The program and speakers might change without any notation, thank you for your understanding.
8:30am～6:30pm / open 8:00am (can be changed)
＊we have a reception party afterwards
The US faces a problem in accessing to medical care and increasing lifestyle-related diseases. On the other hand, Japan has an issue of aging society and increasing medical expenses. Where are the healthcare technologies of both countries heading now? Matthew, co-chairman of Health 2.0 and Yo, a doctorpreneur in Japan predict the trend and the future.
Launched on April 2017, the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare led a venture support strategy office. A half year have passed since the establishment, what are the issues and the situation or even more, the future prospections? To clear them, we shall have one from the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare and another from the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, who are both in a position to support healthcare ventures.
The year 2016, was called VR birth year in Japan. Now, VR is widely recognized, and it has enormous possibilities for medical application beyond the entertainment. We shall explore the possibilities for how VR should / would be utilized in the future by introducing practical case studies.
Diabetes population continues to increase on a global scale, so it is necessary to intervene in a prevention / management / associated disease measures / and our lifestyle to manage the disease. We shall consider "diabetes" as a platform, and discuss possibilities of services and devices that can be deployed.
Japan has led the world as a manufacturing nation. Robotics specialists from each industry will talk about how their ideas and technologies are actively utilized in actual medical site.
Hot finalists that are selected out of hundreds of start-ups will be on stage.
By the pitch and Q&As, they explore the future and progress of their business and technologies.
Marketing in pharmaceutical companies are based on MR works for long time. However, paradigm has shifted due to widely spread concept of “preventive medicine” and change in public insurance system. From where “Beyond the Pill” innovation should occur? We shall discuss the situation today and its issues and the future.
More than 90,000 entrepreneurs arise in a year in Japan, but to continue the business is another hard story. Let’s learn from the pioneers, how they manage the hardship, philosophy in their entrepreneurship. (YONA YONA ale will be provided in this session.)