"To rescue a patient suffering from a sudden illness or injury" and "To be a medical doctor who can help a patient in emergency". I've aimed of becoming an emergency physician and have been working on medical treatment and research.
Over the past two decades, advance in medical science contributed to save more patients, but on the other hand, I've recognized there are many issues that medical science alone can't solve.
Today, our daily life is improving steadily due to the progress of technology. I also want to apply new technology to acute care and save more emergency patients with flexible and original ideas. I founded Smart119 with this ambition. Our goal of Smart119 is “Innovation for reliable future medical cares".
CEO Dr.Taka-aki Nakada
Professor and Chairman, National Chiba University Graduate School of Medicine, Department of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine
Professor and Chairman
Department of Emergency and Intensive Care Medicine,
National Chiba University, Japan.
Responsible for ER (Emergency room: 8000 patients/year ) and ICU (Intensive Care Units: 26 beds, 2000 patients/year)
Graduated National Chiba University and acquired Ph-D. Former Researcher at British Columbia University.
Serial Entrepreneur, working in the tech industry for 25+ years.
Founded his own company in 1998. Livedoor (currently LINE Corporation), bought out his company and Yamao joined as Senior Executive Officer of Livedoor.
Founded 178 Jobbank in Taiwan, and sold to Dream Technology (JASDAQ).
Graduated National Tokyo University.
Former Sales Executive Officer of LINE Corporation.
Responsible for Corporate Business Group.
Contributed to the rapid growth of the company at business account and advertisement.
20 years+ career of sales in the tech business.
National Chiba University
Honorary Professor Emergency and Critical Care Medicine ex-Professor Dr.Shigeto Oda
Center for Frontier Medical Engineering Director/Professor Dr.Hideaki Haneishi
Center for Frontier Medical Engineering Professor Dr.Toshiya Nakaguchi
Graduate School of Engineering Professor Shingo Kuroiwa