Blockchain for Healthcare Development Company


Manage patient data with precision and privacy, ensure critical health information is accessible when it's needed the most, and leverage other benefits of Web3 with Devox’s custom blockchain solutions for healthcare development.

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Blockchain for Healthcare Development Services

It’s possible to apply blockchain in medical field in a way to tackle a number of earlier existing pains and provide technological solutions for each of them. Learn what Devox can help you with.

  • Patient Data Management

    Store health records on blockchain with each entry timestamped and unalterable once recorded, ensuring data integrity and preventing unauthorized alterations. You will empower patients to control who can access their health data, enhancing privacy and compliance with data protection regulations. Our developers will create a secure infrastructure for storing and managing electronic health records (EHRs) on a blockchain, ensuring the system supports data encryption and is compliant with healthcare regulations (like HIPAA).

  • Supply Chain Management

    Boost transparency and traceability of medical supplies and pharmaceuticals. You will prevent theft, counterfeiting, and tampering with medications and medical devices. You will also facilitate recalls and tracking of products’ lifecycles, ensuring that only safe and approved items are used in patient care. During development, we make tailored smart contracts that automatically update the ledger at each step of the supply chain, which is how transparency is provided.

  • Clinical Trials and Research

    Leverage blockchain smart contracts’ security and integrity to elevate the experience of clinical trials and medical research. As data from clinical trials is recorded on blockchain, it becomes tamper-proof and time-stamped, preventing retrospective alterations that could compromise the study’s validity. We build a system that safely stores this data, employing smart contracts that manage consent and compliance with trial protocols.

  • Medical Credentialing

    Streamline the medical credentialing process by providing a single, immutable record of a healthcare professional’s qualifications, certifications, and career history that can be accessed and verified by hospitals, clinics, and regulatory bodies in a moment’s time. Apart from the decentralized database, our devs will work on interfaces and APIs for real-time verification of credentials by hospitals and clinics, reducing the administrative burden and potential for fraudulent qualifications.

  • Health Insurance Claims Processing

    Automate and secure the health insurance claims process through smart contracts that execute tasks like verification of claims, calculation of reimbursements, and payment processing based on predefined rules and criteria. You will leverage a level of transparency that minimizes potential fraud and lets all the related parties (providers, insurers, and patients) track the status and history of claims in real time.

  • Consent Management

    Ensure compliance with regulations like GDPR and HIPAA and give patients greater control over their personal information with ease: with a tailored user interface for patients, blockchain can serve as a solution for latter to grant, deny, or revoke consents, with a firm ensurance these consents are logged immutably. During development, Devox also integrates these systems with existing healthcare databases to enforce the consents in real-time.

  • Internet of Medical Things (IoMT)

    Devox professionals can integrate IoT with blockchain, forming the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) to enhance the security and reliability of data from connected medical devices. These solutions ensure that data from devices like wearable health monitors or embedded sensors (heart rate monitors, glucose monitors, etc.) can be securely collected, stored, and shared via blockchain.


Benefits of Custom Blockchain for Healthcare Development

Blockchain technology for healthcare helps address medical and treatment industries’ historical paints and live up to the Hippocratic oath better: they tackle complexities regarding medical secret, patient’s convenience, security and compliance.

  • Medical Secrecy and Privacy Empowered

    Reduce the risk of large-scale data breaches and protect patient data from cyber threats, fostering confidentiality and security. The decentralized nature of blockchain means there is no central point of failure, while its inherent design employs advanced cryptography to secure data, making it extremely difficult for unauthorized parties to alter or access sensitive information.

  • Have Your Data Reliable

    Make use of blockchain’s immutable nature to maintain the integrity of medical records, lab results, and clinical trial data, ensuring that all healthcare decisions are based on reliable and unaltered information. once data is entered, it cannot be altered, providing a verifiable and permanent record; it also helps prove medical credentialing, minimizing the risk of fraudulent credentials entering the healthcare system and ensuring that only qualified professionals provide care.

