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Why Pulse?

Pulse solves the long-standing need in healthcare for a one-stop, comprehensive medical data bank that breaks down silos and democratizes access to the latest diagnostic and pharmaceutical advances.

Pulse’s AI-enabled diagnostics empower clinicians with real-time, actionable insights to make more accurate diagnoses and deliver optimal care while equipping patients to make more informed healthcare decisions.

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Why Blockchain?



Data stored in the blockchain is timestamped, cryptographically sealed and immutable, ensuring that data cannot be altered or  falsified once validated on the distributed ledger.


Blockchain records are secured through cryptography, decentralization and a consensus mechanism, ensuring that each transaction is validated and tamperproof.



The use of smart contracts to automate processes related to billing, prescriptions and insurance claims will enable greater efficiency for medical practitioners.


Blockchain technology makes it possible to verify data, providing transparency and traceability to authenticate the origin and integrity of medical data from a trusted network of participants.

AI Power

Why Polkadot?

Pulse uses the Polkadot ecosystem to provide the ability to run multiple chains in parallel with each transaction being processed in parallel which allows for much efficient scalability. Polkadot is designed to allow applications and smart contracts to seamlessly transact with data and assets on other chains on a single blockchain.
With the Polkadot ecosystem, security is centralised within the network, meaning that individual chains can leverage collective security without having to start from scratch in order to gain traction and trust. There will be greater efficiency relative to other consensus mechanisms.
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Pulse Pocket (Personal)

Pulse Pocket (Personal) will provide patients with a secure and central place to store and access their medical records, equip patients with actionable insights about their health and seamlessly link individual health information and clinical records.
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In-app health tutorials and resources

Pulse Pocket (Personal) will offer in-app health tutorials, with guides and videos covering medical reference content in an engaging, credible and comprehensive manner. Users will also be able to access and search Pulse’s continually updated data repository of medical information.
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Digital medicine notebook

Pulse Pocket (Personal) will provide relevant data about prescribed medication to better inform patients. This will include comparisons with generic medicines to assist decisions on selecting a brand-name medicine or its generic counterpart.
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Health check-up results and proactive screening

Pulse Pocket (Personal) will prompt patients in relation to routine health check-ups and preventative health examinations. The app will assist appointment bookings with practices utilizing Pulse Records (EMR) or Pulse Records for Dentists, deliver check-up results and manage data to enable proactive screening of health disorders and diseases.

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Alerts for prevention of potential health issues

Pulse Pocket (Personal) will alert patients in the event that a meaningful risk of a possible underlying health condition or disease has been identified from their check-up results and medical records
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Health check-up support

The users of Pulse Pocket (Personal) will be able to readily book a health checkup and make an appointment at the medical institutions that use our $PULSEa-EMR.
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Making check-ups accessible through Mail Medical Check

Pulse Pocket (Personal) will offer users the Mail Medical Check service, a home use kit for testing for, screening and monitoring diseases and conditions which will be sent to a partner lab for analysis. Results will be returned to users via the Pulse Pocket (Personal) app to aid in early detection of potential health issues and allow for prompt treatment or lifestyle changes to address underlying conditions.
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Pulse Pocket (Personal) will bring personalization to the user experience by suggesting healthcare products that a patient may need, based on expert curation and individual health data, but may not have thought of. Users will be able to note guidance on relevant health benefits and purchase products through the app.
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Access to the latest medical information

Pulse Network will make the most advanced medical information readily available to users of Pulse Pocket (Personal).
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Wallet function and rewards

Pulse Pocket (Personal) will allow users to earn crypto for healthy activities and will include a wallet where rewards can be credited. In addition to being incentivized for undertaking activities that contribute to their wellbeing, patients can use the crypto earned to pay for medical bills at participating Pulse Network practices and for Pulse’s Mail Medical Check.
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Native language support

Pulse Pocket (Personal) will be internationalized, with native language support, and localized to suit the country of use, with country-specific customization.
Pulse Records EMR

Pulse Records (EMR) and Pulse Records for Dentists

Pulse Records (EMR) and Pulse Records for Dentists enable practitioners to expedite the creation of medical records, allowing medical professionals to maximize time with patients and undertake more thorough examinations.

