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16th DIA Japan Annual Meeting 2019

Delivering Rational Medicine for All People in the Globe


[S37] The Future of Medical Big Data Based on the Next Generation Medical Infrastructure Act

Session Chair(s)

Hiroyuki  Yoshihara, MD, PhD

Hiroyuki Yoshihara, MD, PhD

  • Professor Emeritus
  • Kyoto University, Japan
Recently, the utilization of medical DB has been promoted in the medical industry, and the collection, accumulation and utilization of real world data such as EHR have been actively promoted regardless of the initiative of the government or private sector. The Next-Generation Medical Infrastructure Act, which took effect last year, sets new rules for the medical database industry. In this session, *What is the Next Generation Medical Infrastructure Act? *Medical DB based on the Next-Generation Medical Foundation Act *Future of Medical DBs under the Next-Generation Medical Infrastructure Act *What is the 1000 Medical Records Project? This paper introduces the future state of the medical DB industry, utilization of the medical DB, and how the medical DB industry will develop in the future, and proposes a method to contribute to future medical DB research.

Speaker(s)

Soichi  Ogishima

Development of Genomic Medicine and Drug Discovery Using Medical Database in Genome Cohort Study

Soichi Ogishima

  • Tohoku Medical Megabank Organization of Tohoku University, Japan
Hiroyuki  Yoshihara, MD, PhD

Millennial Medical Record: Large Clinical Database for Medical Research

Hiroyuki Yoshihara, MD, PhD

  • Professor Emeritus
  • Kyoto University, Japan
Takeo  Nakayama, MD, PhD

Reconsidering “Real World Data”

Takeo Nakayama, MD, PhD

  • Professor, Department of Health Informatics, School of Public Health
  • Kyoto University, Japan