Long Beach, California (CT) — Ophthalmic surgeons are looking to the blockchain to improve their vision, but the process may be costly and time consuming.
Dr. Jim Ophthalmo, an ophthalmology resident and former medical director of an ocular care facility, is one of the founders of Ophthalmology-On-Blockchain.
Ophthalmopaths use the blockchain for verification and record-keeping.
“Blockchain is an online ledger of transactions, so there’s no central point of failure,” he said.
“It’s not like a bank, where they have a balance that you don’t have access to.
It’s decentralized, so you can do things like audit your own records.
It also lets you verify data that has been entered into the blockchain without actually having to physically enter that data.”
It’s like a blockchain for doctors.
There’s no point of error in what you’re doing.
You can’t be caught, because you’re not doing the job,” he added.
The first patients in Ophthalmosciences blockchain will be trained to perform a procedure in real time, using blockchain technology to provide the information needed.”
We want to be able to track that, in real-time, where everything goes wrong, to have that information on file for us to know how to fix it,” Dr. Ophthalma said.
He said blockchain technology will help improve the quality of care and also provide a platform for doctors to connect with patients.
The team is currently building out the first blockchain patient registry, and Dr. Kim Ophthalms co-founded a blockchain startup called Blocka.
Blocka is building a database of patients in the United States, Canada and around the world.
Oculars can now see the results of procedures without the need to go to the hospital.
The goal is to create a database that doctors can access in realtime, and patients can access the data for them.
Dr Ophthalmar will also help develop software for doctors and patients to use.
He is also developing an algorithm for determining the best times for an eye procedure, which will be used to improve patient outcomes.”
Our technology will allow doctors to make an educated decision about a procedure,” Dr Ophthalmm said.”
When I was a patient, I would be like, ‘How do I get the best view of the procedure?’
Now I can just click on the app, and I can see exactly what I need to see.
“He hopes to launch the first clinic in North America in 2019.
The blockchain will not be a substitute for the medical team or the patient’s doctor.
The blockchain will provide the doctors with the information they need to make a good judgment about a patient’s health and safety.
The technology also has a lot of potential for other fields, such as education.
Dr. Kim Ophthalmas research at the University of Miami is focused on using blockchain to reduce duplication in clinical settings.
Dr Kim’s research group, which he co-chaired, has created a tool to help doctors identify potential fraud in healthcare systems.”
If a system is failing, the way we get data to a doctor is by emailing it to them,” Dr Kim said.
Dr Ophmas believes that by building a registry of patient data in real times, the system will be more secure.”
The data is now available to anyone,” Dr Kym Ophthalmiks research team, which she co-chairs, said.
Dr Kim Ophms hopes that by using blockchain, he can help people who can’t afford to see a doctor, or are worried about financial security.
She also hopes the blockchain will make the medical community more transparent.