To increase awareness and understanding of how blockchain technologies will impact your sector and business, the Blockstart partners launched a free training programme for SMEs of the healthcare, agrofood, logistic and supply chain sector this April. This webinar provides an overview of current trends in blockchain technology in the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries. In addition, the COVID-19 crisis continues to drive blockchain technology, as new developments such as a digital "Corona vaccination card" show.
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14.00 – 14.10 Welcome & Blockstart Training Programme Introduction
14.10 – 14.40 Blockchain for the Healthcare Sector
Michael Munz, Michael Munz - Blockchain-Technologieberatung
Daniel Palmer, Horváth & Partners, Baden-Württemberg
Overview of current trends
Contextual categorisation of the webinar
- Topic 1: Blockchain for the healthcare sector
Current trends in the Pharmaceutical & Healthcare industry
Possible use cases and their implications
How Blockchain can help to integrate non-traditional suppliers to address bottlenecks in critical medical supplies
- Topic 2: How the Pandemic Is Pushing Blockchain Forward
Current discussions & projects to overcome the challenges of the crisis with blockchain-based solutions
Digital Corona Health Certificate
- Wrap up & Outlook
14.40 – 15.00 Blockchain opportunities to rebuild patients' trust
Nesrine Benyahia, Ph.D., CEO, DrData, Paris Region
- Covid19, patients' data tracking: what consequences?
- Data patients' rights: what guarantees?
- Blockchain data traceability: what solutions?
15.00 – 15.10 Q&A
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Michael Munz supports companies with "Michael Munz - Blockchain-Technologieberatung" in the implementation of innovations in the field of blockchain and distributed ledger technologies. As managing director of 45ventures GmbH he invests in companies with blockchain-based business models. As the Development Manager of Digital Business and Solutions at Paul Hartmann AG, he evaluates new digital business models for the health care industry. Previously, Michael was Digital Innovation Manager at the blockchain technology company 51nodes GmbH. His main areas of interest are the development and analysis of decentralized and digital business models and their effects on companies. Furthermore, Michael is involved in blockLAB Stuttgart and other blockchain initiatives in the Stuttgart region.
Daniel Palmer is Senior Project Manager at the management consulting company Horváth & Partners. Here he is responsible for the area of DLT technology and how it can change the industry as well as specific companies. In addition to DLT technology, Daniel has already accompanied and been responsible for numerous projects to redefine management His current project has the purpose to implement a new production management concept in the pharmaceutical and healthcare sector.
Nesrine Benyahia, Ph.D. in Health Law, is the CEO of DrData, a French company dedicated to health data protection and valorisation. As a Data Protection Officer specialised in the health and social sector, Nadia's team supports structures to protect their patients' data. DrData's blockchain structure, known as "isalid", relies on smart contracts and a database that is used to track the value chain, offering data security and sharing information for legal protection and data traceability.