Blockchain Revolution Series: VitalHub Corp Launches Blockchain-Based Toolkit For Coronavirus Screening Electronically

As the total reported death cases exceeds day by day due to the deadly contagious coronavirus, almost all businesses have halted as the major markets have been locked down.

The Economist Intelligence Unit reckons the cyclical effects of this pandemic turmoil and revises its baseline forecast for many major economies, especially, with China’s real GDP growth in 2020 is likely to dip to 5.4%, from 5.9% currently—and now poses a risk to the global economic outlook. 

Hence, the emergence & essentiality of the blockchain technology is felt with an objective of eliminating this growing risk.

VitalHub Corp, which is a Canadian blockchain-based company, has made announcement that they deploy blockchain technology to launch toolkit for coronavirus screening. A region of Waterloo-owned long-term care facility called ‘Sunny Side Home’ uses these tools. 

As per the Sunnyside Home’s requisition, it has resulted in the development of DOCit which is a blockchain-based application that screens the COVID-19 symptoms in the patients.

Coronavirus data is collected from a wide set of public data, including data from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO)

With the cognisance of efficient utilization of blockchain technology during health emergency conditions, the developer of Blockchain-driven applications, Acoer has also come up with a tracker tool for ‘Contagious FatalCoronavirus’ which is the data visualization tool. 

The tool has been designed & developed by name of ‘HashLog data visualization engine’, that networks with Hedera Hashgraph’s distributed ledger technology in real-time. This facilitates scientists, researchers, and journalists to understand the spread of the coronavirus and its trends over time through visuals presented on Acoer’s HashLog dashboard. 

VitalHub develops mission-critical technology solutions for Health and Human Services providers in the Mental Health (Child through Adult), Long Term Care, Community Health Service, Home Health, Social Service and Acute Care sectors. 

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