How does the alliance introduce block-chain technology into the health care industry?


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nWall Street’s investment and attention to the chain chain start-up companies are at the forefront, and it is not difficult to expect the health care industry to follow.n
nSome of the chain-chain companies that have developed in the field of financial technology can also provide medical and health applications. It may be said that the focus of these applications is to improve the identity management system of the health care industry. Increasing data leaks over the past few years, medical and health information technology, of course, need to find better data theft protection measures. Interoperability and safety of modern medical needs is also the most important.n
nBlock-chain technology can provide a solution to these problems, but the technology alone is not enough to support the implementation of innovation.n
nThe key is cooperationn
nBeginning in 2017, multiple conferences are committed to fostering professional and technical talent to promote intra-industry collaboration in the chain sector, such as the HIMSS17 and the Healthcare Blockchain Summit.n
nEach conference speaker shared the current status of experience, vision and block chain technology in the field of health care. In general, it is currently certain that the challenge of successfully using block-chain technology in existing medical data systems is not a technical factor in the solution, but a human factor.n
nKaiser Permanente medical assistant, chief medical information officer John Mattison at HIMSS17 asked, “So why so much speculation, but rarely implemented?” Because it lies in trust, not technology. “n
nMattison refers to the bitterness and block chains that existed before the medical field had long existed for the industry dilemma. Block chain or medical and large-scale technological innovation requires the cooperation of competitors and the exchange of public and private sectors in order to achieve the transformation of the industry.n
nMattison said the alliance concept is a way for the block chain to overcome its real obstacles. In fact, he called it “trust the foundation”. He used the R3 alliance as an example, talking about the alliance’s early difficult decision to control the partner’s course, to prove the industry and the cross-industry trust to build the difficulty.n
n”Even if you can let people cooperate, but can not guarantee that those who have always been competitors who will not secretly apply for technical patents, to maintain its competitive advantage.”n
nJohn Bass, the founder and CEO of Hashed Health, is the leader of the group meeting, “Distributed: Markets conference on consensus models and industry collaboration”. In addition to Bass, the group members include Chamber of Digital Commerce Chairman Perianne Boring, RGA Vice Chairman and Studio Design Director Farronn
nBlanc, Bitfury Executive Director, Global Blockchain Business Council Mercina Tillemann-Dick. There are many topics of the group meeting, from the Estonian government to the use of block-chain technology to the US government regulatory problems and how the block chain to eliminate the threat of survival. But no doubt some of the themes around the importance of the Union.n
nThere are currently more than 100 different alliances. Cheerful from the majority of the financial sector, but also emerged in the goods, insurance, medical field, supervision is also increasing. Private chain (central) and public chain (to the center) to bring technical supervision on both sides, in the middle of the alliance model needs to trust and communication to achieve block chain applications and network success.n
n”There is no participant network, the block chain and the distributed book project are just academic activities,” Bass said. “The alliance is working to promote a collaborative network that drives the project from concept to successful commercialization.”n

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