Healthcare Roundtable: Technology innovation changes Japanese Medical Landscape

22.06.2017 | 18:30
- 21:00
AHK Japan, Sanbancho KS Bldg., 5F, 2-4 Sanbancho, Chiyoda-ku, 102-0075 Tokyo


Bastian Lidzba
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As of 2017, over 30 German companies are active in the industries of Healthcare & Medical Devices in Japan and this roundtable gives representatives not only the latest and most accurate insider news, it also allows participants to engage in a dialogue with experts and industry peers on a regular basis.

Open to all industry representatives that are providing health care services and products.

Language: English
Fee: Free of charge
Registration Deadline:  June 20, 2017


About the speaker:
Dr. Hiroshi Otake is the Vice Director of the Showa University Hospital and Professor and Chairman of the Department of Anesthesiology at the Showa University School of Medicine.

Curriculum Vitae

About the event:

It is a well-known fact that Japan is a super-aged society according to the definition of UN. The population of the elderly will continue to increase until 2040 but its percentage will never decrease even after 2040. No has a concrete view about the future of this aging super-aged society.

Dr. Otake, who has introduced telemedicine into critical care medicine first in Asia, will provide his perspective of future Japanese medical landscape. This will cover the topic of how technology innovation changes the provision of health and what opportunities lay behind those changes.

In the area of advanced medicine such as critical care or anesthesia, doctors receive an overwhelming amount clinical data to make decisions. The variety and amount of data is ever increasing and there is a huge space for new technology to help doctors make decisions. In the area of home or outpatient care, there is room for improvement to help the elderly live a healthier life with less caregiving.

The key word of the future of the aging super-aged society is “productivity”. Dr. Otake will share his view on how technology innovation will increase the productivity of society and bring a change of Japan’s medical landscape.


Note 1: If you do not receive a confirmation within 24 hours, kindly contact us again.
Note 2: This event is limited to industry representatives of Healthare
Note 3: Due to limited seating there is a maximum of two participants per company.