Global Public Health Market Analysis and Reports | Japan Conference Series

Market Analysis - Global Public Health 2019

Importance & Scope:

Public Health is the science which is concerned in taking care of people’s health and to boost the health quality of the people and the community. Public health tries to cope with such a variety of health problems by including scientific strategies from the epidemiological as well as from the social, biological and physical sciences. This is accomplished by adopting healthy lifestyles, inspecting about the diseases and injury prevention, detecting, and responding to infectious diseases. Major health problems facing the world today include infectious diseases, chronic diseases, trauma, and mental health.

Public health units focus on environmental health, communicable disease control, tobacco control and health promotion programmers.

 

Why Japan?

The health care system in Japan provides healthcare services, including screening examinations, prenatal care and infectious disease control, with the patient accepting responsibility for 30% of these costs while the government pays the remaining 70%. Payment for personal medical services is offered by a universal health care insurance system that provides relative equality of access, with fees set by a government committee. All residents of Japan are required by the law to have health insurance coverage. People without insurance from employers can participate in a national health insurance programme, administered by local governments. Patients are free to select physicians or facilities of their choice and cannot be denied coverage. Hospitals, by law, must be run as non-profit and be managed by physicians. For-profit corporations are not allowed to own or operate hospitals. Clinics must be owned and operated by physicians.

Japan's system is now being revamped by the current Prime Minister Shinzō Abe as popularized by Abenomics.

Medical fees are strictly regulated by the government to keep them affordable. Depending on the family income and the age of the insured, patients are responsible for paying 10%, 20%, or 30% of medical fees, with the government paying the remaining fee. Also, monthly thresholds are set for each household, again depending on income and age, and medical fees exceeding the threshold are waived or reimbursed by the government.

Uninsured patients are responsible for paying 100% of their medical fees, but fees are waived for low-income households receiving a government subsidy. Fees are also waived for homeless people brought to the hospital by ambulance.

Tourist attraction

 Hiroshima Peace Memorial, Jigokudani Monkey Park, Kiyomizu-dera, Himeji Castle, Great Buddha of Kamakura, Todaiji Temple, Tokyo Tower, Tokyo Imperial Palace, Mount Fuji, Golden Pavilion, Osaka Castle, Shitennō-ji Temple, Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan, The Tempozan Ferris Wheel, Twin Towers: Tsūtenkaku and the Kobe Port Tower, The National Museum of Art, Tennōji Park and Zoo, Osaka Science Museum, The Umeda Sky Building, Universal Studios Japan.

Target Audience:

CRO’s, Pharmacy professionals, Association chiefs and Pharma Business people. Professors, Students and to provide an international forum for the spread of original research results, new ideas and practical development experiences which concentrate on both theory and practices, CEO's and Scientists, R & D Professionals

Industry        50%

Researchers   20%

Academia     20%

Others          10%

Target Audience Analysis

Epidemiology Associations

  • American College of Epidemiology (ACE)
  • American Public Health Association (APHA)
  • American Society for Public Administration (ASPA)
  • Association Medical Argentina (ADMISAL)
  • Association Mexicana de Epidemiology (AMEPID)
  • Association for Health and Environmental Development (AHED), Egypt
  • Association for Middle Eastern Public Policy and Administration (AMEPPA), USA
  • Association of Chinese Epidemiology
  • Association of University Programs in Health Administration, USA
  • Australasian Epidemiological Association (AEA)
  • Cambodian Society of Infectious and Tropical Diseases
  • Cameroon Directorate for Combating Disease, Epidemics and Pandemics
  • Cameroon Society of Epidemiology (CaSE)
  • Canadian Society for Epidemiology and Biostatistics (CSEB)
  • Danish Epidemiological Society (DES)
  • Egyptian Society of Epidemiology (ESE)
  • Egyptian Veterinary Association of Epidemiology
  • Epidemiological Association of Bangladesh (EPAB)
  • Epidemiological Society of Nigeria (EPiSON)
  • Finnish Epidemiological Society (FES)
  • French International Agency for Research on Cancer
  • German Society for Epidemiology (DGEpi)
  • Indian Association of Preventive and Social Medicine (IAPSM)
  • Indian Public Health Association (IPHA)
  • Indian Society for Medical Statistics (ISMS)
  • International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE)
  • Iranian Epidemiological Association (IrEA)
  • International Society for Pharmacoepidemiology (ISPE)
  • Italian Association of Epidemiology (AIE)
  • Italian Society of Medical Statistics and Clinical Epidemiology / Societal Italian di Statistical Medical de Epidemiologic Clinical (SISMEC)
  • Italy National Institute of Health
  • Japan Epidemiological Association (JEA)
  • Lebanese Epidemiological Association (LEA)
  • Netherlands Epidemiological Society (VvE)
  • Portuguese Association of Epidemiology (APE)
  • Romanian Society of Epidemiology (SRE)
  • Royal Society for Public Health, UK
  • Saudi Epidemiological Association (SEA)
  • Sociedad Española de Rheumatology, Spain
  • Society for Epidemiologic Research (SER)
  • Society for Pediatric and Perinatal Epidemiologic Research
  • Southern African Clinical Epidemiology Association (SACEA)
  • Spanish Society of Epidemiology (SSE)
  • Sweden The Public Health Agency of Sweden
  • Swedish Society of Epidemiology (SVEP)
  • Tanzania National Institute for Medical Research (NIMR)
  • Thailand National Institute of Health
  • Tunisian Environmental Exposure and Epidemiology Association (TEEEA)

