This article was first published on Loom Network - Medium
New Focus on Enterprise Data — An Overview
As mentioned in our previous article, we are pivoting Loom Network services away from under-capitalized dapp developers toward enterprise solutions for healthcare providers and government departments.
In the next few articles, we’ll be laying out our new plan for you. And this first post gives an overview of some of the use cases we’ll be focusing on.
It all begins with building out optimized services for healthcare providers and government departments in Thailand — to allow storage, secure access, sharing, and overall streamlining of clinical and administrative data.
Government departments and hospitals in Thailand are still very reliant on paper documents. And there are many types of documents that need to be physically transferred to the central government after being certified at hospitals, e.g. vendor billing docs.
This naturally comes with a host of downsides when handling sensitive information: security issues, transport issues, and risk of loss or damage — not to mention high costs, storage space requirements, and environmental damage.
In an effort to bring more speed, efficiency, and security to such document workflows, we aim to move many of these on-chain. Loom Network’s enterprise platform will provide custom document storage and management services that cater to various use cases in the healthcare and government sectors.
Accessible data means better care for patients.
There are certain types of private documents that must only be shared between specific hospitals and patients, meaning patients often have to physically bring their medical records from one hospital to another.
Example use case: Alice sees a specialist in one hospital to get a diagnosis for her medical condition, to which the specialist suggests a surgical procedure. Alice is not sure surgery is the best option, so she decides to get a second opinion from another specialist in a different hospital. Currently, she has to ask ...
To keep reading, please go to the original article at:
Loom Network - Medium