Blockchain Expo in London will showcase how blockchain technology can be the solution and improve different areas of today's healthcare industry.
The implementation of blockchain in the healthcare industry will spur on the ongoing trends towards digital democratisation of care delivery models and more personalised treatments. According to the World Health Organisation, there is a global shortage of over seven million physicians, nurses and healthcare professionals. Not only do doctors need to meet the growing needs of their patients, they also need to stay on top of the rapidly evolving technological landscape.
Research from Frost & Sullivan predicts that the next 5 to 10 years will see the emergence of a ‘blockchain ecosystem with healthcare-focused use cases’ centered around the following areas: health data exchanges, smart assets management, insurance and payment solution.
Blockchain-based technology could be the solution everyone is waiting for. Looking into the future, as more personalised biological information becomes available, services could be offered that are based not only on genomic data, but also other health, biological, and environmental information, facilitating new insights into disease processes. The new adoption of Blockchain technology removes the vulnerabilities associated with cloud databases. This means it would be safe to store even the most sensitive DNA and healthcare data on the blockchain, without fear of it being stolen or misused in a cyber-attack.
The Blockchain Global Expo 2019 https://blockchain-expo.com/global running on the 25-26th April at Olympia Grand London, focuses on several of these exciting healthcare topics.
Blockchain Expo has been embraced by the blockchain community with notable experts and leading organisations joining the conference agenda. Event attendees can expect to meet with over 6,000 like-minded individuals, 350+ exhibitors such as PwC, Dell, Intel, Hyperledger, Consensys and Stratis, in a series of networking opportunities. The Blockchain Expo will also allow you to ask questions to the event’s 200+ thought leading speakers in Q&A sessions. Speakers within the healthcare sector, include:
- Sam Shah, Director of Digital Development at NHS England
- Amit Patel, Director of New Ventures at Bupa
- Konrad Dobschuetz, Commercial Director – Agile Team at Pfizer
- Patrick Curry, Mediconnect
Other events in our world series include: Blockchain Expo Europe which will take place at RAI, Amsterdam on 19-20th June 2019.
Blockchain Expo North America which will take place at the Santa Clara Convention Center in the heart of Silicon Valley on 13-14 November 2019.
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