Blockchain technology addresses the trade-off between personalized care and operational costs by connecting the ecosystem to universal infrastructure. Shared infrastructure allows us to create global standards without compromising privacy and security.
Blockchain networks require building an inclusive ecosystem of connected companies and technologies. We’re partnering with industry leaders to take an industry-driven approach to application and infrastructure development.
Gem’s first partner in healthcare is Philips. Together we’re exploring how blockchain technology can support a patient centric approach to healthcare.
We partner with industry leaders to identify problems they want to solve for their network, and then we spin out a federated blockchain to support the pilot running on GemOS.
Limited capacity for partners and projects per pilot.
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Our platform creates new rails for connecting, exchanging and acting on critical data across an ecosystem.
Gem Health in the Press
Credit card and retail banking company Capital One revealed a handful of partnerships with several digital technology providers for its Treasury Management services — including a blockchain-based claims management solution for healthcare clients and another that uses new analytics processes to estimate healthcare patient costs.
Financial conglomerate Capital One is enhancing its Treasury Management Platform and focusing on healthcare applications by partnering with a host of digital technology providers, including blockchain specialists Gem.
Here are companies that debuted revenue cycle management products for healthcare providers in the last month.
The Linux Foundation’s Hyperledger project has announced the formation of Hyperledger Healthcare Working Group (HLHC Working Group) that will aim to house and foster technical and business-level conversations about appropriate applications for blockchain technology in the healthcare industry.
Gem, a leading blockchain platform provider, has announced a Revenue Cycle Management Pilot that runs on the Gem Health Network and also unveiled its core product GemOS, a flexible blockchain platform.
An Original Research White Paper by ARK Invest + Gem
Gem’s founder and CEO, Micah Winkelspecht, is bullish about blockchain and the potential to improve healthcare outcomes. A visionary who founded Gem in 2014, Winkelspecht launched Gem as a blockchain application platform to transform the way companies and industries connect to solve impossible problems. Gem is one of the few blockchain companies strategically positioned to accelerate healthcare outcomes, grounded by a foundational application platform.
Could distributed ledger technology solve some thorny interoperability problems?
Gem , a blockchain application platform announced that it has taken up the role of title sponsorship for a first-of-its-kind conference ‘Distributed: Health’ that will explore the edge of blockchain innovation in the healthcare industry.
On the bright side, blockchain could provide some relief to the ransomware problem, Micah Winkelspecht, founder and CEO of blockchain …