Palliative care ward development project


【Business purpose】
By subsidizing facilities and equipment development projects for palliative care wards carried out by private hospitals in Tokyo, we will promote the development of palliative care wards and enhance palliative care.

[Subsidy Eligible Persons]
(Excerpt from the Tokyo Metropolitan Palliative Care Ward Development Project Implementation Guideline, No. 3 Designation of Operating Facilities, etc.)
Establishers who have been designated as operating facilities for palliative care wards according to the following regulations. However, this does not include the national government, the National Hospital Organization, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, the Tokyo Metropolitan Public Health Service, and establishments of hospitals where users are specified, such as occupational hospitals.
(1) Be a hospital that intends to establish a new palliative care ward or a hospital that has already established a palliative care ward.
(2) The owner agrees to fulfill the obligations listed in [Responsibilities of the owner of the operating facility].

*What is a palliative care ward? A palliative care ward here refers to a ward that accommodates patients with malignant tumors and provides specialized palliative care, meeting the facility standards for palliative care ward admission fees.

[Subsidized expenses]

Facility maintenance Construction costs required for new construction, extension/renovation, and renovation of palliative care wards
Equipment maintenance The following expenses required for the installation of facilities in the palliative care ward:
1. Gage bed 2. Special bathtub 3. Other equipment necessary for the operation of a palliative care ward

[Auxiliary standards, etc.]

Division Auxiliary criteria subsidy rate subsidy limit
Base unit price Reference area Standard number of beds Subsidy standard amount
institution per square meter per bed 20 beds 216,960 thousand yen One third 72,320 thousand yen (*)
361,600 yen 30 square meters
Facility 19,200 thousand yen

*The subsidy limit is the total amount for facility maintenance and equipment maintenance

[Responsibilities of the operator of the operating facility]
(1) Accommodation of patients The operator of the operating facility shall accommodate patients with malignant tumors, etc. in the palliative care wards and provide palliative care to the patients and their families.
(2) Development of human resources The operators of operating facilities provide training to doctors and nurses of cooperating medical institutions covered by health insurance, and TMG conducts training to improve the knowledge and skills of medical professionals in Tokyo. Cooperate in educational training activities.
(3) Coordination with Other Medical Institutions The operators of operating facilities should be able to accommodate patients with malignant tumors, etc. who wish to receive care at home as much as possible. Coordination and interaction with insurance medical institutions, etc., which are responsible for local home medical care, such as securing a system that allows hospitalization for patients who receive medical care.

Laws and regulations, etc.

Business plan survey form

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