We spoke at "2022 FESNAS REKAN PSC 119" held in Bali.

TXP Medical Co. Ltd. (hereinafter “TXP Medical”) Head of Overseas Business Development, Dr. Iwamoto, spoke at "2022 FESNAS REKAN PSC 119." This conference was held in Bali, Indonesia, from December 2 to 5, 2022. He gave a presentation on the topic of “Strengthening Prehospital Emergency Care in Indonesia Using NEXT Stage Prehospital System.” 

TXP Medical started projects in Indonesia in July 2022. This project is selected for the "Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry Healthcare Industry International Development Promotion Project in 2022," a subsidized project implemented by Medical Excellence JAPAN , a general incorporated association (management organization), as a subsidized project by Medical Excellence JAPAN.

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About the Speaker
Yuta Iwamoto (Emergency physician and intensivist. Completed a Master of Tropical Medicine at Nagasaki University)

Has worked in ER in community hospitals and an emergency care center in university hospital. Since 2016, he has been involved in global health as a clinician, epidemiologist, and project manager at the international NGO, Médecins Sans Frontières, JICA, and World Health Organization. 

Has worked in the Philippines, Yemen, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, South Sudan, Nigeria, Indonesia, Cameroon, El Salvador, Sudan, the Central African Republic, Afghanistan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and Haiti.

Joined TXP Medical Co. Ltd. in 2022 as Head of Overseas Business Development.

The Collaboration Project for the Digitalization of Emergency Medicine in Indonesia

Date and time :
Saturday, December 3, 10:00 - 10:20 (WITA)

During the conference, an exhibition booth was also set up to raise awareness of the NEXT Stage Prehospital System being expanded in Indonesia.

TXP has started POC projects in Indonesia and Malaysia by localizing its solutions for emergency medicine (NSER series), which have been provided to local governments and hospitals in Japan. Our mission is to "save lives with medical data.” We will strive to realize this mission not only in Japan but also in ASEAN countries and around the world.

Public Safety Center (PSC)
In Indonesia, Public Safety Centers (PSC) were established in 2014 as a part of national policy to improve the quality of care in emergency medicine and reduce the mortality rate of the victims by traffic accidents. PSCs are mainly composed of ambulances, medical practitioners (mainly nurses), and operators. By the end of 2022, approximately 350 facilities have been installed nationwide, and the goal is to have 514 facilities installed by the end of 2024. 

This conference was held in a hybrid manner and invited the Director of Referral Health Services of the Ministry of Health, Heads of Provincial and Regency, City Health Offices throughout Indonesia, PSC, Professional Organizations, Community Organizations, and the Indonesian Medical Student Medical Assistance Team Association.

It aims to enhance the role of PSC 119 in Indonesia up to an international level while at the same time reinforcing the ability of related agencies and facilities to work together to respond quickly to medical emergencies.

Reference (past press releases):
TXP Medical's Indonesian Operations Selected by Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry and Medical Excellence JAPAN for "Healthcare Industry International Expansion Promotion Project in FY2022"!

TXP Medical's project in Indonesia was selected by the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare and the National Center for Global Health and Medicine as a "Project to Promote the International Deployment of Medical Technology for FY2022"!