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 life mortality due to diseases. On the other side, Japan has an issue of aging society and increasing medical expenses. Where are the healthcare technologies of both countries heading now?
Starting from April 2017, the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare led a venture support assistance office. Half years has passed since establishment, what has been able to see? We'll have one expert from the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare and another expert from the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry to discuss the current situation, issues, and future prospects.
2016 was known as the first year for Virtual Reality. Now, that VR democratized, and it has various ways for a medical application beyond an entertainment. We will explore the possibilities what VR will brings for the future and introduce practical case studies.
Diabetes continues to increase on a global scale, so it is necessary to intervene in a way that for prevention as well as management of associated disease measure in all aspects of a person's life to impede the expansion of diabetes. We will consider "diabetes" as one platform, and discuss the 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 playing a role in the actual medical site.
After selected from hundreds of startups, the finalists will pitch to senior management and investors on the main stage. Don't miss this session as we pronounce the next innovation that will change the future of health care!
There's a huge possibility to improve the quality of medical and care-giving services by analyzing personal health, medical, care-giving history as big data. Now industry related to healthcare needs to provide services and products that are based on those "platformalized" big data analysis. Up coming year of 2018, the first light of data health has arisen.
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.)