System transformation with ASTERI Blockchain
Healthcare with ASTERI Blockchain
Change the way your ecosystem ensures trust, data security and improve patient care efficiency.
Blockchain will transform healthcare enterprises and increase the quality of care by enabling new ecosystems and new business models to evolve. Healthcare information stored on a blockchain can change the way you store clinical information as well as how you share information within your organization, with healthcare partners, payers – and, most importantly – with patients.
Blockchain decentralizes healthcare information, increasing data availability, efficiency, transparency, and trust — but it also requires careful planning to make the most of the advantages it brings. The blockchain ASTERI infrastructure is helping to build enterprises with a reliable platform for immediate and long-term business solutions.
Furthermore, ASTERI Blockchain can provide a bridge between your existing legacy applications and the latest technological infrastructures that were unavailable until now.
Patient Consent and Health Data Exchange
Disparate record-keeping systems can result in patient consent forms and medical histories that are incomplete, conflicting, or ambiguous.
Blockchain-stored records can be used to provide complete longitudinal health records for individuals, giving all patients more control over their information through verifiable consent. With blockchain, every patient record reflects the best-known medical facts — from genomics data to diagnostic medical imaging — and can be reliably transferred when needed, with no need for a central gatekeeper.
Clinical trial management
Clinical trial management generates mountains of data, requiring healthcare administrators to keep reliable, consistent records for peer review and to meet regulatory requirements.
Blockchain tools, in concert with an electronic data capture (EDC), can allow clinical data to be automatically aggregated, replicated, and distributed among researchers and practitioners with greater auditability, provenance tracking, and control compared to complicated, conventional systems.
Quantifying the worth of medical care is complicated. Accounting for the real costs of all aspects of healthcare can frustrate providers and patients alike.
Blockchain-backed, outcome-based contracts tie clinical outcomes to costs. Providers ranging from pharmacies to hospitals can offer healthcare to consumers with a fee-for-value model instead of fee-for-services, and reduce the complexity of records.