Within a blockchain’s secure and controlled environment, healthcare participants confidently record and validate information, guaranteeing transparency, reliability, and interoperability.
Blockchain, with its inherent trust mechanisms, ensures only authorised participants contribute to the network, significantly enhancing security, data privacy, and regulatory compliance.
Permissioned blockchains are central to preserving data integrity, offering a secure foundation for recording, storing, and managing transactions or data while promoting interoperability.
Blockchain’s secure identity storage and verification processes fortify identity credentialing, maintaining data integrity, privacy, and promoting interoperability.
In alignment with our mission, we prioritise interoperability, which is the seamless exchange of healthcare data and the foundation of modern healthcare systems. As we define interoperability, we also acknowledge the significance of the National Information Board Interoperability Strategy, which guides our approach.
Through blockchain utilisation, we streamline value transfers within our ecosystem, enhancing efficiency and security to the benefit of patients and healthcare professionals.