Medical Working Group
Chairman :
Shuji Shimizu (Kyushu University Hospital, Japan)
Ho-Seong Han (Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, Korea)
Members :
Network: Koji Okamura
Audio-visual: Yasuaki Antoku, Kuriko Kudo
Secretary: Yoko Noda
Objectives :
Our goal is to establish a medical network with high-quality moving image on a broadband Internet in all Asia-Pacific regions.
In order to expand our WG, it is essential for both medical and engineering people to get together on site and discuss our next strategy.
At the same time, we will demonstrate our new and developing systems to our members.
Target Audience :
Medical doctors, Co-medicals, Engineers, Researchers
Expected Number of Participants :
30
Agenda :
Activity session - 16:00-17:30
Topic:
Updates and new members in APAN telemedicine
Chair:Shimizu S
Co-Chair: Lim Sew Hoo
Chief Engineer: TC Chiang
Cooperating Engineer:
Programme
  • 16:00 - 16:05 - Opening remarks and greeting
  • 16:05 - 16:15 - Anna Echegaray Figueras
    Abstract:
    Teleconferencing System in Hospital Clinic is presented. It is important for engineers to work as a team with surgeons in order to understand their needs and help them to introduce the new technologies, as the teleconference system, in a friendly way. Engineers should encourage them to use it, knowing the multiple advantages that technology can offer.
  • 16:20 - 16:30 - Gregory Doyle
    Abstract:
    In 2011 the University of Cape Town was introduced to DVTS, not only as alternative to video conferencing in general but also as the only ption to use if one wants to transmits high definition images. Despite teething problems and having equipment and connectivity issues, we have been successfull in using DVTS. The only reason this was able to work was the collaboration and assistance from the university's Information Technology & Communication Services, the Faculty IT team as well as from Kyusku University.li>
  • 16:35 - 16:45 - Dihan Morawaka
  • 16:50 - 16:55 - Jiri Navratil
  • 17:00 - 17:05 - Khanat Kruthkul, Chusak Okascharoen
    Title:Standard Code of Medication in Thailand
    Abstract:
    Different codes of medication in each healthcare supply chain from manufacturer to hospital and patient make difficulty in data interoperability and drug traceability leading to increase cost of healthcare and medication errors. Medication errors pose a significant risk to public health and consequently have serious social and economic impacts. These may result in additional treatments, disabilities and even deaths. Thailand Healthcare Cluster, Mahidol University, initiated standard code of medication in Thailand by using standard code of GS1 called Global Trade Item Number (GTIN) and setting up data pool or drugnet. The initial program has been starting with the collaboration of 11 agencies among manufacturer, distributor and hospital.
  • 17:10 - 17:15 - Patcharee Basu
    Abstract:
    Introduction of School on Internet Asia project(SOI Asia) and CONNECT Asia as a development to create network and technology enabled content sharing collaboration among Asian partners through regional and national networks. It aims to broaden and enhance people’s access to knowledge, sharing expertise among education and research communities. In the APAN medical WG, the activities relating to medical science education will be shared to APAN members.
  • 17:20 - 17:25 - Discussion
  • 17:25 - 17:30 - Closing remarks and good-bye message
Remarks :

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