The medical , health and nursing fields will grow into a larger industry with technological advancement in the future. This kind of anticipation sound can be heard everywhere years ago. What is striking in 2011 is not only simple expectations, but also practical initiatives aimed at creating new industries.

For example, in the medical field, Fujifilm released the "i-Stroke" remote imaging diagnostic and treatment system using smartphones to support stroke emergency medical treatment in June 2011 (see this site report). The system was developed in collaboration with the Tokyo Cihui Medical University and has absorbed clinical experience. According to the company, even if the professional doctor is not in the hospital, he can provide the required treatment advice while watching the patient's examination image. Through the use of technology, medical support that was previously impossible is made possible.

In the field of health, the University of Tsukuba announced in July 2011 the health support program provided by the victims of the Great East Japan Earthquake in their temporary residence. For the residents of temporary housing, ICT health monitoring devices and health programs for residents are provided.

In the field of nursing, in November 2011, the Japanese and Minor Nursing Company, which is engaged in the services of nursing care and nursing homes, announced that it will develop and introduce a system for managing the work of the nursing home and the health status of the residents. A laptop and several "iPads" will be placed on each floor of the nursing home, and staff can input data or view data to the management system at any time.

These examples are just one of the examples in each field. In 2011, there have been many concrete examples of technologies intended to change the medical, health and care industries.

Creating new industries cannot rely on technological self-improvement

Changes in the medical, health and care industries must be supported by technology. However, the creation of new industries cannot rely solely on the self-improvement of technology (enterprise).

Nikkei Electronics and Digital Health Online held a seminar “New Generation Medical Device Summit” in Tokyo and Osaka in May and June 2011. The results of the questionnaire also reflected this problem. When asked about the participants who are mainly corporate people, "what is the problem of creating a new industry," the respondents' responses are roughly divided into the following six points.

(1) unable to understand the first-line demand

(2) Unable to grasp the quality required by the user

(3) Lack of coordinator

(4) Unfamiliar with the Japanese Pharmaceutical Affairs Law and the PL Law

(5) Can't see the government's measures

(6) Unable to estimate market size

To solve these problems, companies must work together with “medical, health and care practitioners”, “national (central government, administrative and local government)” and “consumers”.

In the seminar "Nikkei Electronics" and Digital Health Online held on November 22, 2011, "Digital Health Future 2012 - Creating a new industry, healthcare, health and care industry will change ~", many speakers unanimously Said, "Digital health is a business that a company cannot carry out alone." Just like to prove this, the exchange after the lecture will be very popular. In order to exchange views with the speakers, many people lined up long queues, and everywhere they could see the exchange of business cards and information, the atmosphere of the venue was very warm.

In December 2011, the industry reported that NTT DoCoMo and Omron Health Care will establish a new company in the health care support business in June 2012. Although it was just getting started, it finally made people hear the exact footsteps of creating new industries.

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