share their perspectives. On the move from charge for-administration towards expense for-esteem responsible consideration. The fireside talk will occur from 10.30am-11.00am on tenth December at Nihonbashi Mitsui (Hall A).