Where Interoperability Meets Blockchain

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Hyperledger

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 Hyperledger is an umbrella project of open source blockchains and related tools, started in December 2015 by the Linux Foundation, and supported by big industry players like IBM, Intel and SAP Ariba, to support the collaborative development of blockchain-based distributed ledgers. 


We work with you to construct your advanced enterprise ecosystem, with a core of transparent, immutable and auditable transactions provided by the versatile and trusted Hyperledger blockchain infrastructure. 

FHIR

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 Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR, pronounced "fire") is a draft standard describing data formats and elements (known as "resources") and an application programming interface (API) for exchanging electronic health records. 

 FHIR, APIs, and apps are the future of interoperability. Healthcare IT should always be about the patient. ... It's important for systems dealing with patient data to securely interoperate with each other, in order to ensure efficient and effective delivery of care 

Smart Contracts

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Smart contracts are virtual agreements encoded as computer protocols. They cannot be changed by any party, including the two agreement holders. For amendments to be made, the entire network must be altered.

The self-executing nature of smart contracts makes them powerful tools for a variety of applications across multiple business areas. BlockInterop’s expert team focuses on developing smart contract-based solutions to existing industry problems using Ethereum, Hyperledger and EOS-based smart contracts.

Use cases

Interoperability

 Eliminates data from silos and aggregates data from systems and applications driving seamless interoperability between systems. 


Data is guaranteed to be cryptographically secure. 

Security & Privacy

 Enhances security through encryption and cryptology, with the use of complex permission setting for involved parties. 


Enhances privacy through encryption and cryptology, with the use of complex permission setting for involved parties. 

Efficiency

A Improve efficiency by streamlining the supply chain and removing intermediaries using smart contracts technology. 


 Furthermore, it is also providing efficiency gains on top of old existing structures by removing the need for actively intermediated data-synchronization and concurrency control.  

Availability

 Emerging smart contract systems over decentralized ecosystems allow mutually  parties to transact safely without trusted third parties. In the event of contractual breaches or aborts, the decentralized blockchain ensures that honest parties obtain commensurate services. 


 

Traceability & Transparency

 Requirements from consumers and governments to produce more sustainable products have increased during recent years. Even if products are certified, one cannot make sure companies meet these requirements, since no chain of events can verify this exists. 


 Blockchain creates digital footprints, where the information of  transactions are connected, providing Traceability & Transparency 

Trust

Distributed ledger methods such as blockchains are now well established, but their implications for more general topics are just beginning to be appreciated. Beyond applications in finance and banking, new applications are emerging in supply chain management, manufacturing, agricultural product tracking, advertising verification, Internet of Things, healthcare, and the pharmaceutical industry, among others.