Ontology and ALLIVE Partner to Create a Smart Healthcare Ecosystem
Public chain systems provider, Ontology has recently partnered up with healthcare services system, ALLIVE to rid the healthcare system of its flaws. The duo plans to eliminate wastage of resources by ensuring that every consumer gets access to treatments. The news has since been shared via Twitter in a post that read:
— Ontology (@OntologyNetwork) August 21, 2018
Based on the attached Medium post shared by the Ontology team, it seems like both parties believe issues such as “data islands and resource mismatches” are increasingly present. Unfortunately, this will not only result in comprised data security and privacy, but also in “a lack of an effective link of systems amongst most institutions.”
In forming the alliance, Ontology’s public chain technology and ALLIVE’s distributed medical services will be used to create the essential “links” that connect not only consumers but also healthcare professionals, which is considered the ultimate solution to prevent wastage of resources.
To make this a reality, the combined features will then be used to create three modules, namely that of OLIFE, OLIVIA and OLEAF – blockchain platforms in which health data will be housed. What makes this system far more decentralized is the fact that consumers are in control of their data. In other words, they choose what will be stored with the help of an “artificial intelligence doctor for all their needs.”
Ultimately, the combined efforts are said to result in an “immutable healthcare ecosystem, smart blockchain network and a healthy lifestyle tool,” as per the Ontology team.
Founder and CEO of ALLIVE, LIU Qikai has expressed high anticipation as to what the partnership will bring to the healthcare system. In particular, LIU said, “ALLIVE looks forward to promote blockchain technology applications in the healthcare industry with Ontology.”
Similarly, Founder of Ontology, LI Jun emphasized greatly on the need for an improved and scaled healthcare system, as it directly impacts lives. LI also hopes that the partnership will help to “effectively solve the problem of unequal distribution of medical data rights, transfers, medical records, and build a workable blockchain solution for the healthcare industry.”