HSBlox introduced a suite of unique blockchain based solution for healthcare that cover number of key functional areas such as; claims processing, prevention of duplicates, sample tracking and payments administration.
MTBC introduced a blockchain platform to securely store patient medical history, eliminate interoperability issues that have plagued the digitization of healthcare for years, and give patients’ absolute control over who has access to their valuable health data
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HealthVerity Census solves the challenging problem of consolidating patient identities across Enterprise datasets and is more accurate than traditional methods for linking identifiable data.
United BioSource selects HealthVerity for its enterprise-wide patient mastering and data management to support initiatives across REMS, patient services, pharmacovigilance, and late phase research.
Change Healthcare is using blockchain to improve the data reconciliation process in healthcare which currently produces results that are questionable. With blockchain Change Healthcare is able to transform the way companies share and reconcile data.
Nebula provides a private and secure way to learn what your genes say about your traits and ancestry. The company uses blockchain to streamline the study of genetics and lower costs.
Investors include Khosla Ventures, Arch Venture Partners, Fenbushi Capital, Mayfield, F-Prime Capital Partners, Great Point Ventures, Windham Venture Partners, Hemi Ventures, Mirae Asset, Hikma Ventures and Heartbeat Labs
A blockchain technology company who is active in healthcare. World’s first blockchain-supported Personal Care Record Platform launched by Guardtime and partners to up to 30 million NHS patients in the UK
Guardtime is the first company to deploy blockchain technology in live production health-care environments, starting in Estonia, the most advanced e-Health nation in the world, followed by the UK NHS through partnership in primary care with Instant Access Medical (IAM).