Wednesday, January 31st we close out the first Month in 2018 with a roundtable conversation of blockchain applications for the 3 trillion plus healthcare ecosystem.
Transaction intensive and ripe with security, portability, affordabiity, access and quality issues via both siloed and centralized databases whether legacy server hosted or more recently via the cloud, the healthcare space seems a likely candidate for disruption given the promise or ‘hype of its disintermediation upside.
In this session we'll explore blockchain technologies’ upside potential and attempt to vet the signal from the noise.
My guests include: Ted Tanner, Jr., co-founder and CTO of PokitDok, Dan Munro, a writer who lives outside of Phoenix, Arizona. He is authored and writes about technology, cybersecurity, and policy for a variety of online and print publications, and Tatyana Kanzaveli, investor, entrepreneur, CEO Open Health, TEDxBayArea organizer, creative thinker who likes technologies,cooking, hiking chess, arts, good people and wine!