Medical & Healthcare
Society 5.0: The next generation society
A human-centered society that balances economic advancement with the resolution of social problems.
Telehealth and telemedicine
Healthcare data analytics, artificial intelligence, and telemedicine capabilities have massively expanded to support the pandemic response and recovery, a trend that will likely continue to propel healthcare technology. Data and AI drives the shift to fairer healthcare insurance and coverage
R&D as a driver of innovation
Pharmaceutical companies outsource R&D expenditure to reduce the cost of the final product and therefore, CRO (A contract research organization) play a key role in supporting pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device industries).
New developments in medicine
Development of strategies such as SAKIGAKE with the mission to promote R&D aiming at early practical application for innovative pharmaceutical products, medical devices, and regenerative medicines.
New biotechnologies and processes such as next-generation sequencing (NGS): a massively parallel sequencing technology that offers ultra-high throughput, scalability, and speed.
High-technological medical equipment development
Smart inhalers, wireless brain sensors, robotic surgery, 3-D printing, and artificial organs, precision medicine, health wearables.
Personalized medicine (PM)
An exciting opportunity to improve the future of individualized healthcare for prevention and disease treatment.