The collaborative support system to promote the internationalization of medical industry in Japan

CHENG Yongming1

(1.Institute of Japanese Studies, Tianjin Academy of Social Sciences, Tianjin, China 300191)

【Abstract】In recent years, Japanese companies set off a new round of overseas development. Compared with the manufacturing industry of overseas development in the last century, the obvious characteristics of this round of development include copying the “Japanese model” overseas and promoting operation system and the management system of some industries, such as water, high-speed railway and medical care. Among them, Japan adopts the “ALL JAPAN” model to boost the internationalization of medical industry. The model is composed of multiple functional entities that build up a complete support system, which has played an important role in boosting and supporting the internationalization of Japanese medical industry.

【Keywords】 medical industry; internationalization; unification of officials and civilians; collaborative support; overseas development;

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【Funds】 National Social Science Fund of China (15BGJ061)

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    [1]. ① Competitiveness index = (export volume − import volume) / (export volume + import volume). [^Back]

    [2]. ① The official name is the Law for Citizens to Receive High-Quality Healthcare and the Promotion of Research, Development and Popularization of Medical Device. [^Back]

    [3]. ② Standard for the Exchange of Product Model Data (STEP), also known as product model data interaction specification, is a standard developed by the International Organization for Standardization to describe product information throughout the product life cycle. The official ISO code is ISO-10303. It provides a neutral mechanism not relying on specific systems, aiming to realize the exchange and sharing of product data. Its application has significantly reduced the information exchange cost in the product life cycle, and improved the product development efficiency, becoming an important basic standard for manufacturing industry to carry out international cooperation and participate in international competition. It is an important tool to maintain enterprises’ competitiveness. [^Back]

    [4]. ① Sunflower Club: an organization initiated and established by Japanese women married in Indonesia. As their husbands are mostly active in the upper classes such as the various levels of Indonesian governments and plutocrats, the meetings and lectures are requested by their husbands through various channels, thereby leading to certain influences. This is also an important reason why the lecture selection is advertised by the organization. [^Back]

    [5]. ① Grassroots technical cooperation is one of the “grassroots and human security guarantee free-funds cooperation” in the Japanese government’s development and assistance, referring to the small-sized Japanese Official Development Assistance (ODA) fund cooperation projects (in principle, the projects less than JPY 100 million) implemented by local public bodies in developing countries or non-governmental organizations (NGOs) carrying out activities in emerging nations. [^Back]

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ISSN:1000-355X

CN: 22-1065/F

Vol , No. 01, Pages 37-47

January 2018

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Abstract

  • 1 An Analysis on why Japan’s medical industry is internationalized
  • 2 Government-oriented support policy
  • 3 Collaborative support functions of policy-implementation agencies
  • 4 A collaborative model between industries in the process of medical internationalization
  • Conclusion
  • Footnote

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