He is interested in Image Media Processing, Medical Informatics, Field Informatics, Medical Engineering, e-Healthcare and Life-log. These fields are called Medical ICT. He developed a Tele-Radiology System and Tele-Pathology System. He is also interested in Medical Informatics and Healthcare using mobile appliances such as smart-phones. He is also studying Medical Engineering with related researchers.
Attractive Factors of My Research
Medical ICT research is an important field of Japan. Research target of this field is a patient, medical doctor, co-worker and healthy-people. Our medical information and personal records in a hospital is very sensitive information. So, we have to pay attention to enough. We have to be and sincere when we start to study Medical ICT. If some techniques we developed are used in practical, it is our grate pleasure.
We developed a Personal Multimedia Communication Terminal with a video-phone function, document sharing function multi-point tele-communication function in the era of 1990.
We designed and produced an EHR (Electric Health Record) System with national government officers, medical informatics engineers and local government officers in the National Project in the era of 2000.
We also managed medical ICT fields of NTT group before joining the FUN.
Major Books and Papers
- Y. Fujino, “Telemedicine and Tele-healthcare Trial Systems over the Current Broadband Network and NGN in Japan”, The Second International Symposium on Medical Information and Communication Technology, TS8, ISMICT 07, Oulu, 2007
- Y. Fujino, K. Fujimura, S. Nomura, H. Kawashima, M. Tsuchikawa, T. Matsumoto, K. Nagao, T. Uruma. S. Yamamoto, H. Takizawa, C. Kuroda, T. Nakayama, “Network-based Reading System for Lung Cancer Screening System”, Proceedings of SPIE, Medical Imaging 2006, Vol. 6145, 2006
- Y. Fujino, K. Ogura, T. Mochizuki, S. Murata, T. Watanabe, Y. Ito, K. Shimizu, H. Sato, K. Iki, H. Takagi, “ Welderly Communication System over Broadband Network”, World Telecommunication Congress 2006, WTC2006, CM1 #1, Budapest, 2006