Blockedge aims to provide easy access to blockchain capabilities for healthcare providers
Cloud data transformation solutions provider, Healthcare Triangle, announced the release of Blockedge, a blockchain infrastructure and automation platform for healthcare and life sciences organizations. Developed in partnership with blockedge.io, the ready-to-deploy blockchain network claims operate on any public cloud, with real-time support from blockchain experts.
“Blockedge eases blockchain adoption for healthcare and life sciences organizations by providing a plug-and-play solution that provides support for a wide range of use cases,” says Suresh Venkatachari, CEO, Healthcare Triangle. “With Blockedge, leaders can focus on organizational goals rather than concentrating time and talent on deploying, managing and optimizing their blockchain network.”
According to Healthcare Triangle, Blockedge enables organizations to choose from multiple cloud providers and blockchain nodes to deploy their unique use cases. Intuitive user interfaces empower IT teams to effectively leverage Blockedge and optimize value from their investment.
“Blockedge integrates seamlessly with an organization’s existing IT infrastructure while ensuring hassle-free platform integration and automated network management,” Venkatachari says. “There is no coding prerequisite needed to run and manage blockchain nodes on our UI-driven platform. We work alongside the organization’s IT team to maintain security, data integrity and regulatory compliance, including with the Drug Supply Chain Security Act. Further, our HITRUST-ready platform supports all aspects of blockchain transformation with a full suite of services, from advisory and consulting to blockchain decentralized applications, smart contract development and managed services”
During 2020 blockchain was instrumental in allowing researchers around the world to collaborate on COVID-19 research, drug development, and support vaccine distribution. Gartner Research projects that blockchain’s business value will reach $176 billion by 2025 and $3.1 trillion by 2030.
By Ian Schnepf, Digital Media Specialist and Content Writer for HealthTech HotSpot