The Delaware Medical Society, formed in 1776, intends to use the technology of blockchain in the preliminary authorization process for health care providers and medical insurers, as well as for the creation, storage and transfer of patient records that insurers and health professionals can contact.
The medical technological startup Medscient will become a partner of the project. This company is already using the technology on the start-up Symbiont blockchain basis for its own work.
“We are confident that this proof of the concept will not only eliminate specific gaps in our activities, but will also become the basis for streamlining other administrative health issues,” said Andrew Dahlke, vice president of the Delaware Medical Society.
Participants of the project are planning to share their experience in the framework of the upcoming Medicaid Enterprise Systems conference, which will take place in Baltimore, Maryland.
The State of Illinois is launching a pilot project, focused on the use of blockage in the process of medical licensing.
At the moment, thanks to Delaware Blockchain Initiatic, the staff collaborates with Hashed Health, which uses Blockchain technology in medical applications to simplify the process of issuing and tracking medical licenses.
The project involves planning the license register creation and a system for sharing accounts on the block, where “clever contracts” automatically update the information. The main aim of this project is to create an authentic and transparent records chain for patients and health care providers.