Table of Contents
Chapter 1. A Systematic Literature Review on Implementing Blockchain Solutions in Healthcare and the Organisational Consequences
(George Garritsen, Jan Veuger and Petra C. de Weerd-Nederhof-Head Lecturer in Business Economics/Business Administration, Graduation coordinator, Saxion University of Applied Sciences School of Commerce and Entrepreneurship, the Netherlands), et al.
Chapter 2. Blockchain in Healthcare
(Jan Veuger and Harry Woldendorp-Saxion University of Applied Sciences, School of Finance and Accounting, School of Creative Technology, School of Governance, Law and Urban Development,
Hospitality Business School, School of Commerce and Entrepeneurship, School of People and Society, The Netherlands), et al.
Chapter 3. Transformation of Elderly Care and Impact of Digitalization
(Harry Woldendorp- Knowlegde Partner Research Group Blockchain, Saxion University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands)
“The book offers a very complete and integral view of the meaning of “blockchain-technology” in health care. Not only with respect to the system of health care but more specific in the delivery of care. This meaning is very great in the “technological sense,” as well as for the organization of health care and the roles of responsibilities of the different stakeholders. This concerns not only administrative, logistic, record-processes, but also the care-processes and the quality and efficiency of the delivered care. That great impact is relevant for the care-organization, the clients, the care-professionals, and for external-stakeholders, like health insurance-companies and the local and national authorities. The book has also given attention to the great problem of increasing administrative tasks for clients and professionals. Block-chain has a great impact in lowering these, partly needless, administrative tasks. The book is not only very interesting for the healthcare but also in other parts of the economy.” – Dr. Guus van Montfort, Board member and professor in health care and education