Untangled Episode #2: Exploring eHealth

The full article was originally published by Casper Eicke Frederiksen on Medium. Read the full article here.

After a warm welcome of Untangled two weeks ago, we are ready to release the next episode of the podcast to keep you enlightened during the Holidays. And, make sure you enter the new year fit and healthy.

In the second episode of Untangled we are examining the current challenges residing in the healthcare sector. Specifically, we explore how the Tangle and distributed ledger technologies can ease the upcoming paradigm shift of truly digitalizing healthcare.

We are speaking to co-founders Andre Fialho and David Hawig from the healthcare start-up, PACT Care; Jakob Uffelmann, Director of Innovation at sundhed.dk, the public Danish eHealth portal and Navin Ramachandran, eHealth Lead in the IOTA Foundation. They all offer their different perspectives about this universally evolving sector.

Listen to the episode here:

Untangled | eHealth | Episode 2

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