Noriaki Aoki, MD, PhD
- President, Center for Health Outcomes Research and Development, Japan (CHORD-J)
- Adjunct Faculty, Department Emergency and Critical Care Medicine,
Showa University School of Medicine, Japan
- Adjunct Faculty, Department Health Informatics,
Kyoto University School of Medicine, Japan
7000 Fannin, Suite 600
Houston, TX 77030
- M.B.A., 2007, The University of Massachusetts Isenberg School of Management (Medical Management)
- M.S., 2001, School of Health Information Sciences, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (Health Informatics)
- Ph.D., 2000, Kyoto University Graduate School of Medicine, Kyoto, Japan (Clinical Epidemiology and Decision Science)
- M.D., 1991, Sapporo Medical University, Hokkaido, Japan
Decision science / clinical decision support
Clinical data mining / prediction modeling
Data mining / modeling in healthcare
Healthcare technology assessment
Clinical informatics in extreme environments
Edutainment / entertainment education
Quality improvement thorough information technology
Community Health Planning
Dr. Aoki is a board certified physician in Internal Medicine and Acute Medicine in Japan, and a fellow member of the American College of Physician (FACP) and the Japanese Society of Internal Medicine (FJSIM). He is also certified Physician Executives (CPE) certified by the American College of Physician Executives. He completed his post-doctoral research in decision science and medical informatics at the Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX, and joined UT Health in 2002.
Recently, he has been involved in prefecture-level community healthcare planning in Japan, and has been responsible for design, development, deployment and operation of prefecture-wide emergency information system, called e-MATCH (emergency Medical Alliance for Total Coordination in Healthcare). The e-MATCH is decision support system that aims (1) optimal matching between patient and medical team, (2) regular feedback of performance measures for continuous quality improvement and PDSA, (3) population-based data collection of emergency medical service and acute care at hospitals to generate future evidence.
- Google Scholar: scholar.google.co.jp/citations?user=50i4pxQAAAAJ&hl=en
1. Iwasaki Y, Tanaka H, Okamoto RI, Araki Y, Yabushita K, Kobayashi H, Kariyama K, Kawaguchi M, Takaguchi K, Sakata T, Ando M, Sakaguchi K, Aoki N, Shiratori Y. Efficacy and cost-effectiveness of consensus interferon monotherapy with high-dose induction for hepatitis C patients with genotype 2. Scand J Gastroenterol 2010. E-pub.
2. Morimura N, Aruga T, Sakamoto T, Aoki N, Ohta S, Ishihara T, Kushimoto S, Ohta S, Ishikawa H. The impact of an emergency telephone consultation service on the use of ambulance in Tokyo. Emerg Med J 2010. Online First.
3. Aoki N. Heat Stroke. Clinical Practice Guideline Update. Igaku-Shoin. Pp. 825-826. 2010.
4. Aoki N. Theory for better consumer support in healthcare. KEIO SFC journal 9; 7-10: 2009.
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