Data Driven Health-tech for Middle-aged and Elderly Adults

– Solving the global issue of healthcare in the 21st century via advanced technology and experiences in Japan
Our goals include the resolution of three major challenges of healthcare for middle-aged and elderly adults, which are disease prevention, shortage of long-term caregivers, and sustainability of social security system via an integration of advanced medical knowledge, Artificial Intelligence and the Internet of Things as well as an evolution of healthcare.

Core Competence of Novuscare

A promising approach to solve the healthcare challenges is an interdisciplinary one crossing healthcare knowledge, artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things based on large-scale data evidences.  The team Novuscare has joint research with top-level research institutes and universities of healthcare in Japan, and can access to best large-scale data of disease prevention and long-term care.
We plan to provide personalized healthcare services in the fields as well as consulting on the subjects by the collaborations of the experts on medical science, artificial intelligence and the IoT.



Regardless of incomplete healthcare data in the real world, we are able to construct logical models based on advanced knowledge of healthcare and to launch pioneer services in the fields.  The target data include those from insurer, public services, scientific long-term care LIFE and electronic charts from hospitals, and we provide evidence-based services by the analysis of the data.


We have been developing artificial intelligence systems for improving lifestyle habits, prevention of frailty and long-term care with independence supports as well as disease prevention.  Our services are able to predict the prognosis of diseases, frailty and activities of daily living of elderly adults and to propose personalized optimal plan for the improvements using the state-of-the-art machine learning built on advanced knowledge of healthcare.  The goals of our services have been identified to meet the social demands via the collaborations with various public services and healthcare business.


We plan to support autonomous lives of handicapped elderly adults by applying the IoT and robotics.  The robotics include a list sensor, walker with standing supports and powered suits for walking which are used to collect activity data in the daily lives as well.  The activity data have been analyzed to improve the services.