BurstiQ platform enables third parties to develop service layer to integrate silo based data related to Medical Health Records access and management and enable deep learning tools to business analytics.
Embleema’ distributed ledgers allow healthcare data to be managed securely without a central authority, but instead, by a group of users. To protect sensitive health data, only selected healthcare stakeholders are allowed to form nodes of this private decentralized network: patients, advocacy groups, life sciences companies, payers, authorities and care centers. Join the Consortium by hosting a node of the healthcare blockchain. We will provide the code-base in open-source.
In this exploratory study, blockchain technology has been examined by Information Systems Science, Department of Management and Entrepreneurship, Turku School of Economics, University of Turku, as an option for managing the supply chain in managing plasma derivatives.
Drug companies such as Pfizer Inc., McKesson, AmerisourceBergen, and Premier have joined a project to explore blockchain network to improve chargebacks in the pharma industry with aim to operate more efficiently, as well as reduce the cost of patient care.
Cigna and Sentara Healthcare are the newest payers to join the initiative to bring blockchain to healthcare.
One of the main areas of focus for the collaborative will be to accelerate the development of new payment models and overcome existing business barriers.
For example, a lack of trust between payers and providers could impede efforts to move to alternative payment methods, and blockchain has the potential to create shared, secure efficiencies.
Aetna, Anthem, and Health Care Service Corporation announced a new partnership with IBM and PNC Bank focused on bringing blockchain technology to healthcare.
The goal is to allow the blockchain network to enable healthcare companies to build, share and deploy solutions that drive digital transformation in the industry.
Specifically, the five companies hope to reduce administrative costs by reducing inefficiencies and redundancies tied to inaccurate data.
Synaptic Health Alliance joins leaders in healthcare to explore how blockchain technology can help address some of the toughest problems in healthcare. Synaptic’s members include Aetna, Ascension, Humana, MultiPlan, Optum, Quest Diagnostics, and UnitedHealthcare.In its first pilot project, announced in April 2018, Synaptic Health Alliance is tackling the high cost of healthcare provider data management, testing the premise that administrative costs and data quality can be improved by sharing provider data inputs and changes made by different parties across a blockchain.