日本の電子カルテ導入率 H27年41.4％（一般病院） 300床以上77％
総務省・厚労省 医療ICT報告書 個別考え方6件中2件が九州医事研提案
“電子カルテのシェア 上位5社で81％” の続きを読む
Welcome to Washington! I could tell you stories… Not long ago I was where you were– in the private sector attending conferences. Now, after a lot of years in health care, I ended up here where I find myself focused on the role CMS can play to be a productive and simplifying force at a time when all of us in health care are going through substantial and dramatic changes. Newly eligible consumers … different payment models … technology advances … more care integration … new requirements. Even change we welcome represents new challenges and the sheer volume of change has driven us all into implementation mode. From the not-so-distant past, I remember how CMS often felt opaque to me and I probably said more than once how helpful it would be to know CMS’s agenda rather than divining them by poring through an often intricate set of regulations so my commitment to you is to talk straight and engage in real dialogue. In my time left at CMS, likely under a year, I’d like to focus our culture on closing the gulf between the transformative policy agenda that happens here and the realities of care delivery in the real world. We can do that only by listening and continually improving what we do. And in the midst of this, I see it as a great time for hospitals to not only advocate for what you want, but strategically plan for the changes we see ahead.
So today, I’ll lay out our 2016 agenda specifically as it relates to our work with the hospital community in three parts.
- first is how hospitals can participate with us in what I will call the “retailization” of health care;
- second is how we can advance our care delivery payment initiatives in ways that really advance the ball on care;
- and third, and perhaps as important as anything, is how CMS can be a better, more responsive partner to you by listening and simplifying.
“米国CMS 2016年以降ヘルスケアリテライゼーション改革へ” の続きを読む