Blockchain-Enabled Healthcare (BEH)

Blockchain-Enabled Healthcare refers to the use of blockchain technology to securely store, share, and manage health data, as well as enable auditable and transparent transactions within the healthcare ecosystem. Blockchain-Enabled Healthcare has the potential to transform areas such as health information exchange, patient consent management, and supply chain management by promoting trust, data security, and interoperability.

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"Dwarna: a blockchain solution for dynamic consent in biobanking"

This research was conducted by Nicholas Mamo, Gillian M. Martin, Maria Desira, Bridget Ellul, and Jean-Paul Ebejer. It was published in the European Journal of Human Genetics. The study presents Dwarna, a web portal that uses blockchain technology to store research partners' consent in biobanking, creating an immutable audit trail of consent changes.

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