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At Embleema, we are committed to improve patient lives by using cutting-edge technology.

Press Release: March 1, 2018

 Embleema Inc. announces that Adel B. Al-Saleh, Member of the Board of Management of Deutsche Telekom AG and CEO of T-Systems will join its Advisory Board effective immediately.

Press Release: December 21, 2017

 Embleema Inc. announces the formation of its Advisory Board and the appointment of two members effective immediately: Frédéric Duchesne, President and CEO of Pierre Fabre Pharmaceuticals; and Bernard Gilly, Ph.D., Founder and President of iBioNext.

Video: Why PatientTruthTM

 Reproducibility, data sharing, personal data privacy concerns and patient enrolment in clinical trials are huge medical challenges for contemporary clinical research.

Public Github Repository

This repository contains 16 modules related to the smart contracts and associated .js modules developed during our prototype in 2017. It also contains .xlsx with module description.

Article: How does Blockchain let patients own their data?

 One thing we have discovered in this age of social media is that data is a valuable commodity. While many of us thought we were getting emails for free, social media pro bono, or that doctors & pharmacists were storing our health data as part of all inclusive packages, we must face the fact that we are actually letting platforms sell our data, while being kept out of the sale.

Article: Blockchain Will Revolutionize the Medical Industry – Here’s How

 Blockchain may not have a cure for cancer just yet. But it can add a much-needed layer of efficiency, privacy, and security to our lives and just make the whole painful process of going to the doctor’s a little easier to swallow. Let’s take a closer look.

Article: 3 ways blockchain can restore trust in digital health

 From the Equifax’s breach that compromised the credit information of 143 million Americans to the abusive data collection of 50 million Facebook accounts to influence the US presidential elections, a recent stream of scandals has cast a shadow of public defiance over the ability of platforms to protect our privacy.

Article: Is blockchain a good fit for health?

 It might not seem like a perfect fit at first sight, but interest in using blockchain in healthcare has never been higher. Out of every sector investigating applications for blockchain, health is by far the most active. IBM estimates that around 16% of healthcare executives globally are experimenting with blockchain technology, which is a higher proportion than in finance and banking.

Article: The government wants to free your health data. Will that unleash innovation?

 In health care, breakthrough cures are no longer just hidden in the innumerable mysteries of biology and chemistry. Increasingly, they are locked away in a place even harder to access: electronic patient records. These files could help establish which patients, with which backgrounds and disease characteristics, respond best to certain therapies — secrets that are often carefully guarded in service of patient privacy, and private profit.

Article: Embleema enabling patient-driven Medical Records

 Healthcare sector is growing by leaps and bounds with the adoption of innovative technologies. By offering scalable and interoperable solutions, healthcare technologies have transformed the way healthcare is administered, both from a care and finance perspective.

Article: It's About Time. Blockchain Set to Transform Medical Records Distribution

How frustrated do you get when you have to fill out the same medical forms over and over and over again any time you visit a new clinic or even just enter a new calendar year?

Article: Will Blockchain Transform Healthcare?

A few years ago, as a senior executive at a global healthcare data and consulting firm based in Shanghai, I was intrigued the first time I heard about Blockchain. Here’s a secure, distributed database technology rapidly maturing in the finance industry, coming out from the shadows of the dark web into a mainstream digital technology.

Article: Does Blockchain Work with HIPAA?

HIPAA enforces the patient’s right for privacy and aims at protecting sensitive health information from unauthorized disclosure and access. For a software company handling PHI, complying to HIPAA means implementing a broad set of rules encompassing both technical safeguards to be embedded in the software solution itself and administrative measures to be included in the company’s organization and processes.

Article: Why Kylie Jenner's tweets matter

Combining the real-life PGHD with clinical data produced by healthcare providers in EMRs and genomics databases would offer providers and researchers an incredibly powerful data repository to improve treatment outcomes, preventive care and discover innovative, highly targeted treatment options beyond the healthcare product.