Enterprise Blockchain for Healthcare

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This course, provided in collaboration with IEEE Blockchain, an IEEE Future Directions initiative, reviews blockchain applicability to healthcare data and the current industry adoption of blockchain from startup ICOs to enterprise use cases. Blockchain for Healthcare Data storage and ID is a complicated topic which is unpacked in this enterprise-level module.  This course starts with patient identification and continues through personally identifiable information and onto clinical data.

What you will learn:

  • Describe the opportunities and challenges associated with the convergence of blockchain technology and healthcare
  • Discuss the outlook for the future of blockchain and healthcare

This course is part of the following course program:

Enterprise Blockchain for Healthcare, IoT, Energy and Supply Chain

Courses included in this program

Who should attend: Electrical engineer, Design engineer, Systems engineer, Product engineer, Computer engineer, software, Lead engineer, Project engineer, QA/quality engineer, DevOps engineer, AI/ML engineer, Data engineer, Security engineer


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Edward Bukstel

Edward Bukstel is CEO of Clinical Blockchain LLC. He has 30 years of clinical data integration, data security, and communications experience. He has successfully licensed systems and services to companies, including international pharmaceutical and managed care organizations. Mr. Bukstel was a founding member of the ASTM E1238 Standard that became integrated into HL7. He has been a national speaker on electronic data interchange and has been a guest lecturer at The Wharton Business School. Mr. Bukstel has written extensively on Blockchain and Healthcare and founded Clinical Blockchain LLC in 2016 to address Patient-Doctor Messaging on a Blockchain Platform.

Publication Year: 2019

ISBN: 978-1-5386-8576-1

Enterprise Blockchain for Healthcare
  • Course Provider: Educational Activities
  • Course Number: EDP554
  • Duration (Hours): 1
  • Credits: 0.1 CEU/ 1 PDH