As a founding member of QLife, in 2006 Yoshimasa Mine was involved in the establishment of QLife’s Web services, including the QLife word-of-mouth hospital search engine. Under the concept of a “production team that produces profits”, he has started up numerous healthcare businesses. With the arrival of iPhone in Japan in 2008, Mr. Mine was one of the first to discover the compatibility of smartphones with the healthcare field and was successful in commercializing various healthcare apps, including Tempu-bunsho Pro and Iryo Board Pro. He established ShareMedical Inc. in 2014 with the aim of planning healthcare services that are even closer to clinical practice.