Posted 29th May 2019 by Joshua Sewell
Manuela Maria Schöner, part of the Corporate Strategy & Consulting division at Boehringer Ingelheim, spoke to us recently about her work with blockchain. She described her perspective on the use of data in the industry, and how Blockchain could become a key tool in meeting the needs of the primary stakeholders: patients.
Posted 22nd May 2019 by Joshua Sewell
In my previous post, I discussed the likely applications of Blockchain technology in the short, medium, and long-term future. These applications follow on from the key strategic priorities necessitated by the healthcare industry’s trend towards digital decentralized care delivery models.
Posted 15th May 2019 by Joshua Sewell
The first topic I worked on that combined Blockchain and healthcare was the project I’m going to talk about at the Blockchain in Healthcare Congress. It was commissioned by the Finnish government, looking at how blockchain technology and Smart Contracts could help in a planned governmental social and healthcare reform.
Posted 1st May 2019 by Joshua Sewell
Blockchain technology is still in its nascency in the healthcare industry. At Frost & Sullivan, we do research and consulting for leading pharmaceutical and diagnostic companies, and the digital solution vendors that are providing Blockchain solutions to end-users.
Posted 4th March 2019 by Joshua Sewell
Application of blockchain is no longer a concept known only to a few industries. What started with cryptocurrency in 2009 has come a long way since. Its capability for secure transactions has enabled it to find potential in industries such as banking where security is one of key concerns when it comes to digital transformation. Healthcare industry leaders are also waking up to this call and are now exploring ways to embrace the technology owing to the multiple possible use cases for the industry.
Posted 1st February 2019 by Joshua Sewell
We are lucky to be living in the middle of the digital revolution. Our access to information, products, and ability to change platforms and paradigms has never been better. Professionals shaping the digital revolution in pharmaceuticals and health care moved the leading edge further forward at the 2nd Global Pharma R&D Informatics and AI Congress.
Posted 4th April 2018 by Jane Williams
It might surprise a lot of people to learn that standards can be viewed as a tool to support innovation, to set businesses free and to focus on the core of their product where their expertise lie. When working with the use of electronic communication systems within the entire healthcare sector, the main focal point is often ensuring a good support for collaboration and work processes.