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Sustainable healthcare ecosystem / Healthcare ecosystem management solution

Sustainable healthcare ecosystem
Sustainable healthcare ecosystem

Discipline: Service Design

Discipline: Service Design

The Digital Living Will is a database system to support a strained Japanese medical service, which nearly collapsed due to the insufficiency of financial resources and labor force. You can register your personal information and 'will' the medical services you wish to receive and design the lifestyle you wish to have afterwards. The total life support feature provides a variety of services to support your life based upon the information from the Digital Living Will. The healing facilities space is designed for preventing illness, and a digital hospital provides advanced medical services via ICT and AI.

  • DATE OF LAUNCH 2018

  • DEVELOPMENT TIME 25 - 36 months

  • TARGET REGIONS Asia

  • TARGET GROUPS Consumer / User

Client / Manufacturer

Kitahara Medical Strategies Int.

Kitahara Medical Strategies Int.
Hachioji city, Japan

Client / Manufacturer

Medical Corporation Association KNI

Medical Corporation Association KNI
Hachioji city, Japan

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Medical Corporation Association KNI

Medical Corporation Association KNI
Hachioji city, Japan

Shigemi Kitahara, Yoshikazu Kameda, Chika Hamasaki, Chikako Yui

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NEC Corporation

NEC Corporation
Tokyo, Japan

Junichi Osada, Kazutoshi Tamaru

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Design

Tama Art University

Tama Art University
Hachioji, Japan

Design

Sobu Co.,Ltd.

Sobu Co.,Ltd.
Hachioji, Japan