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The Pharma Supply Blockchain Forum is the first in a series of transformative events presenting a non-biased, educational program with the goal of developing a roadmap for advancing adoption of blockchain technology in the pharmaceutical enterprise. Throughout this Forum participants get a comprehensive understanding of the benefits and challenges of employing a blockchain solution on the pharmaceutical supply chain. The educational program of the forum addresses the challenges and opportunities of blockchain in three thematic areas:
- Benefits (optimization, security, trust, collaboration, integrity, transparency, revenue growth)
- Outstanding questions (privacy, cost, compliance, integration of emerging technologies)
- People (patients, partners, and payers)
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- Smart Contracts for the Supply Chain
- The Legal Side of Smart Contracts
- Maintaining Control and Data Governance with Blockchain
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The first Pharma Supply Blockchain Forum took place on 6 June 2017 on the campus of John Hopkins University in Rockville, MD. The Forum welcomed the perfect blend of pharma supply chain professionals across multiple disciplines who were eager to get the most current information on the technology, progress on use cases, and share their questions and consideration around this emerging technology.
Attending companies included:
Amerisourcebergen, Amgen, Blockchain Healthcare Review, Business Chain Insights, C3-Carey Consultants, LLC, Center for Supply Chain Studies, Deloitte Consulting, Dyadis LLC, FDA, IBM, IEEE Spectrum, Intel, John Snow, Inc., Johnson and Johnson, KPIT, MaCT, Merck, Peer Ledger, Pfizer, Inc., Pharmaceutical Commerce, Rocky Mountain Technical Consulting, Rx-360, SAFE-BioPharma, Steptoe & Johnson LLP, T-Systems North America, The LinkLab, TraceLink, UC San Diego, Unisys, Univ. of Connecticut, Univ. of Maryland, US Pharmacopeia, VA Maryland Health Care System
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We are currently in development of our next program exploring blockchain applications within the pharmaceutical enterprise. If you are interested in participating or want to stay current on these type of program developments, join our Blockchain for Pharma Interest List.