Secure, decentralized medical records
We give patients more control over their medical data, while facilitating researchers' access to resources.
OpenMed uses blockchain technology to create a user-centric network of crowdsourced medical data, to enable patients to data ownership and security, while providing vast amounts of anonymous health data to researchers and practitioners.
Consumer data is worth billions, yet individuals have little control over how it is used.
Consumers’ obscure day-to-day activities are capitalistic opportunities for profit-driven corporations—resulting in privacy abuse, manipulative ads, and volatile insurance costs. Leaking medical data would be even more disastrous for regular individuals.
This is where OpenMed comes in. We’ve developed a secure blockchain platform that enables regular people to control their medical data.
OpenMed allows signups for two different types of users: patients and researchers. Patients’ medical records are stored and encrypted in a peer-to-peer network.
Using the RSA algorithm, public and private keys are generated for all users. This approach ensures that patients may selectively grant data access to researchers while blocking third parties and alleviating consumers’ concerns for data privacy.
Start of the OpenMed Platform Development.
Build out all current features outlined in infrastructure map.
Streamline integration of hashing algorithm & ETH smart contract.
Build out smart contracts and database for more use cases.
Revamp and streamline frontend application.
Integrate with Hyperledger Fabric, a modular blockchain framework.
Beta platform launch.
Mission: develop a scaled model of consumer-centric database networks that can be applied to any industry involving the use of consumer data.
We are a team of ambitious young innovators based in Toronto. We improve our knowledge of exponential technologies every day in hopes of leveraging them to impact billions.
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