Blockchain is changing the healthcare industry, facilitating better data exchange, security, efficient payments and eliminating counterfeit drugs.
While the list names some of China’s largest companies, there are also a number of startups involved in crypto wallets, public chains, and mining pools.
The system was launched by the country’s Ministry of Health and Prevention and will cover healthcare professionals in both the private and public sector.
Uganda is hoping blockchain can help root out the problem of counterfeit drugs by tracking the legitimate ones.
The blockchain industry focused on healthcare is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 48.1%.
The National Cancer Institute has decided it wants medical information to be more secure and more accurate.
The German pharmaceutical giant is teaming up with the blockchain company to create a better data system for health care.
South Korean hospital Gil Medical Center, Longenesis and Insilico Medicine Have partnered up to create a blockchain based health data management solution.
Pharmeum’s co-founder and CEO Zain Rana introduces an app that enables users to bring their health data anywhere in the world with blockchain and AI.
Bitfury and Longenesis, a health data company, have partnered up to launch a blockchain based consent management solution that streamlines data collection for medical research.