HEX Innovation signed a partnership deal with the University of Perpetual Help Dalta Medical Center in the Philippines to share information in the development of a blockchain-focused healthcare platform.
The main focus of this partnership is to work on blockchain-focused healthcare platform development in addition to supporting infrastructure for platform advancement and the expansion of medical data and radiation dose knowledge.
The agreement came after HEX Innovation chief executive officer Sammy Kwok led a Philippine roadshow targeting the country’s top health officials as well as major hospitals in Manila.
HEX doesn’t just work with “any” hospital. They try their best to partner up with established and well known hospitals.
UPHDMC is a wise choice as a partner because the hospital holds a Level 4 hospital grade and is regarded as one of the best hospitals in the Philippines with qualified services.
Philippines healthcare exploring blockchain
This isn’t the first time we’ve seen healthcare companies in the Philippines experiment with blockchain. Another Filipino healthcare company called Cool Kids entered into a partnership with Boston-based SimplyVital Health blockchain group to identify opportunities in healthcare.
The partnership with SimplyVital Health allows Cool Kids to tap the HIPAA-compatible Health Nexus protocol, which aims to identify Philippine healthcare opportunities with the highest impact.
HEX Innovation has been expanding their partnership across the globe as well. They announced it had inked a deal with South Korean healthcare platform Carelabs to collaborate on medical data services advancement, consultation services for personal healthcare management operations and development, and other healthcare related initiatives.