IEEE Blockchain Groups - Americas Virtual Event

IEEE Americas Blockchain Seminar

 

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Agenda

Virtual Event • 21 October 2021 at 10am PT / 1pm ET

Speakers
Timothy K. Mackey, UC San Diego - A Framework for Assessing Blockchain Applications in Healthcare

Platforms/Infrastructure/Protocols
Enterprise Ethereum Alliance
Algorand
Hyperledger
Corda
DAML

Applications & Use Cases
Suzana Maranhão Moreno, BNDES

Panel: Web 3.0
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Speakers

Timothy K. MackeyTimothy K. Mackey

Tim Ken Mackey is a Professor of Global Health at the University of California, San Diego, the Global Health Policy and Data Institute, and also the CEO and co-founder of the S-3 Research LLC. He holds a BA in Political Science-International Relations, a Masters Degree in Health Policy & Law and also earned his PhD in Global Public Health from the joint doctoral program at UC San Diego - San Diego State University. His work focuses on an array of multidisciplinary topics in domestic and global public health and he has extensive professional experience including over 10 years experience in the private sector and acting as a consultant for the World Health Organization, the US Department of State and others. His research interests include big data, machine learning, data visualization and blockchain technology applications to public health challenges.

Abstract: A Framework for Assessing Blockchain Applications in Healthcare
Blockchain use cases in the healthcare industry are starting to mature and greater attention to the potential of the technology to address public health challenges, such as COVID-19, are also emerging. However, ensuring that blockchain applications are “fit-for-purpose” for the heavily regulated and complex industry of healthcare is easier said than done. In this presentation, we will discuss a framework for assessing blockchain applications in healthcare with a focus on business blockchains and design constructs. We will also discuss healthcare blockchain research use cases and also what blockchain approaches have been suggested for addressing the COVID-19 pandemic.