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Distributed Nov 14
has created no shortage of buzz in the enterprise space. Thomas Cox, executive director of the , and Myles Snider, CEO of , answered some of our most pressing questions about the project.
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Distributed Nov 13
Thank you for the awesome coverage!
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Bill Frist, M.D. Nov 13
Last week I had the honor of kicking off the conference in Nashville on the topic of and and it's implications for healthcare. My recap is here:
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Distributed Nov 13
To censor content that does not meet its guidelines, uses algorithms that can ban or demonetize content that may not actually violate its policies. But with technology entering the field, these issues could soon be a thing of the past.
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Distributed Nov 8
Increased scandals over improper data usage and hacking have highlighted the issues of control over the and its content. But there are solutions being worked on to oppose these challenges, with projects at the forefront.
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Distributed Nov 7
The third annual Distributed: Health concluded yesterday, leaving attendees with questions answered, use cases explored and connections made.
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Thomas Been Nov 5
Very proud that the and partnership reaches the next level. Not only are we empowering healthcare institutions with analytics, but now we're also allowing them to drive business value from
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Distributed Nov 6
“We know about the shift in [collection in ]," says of Health2047 during his keynote. “ gives us some abilities to understand how to use data.”
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Distributed Nov 6
Opening day two, 's recalls previous conferences: “2016, it was all about community building… 2017 was a lot of enterprise work... Now, in 2018 ... the shift that I’ve noticed is that the conversations are much more mature."
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nashtechcouncil Nov 5
So many questions at intersection of blockchain and healthcare regulations
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Distributed Nov 5
What makes the right industry for adoption? According to 's Corey Todaro (@hashedcorey) at : “Healthcare is inherently a multiparty industry but its business processes are too often isolated and repetitive.”
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Adel ElMessiry Nov 5
About to share the stand with prof. Larry Bridgesmit, and Shawnna Hoffman in the CLE session on interoperability at we need lots of education.
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Distributed Nov 5
Announcing a partnership with to build a platform for the industry at , 's Emily Vaughn () highlights its utility: "This is going to be a platform built by healthcare developers for healthcare developers."
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Distributed Nov 5
The key question that 's Kyle Culver, member of the Synaptic Health Alliance, asked before forming one strongest groups? “Is there value when we overlap the data that we wouldn’t be able to see without this collaboration?”
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Brian Kalis Nov 5
Hearing about the Synaptic Health Alliance - what it is and how it started - with ⁦⁩, ⁦⁩ and ⁦
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Distributed Nov 5
“[ systems are] not about a centralized data repository," says Jay Sales of VSP Global, during a blockchain basics panel. "It’s about giving access to distributed truth.”
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Distributed Nov 5
Before leaving the stage at , Sen. Bill First () offers some optimism: “Blockchain has the opportunity ... to address one of those basic needs of society, which is to make sure that our children have a better life, better health, than we have.”
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Distributed Nov 5
“Without access to current data, real data that can be trusted, that is privacy protected, that is distributed … we can’t make any real progress [on healthcare challenges]," — Bill Frist (),
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Distributed Nov 5
“Right now healthcare is ripe for disruption like no other industry," says Sen. Bill Frist (), opening . "The reason is, we have very very, very high cost ... and we have uneven access.”
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Distributed Nov 5
Welcome to Nashville! Hayley Hovious of the just kicked off with some Southern hospitality.
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