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NEW

2022/09/29

Technology of Japanese start-up featured by doctors (Series #25)

The Second Part: Promoting Social Implementation of Genome Medicine with Information Technology, Xcoo

This two-part series focuses on the technology of Xcoo, Inc., which develops and operates the “Chrovis” total solution for genome and bioinformatics analysis. In the second part, we introduce an interview with Dr. Kunihiro Nishimura, CEO of Xcoo, Inc.

Dr. Shinpaku

NEW

2022/09/22

Dental Treatment Evolving with Digital Technology (Part 9)

The Scene around CAD / CAM for Digital Dentistry

In dentistry, digitalisation is particularly prevalent in the field of processing prosthetics. Kamo DDS, PhD. will explain the production of prosthetics using CAD/CAM, one of the most advanced treatment methods.

Megumi Kamo DDS, PhD.

NEW

2022/09/15

Technology of Japanese start-up featured by doctors (Series #24)

The First Part: Promoting Social Implementation of Genome Medicine with Information Technology, Xcoo

In recent years, there has been tremendous development in cancer genome medicine. “Chrovis,” which analysis genome information for cancer diagnosis, treatment, and prevention, as well as for cutting-edge research and development will be explained.

Dr. Shinpaku

NEW

2022/09/08

Digital Health from a Healthcare Perspective (Part 7)

The second part: “MyChart” One App for All Personal Health Records

Continuing from the first part, we will focus on "MyChart", a mobile personal health service, and explain how it was developed based on the eight principles of The Picker Principles of Patient-Centered Care.

Sakura Ishikawa M.D.

NEW

2022/09/01

Technology of Japanese start-up featured by doctors (Series #23)

The Second Part: iCARE, Creating the Health of Workers Around the World

"Carely" by iCARE is a health management system that supports the creation of healthy organizations through preventive measures based on workers' health data. In this issue, Dr. Shinpaku will explain the details of the "Carely" service.

Dr. Shinpaku

2022/08/25

Digital Health from a Healthcare Perspective (Part 6)

The first part: “MyChart” One App for All Personal Health Records

Dr. Ishikawa, who is engaged in pathology research in the U.S., uses the “MyChart” application as a patient in the U.S. Dr. Ishikawa will explain this service, which is still unfamiliar in Japan, comparing it with the itinerary of electronic medical records.

Sakura Ishikawa M.D.

2022/08/18

Technology of Japanese start-up featured by doctors (Series #22)

The First Part: iCARE, Creating the Health of Workers Around the World

What is “Health and Productivity Management”? This article will provide an explanation of it and introduce the health management system “Carely” provided by iCARE, a company that promotes “Health and Productivity Management.”

Dr. Shinpaku

2022/08/11

A Clinical Doctor's Explanation of Health Tech in Asia (Series#6)

The Second Part: AI-Enabled Portable Arm Rehabilitation Robot, “H-MAN”

In the previous part, we introduced the AI-enabled portable arm rehabilitation robot “H-MAN” developed by the Singapore start-up Articares. In this part, we will take a closer look at "H-MAN" based on several research reports.

Dr. Y

2022/08/04

Technology of Japanese start-up featured by doctors (Series #21)

The Second Part: TechDoctor Moving Toward an Era Where Data Improves “Wellness”

TechDoctor announced in June of this year that it had raised 500 million Japanese yen in a Series A round. We will explain the company's technology, focusing on an interview with Kazushu Minato, CEO of TechDoctor, a fast-growing medical data analysis startup.

Dr. Shinpaku

2022/07/28

Dental Treatment Evolving with Digital Technology (Part 8)

The second part: How Should We View ‘Teledentistry’?

Although teledentistry has not spread yet because of many concerns, it also has many advantages. Kamo DDS, PhD. will explain her thoughts on teledentistry as validated by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Megumi Kamo DDS, PhD.

2022/07/21

Technology of Japanese start-up featured by doctors (Series #20)

The First Part: TechDoctor Moving Toward an Era Where Data Improves “Wellness”

Digital biomarkers, which can acquire and analyze data that is difficult to obtain with conventional biomarkers, can contribute to shorter time to diagnosis and earlier treatment. The “SelfDoc.” wearable outpatient solution for psychiatry and the “SelfBase” medical data analysis platform developed by TechDoctor, Inc. which is involved in the development of digital biomarkers will be explained.