Both products will enable practitioners to access Pulse’s shared knowledge base, comprising up-to-the-minute medical and pharmaceutical information, and to contribute valuable data to inform Pulse’s AI-aided diagnostic capability.
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AI-aided diagnostic information

Diagnostic AI is key to the platform maximizing the value of aggregate data. By combining patients’ genetic information and medical history with the most recent medical research and data, accuracy of diagnoses will be enhanced, which will in turn be integrated into Pulse’s knowledge base.

Pulse’s AI will enhance both procedural healthcare and also the global medical information infrastructure it is building. Its AI-aided diagnostic system will enable better treatment with more timely and accurate diagnoses, while contributing to the advancement of healthcare data.
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Native language support

Pulse Records (EMR) and Pulse Records for Dentists will be localized and translated to build a true global standard for medical records.

By removing language barriers, Pulse is enabling practitioners around the world to access and contribute to its knowledge base.
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Continuous innovation

Pulse will continue to develop the system for better usability, with the priority always on innovation to benefit users. Pulse will continue to pursue patents for the technologies developed along the way.
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Embedded wallet functionality

Pulse record products will feature a dedicated crypto wallet that enables cryptocurrency to be used as a payment method for healthcare.
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Telemedicine to be made possible

With accessible full medical records, an integrated medical knowledge base and AI-aided diagnostic capability, Pulse will be well positioned to enable effective remote clinical services to patients without the need for an in-person visit.

Pulse record products will advance the capability of telemedicine to bridge the physical divide and deliver the best possible care to patients around the world.
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Real-time pharmaceutical data

By providing the most up-to-date pharmaceutical data, Pulse will deliver the most relevant information to medical practitioners, alleviating the burden on healthcare professionals.

Pulse will help simplify medical practice by highlighting both effective treatment options and also potential risks of adverse health outcomes related to the use of particular pharmaceuticals.

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Streamlining reservations, medication orders and insurance claims

Pulse Records (EMR) and Pulse Records for Dentists will streamline patient reservations, medication orders and insurance claim functionality, which will seamlessly integrate with leading industry systems.

Management Team

of project operating company

Kazuo Morishige


Total Health Consulting Inc. Tokyo
Position President

Japan Network Tours Co., Ltd. Tokyo
Deputy Manager

Yamaguchi University. Yamaguchi
Position Clerk. Faculty of Medicine

Toshifumi Oda

Director on Board, JpMedsn Co., Ltd.

Director, Myojo Gakuen School Corporation Urawa Gakuin
Director, Social Welfare Corporation Genkimura Group
Auditor, Medicare Support CorporationCEO, Japan Healthcare Business Inc. (current)
Executive Chairman, Japan Medical System Corporation (current)
Director, Tobu College of Medical Technology
Member, Konosu City Council
CEO, Japan System Corporation (now Japan Medical System)
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd
Alma mater: School of Engineering, Keio University


Minoru Mogi


COO, Total Health Consulting Inc. - Tokyo
Executive Officer, Finance, Japan Xpress Ltd. ‒ Tokyo
Director of Finance and Administration, Mondial Assistance Japan (A.S. 24 K.K.) ‒ Tokyo
Translator (Self Employed) ‒ Chiba
General Manager ‒ Reporting & Analysis, Financial Control, AXA Life Insurance Co., Ltd. ‒ Tokyo
CFO, Prudential Financial Advisors Securities Co., Ltd. ‒ Tokyo
VP, Financial Control, Credit Suisse First Boston Securities (Japan) ltd. ‒ Tokyo
Associated Director, Head of Management Accounting, UBS Securities Japan Ltd. ‒ Tokyo
Accountant, Credit Suisse First Boston Securities (Japan) Ltd. ‒ Tokyo
Accountant, Morgan Stanley Japan Ltd. ‒ Tokyo


