14 February 2019 | News
Fujitsu will provide this service based on its accumulated experience and expertise in developing regional healthcare network systems and electronic medical record (EMR) systems
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Fujitsu has announced the development of Fujitsu Healthcare Solution Healthcare Personal service Platform, a platform-as-a-service (PaaS) for the integrated management of consumer-facing offerings based on health and medical information. The new service can aggregate and integrate an individual's personal health record, enabling the safe and secure storage and use of such health and medical information. Healthcare Personal service Platform is available beginning today.
Fujitsu will provide this service based on its accumulated experience and expertise in developing regional healthcare network systems and electronic medical record (EMR) systems, and boasts the largest market share in Japan in these areas. The company developed the new service to enable highly robust data storage and efficient utilization for companies and regional authorities aiming to offer new services by utilizing sensitive personal health and medical information. With this secure PaaS, which includes functionality that ensures consent from individuals and data access controls, Fujitsu is supporting companies and local authorities in using health and medical information entrusted to them by individuals and other sources.
Healthcare Personal service Platform, which makes it possible to centrally manage and utilize an individual's healthcare data throughout their lives, accelerates the creation of cross-industry services using health and medical information, including that held by local authorities and pharmacies. The aim of this platform is to realize a society where high added value services, tailored to individuals, are available to support lifestyles that are healthy and fulfilling.
Fujitsu aims to provide this platform to 120 organizations by the end of fiscal 2022. (Fujitsu's fiscal year ends March 31)