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  • Malaysia healthcare
  • Governmentstrategy
  • 12 NKEAs
  • Education Building a health sciences education discipline cluster Building a hospitality and tourism discipline cluster Premium Health Education Cluster
  • Healthcare Creating a supportive ecosystem to grow clinical research Reinvigorating health travel through better customer experience, proactive alliances and niche marketing Developing a health metropolis: A world-class campus for healthcare and bioscience Medical equipment supply chain orchestration Medical equipment refurbishment hub Medical furniture and hardware cluster etc.
  • Number of Hospitals in Malaysia Public PrivateYr2009 133 201Yr2005 122 172Yr2000 113 141
  • Number of Hospital beds in Malaysia Public PrivateYr2009 35,745 11,841Yr2005 31,438 10,682Yr2000 29,842 9,828
  • Number of Hospitals ProvidingGeneral Surgery Services in Malaysia Public PrivateYr2009 70 118Yr2005 63 104Yr2000 60 86
  • Number of Hospital Doctors inMalaysia Public PrivateYr2009 10,918 3,911Yr2005 9,590 3,497Yr2000 9,717 3,086
  • Increasingyearly!!
  • Patients?
  • Number of Hospital Admissions inMalaysia, 2009 Private, 923,357 Public, 2,228,388
  • Number of Visits to Emergency & TraumaDepartments in Malaysia, 2009 Private, 1,198,747 Private, 923,357 Public, Public, 2,228,388 5,944,538
  • Medical services sufficient?
  • Waiting timefor healthcare
  • Healthcare worker fatigue
  • Risk ofmedicalmalpractice
  • In the case of Japan…
  • Malpractice:2,703 cases (Yr 2010)
  • Medical incident: 560,024cases(Yr 2010)
  • RFID can be help!!
  • Major elements• Require huge manual work• Require huge amount of time• Troublesome and confuse• Risk-sensitive
  • RFIDapplicationareas
  • Patient managementPatient registration card, Hospital chart,document management
  • Bedside managementMedication, Patient check
  • Blood bag management
  • Linen managementBedclothes, Uniform, Hospital gown
  • Assets managementFixed assets, Mobile assets
  • Medical waste management
  • Pharmaceutical Control
  • Infant tracking
  • Surgical appliance control
  • Ambulances equipment mgt.
  • Commonbenefits?
  • Visibility Individual information Individual status, location 5W1H
  • Track & Trace Individual history Analysis Security
  • Work efficiency Increased productivity Reduce human error Optimize process
  • Environment Enhancement of energy efficiency Paperless operation Waste reduction
  • Go to advancedmedical environment High reliability High-quality medical service Efficient medical service
  • Goal?
  • Reduce healthcareworker’s burden
  • Improve ofmedical quality
  • Customersatisfaction
  • RFID marketin the globalhealthcare
  • “ The market for RFIDtags and systems inhealthcare will riserapidly from $94.6million in 2009 to$1.43 billion in 2019.”
  • Dec. 2011
  • The global RFID market inhealth care was valued at $456 (million) CAGR: 23.8% $157 (million) Yr 2010 Yr 2015
  • Top Three Fastest Growing RFIDEconomic Sectors Through 2008(In Descending Order by CAGR)No.1 Healthcare Services No.2 Industrial / Manufacturing No.3 Retail In-Store
  • RFID in Healthcare Industry2010-2014 CAGR: 29%
  • Because…RFID providedhigh effect tohealthcare