Using Blockchain to Drive Business Value for an Enterprise Consortium

Hyperledger Seattle
Hyperledger Seattle
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Hyperledger Seattle Meetup welcomes David Houlding of Microsoft to discuss Using Blockchain to Drive Business Value for an Enterprise Consortium.

Beyond cryptocurrencies, crypto-tokens, ICO’s and fundraising, blockchain is making major inroads into multiple industries. Driven by compelling business values of improving efficiencies and reducing costs, business outcomes, engagement, and experiences this session goes deep into the enterprise applications of blockchain. It explores how to identify suitable use cases, and how to overcome key challenges from building consortiums, to tackling privacy, security, compliance, performance, integration, interoperability, and other challenges.

About the speaker:

David Houlding is the Principal Healthcare Lead on the Microsoft Azure Industry Experiences Team. David has more than 24 years of experience in healthcare spanning provider, payer, pharmaceutical, and life sciences segments worldwide, and has deep experience and expertise in blockchain, cloud computing, privacy, security, compliance, and AI / ML. David currently serves as Chair of the HIMSS Blockchain in Healthcare Task Force, and is an advisor to both the British Blockchain Association and Lifeboat Foundation.

HSM Star Rating for technical content: 2 Stars(*)



We're raffling off some great Hyperledger gifts at this presentation, including:

--A Hyperledger Sports Bottle (20 oz. stainless steel, and vacuum-insulated)

--A Hyperledger T-Shirt (very nice 100% cotton)



4:00 - 4:30 pm

- Welcome

- Community Announcements

4:30 - 5:30 pm

- Guest Presentation

5:30 - 6:00 pm

- Q&A Session

- Open Discussions

--Beverages and snacks will be served--



The HSM Star Rating (0 - 4 stars) is used to help gauge the level of technical content expected for a given presentation, and is as follows:

4 Stars: extremely technical content to be presented

3 Stars: very high technical content

2 Stars: moderate technical content

1 Star: low technical content to be presented

0 Stars: a non-technical presentation