OHTA Sachiko, M.D., Ph.D. / Professor
Pharmaceutical Business Sciences Course · Pharmaceutical Information Sciences Course
Department of Pharmaceutical and Medical Business Sciences
1. Health informatics
2. Decision support system using health IT and simulation model
3. Healthcare and medical data analysis
With the main theme of medical supply and demand imbalance, my research takes the role of support the construction of a system to solve regional medical problems on the concept of decision support and health informatics. In a recent project (2018),
I supported to develop an application for visualizing of a shortage of medical services under mass casual incidents, such as Olympic games, using agent-based modeling.
1. Morimura N, Aruga T, Sakamoto T, Aoki N, Ohta S, Ishihara T, Kushimoto S, Ohta S, Ishikawa H; Steering Council of Tokyo Emergency Telephone Consultation Centre. The Impact of emergency telephone consultation service on the use of ambulances in Tokyo. Emerg Med J 2011; 28(1): 64-70.
2. Ohta S, Aoki N, Kikuchi N, Oishi M. Discrete Event Simulation Analysis for Optimization of Outpatient Flow. MedInfo2007; 12: 371.
3. Aoki N, Ohta S, Yamamoto H, Kikuchi N, Dunn K. Triangulation Analysis of Tele- Palliative Care Implementation in a Rural Community Area in Japan. Telemedicine and e-Health 2006; 12: 655-662.