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Challenges & Opportunities for Blockchain Powered Healthcare Systems: A Review

@inproceedings{Rabah2017ChallengesO,
  title={Challenges \& Opportunities for Blockchain Powered Healthcare Systems: A Review},
  author={K. Rabah},
  year={2017}
}
Blockchain, the technology that began with Bitcoin in 2009, today promises to provide the safe, interoperable sharing of real-time data between providers, payers and patients in the healthcare industry. Majorly, blockchain's automated data verification capabilities, in particular, are able to resolve many of the trust issues regarding pulling data from disparate sources. Applications of the technology in healthcare shows promise for solving issues such as its used in EHR distribution of data… Expand
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