Patient data is sensitive, personal and confidential. However, it’s often stored and spread across different facilities and providers, resulting in inefficient processes.
Blockchain technology, on the other hand, can securely store and encrypt patient data, as well as automatically updating it across multiple locations, addressing inefficient practices and preventing data breaches.
By adopting blockchain technology into daily operations, any healthcare organisation can improve its processes and reduce its legal risk.
Better patient data management and sharing, payment efficiency, data security and electronic health records are just a few reasons to join the blockchain revolution.
Although there are some privacy and operational challenges, blockchain has immense potential to transform the healthcare industry.