Proof blockchain travels to Distributed health in Nashville, Tennessee to talk decentralised health and medical datap
Distributed health, brought together some of the best most exciting and forward thinking executives, investors and decision makers in our industry. Collaborations like these make it imperative when trying to make blockchain a reality in healthcare.
The Nashville format was to provide population health with the newest ideas, educate its usage and create intimate networking opportunities for companies like ourselves to formulate fruitful relationships from.
In our eyes It was a great place to share idea’s with some bright minded talented doctors, technologists, researchers who wanted to talk anything about about payments through to medical records. As a decentralized patient-first company the latter was important for us – looking to see how the processing and analytics of data in a trusted environment could work with our tech.
Complimented by a serious of events such as a 24-hour hackathon, innovative blockchain application workshops and CLE being lead by leading attorneys, the conference was good.
Next year, we look forward to seeing more of the same thing with no doubt a few more POC’s off the ground.
Proof Leverages blockchain and its immutable trust to track and trace data in real-time. Using our democratised ecosystem to self govern medical health records to improve care, the main aim of Proof is to solve interoperability between patients, provider, payer and researcher.
Their will come a day very soon where all personal data will be held by the person who’s data it is, granting permission with whom to share will be the norm. We believe that this is not too far from a distant reality and the more people that choose to take privacy seriously the quicker this will happen.
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