Blockchain Technology – Delivering Trust to Global Pharmaceutical Distribution
Keywords:blockchain technology, donated medicines, decentralized knowledge graph, pharmaceutical aid products, global supply chain, life-saving medicines, supply chain traceability transparency
With up to 30% of donated pharmaceutical aid products being diverted, stolen or going to waste in this session we will learn how blockchain technology is addressing some of the biggest trust challenges in the global supply chain. Supply chain issues may prevent people that are in greatest need of life-saving medicines from being treated. Through the use of a Decentralized Knowledge Graph and blockchain technology firms and governmental aid organizations now have visibility to supply chain traceability and transparency of donated medicines. The session will additionally cover ancillary benefits with the implementation of such a solution.
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