Shinichiro Hashiguchi joined Andersen Consulting (now Accenture plc) in 1991. After working at an IT research firm, he was involved in the founding of a net marketing venture. After becoming involved in finance projects at the main office of Tokushukai Medical Group and Mitsui & Co. , he was responsible for corporate planning again at the main office of Tokushukai Medical Group in 2005. He started leading the healthcare advisory of Ernst & Young ShinNihon LLC in 2012, worked at the Social Welfare Research Institute, and then joined Frontier Management Inc. in 2020.
At Toshukai Medical Group, Mr. Hashiguchi supervised the conversion of multiple in-group corporations’ medical fee claims into joint securities, some of the biggest syndicate loans in the Japanese healthcare field, and the putting together of about 20 projects to build or rebuild hospitals. He was responsible for all aspects of corporate planning, including the development of management plans, bank investment relationships, the reorganization of group corporations, the privatization of public hospitals, the composition of business and financial reports and the building of internal control systems for overseas group hospitals.
At Ernst & Young ShinNihon LLC, Mr. Hashiguchi was broadly engaged in advisory projects, including the formulation of mid- to long-term management plans and management improvement support for university, public, and private hospitals, basic planning for hospital rebuilding, planning medical care zones for and attracting business entities to area redevelopment projects, corporate hospital M&A and private corporations’ nursing care project M&A, strategies for joining healthcare projects in the ASEAN region, and the use of AI to understand the reality of nursing care.
At the Social Welfare Research Institute, he implemented the strengthening and project reorganization of medical nursing facilities for incurable diseases and palliative care, the establishment of a nursing and caregiving training center in a merger with a major Vietnamese hospital (the Cabinet Secretariat’s “Asian Health Vision” Project), and the planning of CCRC hospital support facilities.
Waseda University (Bachelor of Laws)