Bloomberg is a leader in the field of blockchain technology, and they recently published their latest research into how this new technology could change healthcare.
The researchers are currently investigating how a distributed blockchain system can save lives by providing data-driven decision-making to healthcare providers.
In a nutshell, the researchers say that this new approach could potentially provide better patient care by using a blockchain to determine the best care for the patient.
In the process, the data collected by a blockchain system could be stored in a decentralized, distributed way.
This decentralized database would then be able to be accessed by healthcare providers and their staff.
This could potentially save lives, the authors say, by reducing the amount of paperwork and paperwork burden.
In fact, this new blockchain approach could even help save lives if it’s implemented properly.
For instance, in the case of a catastrophic event, a patient could be transported from the hospital to the ICU in a timely fashion.
This would mean less paperwork for the healthcare providers involved in the patient’s care, as well as the increased productivity and efficiency of the healthcare systems.
A decentralized blockchain system would also reduce the need for complex healthcare records and information systems, as the data is stored in an immutable format.
Finally, this centralized system could even reduce healthcare costs as it’s less likely for hospitals to have to spend a huge amount of money on data acquisition and processing.
The study has been published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
This is the first research study in which the authors looked at the impact of a distributed decentralized system on the healthcare system.
In addition to their findings, the study also identified two additional research projects that could help patients save their lives by using blockchain technology.
The first project involves a blockchain platform called Blockchain for Healthcare.
This blockchain system provides the ability for healthcare providers to quickly identify, evaluate, and recommend appropriate medical treatment based on patient feedback.
For example, a doctor may have an idea of a patient’s condition based on how their health is changing, and can recommend treatment based upon this information.
This kind of information is critical in the healthcare field, as doctors are often tasked with making difficult decisions regarding treatment.
This type of data collection could also reduce cost.
The second project involves an open-source, decentralized blockchain called SmartBlock.
SmartBlock aims to provide an open, accessible, and secure platform for healthcare companies to deploy smart contracts that could be used to track, monitor, and update healthcare data.
These smart contracts could also be used by healthcare organizations to track and monitor patients.
These data would be stored and verified using a decentralized blockchain network, which would help make it easier for patients to track their healthcare data and make it safer.
Smartblock will be used in a blockchain-based healthcare network that will provide a seamless, transparent and secure solution to the current healthcare infrastructure problems, said Michael C. Anderson, an associate professor of economics at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
Anderson also has been involved in research on blockchain technology for the past decade.
In 2016, Anderson co-founded a blockchain technology company called Blockchain.
Anderson is also a member of the Board of Directors for the Health Care Networking Institute (HCN), which is a nonprofit organization that has helped establish a blockchain based healthcare network for the treatment of cancer.
The blockchain system, Anderson said, can be used as a way for patients and healthcare organizations alike to improve the quality of care.
This system will also have a very positive impact on healthcare quality.
For this reason, Anderson believes that blockchain technology is going to have a huge impact in healthcare.
“There is a very significant amount of demand for blockchain-driven innovation, and this could be a key driver of this,” he said.