Blockchain and Web3 in 2022: Where Are We?

This short discussion was recorded at HLTH 2022 conference in Las Vegas. John talks about: where is blockchain in 2022, what can we expect in the future, how it relate to web3, and what could NFT – non-fungible tokens do for healthcare.

On Building Better Healthcare Ecosystems

Hashed Health’s journey began in 2016 with a big bet on the power of collaboration in healthcare. We founded and built a company on the idea that by working together as an industry, we can truly innovate. At the time, it was a radical idea that focused on collaboration and trust. Since then the world has changed, […]

Welcome Back Distributed Health

It’s with great excitement that we’re welcoming back Distributed Health, one of the earliest and most well-known communities in the healthcare blockchain space. Distributed Health (“Distributed”) was born in 2016 from a community led by BTC Media and Hashed Health. Distributed quickly became the premier meeting place for the early leaders in the healthcare blockchain […]

Web3 & Healthcare

TLDR Web3 is a version of the Internet organized around individuals rather than centralized companies. It is based on open-source software and built by an open community of contributors. Web3 initiatives use blockchain-based tokens to allow an aligned digital community to share in a platform’s ownership, access, and governance. Web3 represents a step forward in […]

Health Unchained: Wherefore Art Thou, Provider?

Great conversation between Kyle Culver, Founder of Synaptic Health Alliance, and Ray Dogum on the Health Unchained podcast. Listen Here Description: Kyle Culver is the co-founder of Synaptic Health Alliance, an alliance of different health leaders sharing one common goal–to make create a trusted provider directory for the industry. Using the functions of blockchain technology, […]

How COVID-19 Accelerated the Transformation of the Healthcare Supply Chain

COVID-19 has been relentless for healthcare supply chain teams. A never-ending series of shocks have resulted in rising costs (the average ICU’s medical supplies increased in cost by 31.5% since 2019[i]) and decreasing fill rates (healthcare fill rates are resting at around 82%[ii]; the average hospital dealing with 800 to 1,000 backorders per day[iii]). These and other acute supply chain challenges make hospitals more dangerous places to receive care.[iv]

#542: Chris Dixon and Naval Ravikant

The Wonders of Web3, How to Pick the Right Hill to Climb, Finding the Right Amount of Crypto Regulation, Friends with Benefits, and the Untapped Potential of NFTs Listen here Sharing one of our favorite podcasts, where Chris Dixon and Naval join Tim Ferriss to discuss current and future use cases for Web3.