Cyprus Hospital to Use VeChainThor Blockchain Platform To Store Covid-19 Test Results
VeChain, which offers a blockchain powered supply chain tracking platform, has announced that its blockchain based medical info administration platform, co-built with digital healthcare solution firm I-Dante, has become active and will hold Covid-19 test outcome.
The platform, named E-NewHealthLife, was installed in the Mediterranean Hospital in Cyprus.
Blockchain will be used to record medical and test records of Cyprus citizens who visit Covid-19 lab of hospitals for undergoing real-time antibodies testing and other diagnostics.
The data will be encrypted, hashed and saved on the VeChainThor blockchain platform. The test results can also be accessed on the E-HCert application.
The company stated that implementation of E-HCert platform minimizes expenses related to data storage and sharing.
E-HCert App displays unalterable test results and allows users to have total control over their info and medical records. Once the test is conducted, outcome of results can be studied via the app. It can also be utilized to substantiate health situation.
This allows citizens to prove their health status in order to return to work or travel abroad.
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With E-HCert documents, people in Cyprus can conform with domestic quarantine and health rules in order to get back to work, travel overseas in a flight and get cleared quickly to take part in other activities.
Civic Technologies also unveiled a unique cryptocurrency wallet to monitor Covid-19 vaccination documents of medical employees.