May 2019 | 70 pages
Get a bird’s eye-view of the present and future state of blockchain healthcare applications, investment and innovations trends, and outlook for the future
Blockchain impact on medical data management, clinical trials, drug development, data security, and supply chain management
Current and forecasted blockchain projects in the healthcare industry
Medical and health records: Key startups and how they operate (with case study)
Counterfeit drugs prevention: Key startups and how they operate (with case study)
Clinical trials: Key startups and how they operate (with case study)
Billing and claims management: Key startups and how they operate (with case study)
Alipay’s China success story and the template for global healthcare blockchain rollout
An overview of the Synaptic Health Alliance and what it means for payers, providers, patients and the industry as a whole
Company profiles of the top 8 blockchain healthcare startups
Company profiles of 9 key healthcare-specific blockchain innovators
In the face of rising medical costs, data breaches, claims-related frauds, and counterfeit drugs, a number of organizations are betting on blockchain to bring greater transparency and cost-effectiveness to the healthcare industry. Blockchain startups, technology leaders as well as healthcare solution providers have joined forces to address age-old challenges and are creating new business models in the process. While governmental stance on the use of blockchain-enabled healthcare solutions is largely unclear in most countries, policies on health insurance, medicaid expansion, health information exchange (HIE), among others, have been favorable in this direction.
At present, a majority of market players are focused on developing blockchain solutions in segments like medical and health records, supply chain management, clinical trials, and billing and claims management. As tech companies continue to innovate healthcare-specific blockchain solutions, the industry is expected to witness significant development of decentralized patient records as a platform (dApp), which will offer ease of access and universal identities to patients.
This report takes a closer look at the uses cases, startups, pilot projects, and innovation trends to understand where the industry lies in the blockchain adoption life cycle and what changes to expect by 2028-30.
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Blockchain Impact
Chapter 3: Blockchain Healthcare: Key Enablers & Challenges
Chapter 4: Adoption of Blockchain in Healthcare
Chapter 5: Healthcare Industry: Frontrunners’ Strategies
Chapter 6: Blockchain-Enabled Healthcare – Regional Adoption
Chapter 7: Blockchain Healthcare Startup Ecosystem
Chapter 8: Key Innovators
Chapter 9: Future Roadmap