According to Deloitte, the healthcare industry is planning the most aggressive deployments of blockchain, with 35 percent of health and life sciencesplanning to deploy by 2018. Deloitte found that 28 percent of respondents across all industries said they’d already invested $5 million or more, while 10 percent have invested $10 million or more in blockchain.
The Blockchain in Healthcare conference will enable healthcare professionals to understand how blockchain technology such as cryptocurrency, smart contracts, distributed databases, and public ledgers are, and will continue to transform their sector.
We are not seeing start-ups focusing on blockchain – whilst existing technology businesses are integrating blockchain technology into their overall offerings - building pilots and working with customers to develop roadmaps forward.
The first blockchain was theorized by Satoshi Nakamoto in 2008 and applied the following year as a key component of the digital currency bitcoin, but that was just the tip of the iceberg. A secure public ledger concept can be applied to almost all aspects of doing business whilst removing slow and outdated workflows.
Using a peer-to-peer network and a distributed timestamping server, a blockchain database can be managed autonomously. Blockchain is the future business model of supply chain and can be applied to the entire healthcare value chain.
Are you ready to harness the capabilities of blockchain technology in healthcare?
Join the one-day event to:
-Understand how to develop blockchain scalable solutions for your company
-Learn how blockchain can solve the HIPAA privacy and security issues
-Examine open source blockchain development
-See how blockchain is part of the overall cybersecurity solution
-Discover why early adoption will save time and money in the future
-Learn about transparency, security and convenience all in one place
-Cut through the hype. Hear first-hand how blockchain can be a game changer.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Who should attend?
The Blockchain in Healthcare Summit is being meticulously produced to further the education of organizations involved in:
Pharmaceutical manufacturing and distribution
Chief Executive Officer
Obesity Prevention, Policy & Management
Visiting Assistant Professor
MIT Media Lab
Procedural Dermatology Fellow
Northwestern Memorial Hospital
Management & Health Policy
Paul Farmer Global Surgery Research Fellow
Harvard Medical School
Chairman & CEO
Researcher and Masters Student
Benjamin D. Schanker
CEO and Co-Founder
Wholesome Inc; American Board of Medical Quality
President and CEO
BlockStar, Board Member Blockchain Compliance Alliance
Manager Innovation Team, Health Care Delivery and Innovation
CEO & Founder
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