Blockchain ledgers are a decentralized (i.e., “owner-free”) way of sharing data. This is incredibly useful because publicly available data allows efficient use, thereby streamlining many bureaucratic processes. However, complying with data protection laws in this context presents a challenge. This innovation is a blockchain-based system that protects personal information, only revealing it when permission is granted by the owner.
Any one patient is linked to a lot of data – from their personal details, medical history, reports from lab tests, medication or surgery details, data from wearables, the list goes on and becomes more complicated. This software makes the complicated simple, collecting and consolidating medical data into one easy and usable platform.
(Bookmark technologies to show them here)