Cha Joo-hak

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Cha Joo-hak is the CEO and Representative Director of Mobicomm Inc. & KW U-Globe Corp.

 

Stories from Cha Joo-hak

Cha Joo-hak, President of Kyungwon Uglobe

Today there are only a few who still argue that the nation should spend as much for medical care as is technically possible, regardless of costs and benefits.

CEO Cha Joo-hak of Kyeongwon U-Globe

It is possible to achieve better health and well-being for the general population through the application of ubiquitous technologies. That is, to improve and enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of the traditional medical system by making products and services for u-healthcare more available, accessible, affordable, and accountable.

Cha Joo-hak

Medical information, especially in time-varying forms, typically creates large databases and requires the relevant large storage media and strategies.

Cha Joo-hak
Ubiquitous Healthcare shows its potential by facilitating the exchange of information between clinicians or between institutions, reducing costs, extending the scope and reach of medical facilities, enhancing the quality of services offered on-site, and providing for new means of medical supervision and preemptive medicine.
Cha Joo-hak
After the patient profile is submitted, the site matches the UHealthcare patient with a local, experienced, board-certified physician from the nationwide UHealthcare network. Within twenty-four hours, the U-Healthcare patient receives an e-mail notification from the Web site that connects the patient to a UHealthcare physician for a U-Consultation.

When the patient is back on the site, he or she will receive a message from a U-Healthcare physician outlining the treatment plan or a request for more information. The interactions between the UHealthcare patient and the U-Healthcare physician will continue asynchronously until the U-Consultation process is completed. When the patient is online, he or she will receive a real-time UConsultation from a U-Healthcare clinic or physician that is always on and responding immediately.

Cha Joo-hak
One of the most remarkable features of ubiquitous healthcare is the real-time response of always being on. Ubiquitous healthcare consumers will send out appropriate and accurate vital signs from embedded, wearable, and mobile devices in a sentient, context-aware, ambient and pervasive manner and instantaneously receive medical information and relevant expertise.
Cha Joo-hak
According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the word ubiquitous has two meanings: the first meaning is "(seemingly) present everywhere simultaneously," and the second meaning is "often encountered." Mark D.
Cha Joo-hak
Once a ubiquitous healthcare service is in place, the system will always be 'on'; working anytime and anywhere.

 

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