The US healthcare giant UnitedHealth Group began using Blockchain technology to keep records in line with innovation.
According to the new joint scheme, the Optum conglomerate’s subsidiary will work with several other industry representatives to set up medical information. According to the government, doctors contain incorrect information, with more than 50%.
“According to industry estimates, about $ 2 billion is spent annually on the health system, pursuing and supporting the supplier’s data,” the joint statement reads.
UnitedHealth improves the medical system
“The project will examine how the exchange of data between healthcare organizations using blockchain technology can improve the accuracy of data, simplify administration and improve access to care.”
This step marks an important step forward in terms of the impact of Blockchain on health care in the United States. The company currently ranks sixth in the country on the Fortune 500 with revenue in 2017, exceeding $ 200 billion.
Statements about the state of human health often have errors due to the discrepancy between the data provided by the applicants and the actual records. The unchanged Blockchain is perfectly adapted to avoid such inconsistencies.
“It’s probably one of the first national alliances in the field of healthcare for Blockchain ,” continued Optum senior Mike Jacobs.
“This sphere as a whole is just beginning to use this technology.”
Throughout the world, an increasing number of start-ups are also trying to solve various problems in this industry using Blockchain Technology.
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