BP Batam Involved on Batam Medical Blockchain Seminar in Singapore
BP Batam involved on Batam Medical Blockchain (BMB) seminar in Singapura at Deloitte Office. This event initiated by dClinic & Deloitte Southest Asia.
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TRIBUNBATAM.id - Batam Business Entity (BP) Member Syahril Japarin appreciated the implementation of Batam Medical Blockchain (BMB) seminar on Saturday (11/02/2019).
This seminar received the attention of Singaporean businessmen and government, both Indonesia and Singapore.
According to Syahril, Batam Medical Blockchain (BMB) seminar was widely seen as a huge success for the health industry innovation.
"Batam medical blockchain offers ideas, innovations or solutions for governments and businesses in health innovation with Healthcare Blockchain," Syahril said, in BP Batam Public Relations release received by Tribun on Tuesday (11/05/2019).
For Indonesian scale, Batam is the only region that will implement Blockchain technology in hospitals.
The signing of collaboration was carried out last July followed by several other activities.
From this collaboration, the target is Batam can seize market share from abroad for health care centers.
In front of Singapore Government Blockchain Association (GBA) VIP guests, Richard also invited health professionals, consumers and professional care teams to take advantage of BMB.
"BMB has the potential to help Batam government and Indonesia make big savings on their growing health care budget. In addition, BMB will help the public and consumers get positive health care outcomes through engagement based on believable, reliable and available health service data through BMB, "said Richard Satur.
He believes that since the signing of Blockchain Healthcare project with value of US $ 140 million in Batam last July, there have been significant developments.
This BMB seminar, dClinic also invited other Blockchain organizations to see how they can be integrated into BMB Eco-System.
At the end, it is expected to help provide greater value to the people of Indonesia and Singapore, and finally to the wider ASEAN region.
In line with Richard Satur, Managing Director of dClinic Indonesia, Stephen Moo encouraged organizations and providers of health service applications to integrate into BMB through the available APIs.
"Active and expansive Health Service Systems and Applications integrated into BMB will lead to more evidence-based health and fitness services for ASEAN region," said Mr Moo.
"Batam as a pioneer of Blockchain will advance and have a good impact on Indonesia and of course ASEAN, especially in the field of medical tourism and other special services such as IVF," he said.
Deloitte Southeast Asia provides Governance and PMO for BMB Program. dClinic is building BMB based on its Private Healthcare Blockchain (PHB) platform.
BP Batam is the main supporter for this project. RSBP Batam partnered with dClinic to provide a delivery mechanism for consumers, health care organizations, professional clinical teams and care to interact through BMB.
While BP Batam's Data and Information System (PDSI) Center provides support to Deloitte Southeast Asia and dClinic, also to help create Batam Blockchain Infrastructure. (tribunbatam.id / Roma Uly Sianturi)
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