[ANN] MediBloc platform solution to be implemented in Kyung Hee Dental Healthcare Center(KHDHC)

Greetings from MediBloc!

We are proud to announce that we have completed developing a platform solution for Kyung Hee Dental Healthcare Center, opened in 15th of April 2019. Since the strategic partnership announcement, MediBloc and Kyung Hee University Dental Hospital have been coworking on the solution, the first platform solution in Korea to be implemented in a dental healthcare center.

The solution at KHDHC is a comprehensive dental examination system that covers from teeth and gum conditions to oral structure, dentofacial balance, and masticatory function. Using its cutting-edge devices including dental CT and 3D face scanner, KHDHC lays out a thorough treatment plan for each patient. The center offers joint treatment with orthodontists, endodontists, periodontists, prosthodontists,oral radiologists, and uses MediBloc platform to systematically examine and treat diseases that require joint treatment from physicians and surgeons.

Starting with the health data platform, MediBloc will integrate all its features with KHDHC’s solution, allowing patients to enjoy the unprecedented convenience of healthcare services.

Kyung Hee University Dental Hospital is the first private dental hospital in the country; dental university and hospital were founded in 1967 and 1971, respectively. Through MediBloc platform, KHDHC will improve healthcare experience and establish innovative health data platform.

All participants of MediBloc’s health data ecosystem can now enjoy unprecedented convenience of healthcare services through this solution at KHDHC.

We appreciate everyone’s continued support and don’t forget to check out KHDHC if you’re in the area!

MediBloc team

MediBloc is a blockchain-based health information platform. It is a patient-centric platform that stores health records and life logs on the blockchain and provides all necessary PHR of patients to healthcare professionals whenever they visit medical institutions. Furthermore, researchers can have access to, with the permission of patients, medical data which is currently limited to specific medical institutions.