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1 Wrap-up: Implications for ITU-T and ITU-D
ITU Workshop on “E-health services in low-resource settings: Requirements and ITU role” (Tokyo, Japan, 4-5 February 2013) Wrap-up: Implications for ITU-T and ITU-D Masahito Kawamori, Rapporteur, ITU-T Q28/16 “Multimedia Framework for e-Health Applications” NTT Tokyo, Japan, 4-5 February 2013

2 Keynote speeches from Public and Private sector leaders
Perspectives in the E-Health Policies (Yasuo SAKAMOTO, Director-General for ICT Strategic Policy Planning, MIC, Japan) Global Agenda in Post Fukushima (Kiyoshi KUROKAWA, Academic Fellow, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies, Japan) Emmanuel Ija BAYA, Minister of Health in Central Equatorial State, Republic of South Sudan eHealth Priorities and Practice (Mark S. LANDRY, Health Information Technical Officer, WHO Western Pacific Regional Office, Philippines)

3 Session 1: Setting the context: e-health implementation in low-resource settings
ITU activities on e-Health (Sameer SHARMA, ITU Regional Office for Asia-Pacific, Bangkok) mHealth services in Japan - Services provided by NTTDATA (Shigeru TOMITA, NTT Data, Japan) Healthcare challenges in developing countries & e-Health (Rajendra Pratap GUPTA, Chairman, Continua Health Alliance, India Current status of hospital information system and HIE network in Japan (Yoshiyuki TAKAHASHI, Director, Fujitsu, Japan)

4 Session 2: Use cases on e-health in low-resource settings
ITU on e-health in Sudan: Background and problems (Daliya SALIH, Sudan Medical Specialization Board Khatourm, Sudan) e-Health: The Uganda Situation (Doreen BIRABWA-MALE, Deputy Executive Director, Mulago National Referral Hospital, Uganda) Potential use of e-health services in Algeria (Malika GAMAZ BENSAOU, Professor, Medical Oncology, Ministry of Health, Algeria) Abu Dhabi Wegaya Programme Tackling NCD's: Application to Low and Middle Income Health Markets (Reehan SHEIKH, Technical Strategist, Platform Health, UAE

5 Session 3: Use Cases on e-health in low-resource settings (Continued)
GramHealth: An affordable and usable healthcare system for unreached community (Ashir AHMED, Associate Professor, Kyusyu University, Bangladesh) Challenges and opportunities for e-Health in developing countries - Vietnam (Nguyen Quoc CUONG, Deputy Managing Director, Vietnam Posts & Telecommunications Group, Vietnam) Current Situation of E-health in Myanmar (Nang Kham Oo LEIK, Assistant Lecturer, Central Women's Hospital, Yangon, Myanmar)

6 Session 4: Current projects on e-health
The status quo and the future of e-Health (Ikuyo KANEKO, Professor, Keio University, Japan) Tele-care: Role of Interactive TV in e-Health (Yau Wei YUN, Project leader, A*Star, Singapore) The accessiblity imperative for e-Health applications and services, demographic realities and barriers to usage (Axel LEBOIS Executive Director, G3ict, USA) (Remote) BAN Portable Clinic toward Affordable Healthcare M2M Service (Masahiro KURODA, Manager, NICT, Japan) 

7 Session 5: Future technologies on e-health
New Heart Care System based on UT-Heart for Tailor-made Medicine (Yoshimasa KADOOKA, General Manager, Fujitsu, Japan Cognitive Neuro-Science approach to Telemedicine (Makio KASHINO, Executive Manager, NTT, Japan) Ubiquitous Network for e-Health (H. K. CHOI, Professor, Inje University, Korea)

8 Session 6: e-health in the case of disasters
Video of disaster on March 11th, 2011 (MIC) Great East Japan Earthquake and research and development for network resilience and recovery (Noriyuki ARAKI, Chairman, ITU-T FG-DR&NRR) Telemedicine as a Tool in Japan Disaster Relief (Masatake ETO, Director and Managing Executive Officer, A&D Company, Japan) The Final Decision Call after the Accident of Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant (Isao NAKAJIMA, Professor, Tokai University, Japan)

9 Use cases on e-health in low-resource settings
What we have gained Use cases on e-health in low-resource settings Requirements from developing countries Examples of Solutions/Systems Seeds for further consideration eHealth-related areas to be considered Tokyo, Japan, 4-5 February 2013

10 e-Health and Relevant Issues
Aging Society Disaster Situation Emergencies Accessibility and Disabilities Tokyo, Japan, 4-5 February 2013

11 Needs for global standardization
e-Health Propagation Needs for global standardization Migration from traditional healthcare and medical care Environment for education, learning, training, Promotional events – bridging the gap in perception of “eHealth” Tokyo, Japan, 4-5 February 2013

12 Standardization Points
Use cases and Requirements Workshop proceedings to be a good source Glossary Abbreviations and technical terms explained for common understanding Data Sets and Applications Some already existing E.g. Continua Health Alliance Relevant Organizations Consortiums and forums related to eHealth (not necessarily SDOs) Tokyo, Japan, 4-5 February 2013

13 Contributions & Meetings
Action Items ITU Website SG16 website to host the “proceedings” of the workshop Materials Relevant materials available on ITU Websites Events Further Workshops and Tutorials Contributions & Meetings ITU-T will work with ITU-D and WHO to further the standardization process Tokyo, Japan, 4-5 February 2013

14 WHO will work with members to promote eHealth
Action Items (2) WHO will work with members to promote eHealth A better understanding of eHealth/mHealth is desired (Off-line/f2f) meetings between ITU and WHO are requested to create a better understanding and overcome the gap may be proposed Tokyo, Japan, 4-5 February 2013

15 Thank you!!! Tokyo, Japan, 4-5 February 2013

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