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(Updated as of 06.12.18)
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Meet The BrioView
an industry chart that analyzes, catalogues & organizes innovation in healthcare.
We’re proud to publish the first BrioView, the Blockchain BrioView. The Blockchain BrioView monitors & identifies market trends and new opportunities, and offers a simplified, organized view into the world of blockchain technology in health.
A multitude of sources were utilized in producing the Blockchain BrioView.
In September of 2017, Vince Kuraitis started a Google Doc that listed all of the ICO’s of healthcare blockchain companies. In November of the same year, Andy Coravos published an open-source map of projects working on blockchain healthcare-related solutions. And most recently, in April of 2018, Matthew Johnson at HD2i looked at emerging themes of the biomedical blockchain database. While these sources were great tools, they still did not provide a complete, digestible picture of the landscape.
Other sources utilized to compile data include
Becker’s Hospital Review
Blockchain Healthcare Review
Blockchain in Healthcare Today
MIT Technology Review
The Medical Futurist
We would like to acknowledge the constraints to the BrioView, limiting companies that expand across multiple categories into a single category. This report is our approximation of the public healthcare blockchain space, and is prone to errors and omissions. However, as the goal is to create a resource that simplifies a complex industry, it is important to operate within these limitations.
In our effort to document the space as thoroughly as possible, Briovation invites all public, permissionless healthcare blockchain companies to schedule a briefing for inclusion in the report. You can schedule a call here.
Below are the category definitions:
Dental: Services and solutions specific to dental care and dentistry
Health Education: medical encyclopedia, educational resources targeted at providers
Behavioral Health: promoting well-being by preventing or intervening in mental illness such as depression or anxiety, but also has as an aim preventing or intervening in substance abuse or other addictions
Addiction Recovery: treatment of addiction-related diseases for patients
Genomics: tools / platforms focused on owning, protecting, sharing and re-marketing genomic data
Pharma: pertaining to prescribing, filling, and managing prescriptions
Adherence: Increasing Medication Adherence Through Data Sharing and Patient Incentives.
Academic Research: platforms with functionality intended for academic and scientific research
Diagnostics: analytic tools with the learning capability to augment physician decision making using publicly available data and intelligence
Healthcare Marketplace: a toolkit for building trusted dApps / economy for the buying and selling of digital health assets and services
Insurance: facilitation of insurance payment via group pay / peer-to- peer insurance
Personalized Medicine: uses data to make personalized recommendations, customize health tips and improve patient health outcomes
Fitness & Wellness: Incentives healthy fitness and wellness behaviors through reward systems. Integrates with various fitness devices (ie: wearables) to aggregate performance data.
Person Health Data Management: integrates wearable data with personal health records for in a holistic health data platform, usually using AI and/or machine learning to make recommendations in health management.
IoT Security: safeguarding connected devices and networks in the Internet of things (IoT)
Clinical Research: Pertaining to the acceleration and development of new medical insights through public health research, preventative treatments, vaccines, drug development, etc.
Organizational Efficiency: streamline complicated workflows by cutting out unnecessary processes
Supply Chain: data integrity and validation for supply chains products and processes
Credentialing: Tracks, validates or coordinates medical provider credentialing with necessary parties
Claims Management: streamlines claim rates, minimizes revenue leakage, and increases efficiency
Quality of Care: healthcare services that increase the likelihood of desired health outcomes
Value Based Care: incentives providers with outcome-based rewards to drive value improvement, incentivize innovation or reduce risks of misdiagnosis
EHR/EMR: Platforms focused on consolidating EHR/EMR data, and providing EHR/EMR interoperability to enable providers’ care abilities
Care Coordination: Platforms used to increase and streamline diagnoses and care communication between patients, providers, payers and systems
Telemedicine: Creating a virtual care network platform for delivering care remotely
Patient Engagement: incentivizes participation in health outcomes primarily utilizing social networks
Blockchain Interoperability: Platforms that enable cross-chain interoperability