jun 5, 2019: 11 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
104AB, Level 100
As care for lifestyle-driven chronic diseases expands in scope, prevention and recovery are becoming the new areas of focus. Building a precision medicine foundation that will promote ownership of individuals%u2019 health data and allow for sharing and trading of this data could prove a great blockchain. At its core, blockchain may offer the potential of a shared platform that decentralizes healthcare interactions ensuring access control, authenticity and integrity, while presenting the industry with radical possibilities for value-based care and reimbursement models. Panelists will explore these new discoveries as well as look to answer lingering questions, such as: are we off to a %u201Ctrustless%u201D information model underpinned by Bitcoin cryptocurrency, where no central authority validates the transactions in the ledger, and anyone whose computers can do the required math can join to mine and add blocks to your data? Would smart contracts begin to incentivize %u201Crational%u201D behaviors where consumers respond in a manner that makes their data interesting?