When Dr. AI Makes a House Call
Robots and AI can help patients get the most out of treatment and manage things like pesky side effects, but only if they have a healthy data relationship with each patient. Have we fully considered what we’re getting into?
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The Patient From Hell
The 21st Century Cures Act gives patients free, digital access to their data, but even recently, this wasn’t the case. Sometimes, you have to embrace being the “Patient from Hell”, advocating for yourself, demanding your data.
Whose Data Is It Anyway?
When Google and Ascension Health teamed up to aggregate the data of millions of patients, only a few groups even batted an eye. Three years later, a Nightingale continues to fly under the radar. Should patients be giving up their data so easily? An update on Project Nightingale and Google’s aggressive moves on health data.
Blockchain Tokens Are (Still) Dead in Healthcare
When the gold rush of ICOs came to market in 2017 and 2018, a number of them promised to revolutionize health care. Those projects may have died in implementation, but the promise of a true health data economy lives on for optimists.
The Future of Health Data is Banking
We can use today’s technologies to protect, secure, and trade health data like the valuable asset it is, turning to the finance sector’s blueprints for banks. If data is money, why aren’t we treating it that way?
How Miraculum Started
If it’s unclear why crypto-based blockchains are challenging for the health care sector to adopt, or the scientific and economic reasons that many ICOs and tokens have failed when it comes to health data applications, take a deeper dive into why the team that built Lydion built a specific platform for health care applications.