Blockchain-Based Data Storage for Medical Test Results

Currently, medical certificates are issued by specialized institutions (health centers). Health centers, in turn, contact specialized labs for medical testing purposes.



Some health centers would like to have lab test results fixed such that they cannot be altered without being noticed and the result can be produced for comparative check.

New model

Our proposal implies using the Credits blockchain platform as data transmission medium. In this case, the following features of blockchain will play a special role: data immutability, long-term data storage, distributed access, data protection option.


Integrity of the results received from labs

The possibility of mutual checks by health centers.

Greater confidence of regulators in system participants

Storing complete and consistent information about all conducted medical tests.

The possibility of checking information provided by an employee.

The ease of auditing the work done by health centers and labs.

Blockchain - new opportunities for the medical industry


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Why Credits?

We have created a unique blockchain platform which makes it possible to adopt blockchain technology in a variety of existing industries

A unified protocol for issuing, storing and transferring various types of assets

Infrastructure on a distributed network with a public registry

Accounts system with public and private keys

Set of security systems

Built-in programming language for creating services

Contact Us

We have a strong team of programmers and support offering:

Consultations on how to use technologies

Help with PoC (proof of concept) and MVP development

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