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Medical product and
Patient identity validation
Drug identity validation
Healthcare data backed
Medical treatment history tracking
Medical devices usage history tracking
Drug supply chain tracking
Via blockchain individual healthcare service payments can be transacted directly and promptly. Moreover, gratifications for obedience with individual health treatment regimes can be transacted automatically via blockchain.
Chain of provision of drugs, especially high-value drugs, can be documented and made transparent facilitating prevention of fraud and counterfeiting.
Smart healthcare contracts allow for individualized health and research/treatment record data based service provision upon patients initiation and in a high-security environment.
Identities of individual healthcare treatment seekers and service providers can be established easily and without risk of falsification.
IoT (Internet of Things): things rely on the use of the Blockchain technology to manage the authentication and integrity of messaging between themselves, in order to guarantee the use of a safe and reliable IoT network.
Property: a Blockchain accelerator manages the change of property ownership, in other words the transfer of ownership of any digital or physical asset (e.g. vehicles, equity, houses, etc.). Through the registration of a transaction in the Blockchain register, the identity of the seller and the buyer, the unique identifier of the asset and the time stamp associated with the transaction are guaranteed and cannot be modified.
SCM (Supply Chain Management): by relying on a shared information layer, parties acting in a supply chain ecosystem are able to achieve full item tracking, advanced proof of authenticity, and interoperable provision of after sales services.
Blockchain company Gem aims to tackle one of the biggest issues in health care insurance claim payments: providers have to wait a long time to get paid. Moving toward that goal, the ambitious startup just scored a major partnership with Capital One.
There’s a lot of hype around blockchain. In 2015, Tierion was the first company to complete a blockchain healthcare project through becoming the first partner in Philips Blockchain Lab. This report provides a balanced perspective that addresses the opportunities and risks for the use of blockchain technology in healthcare.
Health data sharing, like much of health IT, has traditionally lagged other industries in adoption of new technologies. The potential of blockchain technology, applied to healthcare, is a shared platform that decentralizes health data without compromising the security of sensitive information.