Application of Block-Chain Technology in Healthcare Industry to Pursue COVID 19 Challenges

Mr. Chetan R. Pawar
2021 International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology  
In the year of 2019 coronavirus (COVID-19) start spreading in China, but at the starting of 2020 the pandemic of COVID-19 disease has uncontrolled spread and adversely affected the whole world. The rapid explosion and worldwide spread shows the constraints of our healthcare systems to handle public healthcare emergencies. an outsized amount of our healthcare system is centralized, so it can't provide important information about patients contact tracing, frauds in vaccination certificates,
more » ... g related data and medical supply related data. In such contexts innovative and newest technologies like blockchain have initiate as promising solutions for fighting with such situations like pandemic. By using blockchain technology we will combat pandemics by enabling early detection of patients, ensuring the orders of medical data and maintain reliable medical supply chain during pandemic. This study proposes a narrative innovative approach for handling challenges of (COVID-19) pandemic and contagion. This study proposes a Blockchain-based framework which investigate the chance of utilizing peer-to peer, time stamping, and decentralized storage advantages of blockchain to create a brand new system to verify and detect the unknown infected cases of COVID-19 (SARS COV-2) virus. The framework will enable to make sure citizens in addition as government to predict the infection risk of virus, to provide an efficient system able to support governments, healthcare experts, health related authorities and citizens to require critical decisions regarding infection and infection avoidance. this method consists of Blockchain Platform, Mobile application, closed-circuit television these components works together for detecting unknown infected patients and predict the infection risk of corona virus. to create decisions on vaccination and medical supply.
doi:10.22214/ijraset.2021.37294 fatcat:6hvg4pdwxzbqvd5e73qlp6owq4