Blockchain in Health Care

Educational briefing for non-IT Executives


Blockchain is a digital ledger that enables parties with no history of trusting one another to securely commit to contracts and record transactions, without the need for an intermediary such as a bank. While blockchain’s major successes to date have been in finance, the technology has potential to provide value to health care, particularly in the areas of payment adjudication and supply chain integrity.

Download our cheat sheet to get a quick primer on blockchain, key features, and the (potential) impact of blockchain in the health care sector.