OBF is a lightweight, flexible, secure, and stable interoperable solution that places data stewardship with patients. Using industry-wide data standards, biometrics, Smart contracts, Ethereum, and OpenPharma’s data viewer for the first-time patients can authorize read-only record exchange using their voice.Read More.
This exploratory study examines how distributed ledger technologies could be used within the plasma derivatives supply chain.Read More.
We propose that blockchain technology complemented by secure computation methods can foster implementation of a learning healthcare system (LHCS) by minimizing upfront patient-facing compromises with unsurpassed data security and privacy, and by optimizing the system’s fulfillment of its obligations to respect patients through transparency, engagement, and accountability.Read More.
A comment on the paper “DMMS: A Decentralized Blockchain Ledger for the Management of Medication Histories”.Read More.
In this article, we introduce a decentralized medication management system (DMMS) that leverages the advantages of blockchain to manage medication histories.Read More.
Separating Signal from Noise: Advice for Blockchain StartupsRead More.
In this paper, we propose a novel framework, based on blockchain technology, to enforce IRB regulations on data collection.Read More.
This article describes how blockchain technologies can be used in the context of Public Health Surveillance through decentralized sharing of genomic data.Read More.
This report will describe how we addressed two specific challenges associated with blockchain implementation in a hospital system, namely protecting sensitive data on the blockchain, and deploying and implementing solutions across hospital systems.Read More.