Date

9th May 2018

Location

Conard Dubai

Remaining

103 Tickets

Speakers

24 Professional Speakers

Blockchain In Healthcare Healthcare Innovation Through Blockchain

Blockchain in healthcare conference is the first of its kind and the only conference in MEA region bringing together the world class innovators, technology leaders, cutting-edge products and solutions, and unique networking opportunities you need to solve your biggest health tech challenges – all at one time, all in one place.

It is official; blockchain in healthcare has arrived but the trajectory it will follow in the coming years is an unmapped territory waiting to be explored. Wall Street has invested heavily over the past two years in Fintech startups and industry-wide collaborations to modernize the banking sector. In healthcare we are beginning to see startups in this new space and more health IT vendors beginning to research the potential impact, building pilots and strategizing on opportunities that blockchain may present in the future. The Blockchain in Healthcare Conference will offer the opportunity to hear practitioners and researchers who are actively involved in developing blockchain technologies and share their visions and experiences.

The Blockchain in Healthcare Conference is a grest opportunity to meet, network and learn from the best of best in DLT.

Event Speakers / meet with greaters

Osama Alswailem

CIO at King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre

Dr. Amar Hijazi

IT Director at King khaled Eye Specialist Hospital

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WHO SHOULD ATTEND

The Blockchain in Healthcare Summit is being meticulously produced to further the education of organizations involved in:

  • Healthcare provision
  • Insurance
  • Pharmaceutical manufacturing and distribution
  • Medical devices
  • Health Technology
  • Investment
  • Regulation

Synopsis

  • +20 presentations from expert speakers
  • +7 hours of dedicated networking time
  • 3 expert-led roundtable discussions
  • Panel discussions and interactive Q&A

THE CONFERENCE AGENDA WILL FOCUS ON

  • Regulation and standards for blockchain; the role of government in promoting the use of blockchain
  • The Hyperledger Project and intra-industry collaboration
  • Strategies for accelerating the development of a blockchain ecosystem, including the role of consortia, working groups and standards bodies
  • Lessons that healthcare can learn from other industries’ use of blockchain
  • Blockchains as platforms
  • Blockchain and IoT in healthcare
  • Blockchain applications for identity management
  • Pharma applications of blockchain, including supply chain management
  • Using blockchain to facilitate health information exchange and interoperability
  • Precision medicine and blockchain
  • Building a patient-centered health IT infrastructure using blockchain

Event Price list / perfect price for event

Expo

$149

Only Expo

Healthcare Professionals

$349 USD

2 Days Full Conference Pass

Solution Provider & Consultants

$699

2 Days Full Conference Pass

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