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Healthureum has announced its intention to tackle the expected health care expenditure

Blockchain-based, health-focused startup, Healthureum, has announced its intention to tackle the expected health care expenditure, which is expected to rise between 2.4 percent and 7.5 percent by 2020 globally. The Estonia-based startup will be making the utmost endeavours to contain and ideally reduce these expenses. Healthureum aims to reduce inefficiencies in operations, resources, data, drug sourcing, and technology.


An incentivized measure is starting to prove popular across the globe, particularly in Japan where the METI program rewards companies, which engage in health preventative care and productivity.


For this issue, Healthureum's blockchain based solution offers a solution. Technology-driven healthcare will benefit all stakeholders and patients with improved access to expertise and services while reducing costs, resources, infrastructure and operational requirements in the process.


Forbes.com and CTO Malcolm Wilkinson confirmed: "In 2015, a record 112 million healthcare record data breaches occurred due to IT hacks. Now imagine how the use of an interoperable blockchain could mitigate this risk due to its cryptographic nature, bringing a new level of integrity to healthcare data management."


Deloitte has identified telehealth, virtual reality, and immunotherapy among the top 10 innovations in healthcare to "achieve more for less", with only one major struggle in the form of the technical ability to integrate and share data between systems effectively.


Healthureum's mission

Healthureum's blockchain-based resolution is a dynamic and multi-functional ecosystem designed to bring innovative Healthcare services, transforming the way we manage our healthcare. Healthureum guarantees its users access to Physicians, Specialists, quality medical infrastructure and the opportunity to access first of its kind innovative treatments, including philanthropic sponsorship programs.



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