Volume 1, 2018

Blockchain in Healthcare Today (BHTY), is an open access online, peer review journal where thought leaders and innovators converge to find solutions in a new health technology sector. BHTY provides objective evaluation of methodologies, pilots, scalable blockchain deployments, and cost efficiencies that advance value based care, exclusively, in the health sector.

We thank and congratulate all the authors appearing in this debut, and all the authors that submitted manuscripts for review. You are pioneers and visionaries, all.  We thank you, as you endeavored to publish in a new peer review journal, and continue to contribute to the sector's knowledge base.


BHTY Team

Published: 2018-03-23

Leveraging Blockchain Technology to Enhance Supply Chain Management in Healthcare:

Kevin A. Clauson, Elizabeth A. Breeden, Cameron Davidson, Timothy K. Mackey

Pragmatic, Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technology: Paving the Future for Healthcare

Ron Ribitzky, James St. Clair, David I Houlding, Chrissa T McFarlane, Brian Ahier, Michael Gould, Heather L Flannery, Erik Pupo, Kevin A Clauson

Applications of Blockchain Within Healthcare

Liam Bell, William J Buchanan, Jonathan Cameron, Owen Lo
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Blockchain in Healthcare Today (BHTY), is an open access online, peer review journal where thought leaders and innovators converge to find solutions in a new health technology sector. BHTY provides objective evaluation of methodologies, pilots, scalable blockchain deployments, and cost efficiencies that advance value based care, exclusively, in the health sector.

 

BHTY endeavors to offer rapid peer-review (7-10 days) of research, commentary, and proof of concept for blockchain technology. Content should justify claims to the scientific community and industry at large. For more information, see "About," in the menu above.

 


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Blockchain in Healthcare Today  accepts manuscript submissions on a rolling basis. We publish articles on a continuous basis. That means, as they are accepted, they are pushed live and time stamped, not issue stamped.

We want the journal to reflect timely global community efforts featuring new era thinkers and pioneers leading the marketplace to ultimately transform and dramatically increase the quality of healthcare around the globe.  Your contributions are paramount to achieve this goal.

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Should you have questions, please contact the publisher at info@partnersindigitalhealth.com 

 

BHTY sharing credits...A special thanks to Ron Ribitsky, MD, for the BHTY editorial board map, featured on the journal debut, and thanks to BHTY intern, Alexander Zaleski - a most talented student at UCONN for our current subscriber map, and Ed Dodds, for sharing the code for development. Many thanks to you all for your passion and contributions!

 

BHTY is pleased to welcome Erik Pupo to the Editorial Board of Stewards

Erik currently serves as the Chief Information Officer for Columbia University Irving Medical Center in New York. He previously served as a Managing Director for Healthcare Technology Consulting in North America, as well as Accenture's Healthcare Blockchain lead and as a co-lead in Accenture's Value Based Care practice in North America. Erik has served in major leadership roles in healthcare for over 20 years at Deloitte, Vangent, and other industry firms, and has played a key role in federal, state, and commercial healthcare programs and initiatives as a leader in the healthcare community. He received a certification as a Certified Professional in Healthcare Information & Management Systems (CHPIMS) in 2009 and became a HIMSS Fellow in 2012. 

Please join us in welcoming Erik to the BHTY team!

 

Blockchain in Healthcare Today has partnered with Code Ocean. Authors can now transparently share code associated with their research, with readers.

Code Ocean, is a cloud based computational reproducibility platform, where researchers, engineers, developers, and scientists can upload code and data in any open source programming language and link working code in a computational environment within an article. The journal encourages authors and readers to share articles to broaden the sector's knowledge base. The initiative will also assist in reducing negative results, and ideally, accelerate time to market.

The Code Ocean platform can also be used to include an executable copy of an author's code for the peer review process.

Partners in Digital Health and Code Ocean will work towards the integration of Code Ocean into the journal submission and peer review workflow, where code and data is used. Authors will upload their code and data, within a cloud based computational environment, to create an executable “compute capsule” that can reproduce their results. A compute capsule will get a DOI and be embedded within the article upon the manuscript’s publication, enabling readers to view and verify the article’s results. Authors can upload and submit code and data associated with their article. Users can execute the code, view results, and modify the code to see how results change.

Partners in Digital Health joins distinguished Code Ocean publishing partners De Gruyter, Cambridge University Press, Taylor & Francis, and BMJ Publishing Group.

 

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A special thanks to BHTY intern, Alexander Zaleski - a most talented student at UCONN!

 

BHTY Proudly Partners with ARTiFACTS to Expand Use of Blockchain in Scholarly Publishing

BHTY has partnered with ARTiFACTS to integrate blockchain into scholarly publishing workflow & collaborate on research to assess its effectiveness to improve speed, collaboration, access, transparency, & attribution in scientific research. BHTY now provides a blockchain-based service for its author community for PoE, attributions, and indexing of content, plus linking supporting article materials for an early user-community in this leading-edge field. The effort will include a work group that includes BHTY authors to provide feedback for product development, with the goal of generating an article for publication that contrasts the legacy methods/processes/tools with the first in market approaches of the parties. BHTY publisher, Tory Cenaj, believes the partnership with ARTiFACTS will speed the research cycle, and help build the reputations of subscribing researchers and authors faster. The service is accessible for any subscriber of the journal. For more information see Information for Authors or read the press release at https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/artifacts-and-blockchain-in-healthcare-today-partner-to-expand-use-of-blockchain-in-scholarly-publishing-300631967.html
 

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