NIH: Blockchain: Innovations in health data sharing with FDA and Booz Allen

“… Called the Real-Time Application for Portable Interactive Devices, or RAPID, this cloud-based, customizable blockchain system was designed to protect data safety and patient outcomes. Developed by the DMIER team and Booz Allen, a NITAAC CIO-SP3 contract holder, this blockchain solution facilitated real-time exchange of encrypted, permissioned health data between the agency and partner hospitals.”

“RAPID Leveraged Ethereum, a blockchain platform that provided the FDA and its collaborators with a mobile phone based bidirectional communication system. This system provided a 360-degree view of incidences, prevalence, location and clinical outcomes of medical countermeasures used during CBRN and other surveillance situations.”

“RAPID used blockchain because it allowed for…” Read the full post here.

Source: Blockchain: Innovations in health data sharing with FDA and Booz Allen – February 1, 2019. NITAAC Solutions.

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