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Entries by Patientory
How will 2017 be remembered? It was a year of monumental change across a variety of social and political spectrums. As for business and technology, it will no doubt go down in history as the year of the Token Sale. Hundreds of companies conducted Token Sale, and millions of dollars were raised for technologies that […]
Hard Work Pays Off For The Global Population Health Management Platform As Patientory Is Named Start-up Company of the Year At Metro Atlanta Chamber Awards & Health Tech Upstarter By Technology Association Of Georgia Atlanta – (November 07, 2017) – Blockchain healthcare company, Patientory, has today revealed that it has won two prestigious awards. The first […]
Premier technology investment conference to showcase the Southeast’s most promising technology companies ATLANTA – September 15, 2017 – Patientory announced today that it has been selected to present at Venture Atlanta 2017, the Southeast’s premier event for connecting technology innovation and investment capital. The 10th annual Venture Atlanta will be held October 11-12 at the College […]
The Linux Foundation’s open source blockchain project reaches 152 members SAN FRANCISCO, CA – (August 29, 2017) –The Patientory Foundation is delighted to announce that it has joined forces with Hyperledger to further advance healthcare and the blockchain ecosystem. As a partner in the new program, amidst recent partnerships with Dash and Blockchain Web Services provider BlockCypher, the Patientory […]
The Patientory Foundation is delighted to announce that it has joined a new grant program established by cryptocurrency Dash and Blockchain Web Services provider BlockCypher. As a partner in the new program, The Patientory Foundation will receive a grant to fund the integration of the Dash public blockchain with Patientory’s own private blockchain using BlockCypher […]
We hear it all the time: “People don’t want to own their own health data.” By and large, most healthcare experts dismiss the notion that patients and caregivers feel a need to own their health data. They claim that it’s too difficult and most would just as rather leave it in the hands of “the […]