F020 Blockchain, value of data, and the role of legislation with adoption (Ray Dogum, Health Unchained)
An update on the current landscape of healthcare blockchain projects, when can we expect practical implications, what the role of legislation will be, and how genomics research, AI and blockchain make a good combination. Intrigued? Listen to Ray Dogum – the host of Health Unchained – podcast focused on blockchain projects and implementation in healthcare. His background is in Health Sector Management and currently is a project manager at American Well, a telehealth company in Boston.
More on blockchain in healthcare:
If you’re a regular listener of this show, you’ve heard quite a few episodes on blockchain in healthcare by now – The basics of what blockchain technology is and how it could be used in healthcare, misconceptions around blockchain, and it’s actual potential around interoperability, I recorded a panel at SXSW where various speakers talked about blockchain in pharma, personal health records and identity management with blockchain.
Here are the direct links to the episodes:
Episode 14 of Medicine today on digital health – What is blockchain and how fast could it be applied in healthcare:
Episode 23 of Medicine today on digital health – Misconceptions about blockchain:
F007 The hype and the hope around blockchain (SXSW panel discussion):
F008 How do sex, blockchain and medical anthropology go together:
Unity Stoakes interviews:
From the StartupHealth Festival, with Esther Dyson and Steven Krein: https://medium.com/faces-of-digital-health/f-002-is-it-possible-to-to-improve-the-health-and-wellbeing-of-everyone-in-the-world-9f37553371d5
Episode 003 of Medicine today on digital health – How did a digital health vision end up in the oval office