Innovative Healthcare Models Beyond Borders
13:30 - 15:00
主論壇 Summit Stage
澳洲 Bolton Clarke 高級商業創新策略師
One Good Street 創辦人
Senior Strategist Business Innovation, Bolton Clarke
Founder, One Good Street
Mr Matiu BUSH
麥蒂爾是澳洲最大的安老及社區護理提供者Bolton Clarke的高級商業創新策略師。他致力推動護老服務的創新，並創辦了社交網絡運動「One Good Street」，鼓勵居民主動照顧年邁而容易陷入孤單的鄰居。 麥蒂爾擁有豐富的臨床及管理護理經驗，並曾與諾貝爾獎得主德蘭修女一起工作。
Matiu is the Senior Strategist, Business Innovation at Bolton Clarke, the largest aged and community care provider in Australia. He drives innovation in aged care and founded One Good Street, a social networking initiative to encourage neighbour initiated care for older residents at risk of loneliness. Matiu has broad clinical and managerial nursing experience, including working alongside Nobel Prize Laureate Mother Teresa.
講題 Speech：One Good Street
「One Good Street」是一個社區社交網站，旨在減低長者的孤獨感和社會隔離感。「One Good Street」透過本地社區發起運動提供平台，讓居民向年邁的鄰居伸出援手。「One Good Street」與別不同，不是單獨孤立的活動，而把重點放在行動實踐，營造社會氛圍。 這為「One Good Street」的成員提供了很多參與機會，實踐義務工作。當中許多成員擁有多年的志願服務經驗。
「One Good Street」是倡導鄰裡互助的城市革新運動之一部分。 從創建冷氣俱樂部幫助長者渡過炎夏，到透過工具庫分享老年護理設備，再到建立沙煲俱樂部，為老人帶來營養膳食和社交機會，「One Good Street」啟迪鄰里、鼓勵社區，以行動改變老年人的生活。
「One Good Street」將透過正面的社區交流活動，以及通過鄰裡網絡提高大家對老人孤獨感與社會隔離感的意識，為老年人提供支援。社區鄰里互助是支持和關愛長者方案的重要組成部分。
One Good Street is a neighbourhood social networking site that aims to reduce loneliness and social isolation among seniors. Through local initiatives, One Good Street provides a platform for opportunities for neighbors to offer their assistance to older residents. The emphasis is on an ecology of practical activities which is unique when compared to many single initiatives working in isolation. These initiatives provide multiple entry points for involvement by One Good Street members, many who already have a proud history of volunteering.
One Good Street is part of the urban renewal movement championing neighbour initiated care. From starting an Air Con Club which helps older residents during the heat, to sharing aged care equipment through tool libraries, to casserole clubs that provide nutrition and connection, One Good Street inspires and empowers neighbors to make a real difference in the lives of older citizens.
One Good Street will provide a support architecture around the older person by improving the pro-social activities on the street and raising awareness of loneliness, social isolation through a partnership with the neighbourhood networks. Neighbourhoods are well placed to be part of the solution for support and care for older residents.
President, Buurtzorg Neighbourhood Care Asia
Dr Stephan DYCKERHOFF
Dr Dyckerhoff holds an MBA at University St. Gallen, Switzerland. He has been living in Shanghai since 2005 and started working in elderly care since 2008. In 2014 he co-founded the social enterprise, Buurtzorg Asia, which strives to bring the awarded Dutch model of community-based elderly care to Asia. Buurtzorg Asia has operations in Japan, China and India and projects in South Korea, Singapore and Australia and soon also in Hong Kong.
Better Care at lower cost: A disruptive model of care at home
Founded in 2007 by a community nurse in the Netherlands, Buurtzorg became the leading European community-based home nursing provider. Buurtzorg grew in Holland from 4 nurses in 2007 to more than 10.000 nurses and 4.500 care workers. Buurtzorg’s ambition is to improve the quality of life of the elderly by allowing them to stay at home with excellent care at reasonable cost: Better care for lower cost!
Nowhere in the world there are enough nurses to properly take care for all the elderly. Hence Buurtzorg strives to reduce the number of nurse hours per patient. This is achieved by focusing on supporting the patients to increase their independence and by leveraging and orchestrating informal networks like family members, volunteers or neighbors. This approach, in combination with a unique service model, empowered nurses, lean processes and a strong IT solution leads to 34% less nurse hours/patient compared to the market average.
Buurtzorg started internationalization 5 years ago with operations and projects in more than 20 countries. The presentation will explain the unique care model and its outcomes and then share some experiences from the roll out into Asia.
日本Tetsuya Healthcare Holdings (前為 Your Home Clinic ) 創辦人
新加坡Tetsuya Healthcare Holdings 合伙創辦人
Board Certified Member of the Japanese Circulation Society
Clinical Professor, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Tokyo
President, Tetsuyu Institute Medical Corporation, Tokyo
Dr Shinsuke MUTO
武藤先生畢業於東京大學醫學院，並取得醫學系研究科內科學的博士學位。他於2010年創立 You Home Clinic 。在2015年，他將他的家庭醫療服務拓展至新加坡。他於當地成立了Tetsuya Home Care 並為現任董事。在此之先，他曾在麥肯錫顧問公司的家庭醫療保健領域工作，並曾為日本皇家的御用醫師。
Dr Muto is the President of Tetsuyu Institute Medical, Japan and a co-founder of Tetsuyu Healthcare, Singapore. A Cardiologist by training, Dr Muto founded one of Japan’s largest home care practice. He has successfully leveraged technology to improve home care outcomes. Dr Muto sits on various national committees and advises the Japanese government on healthcare technology policies. Dr Muto previously served as Court Physician, Imperial Household Agency of Japan. He was also a Consultant with McKinsey and Company.
講題 Speech：百歲後的生活 Life Beyond 100
Japan is one of the world’s most aged society. It is not uncommon to see many elderly living beyond 100 years old. As at 2018, there were nearly 70,000 centenarians in Japan. Rapid enhancements in healthcare and medicine will see these numbers soar along eight times especially with the coming of age of baby boomers. With a declining population and fewer people to support the aged, the government of Japan is searching for new answers to eldercare.
Abenonics – the economic policies that is set out by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe – has considered the effects of the Japanese aging population. Complementing that are also other health and social policies and strategies catering to a population that are very likely to live to see 100.
Dr Muto will discuss Japan’s approach to tackling the challenge of “Life Beyond 100” e.g.
- Impact on Free Access to health care and Universal Insurance
- Preventive Care e.g. Extending Healthy Years
- Motivating the elderly to self-care
- Dignity and Quality of Care
- Leveraging Technology and changing mindsets e.g. AI, Robotics and Productivity
Dr Jane Lee is the Director of the Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui (Anglican) Welfare Council. In 2008, she initiated the annual Social Enterprise Summit and served as the chair for 9 years. The Summit now attracts about 10,000 participants every year and is the highlight of the field. Since 2018, she has been chairing the Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Development Fund Task Force. She is also engaged in the Commission on Poverty and the Community Care Fund Task Force.
Dr Jane LEE, JP
Director, Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Welfare Council