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塞浦路斯医院采用来自VeChain的区块链医疗数据解决方案

2020-5-21 12:17

 

上周末,区块链公司VeChain宣布与塞浦路斯I-Dante合作建立了区块链医疗数据管理平台。这个名为E-NewHealthLife的平台将由塞浦路斯地中海医院使用,使患者能够安全地共享健康数据。


E-NewHealthLife将被引入塞浦路斯医院的急诊室。患者将获得加密的NFC卡,这将成为数字医疗护照,允许他们在挂号台确认自己的身份,使用该应用程序检查自己在队列中的位置,并安全地管理自己的医疗记录。


VeChain的欧洲生态系统经理Dimitris Neocleous与Ledger Insights分享了一些细节。


与大多数解决方案一样,区块链是大型项目的一部分,因此电子健康数据不会存储在chain上。在本例中,解决方案的区块链方面有两个角色。一种是登录授权访问医疗记录数据。


另一个是医院数字化转型的一部分,使其能够收集分析数据。例如,当有人访问医院的急诊室时,他们必须在签发NFC卡的地方注册。然后是分诊过程,他们被分配给医生,通常要等待一段时间,然后进行检查。


流程中的每个步骤都是一个事件,在区块链上进行时间戳。这样,就有可能评估在急诊室治疗病人的效率。其目的是将解决方案扩展到其他部门。


与该应用程序相结合,符合GDPR的解决方案使患者能够完全控制谁查看他们的健康记录。


如果医生想要访问与患者相关的数据,他们需要获得患者的授权。如果未经批准的人访问数据,web应用程序将通知患者。


该解决方案使用了VeChain工具链,即技术公司提供的区块链即服务(BAAS)解决方案。VeChain是一个公共区块链,因此有交易费用。无论什么时候病人来,企业都要支付交易费用,这是不现实的。因此,VeChain有一个费用委托流程,他们可以指定其他人代表他们支付交易费用。通过这种方式,医院可能会估计有1000次就诊,并相应地给账户充值。


总部位于新加坡的VeChain开发了VeChain Thor协议,并在中国进行了大量交易。该公司正与上海燃气集团(Shanghai Gas Group)、宝马(BMW)、沃尔玛(Walmart)、DNV GL和中国保险公司人保(PICC)合作。


在其他卫生记录项目中,阿联酋卫生和预防部使用区块链存储卫生保健和药物数据。台湾台北医科大学医院正在研究智能健康护照,以共享医疗数据。IBM正在与加拿大大学卫生网络合作,建立一个区块链健康记录平台。

 

Last weekend, blockchain firm VeChain announced it built a blockchain medical data management platform in collaboration with Cyprus-based I-Dante. Called E-NewHealthLife, the platform will be used by the Mediterranean Hospital of Cyprus, enabling patients to share health data securely. 

E-NewHealthLife will be introduced in the emergency clinic of the Cyprus hospital. Patients will be given encrypted NFC cards, which would act as a Digital Healthcare Passport, allowing them to identify themselves at the registration desk, use the app to check where they are in the queue, and safely manage their medical records. 

Dimitris Neocleous, VeChain’s ecosystem manager for Europe, shared some details with Ledger Insights.

As with most solutions, blockchain is one part of a larger project, so the electronic health data is not stored on chain. In this case, the blockchain aspect of the solution has two roles. One is to log authorization to access medical record data. 

The other is part of the digital transformation of the hospital to enable it to collect analytics. For example, when someone visits the emergency room of the hospital, they have to register where the NFC card is issued. Then there is the triage process, they are assigned to a doctor, usually there’s a wait and then they get examined. 

Each step in the process is an event that is timestamped on the blockchain. That way, it’s possible to review the efficiency of getting patients treated in the emergency room. The aim is to expand the solution to other departments as well.

In conjunction with the app, the GDPR compliant solution enables patients to have complete control over who views their health records. 

If a doctor wants to access data relating to a patient, they need to ask for authorization from the patient. The web app will inform the patient if someone who has not been approved accesses the data.

The solution uses VeChain ToolChain, the blockchain-as-a-service (BAAS) solution from the technology firm. VeChain is a public blockchain and hence has transaction fees. It’s not practical for enterprises to pay transaction fees whenever a patient arrives. So VeChain has a fee delegation process where they can assign someone else to pay for the transactions on their behalf. That way, the hospital might estimate a thousand visits and have the account topped up accordingly.

Singapore-based VeChain has developed the VeChain Thor protocol and has numerous deals in China. The company is working with the Shanghai Gas GroupBMWWalmartDNV GL, and Chinese insurer PICC.

Among other health record projects, UAE’s Ministry of Health and Prevention uses blockchain to store healthcare and pharmaceutical data. Taiwan’s Hospital of Taipei Medical University is exploring smart health passports to share medical data. And IBM is working with Canada’s University Health Network on a blockchain health records platform. 

 

来自: Ledger Insights