david.bowler1
2 months ago  Karma: 308
Blockchain Health-related applications

What is the most useful blockchain health-related application you can think of?

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#blockchain
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david.bowler1
2 months ago  Karma: 308
Blockchain Health-related applications

What is the most useful blockchain health-related application you can think of?

en
#blockchain
healthcare
future

3 ANSWERS
j1koc5
2 months ago Karma: 746

Uberisation of doctor services
Just like drivers bid for assignments, why not let doctors bid to deliver medical services. It will bring increased price transparency and will also improve efficiency.

Uberisation of doctor services
Just like drivers bid for assignments, why not let doctors bid to deliver medical services. It will bring increased price transparency and will also improve efficiency.

paul_musgrave
2 months ago Karma: 310

Health Notary
I’m thinking on how long it currently takes to verify various docs such as a proof of insurance, prescription status, test results, prescriptions, and physician referrals. All these documents can be encoded on the blockchain as digital assets. Then, the process of verification will only take a few seconds.

Health Notary
I’m thinking on how long it currently takes to verify various docs such as a proof of insurance, prescription status, test results, prescriptions, and physician referrals. All these documents can be encoded on the blockchain as digital assets. Then, the process of verification will only take a few seconds.

yo0g6
2 months ago Karma: 640

Personal health records can be stored and managed using the blockchain to build the largest electronic medical record system ever. Since the blockchain is private, the information can be stored as digital assets. You can grant doctors or insurance companies access to your health records on a need to know basis. Furthermore, this initiative could finally standardize the countless number of formats that are currently used. In short, blockchain could enable us to build a universal storage repository based on an open format. Just think that you can store your genomics along with data coming from wearables like Fitbit. It could greatly help for research purposes but also for preventive medicine.

Personal health records can be stored and managed using the blockchain to build the largest electronic medical record system ever. Since the blockchain is private, the information can be stored as digital assets. You can grant doctors or insurance companies access to your health records on a need to know basis. Furthermore, this initiative could finally standardize the countless number of formats that are currently used. In short, blockchain could enable us to build a universal storage repository based on an open format. Just think that you can store your genomics along with data coming from wearables like Fitbit. It could greatly help for research purposes but also for preventive medicine.

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