Emerging Tech| August 27, 2019
[Podcast] Will blockchain allow patients to access healthcare services anywhere, any time? One CEO thinks so!
Zain Rana, the CEO of Pharmeum, joins the podcast in this episode.
Pharmeum claims to be the first blockchain company in artificial intelligence solutions for healthcare.
Zain tells us that Pharmeum is trying to create a more intelligent healthcare system.
By doing so, patients will be able to access healthcare more affordably through their smartphone anywhere in the world.
He educates us on why blockchain is useful in this application. Doctors often face challenges when identifying patients on a global level. Furthermore, accessing and transferring patient records is another difficult task. Zain discusses how blockchain can make both of these processes much easier.
Listen to the podcast to learn about:
How Pharmeum works and who it is intended for Medical errors that can be reduced by using Pharmeum
- The application of blockchain in this use case
- The steps to become a part of the Pharmeum network
- Information blocking and patient identification
- Algorithms that Pharmeum is utilizing
- Sources of collecting patient data Pharmeum’s push for change in the healthcare industry
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