Symposium: Total Optimization of Organizations through Health and Productivity Management in Japan and France
Health and productivity management (HPM) aims to achieve the overall optimum for the whole organization by integrating cost management.
We will hold a symposium and invite 2 recognized researchers from Lille 1 University. We will introduce the results of our joint research in Japan and France and present advanced cases of HPM.
We hope that this symposium will help to promote further study about HPM. We look forward to your participation.
|[Date]||Thursday, October 20, 14:00-16:30|
|[Venue]||Ito Hall, Ito International Research Center, Hongo Campus of the University of Tokyo map|
Hiroya Ogata (Professor, The University of Tokyo)
Sebastien Richard (Associate professor, Lille 1 University)
Benjamin Huver (Associate professor, Lille 1 University)
Yuji Furui (Assistant professor, The University of Tokyo)
Yoko Tsuno (Assistant professor, The University of Tokyo)
Katsuhiko Shibuya (Assistant professor, Juntendo University)
Takuko Fukui (MD, St. Mary's Hospital)
|[Registration]||Open to all, upon registration.|
|[Language]||French / Japanese simultaneous interpretation|
|[Hosted by]||HPM Unit, Policy Alternatives Research Institute, the University of Tokyo|
Opening Remarks Hiroya Ogata (The University of Tokyo)
Keynote speech Sebastien Richard (Lille 1 University)
“Working conditions, health and sickness absence / presence in France”
Session 1: The Outcome of UoT/PARI-Lille 1U Joint Research /
Comparative Analysis of Health and Productivity Management in Japan and France: How to measure health and productivity at workplaces?
Benjamin Huver (Lille 1 University)
Yoko Tsuno (The University of Tokyo)
Katsuhiko Shibuya (The University of Tokyo)
Session 2: Panel discussion
Case reports by the three public health insurers in Japan and discussion
Moderator: Yuji Furui (The University of Tokyo)
-Panel 1: Takuko Fukui (St.Mary's Hospital)
-Panel 2: Nobuhiro Ando (Daiwa Securities Group Inc.)
-Panel 3: Shiho Takatsuka (Tokio Marine & Nichido Risk Consulting Co., Ltd.)
Closing Remarks Yuji Furui
“Review of the study and further research prospects”
*This symposium is supported by The Pfizer Health Research Foundation in Japan.