iAM's unified platform solves healthcare's biggest issues including insurance fraud, medication adherence, prescription abuse and also the problem of medical data portability. With enterprise partners Guardtime, Healthcare Gateway, and DXS our solution will be accessible to more than 70% of the UK population. Users can share their records (secured by blockchain) and pay for services with iAM tokens. Our healthcare economy is governed by smart contracts. Patients, doctors, insurers, researchers, public health agencies and big pharma often have different goals. iAM reconciles conflicting objectives and delivers win-win outcomes for all participants. We call this the point of consensus.
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iAM puts users in control of their own health data. Users manage their own personal health records and share these with doctors, hospitals, care providers and other healthcare participants. iAM rewards individuals who elect to share their anonymized health data with iAM tokens.
Members pay to securely store their record on our blockchain, share with health care professionals, and to write to their records using IoT devices.
Members settle payments for health services with iAM tokens. These transactions create iAM’s tokenized healthcare economy.
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Guardtime, in partnership with Instant Access Medical and Healthcare Gateway announced on Wednesday the launch of the world’s first comprehensive blockchain-supported Personal Care Record Platform, MyPCR. The system will use Healthcare Gateway’s Medical Interoperability Gateway and will provide instant access to primary care information for up to 30 million UK NHS patients. The system will focus heavily on patient adherence to a personalized treatment plan, and continuous monitoring and verification — critical to positive health outcomes.
Guardtime, an Amsterdam-based software security company, has launched a blockchain-supported personal care record platform, which officials say provides up to 30 million U.K. NHS (National Health Service) patients with instant access to their primary care information, their personal care pathways and medication adherence support through their smartphones.
Blockchain giant Guardtime has today announced the launch of the world’s first comprehensive blockchain-supported Personal Care Record Platform, MyPCR, alongside industry partners, Instant Access Medical and Healthcare Gateway. Using Healthcare Gateway’s Medical Interoperability Gateway, MyPCR provides up to 30mn UK NHS patients with instant access to their primary care information, their personal care pathways and medication adherence support through their smartphone.
One innovator in the medical technology space and perhaps already well-known in the industry is Instant Access Medical (iAM), a company that can store individual patients’ data on the blockchain. The innovative system allows patients to access their own records, but also allows for them to grant their health care providers access to the data.