Enterprise Blockchain for Healthcare, IoT, Energy and Supply Chain 

  • Course Program

This course program, provided in collaboration with IEEE Blockchain, an IEEE Future Directions initiative, takes the learner on a journey exploring blockchain applications and impact to industries focusing on the verticals of healthcare, internet of things, grid modernization (energy), and supply chain. In order for organizations to successfully understand and implement emerging uses for blockchain, it’s imperative to gain technical insight into this technology.

What you will learn:

  • How and where blockchain will impact corporations
  • Blockchain models and underlying technological advantages
  • How blockchain for energy works, key drivers of adoption
  • Blockchain applicability to healthcare data
  • Convergence, opportunities, use cases for IoT
  • Adopting blockchain for supply chain use

Courses included in this program

Course Program Length: 5 hours

Program Level: Intermediate

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


Steve Derezinski, Consultant with major corporations on blockchain strategy and new blockchain ventures

Claudio Lima, Industry thought leader and entrepreneur in Advanced Digital Transformation and co-founder of the Blockchain Engineering Council, or BEC

Edward Bukstel, CCEO, Clinical Blockchain LLC

Joseph Francis, Accenture Consulting’s Communications, Media and Technology Practice

David Fragale, COO Arwen

Nancy Ranxing Li, Product Manager of Edge Computing and Blockchain at Verizon

Publication Year: 2019


Enterprise Blockchain for Healthcare, IoT, Energy and Supply Chain 
  • Course Provider: Educational Activities
  • Course Number: EDP563CP
  • Credits: 0.5 CEU/ 5 PDH