This symposium will give you a head start on the blockchain technology with some latest information on why is Dubai so excited about it ?
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Dr. Osama Elhassan
Head of eHealth section at Dubai Health Authority (DHA)
Dr. Shabeer Nellikode
Founder and Managing Director, Universal Hospitals - UAE
Dr. Zakiuddin Ahmed
CEO – Digital Care
Dr. Ayesha Al Mutawa
Chief Innovation Officer, Strategy and future Shaping advisor, Ministry of Health & Prevention UAE
Dr. Immanuel Azaad Moonesar R.D
Assistant Professor of Health Policy at the Mohammed Bin Rashid School of Government
Paul J. Epping, MSc
Principal Consultant Healthcare Transformation Services Philips Healthcare
Dr. Ruchi Dass
Executive Director of HealthCursor Consulting Group
Dr. Mussaad M. Al-Razouki
Chief Business Development Officer (CBDO), Kuwait Life Science
Waleed Saeed Al Dhuhoori
Head of Application Development section - Dubai Health Authority (DHA)
Blockchain Specialist and Trainer
CEO - Quanterium Blockchain Solutions
Ahmed Salman Al Bader
Co-Founder and CEO, Sihatech.com
Co-Founder and CEO of Nabta Health
CEO, BEAT Limited
Dr. Ash Kumar (MD, MBA)
Co-founder & Chief Scientific Officer , Lucidium
Varun N Panjwani
CEO - Media Plus Services PTE Ltd
Who Should Attend
Pharmaceutical manufacturing and distribution
Life science companies
Genomics/personalized medicine related companies
Digital health companies
Why should you attend?
Understand Blockchain technology and its potential in healthcare
Harness the potential influence of blockchain on Data and Identify verification
Assess where to from here by anticipating trends and capturing future opportunity
To understand the network with Blockchain innovation and strategists
The greatest opportunity to healthcare industry in securing the data
A new potential way to improve the intelligence in healthcare system
The blockchain transformation and collaboration to modernize the healthcare realm
A platform to improve the quality of business development
Who Should Attend
Blockchain in Healthcare Symposium
Blockchain could help reduce the counterfeit drug implications that currently cost pharmaceutical companies an estimated $200 billion in losses annually.
Centralizing the results of clinical trials and patient outcomes for new treatment protocols can improve care and patient outcomes. Currently, with all the diverse and disconnected systems in play, there is no way for a human to process all the data that is generated and recorded in disparate systems for future treatment possibilities. Blockchains could provide the access to make medical innovation quicker.
With the growth of connected devices and the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT), existing health IT architecture is struggling to keep systems secure. Blockchain solutions have the potential to be the infrastructure that is needed to keep health data private and secure while reaping the benefits of connected medical devices.
Although blockchain technology is currently changing the healthcare industry, keep in mind this is a marathon, not a sprint. Healthcare organizations and entities are testing and vetting how blockchains can better support their operations while future applications will inevitably be discovered along the way. It will be an fascinating process to watch.
Medicare fraud caused more than $30 million in losses in the United States in 2016, and blockchain-based systems could help minimize it. In addition, it could reduce admin costs for billing by eliminating the need for intermediaries with automated activities and more efficient processing.