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Blockchain is being put forward as a new means to potentially help solve interoperability challenges in healthcare.
Quest Diagnostics, a public clinical laboratory service provider with a revenue of $7.5 billion in 2015, lost 34,000 sets of valuable client information in a major hacking attack, announcing an investigation into the attack on December 12. During the data security incident, Quest Diagnostics admitted that the name, date of birth, lab results and telephone numbers of its clients were stolen.
A new Deloitte report shows 35% of surveyed healthcare and life sciences organizations plan to deploy blockchain technology in the coming year, outpacing blockchain adoption in other industries.
Game theory is the science of strategy. A branch of mathematics and economics that explores strategic situations across multiple stakeholders with different goals, whose actions can affect one another. Pioneering companies are changing the game with blockchain technologies. The new game of consumer interactions redefines transparency, immutability and security across industries.
Today we are showcasing why you should want to work for Gem – a company that builds blockchain operating systems with projects in healthcare, supply chain management, and insurance.
Identity is a universal problem inherent in all technology. Be it banking, healthcare, national security, online retailing or walking into a bar, identity authentication and authorization is a process intricately woven into commerce and culture worldwide.
The disruptive nature of blockchain technology is easy for people to conceptualize in the field of finance. T+3 interferes in traders being able to maximize earnings – payments shouldn’t take days to process while an email can be sent in seconds. As the first use case in many to come, finance is a perfect use for the blockchain.
For a technology that’s still in its comparative youth, blockchain has become incredibly influential, incredibly quickly. In August, the World Economic Forum released a report calling blockchain technology a “mega-trend” that will shape society in the next decade. Indeed, the WEF predicts that blockchains could store as much as 10% of global GDP by 2027.
The seed of FinTech innovation often comes from a desire to do things differently. In B2B payments, that can mean discontent in the way traditional banks and FIs do business or a need for disruptive technologies to come to market faster than banks can offer.
Gem CEO Micah Winkelspecht explains.