Hedera Hashgraph Releases an Open-Source SDK & Partners with Certara to Improve Healthcare & Regulatory Sciences
Hedera Hashgraph, one of the DApp facilitators within the blockchain industry recently announced that it has released its Software Development Kit (SDK) in Java.
This move will enable Hedera platform users to leverage the network for Decentralized app creation while being under a safe environment given the SDK is Apache 2 licensed & open-source.
The new SDK kit by Hedera supports three important features in today’s modern crypto world; smart contracts, file storage & crypto coin operations. Hedera’s platform targets new developers seeking to join the DApp creation zone smoothly; the easiness of navigating this ecosystem allows users to familiarize with its API & other amazing features.
Hedera’s new SDK is quite advanced in terms of security options; users can easily generate their private and public keys to keep their coins safe besides operating smart contracts. The SDK is built in a user friendly manner that has guides on how one can navigate through the services offered by the kit.
The Certara & Hedera Partnership
Hedera’s prospects just got brighter following a partnership announcement made by Certara. The leader world evidence solutions, market access & real, regulatory science & model-informed developing of drugs said that it will be working with Hedera to improve its fundamental value.
Certara’s division of regulatory sciences is not a new comer in the field of creating distributed apps. The team is working on a couple of projects linked with healthcare & life sciences to improve the mode in which data is managed. This is expected to greatly improve the drug development arena in the near future as globalization continues to shape the international markets.
Snynchrogenix, the subdivision handling Certara’s regulatory sciences through its President, Kelley Kendle said that;
“We are experiencing a period of unprecedented growth in science and technology. The promise of distributed ledger technologies, such as those used by other highly regulated industries, including financial, legal and insurance, and now in life sciences, is to create an open, transparent and yet confidential infrastructure to reap the many benefits of that explosive growth.”
At the moment, Synchrogenix has already established its market presence by integrating a Proof-of-Concept (PoC) protocol for Hedera’s supply chain ecosystem. The move will enable to counter some of the challenges the drug industry is experiencing today; risk management will be made more efficient through information availability on the status of pharmaceutical drugs.
In doing so, the life sciences arena will attain its goal of supplying treatments to those in need.
The life sciences industry has been a recipient of Synchrogenix’s contribution for a while; the entity has provided the technical means to make regulations & transparency achievable. One of its major milestones was the 2015 launch of a subsidiary named ClinGenuity, a firm specializing in leveraging AI to extract important information & content generation at the same time.
Hedera’s Vice President of Global Business Dev, Jordan Fried, expressed optimism in his platform’s potential within the healthcare accountability wing;
“Highly regulated industries such as healthcare and life sciences are ripe for the accountability that distributed ledgers like Hedera can bring to their supply chain. We are delighted to be working with Certara to usher in a new era of visibility and transparency into a market that touches so many people’s lives every day.”
Today’s healthcare industry will greatly benefit from blockchain-oriented projects given the need to improve security on patients’ data. Furthermore, the digital era has brought a need for faster and more efficient services that can easily be achieved with the distributed ledger technology.
Hedera’s value addition to the regulatory sciences industry will be mostly in data management. The project is designed to provide secure ecosystems for the interaction of peers in the network, a big challenge in today’s healthcare regulatory systems.