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2.Current challenge with EHR

Improving care coordination and the patient experience starts with the best capture & share of patient-level data. To do that, it requires the ability to unify the patient records across multiple health systems and disconnected EHRs. Can we create the healthcare future that puts the consumer back at its center? One that put right the industry’s current hurdles with EHRs, one that gives consumers control of their healthcare data and incentivises good health. One that fixes the terms of privacy, security, and data analytics – highlighting the need for a better, more complete solution that supports advanced predictive models for EHRs'. A blockchain-based EHR platform delivers distinct, yet interconnected advantages to all involved stakeholders across the healthcare ecosystem. Let's see how.

Create a system of trust

Business benefits of blockchain-based EHR platform

Encrypt medical data and ensure the privacy of healthcare information


Enhanced security – encrypt electronic patient records, protect them from being hacked and preserve the anonymity of individual patients


Cost efficiency – smart contracts enable automated blockchain transactions to improve data integrity and lower administrative costs


Authentication – manage identities and permissions for authentication, including the ability to verify identity attributes without divulging sensitive information of patients


Neutral and equal – no one company or individual owns the blockchain, encouraging trustworthiness and longevity of the system


Confidentiality – strong collaboration between organizations can occur without sharing sensitive information, e.g. individual medical records


​​Traceability – An immutable record of all transactions can reduce fraud and protect against liability


Slow and costly patient journeys through today’s healthcare system


How can blockchain enable the new ecosystem?

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