RFID Applications for Healthcare

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本スライドでは、マレーシアの医療分野における、RFID技術の適用可能領域について示してみました。マレーシア国内では、あまり医療関係についての統計データが開示されていないので、本スライドで示されたデータ興味深いと思います。
また、世界的には医療分野でのRFID技術適用が注目され、多くの導入事例が紹介されていますが、マレーシアの医療機関はそうした技術に消極的な姿勢となっています。一つには、医療費が先進国と比べて安価なため、一部の民間病院以外では費用対効果を見出せないのだと思います。
あと、ここではだいぶスライドを削除していますので、ちょっと全体の流れがスムーズではないかも知れません。

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RFID Applications for Healthcare

  1. 1. Malaysia healthcare
  2. 2. Governmentstrategy
  3. 3. 12 NKEAs
  4. 4. Education Building a health sciences education discipline cluster Building a hospitality and tourism discipline cluster Premium Health Education Cluster
  5. 5. 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.
  6. 6. Number of Hospitals in Malaysia Public PrivateYr2009 133 201Yr2005 122 172Yr2000 113 141
  7. 7. Number of Hospital beds in Malaysia Public PrivateYr2009 35,745 11,841Yr2005 31,438 10,682Yr2000 29,842 9,828
  8. 8. Number of Hospitals ProvidingGeneral Surgery Services in Malaysia Public PrivateYr2009 70 118Yr2005 63 104Yr2000 60 86
  9. 9. Number of Hospital Doctors inMalaysia Public PrivateYr2009 10,918 3,911Yr2005 9,590 3,497Yr2000 9,717 3,086
  10. 10. Increasingyearly!!
  11. 11. Patients?
  12. 12. Number of Hospital Admissions inMalaysia, 2009 Private, 923,357 Public, 2,228,388
  13. 13. Number of Visits to Emergency & TraumaDepartments in Malaysia, 2009 Private, 1,198,747 Private, 923,357 Public, Public, 2,228,388 5,944,538
  14. 14. Medical services sufficient?
  15. 15. Waiting timefor healthcare
  16. 16. Healthcare worker fatigue
  17. 17. Risk ofmedicalmalpractice
  18. 18. In the case of Japan…
  19. 19. Malpractice:2,703 cases (Yr 2010)
  20. 20. Medical incident: 560,024cases(Yr 2010)
  21. 21. RFID can be help!!
  22. 22. Major elements• Require huge manual work• Require huge amount of time• Troublesome and confuse• Risk-sensitive
  23. 23. RFIDapplicationareas
  24. 24. Patient managementPatient registration card, Hospital chart,document management
  25. 25. Bedside managementMedication, Patient check
  26. 26. Blood bag management
  27. 27. Linen managementBedclothes, Uniform, Hospital gown
  28. 28. Assets managementFixed assets, Mobile assets
  29. 29. Medical waste management
  30. 30. Pharmaceutical Control
  31. 31. Infant tracking
  32. 32. Surgical appliance control
  33. 33. Ambulances equipment mgt.
  34. 34. Commonbenefits?
  35. 35. Visibility Individual information Individual status, location 5W1H
  36. 36. Track & Trace Individual history Analysis Security
  37. 37. Work efficiency Increased productivity Reduce human error Optimize process
  38. 38. Environment Enhancement of energy efficiency Paperless operation Waste reduction
  39. 39. Go to advancedmedical environment High reliability High-quality medical service Efficient medical service
  40. 40. Goal?
  41. 41. Reduce healthcareworker’s burden
  42. 42. Improve ofmedical quality
  43. 43. Customersatisfaction
  44. 44. RFID marketin the globalhealthcare
  45. 45. “ The market for RFIDtags and systems inhealthcare will riserapidly from $94.6million in 2009 to$1.43 billion in 2019.”
  46. 46. Dec. 2011
  47. 47. The global RFID market inhealth care was valued at $456 (million) CAGR: 23.8% $157 (million) Yr 2010 Yr 2015
  48. 48. 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
  49. 49. RFID in Healthcare Industry2010-2014 CAGR: 29%
  50. 50. Because…RFID providedhigh effect tohealthcare

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