Medical care is constant, and it cannot be stopped even in the face of a crisis.
The situation is different from restaurants, shops and factories.
Consider the medical specificity.
It is meaningful that medical workers who know the medical situation make
We make a BCP centered on medical care and patients.
Japan suffered the Great Earthquake in 2011.
Before that, occurred a Great Earthquake Kobe Japan 1995.
Storms and floods occur every year.
Power outages and water outages occur every day in Japan.
We are learning to see the disaster area.
We reward the victims by taking advantage of the lessons of the victims.
Even if there is no disaster, medical care cannot be stopped.
Even if a disaster occurs, medical care cannot be stopped.
If a disaster occurs, the hospital will be more busy than normal.
Emphasis is placed on "continuation" rather than recovery.
There are life support devices that can't be stopped for a few minutes.
Delivery cannot be stopped.
Asthma attacks cannot be left unattended.
BCP in consideration of medical specialities is necessary.
We will carefully proceed with the planning process in step with medical institutions.
Open the guidance for that.
There is an original guidebook for that.
*.This guidebook was published only in Japanese.
BCP is Business Contuinuity Plan.
There are threats that harm business continuity.
You need to be prepared for your business to continue in the face of threats.
BCP defines threats and plans countermeasures.
BCP has a short-term strategy and a long-term strategy.
The short-term strategy plans for safety confirmation and business continuity immediately after a disaster.
The long-term strategy is a plan to recover after a disaster and not to go out of business.
A long-term strategy is important for companies, and a short-term strategy is essential for healthcare.
The US Department of Homeland Security states that BCP includes four steps.
1.Conduct a business impact analysis to identify time-sensitive or critical business functions and processes and the resources that support them.
2.Identify, document, and implement to recover critical business functions and processes.
3.Organize a business continuity team and compile a business continuity plan to manage a business disruption.
4.Conduct training for the business continuity team and testing and exercises to evaluate recovery strategies and the plan.
DRP is Disaster Recovery Plan.
BCP plans continuation and recovery of management, while DRP focuses on
continuation and recovery of work in case of disaster.
BCP assumes a wide range of threats, but DRP is a disaster specific plan.
There is no clear distinction between BCP and DRP.
BCM is Business Continuity Management.
The plan will not be executed unless the people involved have mastered it.
Even if you read a textbook, you can't respond flexibly.
Run simulations and exercises to gain the ability to respond to threats.
Improvement of stockpile items, cooperation system for relief, and self-cooking practice are also part of management.
GOA is Goal Oriented Action.
In other words, it does not stick to the procedure or process, but emphasizes
GOA is important in medical care during disasters where lifesaving is a priority.
PDCA is an abbreviation for plan, do, check, and action.
PDCA is a four step cycle that allows you to implement change, solve problems,
and continuously improve processes.
Its cyclical nature allows it to be utilized in a continuous manner for ongoing improvement.
PDCA is commonly used in business and task forces.
DMAT is defined as ga medically trained medical team that can work in the acute phase of a disasterh.
The acronym for Disaster Medical Assistance Team is abbreviated as gDMATh.
It consists of doctors, nurses, and coordinators (medical staff and administrative staff other than doctors and nurses).
It is a specialized medical team that arrives and works within 48 hours
at the site of large-scale disasters and accidents involving multiple injuries.
The team activity period is generally 3 days to 1 week.
In the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake that occurred on January 17, 1995, it was reported that 500 people could survive if the initial medical system was in place.
Japan's DMAT was established in April 2005 by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare.
JMAT is an abbreviation for Japan Medical Association Team.
Proposed the creation of JMAT in the report of the Emergency Medical Care Committee of the Medical Association of Japan (March 2010).
After the disaster, it will be dispatched by a request from the Japan Medical Association to the prefectural medical association.
The concept is designed mainly to support cooperation and activities with the stricken area medical association while sharing roles and cooperation between the DMAT and stricken area medical association.
The initial movement is DMAT, but JMAT will be active after one week of the disaster.
The mission is not only for hospital support but also for infectious disease control in shelters.