BlockInterop Team participates in Future Blockchain Summit
The Block Health Summit hosted by Patientory Association, was held on April 1–3 at the Dubai World Trade Center.
Blockchain Technology has the potential to transform healthcare, placing the patient at the center of the healthcare ecosystem and increasing the security, privacy, and interoperability of health data. Blockchain for healthcare is getting more attention in recent months than in the past. We are now at a point where the healthcare industry is beginning to look at the benefits of incorporating blockchain technology for both the security and sharing of data.
A blockchain powered health information exchange could unlock the true value of interoperability. Blockchain-based systems have the potential to reduce or eliminate the friction and costs of current intermediaries.
The BlockInterop Team participated in the BlockHealth Summit hosted by Patientory Association. We were thrilled to be a part of this event and honored to share our expertise on how blockchain is making a positive transformation in the healthcare sector.
BlockInterop CEO Gina Malak was one of the featured panelists on Health Data Integration and the Blockchain. Gina talked about the benefits of incorporating blockchain technology as a platform for efficiencies among ancillary healthcare systems. She also discussed how BlockInterop is developing solutions that will contribute to decentralizing ancillary healthcare systems while still maintaining compliance, privacy and security.
“Blockchain technology and its ecosystems is revolutionizing the business of healthcare data by increasing interoperability, security, trust, and traceability. At BlockInterop, we aim to decentralize ancillary healthcare systems by utilizing Blockchain Technology as an effective sustainable solution. We are proud healthcare solution providers and are excited about contributing to the thriving global enthusiasm of Blockchain.” — N. Gina Malak, CEO — BlockInterop, Inc.
The BlockInterop Team toured several hospitals throughout Dubai and obtained feedback from staff regarding some of the technological goals for efficiency and interoperability. We were thrilled to be a part of the tour and look forward to continued collaboration with the Dubai Health Authority.
BlockInterop is an ehealth DApp Solutions Provider. We will create interoperability applications that will be utilized across eHealth ecosystems to provide efficiencies for both the patient and providers.
Come check out more and join the advanced healthcare economy of the future as we apply blockchain as an innovation technology.
BlockInterop formally changed its name to Correlate Health in January 2020.