How Information and Technology Shape COVID-19? -Dr. Lee Kwo-Wei Shared Smart Hospital Experience
Dr. Nina Kao, Hsiao-Ling, CEO, Overseas Medical Mission Center of Changhua Christian Hospital
D. Lee Kwo-Wei
Smart healthcare is one of key factors on e-Health strategy in Thailand 4.0 National Development Plan. Changhua Christian Hospital promoted information and technology cooperation program since 2018 and has built crucial relationship with many of health providers as well as professionals in Thailand and other Southeast countries. During the coronavirus pandemic outbreak period, many of countries are putting their citizens on various forms lockdown, therefore, CCH hosts a series of online seminar to share how information and technology shape COVID-19.
On May 13th, Dr. Lee Kwo-Whei, the Superintendent of Yuanlin Christian Hospital, shared “How a Smart Hospital Responds to and Manages the COVID-19” via webinar APP. His talk focused on shaping smart hospital in response to the epidemic, such as how to manage patient traffic at ER and OPD , apply Bio-Kil and disinfection UV-robot to decontaminate the operating theater, patient ward and public areas, comprehensively monitor and manage the health condition of employees, conduct education and training, set up the alternative plans to sustain the hospital operation.
Onpening remarks by Representative Tung, TECO in Thailand
Onpening remarks by Mr. Yeh, President of TITRA
After Dr. Lee’s presentation, there are three reactors, Mr. Ian Sun, Sales Department Supervisor, New Era AI Robotic Inc., New Kinpo Group, Dr. Witoon, Director of Overbrook Hospital, Chiangrai and Pol. Maj. Gen. Thana Turajane, Deputy of Surgeon General of Police General Hospital shared their opinions and feedback. Dr. Do Ngoc Son, form Bach May Hospital in Vietnam also addressed the question on how to deal with the negative case turns to positive case issue. Around 130 participants from medical industries, public and private health sectors including Thailand, Myanmar, Japan, Indonesia, Mongolia, Philippines, Vietnam, PNG, Nepal, and Malaysia were invited to join. Completed online seminar video link is：https://youtu.be/m0RRTZ2QYxw
A total of 10 sessions online seminar in different topics have been held from April 24th by CCH, Including 2 sessions of health awareness for Taiwanese businessmen and a special session on Nurses Dialogue of epidemic prevention. The organizers including Changhua Christian Hospital, Chung-hua Institution for Economic Research, Metal Industry Research and Development Center, Taiwan External Trade Development Council, Taipei Computer Association as well as Institute for Information Industry. Advisors cover the MOHW, TCEO in Thailand and the Industry Bureau of MOE.
Video shown the smart patient ward
Dr. Lee shared his talk on smart hospital fights COVID-19
Except for the death on February (the first case in Taiwan), 18 patients with COVID-19 admitted at Changhua Christian Hospital were all discharged from the hospital on April 28th included one 89-year-old eldest patient has successfully completed his treatment at CCH.
The novel coronavirus crisis demands a strong, coordinated, inclusive and coherent response between central and local public sectors. How local government officers implement the prevention policy, regulation as well as strategy and modify in accordance with the regional situation is critical for fighting the disease. In the next session on May 29th, Dr. Yeh, the Director of Changhua County Health Bureau is going to share his experience to coordinate and unity the health providers at Changhua County to against the COVID-19. For more details, please go to the event website https://c19webinars.visionthai.net/
Feedback from Dr. Witoon, Directior of Overbrook Hospital
Feeback from Director of Bangkok Christian Hospital, Dr. Chousak
Feedback from Dr. Do Ngoc Son of Bach May Hospital in Vietnam
Feedback from Ian, Sales Department Supervisor, New Era AI Robotic Inc.
Feedback from Dr. Thana, Deputy Director of Surgeon General, Police General Hospital
Online seminar working team