Blockchains

What’s really fueling the blockchain craze? Dissatisfaction with the status quo

Blockchain’s promise is so over the top that small tasks such as finally solving interoperability, securing all patient data, overhauling the supply chain, transforming electronic health records and generally saving the world are only scratching the surface of its myriad, much-hyped use cases.Blockchain won’t save the world, of course. It likely won’t even deliver on

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Blockchain-based app store connects AI developers, providers and imaging centers

The marketplace will enable imaging centers to monetize their data while providing a centralized place for radiologists to browse for specific AI algorithms. Medical Diagnostic Web has entered the fast-growing AI app store world, as it introduces an new marketplace on its medical imaging blockchain platform. Radiologists will have access to a range of specific

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Wellness Center rises like a phoenix from RMCH’s old dialysis facility

By Bill Donovan Correspondent GALLUP — It’s 10 a.m. on a beautiful Tuesday and 86-year-old Don Holland is where he usually is every weekday morning — maintaining a healthy lifestyle by working out at the Gallup Wellness Center. “The body is a complex machine and has to be kept in good shape for a long,

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Koreas Myongji Hospital signs agreement with BICube to co-develop a blockchain-based medical information exchange system

Myongji Hospital, which was established in 1987 in South Korea, has recently signed an agreement with BICube, an IT company based in Korea to co-develop a blockchain-based medical information exchange system. Myongji Hospital, which was established in 1987 in South Korea, has recently signed an agreement with BICube, an IT company based in Korea to

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Private blockchain, explained

Data silos and interoperability challenges abound in healthcare, and blockchain technology appears to provide a solution, theoretically allowing distinct sources of data to update each other in a decentralized waywithout the considerable administrative burden of maintaining up-to-date centralized databases.But for a blockchain to function this way, the data stored on it must be made public

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