Jul 04, 2019 at 14:48
Health Science Students to Explore Blockchain
As the world continues to shift from analogue to digital, people have started to go for new innovations that are still unexploited. Now, the health science students from the University of New Haven are trying to explore blockchain technology to solve industry problems. Scientists are working with a giant healthcare firm to test how distributed ledger technology (DLT) could play a significant role to address challenges that are currently hitting the healthcare sector.
US Law Might Accelerate Blockchain Tech Adoption in Pharma Industry, DLT Will Track Drugs
Blockchain technology is mainly talked about in the context of the financial markets, but U.S law could enable it to become a requisite solution for the pharmaceutical sector as well. The Drug Supply Chain Security (DSCS) Act from 2013 constraints drug makers and supply chain offerers to batten tracking ways to shun the spread of fake drugs and fasten drug recalls.
ALLIVE, an Intelligent Healthcare Blockchain Ecosystem, Partners with Ontology
ALLIVE is an intelligent healthcare ecosystem based on blockchain technology. ALLIVE team was invited to the Ontology Mainnet Seoul Launch, during which they announced the partnership with Ontology. Mr. Eagle Zhang, co-founder and CTO of ALLIVE, discussed some of the problems plaguing the healthcare services industry and explained how ALLIVE can help tackle those issues in his speech.