Importance of Multi-Sector Collaborations in Healthcare Challenges

Beginn:
18.04.2018 | 18:00
Ende:
- 20:00
Ort:
B. Braun Aesculap Japan Co., Ltd., 6F „Aesculap Academy“

Ansprechpartner

Bastian Lidzba
Member Services
Tel: +81-(0)3-5276-8703
Email: events(at)dihkj.or.jp

Speaker:
Mr. Kiminobu Yoshida,
Head of Risk Management & Head of Government Affairs at Philips Japan Ltd.

Date & Time:
April 18, 2018 (Wed.), 18:00-20:00 (Networking w/ Drinks & Food afterwards)
Venue: B. Braun Aesculap Japan Co., Ltd., 6F „Aesculap Academy“ (JEI Hongo Bldg., 2-38-16 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku)
Language: English
Participation Fee: Free
Registration Deadline: April 11, 2018 (Wed.)

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We would like to invite you to join the second Healthcare Roundtable of the German Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Japan (AHK Japan).

As of 2017, over 30 German companies are active in the industries of Healthcare & Medical Devices in Japan and this new 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.

Participation is free of charge and open to all industry representatives that are providing health care services and products.

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About the event:

Health is one of the highest importance and priority for individuals, nations, and government, yet everyone struggles to manage due to its complexity, diversity, and sensitivity. Medical Cost vs Patient Value for individuals and for care providers/commercial industry may not be always in synch, and government priorities may also be different from what are aspirated by individuals, care providers, or corporations.

While definitive diagnosis, precision medicine, and innovation in pharma, devices, and ICT continue to be the key focus areas, “prevention” has become an equally essential aspect when addressing complex and diverse medical/healthcare challenges.
Many discussions and endeavors around Healthcare IT assert its effectiveness in managing those challenges, yet one thing we should not forget is that digitalization, including Artificial Intelligence, alone will not solve problems entirely in real world.
The challenges Japan faces are truly complex, diverse, and sensitive that the endeavor should not limit to individual corporation, industry, or country, but cross industry/country collaborations are required to successfully break through the challenges.

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