Blockchain-based healthcare platform to analyze wearable, nonwearable medical device data

Solve.Care, a global healthcare blockchain platform, has partnered with Cyber Physical Chain, a company that builds new infrastructure for "internet of things."

The two companies aim to bring internet of things capabilities to healthcare. Solve.Care and CPChain will combine data from wearable and nonwearable medical devices with administrative, medical and other systems data to improve healthcare outcomes.

Solve.Care hopes that by analyzing the different datasets it will bring about better results for patients, lower costs for healthcare systems and more effective ways to deliver care.

CPChain's distributed infrastructure will support data acquisition, storage, sharing and transacting, while Solve.Care will leverage blockchain technology to record and track the data.

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