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更大的开放性如何能够改变医疗保健的前景和信息通信技术的能力

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【机       构】: 日本全球通信中心
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【原文地址】: http://www.glocom.ac.jp/e/2008/03/glocom_iecp_discussion_series_2.html
【发表时间】:

2008-03-14

摘要

Speaker: Elliot Maxwell, Fellow, Communications Program, Johns Hopkins University, Distinguished Research Fellow, e-Business Research Center Pennsylvania State University, Chief Strategist, eMaxwell & Associates, Policy Advisor, EPCglobal.

Date & Time: 25 March 2008, 15:00-17:30 (GLOCOM, Roppongi)

Abstract The entire chain of production in healthcare, from research to treatment, can be improved by increasing “openness”. Openness in this context has two dimension: accessibility and responsiveness. The fewer the limits the more open is the information or the process. The more that the information can be modified or repurposed, the more responsive it is, and the more open. By giving people more access to more information and by allowing them to contribute their own unique insights and expertise, one can increase innovation, heighten accountability, and reduce errors. The presentation will look at the ways greater openness can positively affect research, clinical trials, publication/dissemination of research findings, the development of electronic medical records, even the interaction between patients and caregivers. Openness is facilitated by ICT, and, in particular the Internet, but it is also enhanced by an attitude that welcomes input and values contributions even from unlikely sources.

The presentation is based on a report “Harnessing Openness to Transform American Health Care” issued by the Committee for Economic Development, Washington DC (2008).

2008-03-14

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