Blockchain in Healthcare Today 2022 Predictions


  • Daniel Conway Associate Director, Blockchain Center of Excellence, Clinical Professor of Information Systems, University of Arkansas, USA
  • Mohan Venkataraman Chief Technology Officer, Chainyard, a Business Unit of IT People Corp, USA
  • Daniel Laverick Vice President of Digital & Data Solutions, Zuellig Pharma, Singapore
  • Gabriela Pelin Chief Innovation Officer, Avaneer Health, USA
  • Anton Hasselgren Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway



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Each year Blockchain and Healthcare Today reaches out to journal board members, annual ConV2X Symposium speakers and ecosystem subject matter experts to share their near term views and perspectives for blockchain technology advances in healthcare. Representing perspectives from Asia, Europe and North America, the article presents insights into where authors anticipate market opportunities and gaps that should be addressed for regional and global collaboration, governance and efficiency for the year 2022.


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How to Cite

Conway, D., Venkataraman, M., Laverick, . D., Pelin, G., & Hasselgren, A. (2022). Blockchain in Healthcare Today 2022 Predictions. Blockchain in Healthcare Today, 5.