Category Archives: A Reality Check on Blockchain for Payers

Let’s get started: Guidance for building a blockchain alliance

This is the 3rd blog in our series “A Reality Check on Blockchain for Payers” An interview with Lorraine Frias, senior director of strategic initiatives, Optum Blockchain works when organizations come together to share and audit information and automate common processes. But how do payers work together without risking their competitive positions? Lorraine Frias is […]
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Let’s be practical: Consider “here and now” uses for blockchain

This is the 2nd blog in our series “A Reality Check on Blockchain for Payers” An interview with Lorraine Frias, senior director of strategic initiatives, Optum, and Mike Jacobs, senior distinguished engineer for product engineering and data solutions, Optum. The reality is health care is an industry plagued by data silos. Until blockchain, no technology […]
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Let’s cut through the noise: Understand near-term and long-range uses for blockchain

This is the 1st blog in our series “A Reality Check on Blockchain for Payers” An interview with Lorraine Frias, senior director of strategic initiatives, Optum, and Mike Jacobs, senior distinguished engineer for product engineering and data solutions, Optum. As blockchain rapidly grows up, many speculate it will solve a lot of the data problems in […]
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