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標題: 3D列印應用於智慧醫療之關鍵因素探討
A Study of Critical Factors of 3D Printing Applied to Smart Medical Care
作者: 林芮稼
Jui-Chia Lin
關鍵字: 3D列印;智慧醫療;文獻分析法;個案研究法;PEST分析法;關鍵因素;3D Printing;Smart Medical Care;Smart Healthcare;Literature Analysis Methods;Document Analysis;Case Study Method;PEST Analysis;Key Factors



Global aging and economic issues have become a heavy burden on the government and its people. In view of this, the application of new 3D printing technology in smart healthcare facilities will bring important development opportunities to the healthcare quality and the industry as a whole.

This study uses documentary researches, case studies and PEST model analysis to find the key factors, conclusions and recommendations.

Firstly, it explores the interactive relationship of the 3D technology application, current status of smart healthcare development, medical market condition, development trends, challenges and limitations.

It then analyses the connotation of 4 cases and presents the results of the case studies.

Finally, the effects and benefits 3D technology will bring to the overall environment from the PEST analysis. And the key factors in the application of 3D technology in smart healthcare.

This paper concludes and recommends the government to use the cooperation mechanism of the relevant industries, authorities, academies, R&D and professions as the driving force and creative system.

Along with the superior advantages of 3D printing, and the manufacturing experience & technological application of the industry we can speed up product R&D, rejuvenate the economy, solve the problem of labor-shortage and increase employment opportunity so as to improve the competitiveness of Taiwan in the international market.
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