The COVID-19 crisis has accelerated the need for people to have more access to and control over their data in order to effectively manage their health and care. In addition, care teams and other healthcare stakeholders need a more complete picture of individuals, across the care continuum, in order to provide the best possible experience. To achieve this transformation, organizations need to break free from traditional silos to collaborate across boundaries with the goal of providing a better experience for people and their caregivers.
In the wake of COVID-19, there is an increased urgency to find innovative technology solutions to help solve the challenges healthcare is facing. With its open, interoperable platform, blockchain technology supports data sharing and transparency while ensuring privacy. In this webinar, we will discuss how blockchain technology can remove friction, build trust and unlock new value in the healthcare industry to tackle the most pressing challenges.
Global VP of Blockchain & Payer
IBM Watson Health
Eric Piscini is Global VP of Blockchain and Payer for IBM Watson Health where he develops new business platforms and networks based on the latest innovative technologies. Before joining IBM, Eric was the Chief Executive Officer of Citizens Reserve, a blockchain technology startup. From 2013 to 2018, Eric was the global blockchain leader for Deloitte Consulting and the co-lead of the global blockchain and digital assets team. As part of his global function, Eric developed blockchain strategies and solutions for his clients and lead teams to bring blockchain technologies to reality.
Eric regularly speaks and writes on the business of blockchain. He has been interviewed in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Bloomberg Businessweek, Forbes, Off the chain podcast, American Banker and CoinDesk. He recently co-authored “Supply Chain meets blockchain” where he makes the case for transforming supply chain networks with blockchain. He also co-authored “Taking Blockchain Live: 20 Questions That Must Be Answered to Move Beyond Proofs of Concept,” which is informed by conversations with clients.
He earned a Masters in Computer Science from University of Paris VI, France and a Masters in Economics from Cergy-Pontoise, France.