BlackBerry teams up with Swiss digital health startup

05.10.2018 13:14
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ONEBIO is collaborating with Blackberry for a new blockchain solution for the ultra-secure sharing of data among all healthcare 'things'. An organization focused on ending the diagnostic odyssey for children with a rare disease will explore the new solution.

BlackBerry will be using its renowned carrier-grade network operation center (NOC) to power a blockchain digital ledger, provided by ONEBIO, to create an ultra-secure global ecosystem for the storing and sharing of medical data. For example, data could be inputted by patients, laboratories, and IoT biometric devices, and then anonymized so this data can be shared with researchers.

BlackBerry is offering this new secure blockchain solution for the first time to the Global Commission, an organization focused on ending the diagnostic odyssey for children with a rare disease. Co-chaired by Shire, the leading global biotech focused on rare diseases, one of the Global Commission's technology pilots will explore how BlackBerry's new solution might provide real-time, actionable analysis as the Commission seeks to use technology to shorten the time to diagnosis.   

ONEBIO is a company founded in 2018 and based at Technopark Luzern. Its digital ledger provides a high security platform for all stored customer health data.

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