  • Make Your Information Operable

    Contribute to the continuity of care and communication between various healthcare systems, especially for patients visiting multiple specialists or transferring their care to a new facility. By using a standardized, unchangeable ledger to store health records, blockchain enables different healthcare providers to access accurate and up-to-date patient information securely. It facilitates a seamless exchange of information, eliminating inconsistencies and gaps in patient health records.

  • Eliminate Unnecessary Expensiveness

    Make numerous administrative processes in healthcare, such as billing, medical records management, and compliance with regulations simpler. By automating these processes with smart contracts, blockchain minimizes the need for intermediaries and reduces manual handling, which can be time-consuming and prone to errors. You will not just cut down administrative costs but also speed up transactions like insurance claims processing, harnessing more efficient healthcare delivery.

  • Empower the Patient

    Provide a patient-centered approach that not only enhances privacy but also engages patients more actively in their healthcare management. Blockchain gives patients more control over their medical records, allowing them to manage who has access to their health data and for what purpose. It aligns with global trends towards personalized medicine and informed consent, where patients are becoming key decision-makers in their treatment plans.

  • Keep it Honest

    The transparency and auditability of blockchain reduce opportunities for fraud in healthcare, particularly in billing and insurance claims. Each transaction on a blockchain is recorded transparently and cannot be changed, which makes it easy to track and verify. This helps prevent fraudulent activities such as billing for non-rendered services or duplicating claims, thereby saving costs and increasing trust among all stakeholders.

  • Harness Full Regulatory Compliance

    Comply with stringent data protection laws, such as HIPAA in the U.S. or GDPR in Europe, easily by design. Compliance is simplified as blockchain's features naturally align with many of the principles these regulations advocate, such as data integrity, security, and patient's rights to access their own medical record - all growing from transparent and immutable record-keeping processes.

Key Features

Key Features of Custom Blockchain for Healthcare


Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT)

At the heart of blockchain is the distributed ledger, a decentralized database maintained by multiple participants (nodes) in different locations. This ledger records all transactions across the network in a transparent and immutable manner, making it nearly impossible to alter data once it has been recorded.



Blockchain uses advanced cryptographic techniques to secure data transactions. Each transaction is encrypted and linked to the previous transaction using cryptographic hashes. This ensures that data within the blockchain remains secure and tamper-proof.


Consensus Mechanisms

To validate transactions, blockchain networks employ consensus mechanisms, which are protocols that ensure all nodes in the network agree on their validity. Common consensus mechanisms used in healthcare blockchains include Proof of Work (PoW), Proof of Stake (PoS), and Practical Byzantine Fault Tolerance (PBFT).


Smart Contracts

These are self-executing contracts with the terms of the agreement directly written into code. In healthcare, smart contracts can automate many processes such as claims processing, compliance management, and data access agreements, reducing the need for intermediaries and enhancing efficiency.


Peer-to-Peer Network

Blockchain operates over a peer-to-peer network where each participant (node) holds a copy of the entire ledger, contributes to data validation, and can independently verify and audit transactions. This decentralized nature enhances data security and accessibility.


Identity Verification

Ensuring that only authorized users can access the network is crucial in healthcare. Blockchain incorporates robust identity verification mechanisms to manage and verify user identities, which is essential for maintaining data privacy and compliance with regulations like HIPAA.


Data Encryption

To protect sensitive medical data, blockchain employs data encryption techniques. Data is encrypted before being stored on the blockchain, ensuring that only authorized individuals can access it, even if they gain access to the physical storage.


Interoperability Standards

For healthcare applications, blockchain systems need to adhere to existing healthcare data standards such as HL7, FHIR, and DICOM. These standards ensure that the system can effectively communicate and exchange data with other healthcare systems and technologies.

Our Process

Our Blockchain for Healthcare Development Process

When we develop applications of blockchain in healthcare, our team complies with HIPAA and GDPR, as well as provide compliance on an architecture level. See our development process in more detail.


