Throughout the last few years, the development of the integrated medical industry called Medical Hub,
which is an industry group that uses new technologies and innovations as a mechanism to drive the economy in the future (New S-Curve) according to the Thailand 4.0 policy, has created Cooperation between government and private agencies. Thailand’s policy calls for collaboration between the government and various private sector, which includes small and medium-sized firms, business groups, and communities, in order to establish a complete health care industry related to medical hub. Significant investments in research, medical device manufacture, the development of standardized medications and medical supplies, as well as staff development, will be required in the future to construct new outputs. However, to really fulfill requirements, it is necessary to overcome limitations posed by past technologies and products. Additionally, the key source of concern for the medical industry is the continued high cost of imported medical equipment and supplies resulting from Thailand’s difficulty to build a large-scale manufacturing base. Furthermore, we would like to explicitly enhance local communities in Thailand’s areas make a profit.