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Fujitsu Pioneers New Online Medical Solution for Medical Institutions

Fujitsu has made the commercial debut of its “FUJITSU Healthcare Solution Online Healthcare Solution” in the Japanese market, offering medical providers a powerful new tool to support COVID-19 counter-measures in medical front lines and promote the digital transformation of doctors’ work in hospitals and other medical institutions.

fujitsuThe new solution connects all of Fujitsu’s electronic medical record systems, ranging from those for small clinics to larger hospitals, with availability in Japan commencing on November 25, 2020.

The offering will securely link with Fujitsu’s HOPE LifeMark-Concierge application; available since 2016, which allows patients to make appointments and payments using a smart phone while enabling safe and secure online medical examinations by letting patients access the URL of a video calling system used for online diagnosis through smart phone notifications.

The solution empowers patients by allowing them to not only easily access online medical resources, but also manage everything from their appointments to billing with a smart phone app.

By the end of fiscal 2020, Fujitsu plans to enhance its online medical care solution features to offer a range of services from its electronic medical record systems, including the activation of a video calling system, patient management through a patient registry system, and the ability to send prescriptions to pharmacies outside the hospital or to patients’ homes.

Moving forward, Fujitsu remains committed to providing a safe, secure, and convenient environment for patients to receive online medical services through the provision of this and other innovative medical solutions, meeting the challenges posed by the realities of the post-COVID “new normal”, and offering robust support for medical providers and patients alike.

As of April 10, 2020, Japan’s Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare approved a temporary and special measure allowing medical examinations to be conducted through the use of telephones and other means of communication, even including the initial medical care, until the resolution of the pandemic.

Fujitsu will launch the new solutions, leveraging its extensive expertise in the development and management of electronic medical record systems, which it has provided since the 1990s to all types of medical institutions from university hospitals to clinics in Japan. Fujitsu’s HOPE LifeMark-Concierge will also play a key role in the new offering, serving as a platform that connects hospitals and patients.


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