The solution offers a means of storing patient data on the blockchain, giving users control over how their medical information is used and accessed by clinics and other third parties, as well as ensuring redundancy in the case of data loss by individual organizations.
Patient data (medical records, test results, vaccination information, etc.) is stored in medical institutions’ local IT systems. Patients have no access to it and cannot control the accuracy of data processing and storage, or how it is released to third parties.
In case of an IT system failure, patient data can be irretrievably lost.
In addition, data exchange between medical systems is a labor-intensive process that is also insecure in terms of data confidentiality.
Reduced system integration costs for medical institutions thanks to the use of a single interface for accessing the blockchain. Reducing the costs of clinical research based on anonymized patient data.