To bridge the skill gap in this area, universities all over the world are working with private companies to provide blockchain-related training programs, according to Donika Kraeva, strategic communications manager at Dentacoin.
Blockchain technology has the potential to change the healthcare industry, placing the patient, at the center of the system by providing added security, privacy and interoperability to health data and payments, writes Donika Kraeva, strategic communications manager for Dentacoin.
In blockchain, a dispersed network of stakeholders takes over the previous owners of such services. These providers and users not only own but maintain the services that are powered by the blockchain. They also get to share the profits that are produced by the services, contends Donika Kraeva, communications manager at Dentacoin.
Tailoring company objectives to customers’ changing expectations is no longer a choice. Customer loyalty programs are not just the source of bringing repeated business but also the determinant of the future key players across all industries, writes Donika Kraeva, Communications Manager at Dentacoin Foundation, Netherlands.