Blockchain in healthcare

Healthcare providers and payers use blockchain to manage trial data and medical records while maintaining personal privacy and regulatory compliance.

How the FDA is piloting blockchain for the pharmaceutical supply chain

In light of the current state of our world, things like supply chain management, prescription drug traceability and pharmaceutical integrity are of utmost importance. Last year, we announced our work with KPMG, Merck and Walmart as key participants in the United States Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) pilot program in support of the U.S. Drug […]

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IBM Rapid Supplier Connect: Getting COVID-19 responders the equipment they need

The COVID-19 pandemic is bringing unprecedented changes to how we all live and work. It goes without saying that we are far from doing business as usual and it is even questionable whether “business as usual” can ever return. Around the world, however, the response to these new changes has been inspiring. Luxury fashion houses […]

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Blockchain applications that are transforming the world

Blockchain is more than a technology, it’s a movement that can help all industries redefine their most important relationships through trust, transparency and collaboration. Progressive executives are already exploring industry blockchain applications and realizing the value that removing friction, building trust and unlocking new value across their business can provide. In the supply chain area, […]

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Protect Pharmaceutical Product Integrity with the Pharmaceutical Utility Network

The Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) Interoperability Pilot demonstrates how blockchain technology can be used to effectively track and trace certain prescription drugs throughout the supply chain. The visibility offered by blockchain makes it easier for pharmaceutical supply chain actors to comply with with the DSCSA (a U.S. law that goes into effect in […]

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What are the use cases for blockchain tech in healthcare?

What are the use cases for blockchain tech in healthcare? originally appeared on Quora: the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world. Answer by Software Development Company, on Quora: Constantin Yukhymenko on Quora: What are the use cases for blockchain tech in healthcare? Use Case […]

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First Mover advantage: Innovation through blockchain

In my previous post, Blockchain Rx: A cure for healthcare and life sciences? I explained some of the benefits of implementing blockchain and narrowed down which blockchain use cases in these industries are the most viable, and dove into a key blockchain use case in the life sciences industry. In this post, I will explore […]

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Blockchain Rx: A cure for healthcare and life sciences?

When people hear about blockchain, their minds might typically jump first to use cases in banking or financial markets. Although these industries were the trailblazers in adopting blockchain, they are no longer alone: as someone who works closely with organizations in the healthcare and life sciences space, I am seeing major industry players move beyond […]

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Blockchain is good for your health, and your business

Blockchain is a potential game-changer to business however there is no clear and easy route to adoption. As I discussed in my first blog, there are still several challenges, including a lack of common technical standards, transaction speeds, verification processes and data limits, which are still being resolved. In a sensitive industry like healthcare, government […]

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Blockchain in healthcare: Patient benefits and more

Blockchain technology is a game-changer with the potential to impact not one or two industries, but the complete landscape of how business is done. When 200 healthcare executives were surveyed, 16 percent expect to have a commercial blockchain solution at scale sometime this year. The key players for blockchain adoption will be regulators, industry groups […]

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