Thomas Jefferson University launches a course on medical blockchain

According to foreign media, Thomas Jefferson University announced the launch of the first postgraduate level course in the United States (which the agency claims) for the medical blockchain. Beginning in September, students will study a one-year course covering the privacy, ethics, and transparency of the healthcare industry, as well as the benefits of using blockchains in clinical trials and patient data for medical companies. The course consists of four three. The learning content of credits. Course instructor Mike McCoy said that the blockchain allows the health system to process certain information anonymously so that patient information is not compromised. This is something that has never been done before, because companies tend to compete for who owns the data.