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General overview

Stage of development: Implementation

Policy sector: Health

Date outcomes contract signed: Aug 2020

Start date of service provision: Aug 2020

Capital raised (minimum): 0 (USD 0)

Max potential outcome payment: JPY 13.64m

Service users: 3k+ individuals


At the outset of service delivery, KUMAMOTO Wellness Support Institute Inc. will conduct research on usage of care facilities, which will result in visualised data on changes in needs for each facility. The result will be communicated with all the care facilities through training and recommended changes. The programme also provides training for users of thse facilities to maintain their health and prevent escalation. The research will also be visible to local residents through seminars and promotion, further incentivising care facilities to implement these changes.

Target population

All care and rehabilitation facilities in Omuta city (76 facilities, 3,122 users in total are categorised as 'in need of support' level 1 and 2, and 'in need of care' level 1 to 4).



  • Japan

Service delivery locations

  • Omuta-City, Fukuoka Prefecture

Involved organisations

Commissioners/outcome payers

Service Providers

Intermediary organisations

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Outcome metrics

  • Undisclosed for the first 3 years (the outcome metrics will be suggested by KUMAMOTO Wellness Support Institute Inc each year, and payments will be made upon achieving these outcomes). For the final year of service delivery, outcome is improvement and maintenance of the degree of need for care among users of care facilities in Omuta city.
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