Dr. Souichiro Asanami, DDS, PhD


DDS, Tokyo Dental College - 1966
PhD, Tokyo Dental College - 1979
Postdoctoral Studies, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz - 1988

Associate Professor, Keio University - 1984
Professor, International University of Health and Welfare – 2007
Director, Nishi-Azabu Oral Surgery Implant Center - 2014
Honorary Member, Japanese Society of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons
Auditor, Japanese Academy of MaxilloFacial Implants
Honorary Member, Japanese Society of Dentistry for Medically Compromised Patient
Auditor, Japanese Society of Pediatric Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Director, Educational Foundation Japan Sweden Dental Academic Society

Toshifumi Oda


Born July 25, 1950
Graduated from Keio University, Engineering Department Joined Matsushita Electric Industrial Corporation
Japan Systems Corporation CEO(Currently Japan Medical Systems)
Konosu City Council member
Tobu College of Medical Technology Director
Japan Medical Systems Executive Chairman (currently)
Japan Healthcare Business CEO (currently)
Medicare Support Standing Auditor
Genkimura Group Director
Meisei Gakuen Urawa Gakuin Director

Advisory Board

Medical Supervision

Hiroyuki Yasuoka, MD

Director, Minami Akasaka Clinic

The authority on preventative medicine with advanced medical technology.
Dr. Yasuoka supports the Pulse Network project with his extensive medical insight.
Dr. Yasuoka’s solid network of medical authorities throughout the Japanese medical community is an asset to the project.
Class of 1983, Keio University School of Medicine,Opened Minami Akasaka Clinic in 1990.
Trained in Radiology and preventative stress management at Johns Hopkins University Hospital and Emory University Hospital, USA.
Internship at the Keio University Hospital Department of Radiology(
Medical Corporation) with a focus on preventative medicine.

Seafood Vegetarian (Vovis)
Tsuma ha Naze Otto ni Manzoku Shinai no ka (Kadokawa Shoten)
Karo Shi – Totsuzen Shi ha Kou Fusegu (Japan Business Publications)
Isogashii Hito Hodo Kenko Kanri ga Umai (Narumido Publications)
Oishasan no Hanashi ga 10-Bai Wakaru Hon (Japan Medical Publications)

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Haruhiko Ogata, MD

Director/Professor, Center for Diagnostic and Therapeutic Endoscopy, Keio University School of Medicine

Dr. Ogata serves as a professor at Keio University, deemed as a top clinical researchinstitution in Japan. Dr. Ogata, the authority on endoscopic medical care, contributes his expertise and knowledge to the advancement of diagnostic imaging where early application ofmedical AI is anticipated.

Peter Lingström

Peter Lingström

Professor/Senior Dental Officer, Department of Cariology, Institute of Odontology, Sahlgrenska Academy, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Dr. Peter Lingström is a globally renowned authority in the field of medical care. Dr. Lingström has been fostering promising degree candidates as a main supervisor at the department while actively engaging in financial support for dental care.

He holds several posts including the vice president of Sweden’s society of Cariology, a cariological clinical specialist for the Västra Götalands län public dental health department. Having been helping the efforts to eradicate dental caries and periodontal diseases from Sweden for many years, Dr. Lingström is also responsible for the Swedish health department’s dental guidelines.

Dr. Lingström has published more than 100 academic papers on cariology and periodontal disease prevention. Dentistry, Lund University Doctor in Dentistry, University of Gothenburg Associate Professor, Kristianstad University Visiting Professor, University of Sassari Professor/Senior Dental Officer, University of Gothenburg Vice Chairman, Swedish Society of Cariology Cariological Specialist, Kingdom of Sweden Department of Public Dental Health, Head of Dental Guideline Committee, Kingdom of Sweden Department of Public Dental Health.

Masakuni Tamura

Professor, School of Science and Technology, Meiji University

Supervisory Officer, Mori Hills REIT Investment Corporation (current) CEO, Arc Brain, Co., Ltd. (current) Director on Board, Sigma Planning Institute, Inc. Sumitomo Construction Co., Ltd.


