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    Title: Perspective of the 3D printing technology applied on medical resource integration and service innovation business model
    Authors: 陳坤成;Chen, James K.C.;杜氏莊;Do, Hanna T.T.
    Contributors: 經營管理學系
    Date: 2017-12
    Issue Date: 2018-04-03 09:46:18 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Clinical data shows that many oral cancers, car accidents and major accidental injuries cause to remove organs and limbs partially or completely due to incomplete physical appearance surgery. This is not only cause inconvenience to life, but also directly affects to patients' psychology and influences their job opportunities in the community. In the past, patients have been treated through Medical Equipment Company using the artificial prostheses or artificial organs. However, it was not give a sufficient result, which were a waste of time and money. Fortunately, nowadays, 3D printing technology provides opportunity for patients to solve their problems quickly with low financial burden. Indeed, 3D printing technology introduced by Nagoya Municipal Industrial Research Institute in 1982. Later, the industry applies this technology in prototype manufacturing and/or a convenient mold. Only a few years ago, 3D printing technology application started to use in the healthcare industry. This research creates one evaluation system of a hospital/organization purchasing 3D printing that it includes domain evaluation, criteria, and sub-criteria factors through AHP method processing. Analysis includes four evaluation domains, such as Novelty, Importance, Uncertainty, and Complexity. The result shows that "Uncertainty" (D3) domain is the best factor among four domains by AHP framework. "Artificial limb-model" is the first object on 3D printing in the current market. The result states that the 3D printing technology can be applied on medical models and innovation service of the business model.
    Relation: PICMET: Portland International Center for Management of Engineering and Technology, Proceedings
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