Top 10 Blockchain-Based Companies in the Healthcare Industry – Part 2


In our previous post Top 10 Blockchain-Based Companies in the Healthcare Industry – Part 1, we took a look at some of the top Blockchain-based Healthcare Companies. Let’s move ahead and uncover the next in the list:

#6. Shivom

Shivom is a leading health-tech company focused on developing the world’s largest DNA data and healthcare services platform powered by blockchain technology. As per the Company’s latest press releases, the Company with blockchain genomics platform empowering healthcare industry has partnered with AI-powered DNA-analysis Company, Lifebit. The aim of the duo is to provide users with unprecedented reporting capabilities for DNA data analysis. The partnership is so special that it is expected to solve major and rare health problems with the combination of AI and Machine Learning.

Shivom is also reported to be working with diagnostic partner Genetic Technologies Limited with an aim to churn out from the Indian subcontinent, the reason why the country suffers from the largest count for type 2 diabetes in the World.

#5. Burst IQ, Inc.

Burst IQ, Inc. provides with end-to-end enablement of blockchain-based health applications and services through a global, person-centric data exchange that makes the connection between the solutions which further builds service for the people. The main features of the Company include: Big Data Blockchain, Customizable Data Sharing & Consent Engine, HIPAA, GDPR & NIST-Compliant Security, Proven Scalability and Fully Operational & Customer Validated.

The BurstIQ platform becomes unique with the extraordinary collaboration of Blockchain, Big Data, and Artificial Intelligence. In the first 12 months of Operation, the BurstIQ platform processed 25 billion data points. The platform solved the 2 major fundamental challenges until now: One is support for large volumes of data and other is ensuring the security of the underlying data.

#4. Patientory

Patientory aims to upgrade the care coordination of patients, clinicians, and healthcare organizations whilst ensuring data security and providing them with privileges to access, store and transfer information safely. The Company has a competitive edge in providing dApp blockchain solutions for healthcare to provide end-to-end encryption simultaneously following the regulatory guidelines and compliance requirements. The main features of the Patientory include 24×7 access with the community regarding health data, Blockchain technology, and HIPAA-compliant protected health information storage that adheres to region-specific regulatory guidelines.

The Company has its own free Application to store all the patient’s medical records and health data all at one place. “PTOY” is the Cryptocurrency of Patientory which is a digital currency that uses advanced encryption techniques.  Regarding the App, the user needs to pay only for the memory he/she needs or will need. It comes with default storage of 10MB. The plans are like for 1 GB for 1 month it’s 1 PTOY and many more plans.

#3. Iryo

Iryo is the first open healthcare protocol for the secure and private exchange of medical data. It is been only 2 years since inception, the Company has been building an open-sourced OpenEHR with huge efforts and zero-knowledge data repository. This makes the healthcare to be more secure and protected from cybersecurity breaches which include state-sponsored attacks.

The platform also uses blockchain permission controls for patient record access and tokens to incentivize end users consent enabling Artificial Intelligence (AI) research. Copies of encrypted health records are stored on 3 geographically and managerially redundant storage nodes. One encrypted backup copy stays on IRYO cloud node, a second encrypted copy stays in the home clinic storage node and end-user devices are distributed all over the world.

#2. collects all the individual healthcare omics data like lab results, genetic tests, and exercise data, all at one place which is convenient for the user-to-user to access, view and analyze his/her complete health picture. The Company accomplishes this by the use of artificial intelligence to develop personalized insights which are individual specific. The system aims to make sure the complete health data is uploaded to an open ledger which is encrypted and decentralized using blockchain technology and can be accessible only by the individual wherein he/she has the powers to selectively provide access to others.

As the amount of data from a biodiverse population is observed to ascent, enables the medical researchers to start with the research program more quickly, inexpensively, and more accurately.

#1. Nebula Genomics

This genetic testing company wants to help people benefit from their own genomes. The Company with Co-founder, George Church, Professor of Harvard and MIT, believes that the future any individual is in his/her DNA. The lab works on learning and understanding genetic material organisms. They focus on reducing the cost of sequencing a human genome from $3 BN to less than a $1000, making personal genome sequencing affordable for many people. In the age of personal genomic people are made to understand their disease risks, take benefits from personalized treatments.

Genomic data is very crucial as it helps to identify the causes of diseases at an early stage. In fact, these opportunities intensify the Pharmaceutical Companies to spend millions of dollars each year to purchase genomic data. Our genomic data is still limited, with high sequencing cost, low data privacy, data fragmentation.

Nebula Genomics is heading with an aim to eliminate the middlemen and give back the power to the people, by creating an open environment where data owners can directly communicate with data buyers. The people are also rewarded for the genomic data provided.


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