DeNA provides a variety of healthcare services utilizing the internet, with the aim to lengthen healthy lifespans. DeNA also engages in R&D in partnership with various research institutions with the goal of creating new value, and contributing to solving social issues.
The direct-to-consumer genetic testing service MYCODE is provided by DeNA's subsidiary DeNA Life Science in Japan. Users only need to mail their saliva samples to DLS's own lab to view their genetic predispositions (up to 280 parameters) and personalized health tips.
kencom, operated by DeNA and Sumitomo Corp.'s joint venture DeSC Healthcare, supports health insurance societies in Japan by centrally managing their members' health data and providing recommendations tailored to each user, while offering fun opportunities for improving their health.
This web service primarily aims to provide daily support for millennial women. After completing the free registration, users receive coupons to try out services to enrich daily life, such as for beauty, interior design, and career support, and to try out services that help solve daily problems, such as help with household chores, childcare, and women’s health.
Caradamo provides diet support, such as helping people keep up their motivation and providing information to help make informed choices. This app leads users to a balanced diet tailored for them, with food and exercise included in one cycle. The app proposes actions for users to achieve their goals to help users break out of indecision and take action.
ONSEI is an app that uses AI to check for changes in cognitive function by extracting speech features from voice audio and performing AI analytics. Users state their date of birth, the current date, and day of the week as instructed, and the analysis is completed in around 20 seconds. This app can be used in a variety of situations, including at the bank, pharmacy, and local government offices.
This system enables the cognitive function test for elderly drivers seeking license renewal to be conducted on a tablet. Drivers who are 75 or older are required to undergo a cognitive function test before starting elder driver training. Creating a system to conduct this test instead of using paper enables greater efficiency, with improvement expected in the waiting time for a test reservation, automation of grading, and reduced labor by test examiners.
ADAS-Jcog. is a cognitive function test optimal for evaluating drug effectiveness, and it was selected for an anti-dementia drug trial. SHINRI-ADAS is the cloud system that enables ADAS-Jcog. to run on a tablet or computer. This technology enables even staff without specialist knowledge or abilities to run tests, and is expected to contribute to more precise dementia treatment.
This system analyses brain DICOM images from MRI scans, divides out 133 brain regions, and measures the volume of each region. Changes in the volume of brain regions can be used as a tool to assist in the treatment of dementia. This system was certified as a medical device program under the Pharmaceutical and Medical Devices Law on February 17, 2021.
This brain performance app helps establish good brain habits. The app provides a personalized recommended menu for weekly food and exercise based on life logs such as pedometer steps, food, sleep, and weight. The app also provides individual scoring for brain performance activities and habits based on those menu records.