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Healthtech Revolution

The Blockchain technology combined with the power of Artificial Intelligence

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About

DigitalASC is an innovative, unique mix of programmers and entrepreneurs who help healthcare entities and medical institutions secure their future, and provides tailored solutions for patients and physicians.

Family legacy and longtime interest in medicine combined with working professional experience in banking, finance and cybersecurity industries, along with a broad market understanding and complex analysis lead us to an IDEA...

The IDEA soon become a dream and later on become a passion, so we decided to go to market, and begin shaping the FUTURE of the healthcare.

We believe in changes, we believe in creating the HISTORY!

Patients are looking for medical help and symptoms online.
Hospitals are moving towards digital data registries and analyzing tools.

DigitalASC wants to make a step further - by engaging the state of the art technologies based on
Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence we offer a unique solution which will change MEDICAL HISTORY FOREVER!

86percent of patients checking their symptoms online
28percent of hospitals scanning all patients records
43percent of hospitals using data analysis tools

Welcome to the FUTURE

The World Health Organization defines Healthtech as:
"application of organized knowledge and skills in the form of devices,
medicines, vaccines, procedures, and systems developed
to solve a health problem and improve quality of lives.”

DigitalASC was founded to provide professional service and support
with expertise in Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain.

We believe in groundbreaking changes within the healthcare industry,
by applying cutting-edge technologies to the obsolete medical system, and defining new standards.

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Blockchain solutions

Clinical data sharing

The Blockchain enables data exchange systems that are cryptographically secured and irrevocable and allows seamless access to historical and real-time patient data while eliminating the burden and cost of data reconciliation.

Patient-generated data

Personal health devices, “wearables,” “Internet of Medical Things” (IoMT) devices, and patient-reported outcomes are perfect examples of patient-generated data that leverage the blockchain for security and sharing possibilities.

Cyber Security and IoMT

Blockchain-enabled solutions have the potential to bridge the gaps of device data interoperability while ensuring security, privacy and reliability around IoMT use cases

Administrative and financial information

Insurance eligibility and claims processing workflows could benefit from blockchain and have decreased transactional costs.

Research and clinical trials

Blockchain-enabled, time-stamped immutable records of clinical trials, protocols and results could address the issues of outcome switching, data snooping and selective reporting, thereby reducing the incidence of fraud and error in clinical trial records.

Public health

A shared, immutable stream of de-identified patient information could more readily identify pandemics, independent of governmental bodies currently aggregating this data.

Market overview

In general, Healthtech has had many definitions, however, can broadly define as
an integration of electronic communication and information technology in the healthcare sector
to make it more efficient, inexpensive and accessible.

The global digital health market net worth is expected to increase to over 270 BILLION USD by 2020.

The mobile health segment of the industry is expected to generate
the second largest revenue share, reaching 46 BILLION USD in 2020.

The demand for digital health services is higher than other any digital services
It's is expected to remain extremely high over the forthcoming years.

How Blockchain works?

The easiest way to understand the concept of BLOCKCHAIN is by reading the original whitepaper introduced by Satoshi Nakamoto back in 2008. The document perfectly describes the technology by explaining the single use case of Blockchain technology - best known and widely adopted Bitcoin - cryptocurrency.

International story of digitization Medicine and Healthcare industry

  • DigitalASC

    2017

    Shaping the FUTURE

    DigitalASC was founded to help the healthcare industry, and make the World the better place, by developing digital solutions using cutting-edge technologies - Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence.

  • 2016

    2016

    Estonian EHR trials Blockchain

    The Estonian eHealth Foundation will deploy a blockchain-based system to secure over 1.000.000 patient healthcare records.

  • 2013

    2013

    Digital tools engagement

    Nearly 42% physicians use tablets to maintain electronic health records.

  • 2012

    2012

    Birth-monitor device

    Massachusetts General Hospital trials wearable health monitoring devices which record the movement, respiratory rate, heart rhythm, and other vital signs of expectant mothers during childbirth.

  • 2009

    2009

    Presidential call

    President Barack Obama calls for a national electronic health record system in US.

  • 1992

    1992

    First dedicated medical software

    Launch of EpicCare, the first Windows-based electronic health records system.

  • 1988

    1988

    Launch of AMIA

    Launch of American Medical Informatics Association to educate healthcare professionals in informatics standards and systems.

  • 1985

    1985

    First patient scheduling software

    Launch of the first patient scheduling programe Cadence.

  • 1970

    1970

    Technicon Medical Information Management System

    Release of computerized provider order entry system.

  • 1967

    1967

    MUMPS Dedicated programming language

    MUMPS made it easier to create databases and integrate them into healthcare environments.
    It's the basis of many contemporary healthcare records software today.

  • 1959

    1959

    Publication of
    "Reasoning Foundations of Medical Diagnosis"

    Ledley & Lusted publish their influential paper, which suggests computers should be integrated into the healthcare field to automate physician's work and reduce errors.

  • 1952

    1952

    First use of computer in clinical practice

    Dr. Arthur E. Rappoport using the McBee manual punch card, and spoke about it at the American Society for Clinical Pathology.

  • 1949

    1949

    Establishement of
    German Society for Medical Documentation, Computer Science and Statistics

    Dr. Gustav Wagner establishes the world's first professional organization for informatics.

  • Let's create
    MEDICINE
    History!

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DigitalASC Limited
Kemp House
152-160 City Road
London
EC1V 2NX

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