Public Health Institutes:   

  • Japan National Institute of Public Health
  • Albania Institute of Public Health
  • Jordan Ministry of Health
  • Angola National Institute of Health
  • Kenya Medical Research Institute
  • Argentina National Laboratories and Health Institutes Administration (ANLIS)
  • Libya National Centre for Disease Control
  • Armenia National CDC Zelveian National Institute of Health
  • Macedonia Institute of Public Health of Republic of Macedonia
  • Bangladesh Institute of Epidemiology, Disease Control & Research (IEDCR)
  • Bangladesh National Influenza Centre (NIC)
  • Malawi Ministry of Health
  • Belgium Scientific Institute of Public Health
  • Mexico National Institute of Public Health (INSP)
  • Bolivia National Institute of Health Laboratories (INLASA)
  • Moldova National Center of Public Health
  • Brazil FIOCRUZ (Oswaldo Cruz Foundation)
  • Mongolia Public Health Institute of Ministry of Health
  • Burundi National Institute of Public Health
  • Morocco National Institute of Hygiene
  • Pasteur Institute of Morocco (IPM)
  • Morocco Direction of Epidemiology and Control Diseases, Ministry of Health (MoH)
  • Cambodia National Institute of Health
  • Mozambique National Institute of Health
  • Cameroon Directorate for Combating Disease, Epidemics and Pandemics
  • Myanmar National Health Laboratory
  • CARICOM Center for Strategic Health Studies (CSHS)
  • CARICOM Ministry of Health (MoH)
  • Nepal School of Public Health and Community Medicine B.P. Koirala Institute of Health Sciences
  • Canada Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC)
  • Canada Institute national de santé publique du Québec (INSPQ)
  • Netherlands National Institute for Public Health & the Environment (RIVM)
  • Public Health Institute of Chile
  • Nigeria National Primary Health Care Development Agency
  • Nigerian Institute of Medical Research (NIMR)
  • The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control
  • China Centre for Disease Control
  • Norwegian Institute of Public Health
  • Colombia National Institute of Health
  • Pakistan Institute of Public Health
  • Costa Rica National Institute for Research on Nutrition and Health (INCIENSA)
  • Palestinian National Institute of Public Health
  • Cote d'Ivoire National Institute of Public Health
  • Panama Instituto Conmemorativo Gorgas de Estudios de la Salud
  • Croatia National Institute of Public Health
  • Papua New Guinea National Department of Health
  • Cuba Institute of Tropical Medicine 'Pedro Kouri'
  • Peru National Institute of Health (INS)
  • Czech Republic National Institute of Public Health
  • Poland National Institute of Public Health
  • Denmark National Institute of Public Health
  • Portugal Institute of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (IHMT)
  • Portugal National Health Institute (INSA)
  • EcuadorNational Institute of Public Health Research-INSPI
  • Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • El Salvador Ministry of Public Health and Social Assistance
  • Russian Federation National Research Center for Preventive Medicine
  • Estonia National Institute for Health Development
  • Rwanda Biomedical Center, Institute of HIV/AIDS, Disease Prevention and Control (RBC/IHDPC)
  • Ethiopian Public Health Institute (EPHI)
  • Saudi Arabia Ministry of Health
  • Finland National Institute for Health and Welfare (THL)
  • Serbia Institute of Public Health
  • French Institute for Public Health Surveillance (InVS)
  • French International Agency for Research on Cancer
  • French National Institute of Health and Medical Research (INSERM)
  • Somalia National Institute of Health
  • Georgia National Center for Disease Control and Public Health (NCDC)
  • Slovenia National Public Health Institute
  • Germany Robert Koch Institute
  • South Africa National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD)
  • Ghana Health Service
  • Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research
  • Spain Carlos III Health Institute
  • Guatemala National Science Center
  • Sudan Public Health Institute
  • GuineaNational Institute of Public Health Guinea (Guinea NPHI)
  • Sweden The Public Health Agency of Sweden
  • Guinea-Bissau National Institute of Public Health (INASA)
  • Syria Center for Strategic Health Studies
  • Hong Kong Centre for Health Protection (CHP), Dept. of Health, Hong Kong China
  • Tanzania National Institute for Medical Research (NIMR)
  • Hungary National Center for Epidemiology
  • Thailand National Institute of Health
  • Iceland the Directorate of Health
  • Togo National Institute of Hygiene
  • India National Centre for Disease Control
  • Turkey Refik Saydam Hygiene Center
  • Iran I.R. Iran’s National Institute of Health Research
  • Uganda Uganda Virus Research Institute (UVRI)
  • Ireland Institute of Public Health in Ireland
  • Public Health England
  • Public Health Wales
  • Israel Center for Disease Control
  • United States Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC)
  • United States Emory University Global Health Institute
  • Italy National Institute of Health
  • Vietnam National Institute of Hygiene & Epidemiology (NIHE)

 

Global Public Health-2019 will be the best platform for all the specialists and super specialists, renowned Scientists, research scholars, students from leading universities and research institutions making this event as a remarkable conference to share experience, foster collaboration across industry and academia, and evaluate emerging technologies across the globe.

Hear, learn and explore the latest research. Present before distinguished global audience. Collaborate, build partnerships and experience Asia (Osaka, Japan). Join the global academic community.