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Blockchain in Healthcare: The Interplay of Trust and Policy

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TW1.1.04

London School of Economics and Political Sciences

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E16HQ

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'Blockchain in Healthcare: The Interplay of Trust and Policy' is a panel discussion organised to bring about the knowledge on blockchain and its use in healthcare, policy and ethical implications. The intend is not just to highlight the technical advantages of blockchain in healthcare but also highlight the other challenges related to data security, data sharing policy and ownership concerns. Our panel is a balanced mix of experts from technology, health-tech expert, eHealth, policy and innovation.

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Mohammed Tayeb: Mo Tayeb is the Co-Founder and Chief Operations Officer of Medicalchain. He is a graduate from Brunel University from where he obtained a degree in e-commerce. He also holds an Executive MBA from University of Oxford, Saïd Business School.

Hazem Danny Al-Nakib: Chief innovation officer & executive adviser of Humaniq and partner at Deep Knowledge Ventures will be a guest speaker and share the present and possible future applications of blockchain especially in the financial industry and other areas at Cambridge Network.

Dr Ela Klecun: Assistant Professor of Information Systems, Department of Management - LSE. Expertise - Health information systems and telehealth; evaluation of information systems; application of critical theory in information systems; sociotechnical approaches to IS; digital exclusion and e-literacy. She received both her MSc and PhD from LSE.

Antonio Cordella: Associate Professor in Management, Department of Management (LSE). Dr. Cordella has an undergraduate degree in Political Science from the University of Bologna and a PhD in Information Systems from the University of Gothenburg. He is an Associate Professor in the Department of Management and member of the Information Systems and Innovation Faculty Group. His current research focuses on ICT in the Public Sector, with specific attention on e-government and the associated institutional changes.

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London School of Economics and Political Sciences

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