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Selected as a core company for the METI "Ubiquitous Healthcare Industry Co-Creation Project"

Started a telemedicine demonstration experiment using Ina City as a field.

ShareMedical, Inc. has launched a mobile clinic service (medical MaaS) demonstration in Ina City, Nagano, Japan, on Friday, March 11, 2022, as part of a new co-creation project in the ubiquitous healthcare industry.

With an eye toward the social implementation of online medical care in Japan, and with a view to developing this model in the greater Shinshu area, we will co-create the ubiquitous healthcare industry and medical DX in collaboration with cross-border human resources to provide a means to solve the problem of reducing patient visits to hospitals in depopulated areas, etc., and to provide "community nurses" and Cross-border Human Resources active in community healthcare. We will work with related organizations, companies, and cooperating institutions to create an environment.

New Industry Co-Creation Ecosystem Development Project with Cross-border Human Resources at the Core

The Kanto Bureau of Economy, Trade and Industry of the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI-Kanto) recognizes the importance of creating new value by responding to changes brought about by digital innovation and actively taking on the challenge of open innovation (OI) by moving away from a self-focused approach, and is working to build these projects toward the creation of an independent innovation ecosystem and new industries in the region. In collaboration with local governments, industrial support organizations, financial institutions, VCs, and various other related organizations, we support OI activities of local companies, start-ups, major companies, and overseas companies (foreign companies).

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