Allm, a Japanese multinational in the insurtech space focusses on applications, devices and services for healthcare and non-life. Named after the phrase ‘all medical,’ Allm Inc. is dedicated to shaping healthcare by developing HealthTech medical communications platforms that enable communication among healthcare professionals and the medical industry by using cloud technologies and smart devices. A more efficient communication can help save even more lives and reduce costs.
Among its global partners are Siemens and Boehringer Ingelheim. Allm EMEA GmbH is Allm's representative entity based in Erlangen, Germany.
Saving lives and costs
In 2016, Allm’s service “Join” became the first of its kind to be recognized by the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Labour for coverage within the National Health Insurance.
Allm also partners in Japan with healthcare and non-life insurers and Governments, Insurance Companies, Industry (Pharmaceutical and Medical Device) Companies, and Healthcare Providers.
Join: A communication app for medical professionals, designed by doctors for doctors. In case the ER team needs information fast, Join provides it at the tap of a screen. By enabling connections with PACS (picture archiving and communication systems) and other systems, Join allows professionals to share clinical medical information in order to achieve greater diagnostic precision and better patient care.
Join: A communication app for medical professionals
Kaigo: a smartphone/tablet application to support communications between home care workers. It is designed to improve the efficiency and minimize duplicated clerical work. This could be achieved as a result of replacing the task of recording on paper. Kaigo not only enables the link of information with the office, but it also connects the information with local professional such as doctors and care managers.
Kango: a smartphone/tablet application to support communications between home care nurses and to minimize duplicated clerical work. With Kaigo, reports of home visits are now documented as data in the cloud server, information can be shared in real time, preventing missing reports and optimizing the sharing process, resulting in the improvement of the quality of nursing.
MySOS: a smartphone application for first-aid support and medical records. It is built with a mandate for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics - in order to connect first aid responders with paramedics and clinical staff during earthquake and medical emergencies. This smartphone app keeps track of the user and his family’s health and medical treatments to ensure a smooth response in case of an emergency. MySOS helps emergency medical services achieve higher survival rates; provides a community self-help platform; reduces the cost of medical treatment; and more.
AcaMed: an academic online medical community that advances medical research by using the latest information and communication technologies. Advances in medical technologies now require doctors to have a deeper and more specialized knowledge of both clinical and research activities. Currently, AcaMed is used by over 1,000 universities and scientific societies in Japan and elsewhere, with the number of users having exceeded the 130,000 mark.
Allm EMEA GmbH is Allm's representative entity based in Erlangen, Germany.
Why we selected Allm for DIA Munich
The innovative Allm solutions are able to transform healthcare by using cloud technologies and smart devices. Healthcare is a bureaucratic industry, and new innovative technologies which help to improve decision making can save lives and money while improving customer experiences.
At DIA Munich, Leandro Burnes General Manager EMEA from Allm EMEA GmbH, will show and tell about the integration of their apps (MySOS, FastED, JOIN) with healthcare providers, industry, government, insurance, etc. in order to improve patient care and reduce costs for payers.
Who is Allm?
Allm Inc. was formerly known as SkillUpJapan Corp, an internet platform for media and contents integration which was founded in 2001 by Teppei Sakano, CEO. In 2015, the core company expanded into IT health business, and changed the name into Allm.
The company is based in Tokyo, Japan. Allm has already expanded internationally, Brazil, Chili, USA, Korea, Taiwan and Germany. Among its global partners are Siemens and Boehringer Ingelheim.
Teppei Sakano, founder & CEO Allm, Inc.