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Unleash the full power of blockchain in Healthcare 2020

Yash Rajan

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Unleash the full power of blockchain in Healthcare 2020
Source: Blockchain in Healthcare Symposium 2020

29th February 2020 in Abu Dhabi, could be your day of unleashing the full power of blockchain in healthcare, as it’s going to be the largest gathering of visionaries and change-makers in the blockchain industry who are focused exclusively on how blockchain can bring the revolution in the healthcare industry.

Blockchain in healthcare symposium 2020, convenes the resources necessary to drive systemic transformation and unleash the full power of blockchain in the healthcare industry.

Blockchain in Healthcare Symposium Event Overview

In the health care industry, there is a massive opportunity for a blockchain revolution to lead a digital transformation from medical records to pharmaceutical supply chains to smart contracts for payment distributions. There are plenty of opportunities to leverage this technology. Many healthcare companies are currently working on or have already released blockchain-based systems to improve healthcare for both professionals and patients.

According to a report by BIS RESEARCH The adoption of the blockchain technology could save the healthcare industry up to $100-$150 billion per year by 2025 in data breach-related costs, IT costs, operations costs, support function costs, and personnel costs.

Hence, Blockchain in the healthcare Symposium offers healthcare professionals an opportunity to understand how blockchain technology can harness the capabilities in healthcare by consuming the knowledge from blockchain experts, who are striving hard to make blockchain a valuable tool for the healthcare industry.

What brings blockchain in healthcare?

Every day, the healthcare industry is generating new data – medical records, laboratory test results, billing, clinical trials, remote monitoring, and other sources that are often trapped in isolated databases.

Blockchain can harness the data stream to improve quality of care provided by streamlining the sharing of medical records, protecting sensitive data from hackers, and giving patients more control over their information.

Blockchain in Healthcare symposium 2020 welcomes

Government, regulators, healthcare investors, doctors, university, Chief Innovation Officer, Chief Medical officer, Chief Information Security Officer [CISO], IT heads, blockchain enthusiasts, pharma companies, occupational safety, hospitals, crypto investors, blockchain start-ups within healthcare sector, those implementing healthcare strategy, medical students, healthcare service providers, healthcare innovators & technologists, pharmaceutical manufacturing and distribution, health Information Technology.

Why you shouldn’t miss this opportunity?

Blockchain in Healthcare Symposium 2020 will strive to offer plenty of networking opportunities, providing you with the opportunity to meet and interact with the leading blockchain experts, enthusiasts, friends, colleagues as well as sponsors and exhibitors from all over the globe.

Blockchain in Healthcare Symposium 2020 will be a platform to gain in-depth knowledge on how blockchain can leverage the healthcare industry in the present & future.

We invite all the health care professionals to be a part of Blockchain in Healthcare Symposium on 29th February 2020 in Abu Dhabi, to unlock the buzzword of “blockchain” in the health care industry.

To stay abreast of the progress of the event, Blockchain in Healthcare Symposium through social media channels – Facebook, Twitter, LinkedInInstagram.

Early bird tickets are live now, Check out event website for more details, click here.

For speaking and sponsorship opportunities please contact us on our official email address: info@blockchaininhealthcare.co

Disclaimer: This is a partnered event.

A Biomedical engineering graduate, Yash focuses on UK and Indian markets. As a crypto-journalist, his interests lie in blockchain technology adoption across emerging economies.

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