Medical R&D Alliance Expands Blockchain Project to Include Data Sharing

A medical research and development alliance has expanded its blockchain project to include healthcare data management.

The Pistoia Alliance has expanded its blockchain project to include data sharing, data identity, and data integrity, according to a press release published on Feb 8.

The Pistoia Alliance is a not-for-profit organization established in 2007, with representatives from well-known pharmaceutical industry companies which include Pfizer, Novartiz, and GSK. The Pistoia Alliance was formed to help integrate new technology to assist in the companies’ respective research and development (R&D) fields.

The newest project will focus on the use of blockchain to validate sources in identifying data, to ensure data integrity, and to improve sharing between the organizations.

Prior to its foray into blockchain-based data management, Pistoia concentrated on educating the medical industry on the emerging…

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2019-02-08 22:55:00

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