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Blockchain in Healthcare Today (BHTY) is published open access on a continuous basis in order to accelerate sharing rigorously vetted theoretical and experiential knowledge required for a growth sector. A world-class peer-review board endeavors to offer rapid peer review and includes constructive commentary to strengthen work. The journal registers original research article provenance on the blockchain for authors to have a permanent and immutable public record of their work to share with the scientific research community at BHTY+ARTiFACTS Research Portal.
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Submissions are open for "Blockchain and Emerging Technologies in Health" academic track at ConV2X, 2021 , Nov 11, 2021
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BHTY now accepts video submissions to compliment an author's written work. Videos can demonstrate simulations, experimental demos, or "interviews" with authors/researchers. Authors should submit a jpeg representing the video and/or transcript of audio.
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Blockchain in Healthcare Today (BHTY) is proud to announce it is the first academic journal to introduce Article Proof of Origin (APOO), now located on BHTY article landing pages, beginning with 2021 content to provide more legitimacy & artifacts for researchers to use, share and trust.
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January BHTY BLOG post: "Should Emerging Technology be a Part of Medical School Curriculum?"
BHTY has added new Scite badges to the gold open access publication. Scite's mission to make science more reliable by helping researchers better discover and evaluate scientific research. Citations provide a context and classification describing whether it provides supporting or disputing evidence for the cited claim. Scite has analyzed over 18 million full-text publications across disciplines, extracting and analyzing over 625M citation statements to help readers better evaluate articles published and facilitate reproducibility.
BHTY ConV2X 2020 Symposium Highlights, "Transforming Health Care in the Wake of a Global Pandemic"
Some of the world’s top leaders and influencers in healthcare delivery transformation and health technologies, including blockchain technology and telehealth, converged at the 4th Annual CONV2X 2020 Symposium held virtually from November 10-12, 2020, to exchange perspectives and solutions to shortfalls in global patient care exposed by COVID-19. The theme of the symposium was “US-World Health Transformation.”
The Symposium, hosted by the BHTY journal, presented 76 world leading SMEs, 35 hours of discourse and learnings and 4 Keynote presentations from the World Health Organization (WHO), Teladoc Health, McKinsey & Company and Mayo Clinic Platform.
To veiw the ConVerge2Xcelerate (#ConV2X) 2020 Symposium ON DEMAND and program details please visit https://conv2x-2020-ondemand.eventcreate.com/
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New in BHTY: Technical Briefs!
1500 word limit. Submissions undergo double blind peer review. Technical Briefs may capture design, challenges, new technologies and applications, standards, performance analysis and optimization to communicate information obtained through a process of technical or experimental work. Submit your timely article to inform the research community, enterprise, peers - and advance blockchain and DLT in healthcare at https://blockchainhealthcaretoday.com/index.php/journal/about/submissions
We are excited to share the ATA has endorsed the peer reveiw journals Telehealth and Medicine Today and Blockhain in Healthcare Today.
“Blockchain is a key driving force behind maintaining accurate, actionable healthcare data – and is an important component of where we’re headed in telehealth. The ATA is delighted to collaborate with Partners in Digital Health, as the benefits of blockchain technology are critical to our members’ success in the future,” stated Ann Mond Johnson, CEO, ATA.
The academic portfolio’s editor-in-chief, John Halmaka, MD, International Healthcare Innovation Professor, Harvard Medical School, added “We are happy to collaborate with the ATA to catalyze local and global initiatives and use cases to move health, delivery, and education forward, with telehealth and blockchain technology.”
With 200,000+ views and downloads and 350+ citations, BHTY is the preeminent open-access international peer-review journal covering blockchain and DLT research and innovations in healthcare.
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