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Jamie Kurtz discusses the challenges with message integrity in healthcare, outlining new technology solutions that establish the credibility needed to trust the digital communications needed across a care team.
Anthony Begando highlights the current landscape for professional credentialing and how the ProCredEx consortium has developed a digital marketplace to streamline these processes.
Mike Jacobs provides insight into the thinking and approach behind the formation of the Synaptic Health Alliance and a glimpse into the internal operations that are key to running a blockchain alliance in healthcare.
HHS Technology Group President Brett Furst says the pandemic provides a "perfect example" for why the distributed ledger technology was invented.
Hoffman-Childress provides an overview of blockchain-enabled solutions to address a variety of new needs as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, focusing on a supply chain solution to allow for streamlined connections between buyers and suppliers.
Symblock's Brajesh Awasthi shares a demonstration of his company's blockchain-based healthcare provider credentialing and directory platform that is aimed at reducing credentialing time significantly and enabling transparency and trust.
Ben Taylor shares how blockchain and FDA's DSCSA-required 2D barcodes provide a solution for pharmaceutical supply that ensures data integrity, security and privacy, but also allows global visibility, interpretability and counterfeit interception.
Dominique Hurley, vice president of strategy and innovation at HealthVerity, discusses her company's use of blockchain technology to enable consent management for enterprise systems.
Explore a use case for blockchain-enabled solutions that inform analytics to help health system improve outcomes and costs by identifying and addressing unwarranted clinical variation in surgeries.
Data ownership, access and control, in addition to consent management, are just a few of the benefits that blockchain can provide in healthcare, says Mirko De Maldè, President at Government Blockchain Association Italy.