Dr. Shinpaku

2022/07/14

A Clinical Doctor's Explanation of Health Tech in Asia (Series#5)

The First Part: AI-Enabled Portable Arm Rehabilitation Robot, “H-MAN”

A Singapore-based start-up company, Articares, has developed a rehabilitation robot equipped with AI as a treatment device for the functional decline of the upper limbs following a stroke. The company's “H-MAN,” which performs rehabilitation through a gamified environment, will be explained by clinician writer, Doctor. Y.

Dr. Y

2022/07/07

Dental Treatment Evolving with Digital Technology (Part 7)

The first part: How Should We View ‘Teledentistry’?

While the COVID-19 pandemic has expanded online treatment in medicine, will the introduction of 'teledentistry' in dentist increase? In this issue, Megumi Kamo, DDS, PhD., explains 'teledentistry' featuring overseas cases.

Megumi Kamo DDS, PhD.

2022/06/30

Discussion on Digital Health

Online Roundtable Discussion Among Clinical Doctors 【Part 3】

This is the third and final part of the Online Roundtable Discussion Among Clinical Doctors on “About the Ongoing Application of Digital Technology in the Medical Field.” We will ask slightly different questions to doctors about their honest opinions about digital health.

LSMIP Editorial Office

2022/06/23

A Doctor of Medicine Explains Rehabilitation and Digital Technology (Part 4)

The Second Part: MELTIN's Robotic Neurorehabilitation for the Fingers

MELTIN announced on June 15 that it has obtained a Class II medical devices marketing license and Class II medical device approval for its “MELTz Hand Rehabilitation System.” MELTz is expected to be utilized in clinical practice in Japan soon. In this second part of the article, Nanami, M.D. will focus on this rehabilitation system and provide detail about it.

Yohei Nanami, M.D.

2022/06/16

Dental Treatment Evolving with Digital Technology (Part 6)

Can AI Protect Your Teeth? -Application to X-ray Diagnostic Imaging has Potential for Early Detection

As the use of AI in the medical field continues to advance, it is said that the practical use of AI in diagnostic imaging, in particular, will be fast approaching. The technology is also being studied in the field of dentistry. In this issue, Kamo, DDS, PhD, will pick up a re-port from the U.K. and explain the AI-based dental X-ray Diagnostics.

Megumi Kamo DDS, PhD.

2022/06/09

A Doctor of Medicine Explains Rehabilitation and Digital Technology (Part 3)

The First Part: MELTIN's Robotic Neurorehabilitation for the Fingers

The Paralysis of the body and reduced motor function that accompany strokes occur by damage to the areas of the brain associated with the movement. In order to recover their motor function, patients’ brains must relearn methods of movement. MELTIN’s “Robotic neurorehabilitation device for the fingers” offers neurorehabilitation by providing assistance for actions according to motor intent so as to stimulate the brain motor re-learning. In this article, we will focus on the technology of MELTIN.

Yohei Nanami, M.D.

2022/06/02

Technology of Japanese start-up featured by doctors (Series #19)

The second part: T-ICU, Providing High-Quality Intensive Care Remotely

"Tele-ICU" have been drawing increasing attention due to the spread and prolongation of new coronavirus infections. With the image processing technology more advanced than ever before, Tele-ICU is being introduced into actual clinical practice. This article will provide an interview focusing on T-ICU technology, including “Tele-ICU.”

Dr. Shinpaku

2022/05/26

A Clinical Doctor's Explanation of Health Tech in Asia (Series#4)

Aevice Health Develops Wearable Stethoscopes for Chronic Respiratory Disease Patients

Aevice Health, a MedTech startup from Singapore, develops the “AeviceMD” smart wearable stethoscope to monitor symptoms in patients with chronic respiratory diseases. Dr. Seto, a thoracic surgeon, will explain “AeviceMD,” which is currently awaiting FDA approval.

Kazunori Seto M.D.

2022/05/19

Technology of Japanese start-up featured by doctors (Series #18)

The first part: T-ICU, Providing High-Quality Intensive Care Remotely

Telemedicine is one of the solutions to the problems of physician shortages and disparities in healthcare between urban and rural areas. In this issue, we will introduce the technology of T-ICU, a company that provides services to support the field of intensive care remotely.

Dr. Shinpaku