“This collaboration will enable us to build a close relationships with Allm, a leading pioneer in mobile health, and to speed up the development of “in-Japan-for-Japan” solutions via collaborations with local companies”, said Hiroyuki Tsutsumi, President & CEO, Philips Japan. “Together, we will be able to accelerate the digitization of Phillips' emergency care and resuscitation solutions, and to take patient-centered health management to the next level with mobile communication apps.”
“We are very pleased to partner with Philips and accelerate our mission to benefit society by launching next-generation technologies and medical communications platforms for the healthcare industry”, said Teppei Sakano, CEO of Allm Inc. “Together, we can speed up the implementation and adoption of mobile medical solutions to streamline time-critical care delivery for better clinical outcome, workflow efficiency improvement, and tangible benefits to all stakeholders.”
With more than EUR 1 billion in sales in 2017, Japan is Philips’ third largest market. Last year, Philips’ product and solutions that support people’s health, improved the lives of 38 million Japanese people.