JOIN THEREVOLUTION OF BLOCKCHAIN In HEALTHCARE

Blockchain most significant emerging technologies of the 21st century has potential to revolutionize healthcare is evident. Engage in conversation with Expert Speakers at first of its kind in GCC

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JOIN THEREVOLUTION OF BLOCKCHAIN In HEALTHCARE

Blockchain most significant emerging technologies of the 21st century has potential to revolutionize healthcare is evident. Engage in conversation with Expert Speakers at first of its kind in GCC

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Topics to be discussed

  • HDE

    Smooth Health Data Exchange and Interoperability

  • IOT

    Everything that has the ability to connect and communicate

  • AI

    Artificial Intelligence is the simulation of human intelligence processes by machines.

  • Innovation

    Blockchain in transforming healthcare

Overview

Healthcare will be the part of most aggresive industries worldwide implementing / driving blockchain technology. Blockchain is the future business model of supply chain and can be applied to the entire healthcare value chain. Blockchain technology will streamline and transform everything from medical records and payments to processing and analytics benefitting virtually all its stakeholders from patients and customers to providers, administrators, and institutions.

There is real opportunity to uniquely change the world by building new technologies and creating new solutions that materially impact health, longevity, quality of life, and more.

Coming 2018, Blockchain in Healthcare-Suadi Arabia first of its kind in GCC will brings together the brightest minds in healthcare innovation and blockchain technology to reimagine the future of healthcare ecosystem and increasing the privacy, security and interoperability of healthcare data.

Meet Our Speakers

  • Bilal Husain
    Founder and CEO, Digital Transformation
    Bilal Husain
    Founder and CEO, Digital Transformation

    After holding different public sector positions, Bilal founded a new startup Digital Transformation LLC, focusing on blockchain and cybersecurity.

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  • Maxim Chreshnev
    International Secretary - IDACB
    Maxim Chreshnev
    International Secretary - IDACB

    International Secretary - IDACB (International decentralized association of cryptocurrency and blockchain)

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Blockchain Implementing

Drug Development and Supply Chain Integrity

Blockchain could help reduce the counterfeit drug implications that currently cost pharmaceutical companies an estimated $200 billion in losses annually.

Medical Research

Centralizing the results of clinical trials and patient outcomes for new treatment protocols can improve care and patient outcomes. Currently, with all the diverse and disconnected systems in play, there is no way for a human to process all the data that is generated and recorded in disparate systems for future treatment possibilities. Blockchains could provide the access to make medical innovation quicker.

Data Security

With the growth of connected devices and the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT), existing health IT architecture is struggling to keep systems secure. Blockchain solutions have the potential to be the infrastructure that is needed to keep health data private and secure while reaping the benefits of connected medical devices.

Although blockchain technology is currently changing the healthcare industry, keep in mind this is a marathon, not a sprint. Healthcare organizations and entities are testing and vetting how blockchains can better support their operations while future applications will inevitably be discovered along the way. It will be an fascinating process to watch.

Claims and Billing Management

Medicare fraud caused more than $30 million in losses in the United States in 2016, and blockchain-based systems could help minimize it. In addition, it could reduce admin costs for billing by eliminating the need for intermediaries with automated activities and more efficient processing.

  • 10 Specialist Speaker
  • 200 Delegates
  • 15 Solution Provider
  • 04 Networking session

Endorsed By

  • IDACB