Medical Intellectual property rights supervision

Ryosuke Tamura

Chief patent attorney, Lighthouse International Patent Firm

Ryosuke Tamura, an expert on management of intellectual property, manages intellectual property rights of the Pulse Network project—which is an indispensable part of the project.

After graduation, he began work for a chemical manufacturer where he engaged in research and development.
He, later, joined a patent firm and subsequently registered as a patent attorney in 2003.
In 2004, he moved to join a consulting firm.Since establishing Lighthouse International Patent Firm in 2007, he has provided attentive support for patent applications extensively in the fields of software and chemistry.
Alma mater: School of Engineering, Kyoto University


Pulse Network Achievements
  • Establishment of JpMedsn
  • 60,000,000 JPY in capital as of H1
  • Start of Pulse Record development
  • 148,750,000 JPY in capital as of H1
  • Start of Pulse Pocket development
  • Pulse Record α-version released, trial phase in several clinics
  • Rollout of Pulse Record α-version in Q1/Apple App Store certification acquired
  • 249,750,000 JPY in capital as of H2
  • Launch of Pulse Pocket and start of full-scale promotion in Q2
  • Rollout of Pulse Record β-version in Q3, pilot
  • Launch of Pulse Record and start of full-scale promotion in Q2
  • Acquired 9 patents
Q1 - 2020
  • Agreement with the National Medical Association Science and Technology Investment Association
Q2 - 2020
  • CPC Central Committee - State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council
Q3 - 2020
  • Intermediaries of corona test kits used in military hospitals
Q4- 2020
  • Brokerage of military equipment
  • Brokerage of police equipment
Q1- 2021
  • Integration with PolkaDOT
Q2 - 2021
  • Launching a joint venture with the National Medical Association
Q3- 2021
  • Launch of PULSE Governance

Our Partners

Better Together
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Japan Healthcare Business Inc.

JHCB operates the business of reviewing the medical insurance claims of over six million people per year in place of hospital and clinics.

Public Sector

Track record of the project operating company
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FY2012 Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry

For the Subsidy for Service Industry Reinforcement Project Expenses (Subsidy for Regional Healthcare Development Promotion Project Expenses) Healthcare Services Creation Support Project, the MEIT selected the proposal by the “Kanagawa Working KAIGO Consortium” for “next-generation nursing system utilizing new input device” in which JpMedsn served as an operating company, and its implementation was duly completed.


In the lead-up to the Pulse Network project, JpMedsn has made various patent applications. The company has acquired the following four patents, with twelve patents still pending.*Macrocom Corporation is a pure holding company of JpMedsn.
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Patent no. 6117483 Apparatus for Medical Data Conversion/Transmission and Method for Medical Data Conversion/Transmission

An apparatus for converting and transmitting various formats of common medical data contained in electronic medical record information to a patient medical information server. As a result, common medical data can be conveniently accumulated as common information even if the formats of the individual electronic medical records are different.

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Patent no. 6177527 Medication Administration Information Provision System

A system for providing medication administration information, equipped with the function that allows all doctors and pharmaceutical companies to share information “only” on medicines in coordination with the medical information system, while maintaining anonymity of each entry for personal information protection. This system, thus, enables physicians to access information of the latest pharmaceutical products and pharmaceutical companies to easily accumulate data on medication administration.

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Patent no. 6177546 Medical Information Display System

A system for enhancing the convenience of patients and medical institutions by allowing patients’ medical information to be viewed by not only patients themselves, but also by medical institutions other than those patients had visited in the past. As a result, patients’ family doctors and major hospitals can share information on their medical history and can perform more adequate treatment in a shorter time than that taken at the first visit.

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Patent no. 6356466 Medical Record Entry Support System, Server Apparatus, Terminal at Medical Institution, Medical Record Entry Method, Apparatus at Medical Institution, and Medical Record Entry Support Program

A system provides support for medical record entry with the user interface to facilitate entry of a medical record, as the relevant information appears on the screen when the doctor makes choices there during patient encounter. As a result, the support system significantly reduces the time for medical record entry.