• Hiroo Ide

    Hiroo Ide
    Project Associate Professor, Institute for Future Initiatives

Hiroo Ide is a Project Assistant Professor at the Policy Alternatives Research Institute(PARI), the University of Tokyo from 2018. He Hold a Ph. D in medical science from the University of Tokyo in 2011, MA in media and governance from Keio University in 1998. Prior to PARI, he worked at the University of Tokyo hospital and Chiba University hospital. He studied as a fellow at the Harvard School of Public Health. His research interest is health policy.


1.Koike S, Matsumoto M, Kawaguchi H, Ide H, Atarashi H, Kotani K, Yasunaga H. Board certification and urban–rural migration of physicians in Japan. BMC Health Services Research 2018;18:615

2.Ide H, Doi S, Atarashi H, Fujita S, Koike S. The distance and chance of lifetime geographical movement of physicians in Japan: an analysis using the age-period-cohort model. Human Resources for Health 2018;16:26

3.Doi S, Ide H, Takeuchi K, Fujita S. Estimation and evaluation of future demand and supply of healthcare services based on a patient area model. Int J Environ Res Public Health 2017;14(11):1367

4.Atarashi H, Ide H, Koike S. Clinical Engineers Increasingly Appointed as Medical Equipment Safety Managers in Japan. Journal of Clinical Engineering 2016;41(3):127-133

5.Koike S, Matsumoto M, Ide H, Kashima S, Atarashi H, Yasunaga H. The effect of concentrating obstetrics services in fewer hospitals on patient access: a simulation. International Journal of Health Geographics 2016 Jan 22;15:4. doi: 10.1186/s12942-016-0035-y.

6.Doi S, Ide H, Ogawa S, Takabayashi K, Fujita S, Koike S. Probabilistic model to analyze patient accessibility to medical facilities using geographic information systems. Procedia Computer Science 2015;60:1631–1639.