The Future of Healthcare: HOW AI AND BLOCKCHAIN Will Transform the Medical Industry

July 21, 2019

At Hewlett Packard Enterprise, an overarching philosophy posits that we live in a world where everything computes, said Rich Bird, HPE’s World Wide Industry Marketing Manager for Healthcare and Life Sciences. Every device we have is connected and secure and carries a certain amount of intelligence. “We believe that with this connectivity, the security, the data, and the intelligence, we face a situation where this data can be understood, communicated, and worked on more efficiently — and nowhere is that more important than healthcare,” Bird said. Ultimately, according to Bird, the speed and efficiency of healthcare can be increased to better support clinicians, empower patients, advance medicine, and enable more personalized care and better clinical decision-making, delivering a new style of healthcare. Clearly, both AI and blockchain could play significant roles in that evolution.

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