Unification of systems

Koyama G is made up of 33 corporations working together.
It took me 40 years to open it, but the history and culture are various.
It has been operated independently by the salary system and system of the town and village.
Complete standalone.
Therefore, it can be said that any facility system and any town or village could open a business.
We are going to do some corporate mergers.
In order to survive in the era of the collapse of the medical welfare bubble, we will scale up the corporation.
This is to strengthen financial affairs and personnel recruitment.
I think the most difficult thing is to unify the salary system and labor management system, but I rely on a large number of consultant accountants.
Social welfare corporations have already accepted foreign affairs audits by accountants.
As an electronic system, a time card for eyeball authentication and a care collaboration using a smartphone will be introduced.
It is a system that can share all kinds of information from care records.
This is great because family members can also share care records.
Until now, what has been done personally becomes DX.
Can an old man keep up?
I don’t remember writing anything other than signing the contract.
This diary is also tapped on the iPad.
I’m too scared to pay with electronic money on my cell phone.
I always carry cash.
I think this is too late.
It’s times like these that I want to leave things up to young people.
I feel old more often.
This may also be a stage of acceptance of death.

Pulse oximeter 98/98/99
Body temperature 36.5 Blood sugar 203
CEO, Yasunari Koyama


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