We develop software that allows patient data to be shared to improve healthcare systems, healthcare products and healthcare services. But only with your say so. That’s why we put informed patient consent at the heart of all data sharing. Making integration a reality and fragmentation a thing of the past.
Health data is increasingly prolific yet it exists in many silos. Sharing this data for care or research is difficult, because we the patients are not in control of it. Often, data is not shared when it is needed. Or it is shared without our knowledge and permission. We miss out on a holistic view of our health.
Giving patients access, visibility and control over their health data using explicit and informed consent to drive data sharing delivers the right data, when and where it is needed. We harness certain unique qualities of distributed ledger technology to verify identity, store consent and create tamper-proof audit records of every data exchange. To ensure this crucial information is never altered, delayed or lost.
Putting you in control of your patient data. Full visibility over who can see what information and why it is needed.
Reduce the administrative burden on health and wellbeing practitioners by automating data transfer.
A fully encrypted and approved patient data transfer mechanism driven by explicit patient consent.
Create a seamless interaction between public, private and voluntary sector health and wellness providers.
The Ridge is excited to be working with Dovetail Lab to give patients control of their medical record, know how it is shared and with whom. Finally, a solution that is easy to use and gives our patients the confidence to share the right information with the right health professionals.
The blockchain system proposed by Dovetail Lab has the potential to finally deliver an integrated medical records access system that has long been recognised as being essential to providing seamless care within the NHS.
PKB is proud to work with Dovetail Lab’s pioneering blockchain technology to show patients their data from GP systems, and to make home recorded glucose measurements and medical information available from patient to GP.