Blockchain Insurance use cases and successful strategies for making Blockchain use cases a reality. This session provides a critical discussion covering the realities of identifying and prioritizing use cases, as well as challenges to finding internal champions.
While doctors, patients and insurance payers desire a digital and consolidated patient record, the framework required to accomplish this does not exist yet. A blockchain can be a catalog, that is public, full of health records that reference medical devices, fitness, databases, mobile phones, and laptops. It can be used to connect every healthcare provider, patient, and payer to a public, yet secure network. These users would be able to trust the blockchain framework in the context of healthcare because it would take the integrity of the data exchange and automate it. For insurance payers, doing so would vastly increase the transparency, speed and reliability of claims management, all of which will be detailed in this presentation.
How Blockchain 2.0 will transform the entire insurance industry with its distributed ledgers delivering smart contracts, big data and the internet of everything.
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