What your organisation can expect:
Blockchain has the potential to transform the way in which the healthcare sector operates – with implications for health records, medical credentials, pharmaceuticals and more.
The Blockchain in Healthcare Summit will be the first of its kind, bringing together innovators and technology leaders from the health and aged care industries to discuss how the blockchain can be leveraged to create competitive advantage, increase security and revolutionize the way healthcare services are provided.
“Blockchain isn’t just limited to people in IT departments, blockchain’s features mean that whole new ways of providing more efficient treatment will be opened up."
Alexandra Sims, Associate Professor and Head of Department of Commercial Law, University of Auckland
Identifying opportunities where blockchain can transform healthcare:
- Using the technology for Payment processes to improve efficiency and reduce costs
- Utilising it in the field of supply chain management to ensure authenticity of products and limit the emergence of counterfeit pharmaceuticals
- Understanding how it may be used for identity management
- Solving issues around data sharing, privacy and interoperability
The Blockchain in Healthcare Summit has been designed for those looking to strategically develop or implement blockchain technologies in healthcare. They will come from healthcare specific industries, including private and public hospitals, public and private aged care, hospital operators/owners, pharmaceutical companies, government health departments, health insurance providers, health associations and law firms, with job titles including:
- Service Delivery
- Health Information
- Technology Development
- Supply Chain
- Process Improvement Manager
- Risk Management
- Strategy and Planning
- Policy and Service Reform
- Health Strategy and Performance