ons. 22. maj | Copenhagen Business School

Blockchain in Public Healthcare

The first countries are turning to Blockchain in national healthcare, seeing the potential of this technology to actually add value to human wellbeing. Dealing with human life holds not only chances but also vast challenges that are more than anywhere else to be hedged against.
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Blockchain in Public Healthcare

Time & Location

22. maj 2019 18.45
Copenhagen Business School, Solbjerg Plads 3, 2000 Frederiksberg, Denmark

About the Event

The first countries are turning to Blockchain in national healthcare, seeing the potential of this technology to actually add value to human wellbeing. Dealing with human life holds not only chances but also vast challenges that are more than anywhere else to be hedged against. This event will enlighten you with the current use cases in healthcare and the chances lying in improved traceability, as well as compliance and reliability of trail records coming with Blockchain technology in this field.  

Together with CBS Health, we gave an insight into the actual conflict between vast opportunities for physicians to make faster and more reliable treatments and the critical factor data security. Does a peer-to-peer network do the job in this field or is a more patient-centric vision required to make that technological change beneficial for the society?

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