SAN FRANCISCO (PRWEB) September 12, 2018
HashCash brings you a unique blockchain based platform for diabetes patients globally. This California based blockchain technology company is taking a big step in managing the patients' medical history database for people who are suffering from this dreadful health condition. Blockchain can be a huge help in improving the data management for diabetes patients. Researchers and healthcare practitioners can achieve real-world results in the field of medical science for the treatment of diabetes through blockchain.
Raj Chowdhury, MD at HashCash, shares his point of view,
“The medical industry is very haphazard in keeping records in the central database of millions of patients. Blockchain offers a decentralized and immutable data storage system which can be accessed anytime, from anywhere in the world. The blockchain platform being designed by HashCash for diabetes patients will facilitate instant access to every information, big or small, present in the reports of the patients. This will help on-the-spot diagnosis of the patient’s medical condition and will facilitate prompt treatment without wasting precious time.”
This revolutionary technology acts as a process to support the effective treatment and patient record management rather than serving as a hindrance. Several hospitals, diabetes research centers, and medical organizations are arranging the necessary technical resources to integrate blockchain in its infrastructure for better medical data management.
Medical data of diabetes patients can be managed and shared by the blockchain-based platform built on the multi-signature smart contracts that allow absolute privacy and control of every health data globally. Every stage of the patient’s treatment is recorded in this system facilitating the impromptu update of the patient’s health condition in the database.
It is true that data stored in the blockchain based platform will be impossible to tamper with, as due to its decentralized format, each node will have a record of every data stored in the network. Hence, this will assure the patient’s family that the information of the medical reports present in the blockchain is accurate.