01. Requirement Analysis

To deliver a tailored solution, we first identify the specific needs and challenges of the healthcare application or system that blockchain aims to solve. This process engages stakeholders including healthcare providers, patients, insurers, and regulators to gather comprehensive requirements. Our team defines the scope and objectives of the blockchain application, ensuring alignment with healthcare regulations and standards,and moves on to the feasibility study.


02. Feasibility Study

Devox conducts a feasibility analysis to assess the technical and economic viability of implementing a blockchain solution. During this process, we evaluate the potential benefits against the costs and complexity of development and maintenance. We also determine the appropriate blockchain architecture (public, private, or consortium) based on the privacy, security, and scalability needs.


03. Design and Architecture

Our architects design the blockchain infrastructure, including the choice of blockchain platform (e.g., Ethereum, Hyperledger Fabric) and the design of the network architecture. They develop the data model afterward and identify how data will be stored, accessed, and managed on the blockchain. Then, it’s time to design smart contracts for automating workflows and processes such as data sharing, claims management, and consent management.


04. Prototype Development

We’re refining the core features of the blockchain solution to ensure it effectively meets the complex needs of healthcare systems without compromising on performance and security. We build a prototype to test the core functionality and feasibility of the blockchain application, using it then to refine the design based on feedback and performance issues. To test its functionality, we integrate it with mock data that simulates real-world healthcare scenarios, such as dummy patient records or simulated medication tracking, to observe how the blockchain manages data transactions, maintains security, and ensures data privacy and integrity.


05. System Integration and Testing

When the system is ready, we integrate the blockchain solution with existing healthcare systems (e.g., electronic health records, management information systems). We ensure compatibility and interoperability with other systems and technologies. The necessary part of this stage is performing rigorous testing, including unit testing, integration testing, and performance testing to ensure system reliability, security, and compliance.


06. Implementation and Deployment

Deploy the blockchain solution in a controlled, phased manner. We are transitioning the fully developed and tested blockchain solution from a controlled testing environment to live operational settings. Our team monitors the deployment to handle any integration issues and to ensure minimal disruption to existing systems.


07. Evaluation and Scaling

We continuously evaluate the performance and impact of the blockchain application. If required, we are troubleshooting technical issues, optimizing network performance, and ensuring that the blockchain integrates well with other healthcare technologies At your demand, we scale the solution across different departments or geographic locations based on the initial success and feedback.

  • 01. Requirement Analysis

  • 02. Feasibility Study

  • 03. Design and Architecture

  • 04. Prototype Development

  • 05. System Integration and Testing

  • 06. Implementation and Deployment

  • 07. Evaluation and Scaling

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  • Clutch


  • The Manifest

    The Manifest

  • DesignRush



  • Clutch


  • Clutch


  • AppFutura


  • Clutch


  • GoodFirms


  • DesignRush


  • UpWork


  • Professional Scrum Master™ II (PSM II)

    Professional Scrum Master™ II (PSM II)

  • Professional Scrum Product Owner™ I (PSPO I)

    Professional Scrum Product Owner™ I (PSPO I)

  • ITIL v.3 Foundation Certificate in IT Service Management

    ITIL v.3 Foundation Certificate in IT Service Management

  • ITSMS Auditor/Lead Auditor of ISO Standard 20000

    ITSMS Auditor/Lead Auditor of ISO Standard 20000

  • Microsoft Certified: DevOps Engineer Expert

    Microsoft Certified: DevOps Engineer Expert

  • Microsoft Certified: Azure Administrator Associate

    Microsoft Certified: Azure Administrator Associate

  • Quality Assurance ISTQB Foundation Level

    Quality Assurance ISTQB Foundation Level

  • Microsoft Certified Solution Develop (MCSD)

    Microsoft Certified Solution Develop (MCSD)

  • Java Development Certified Professional

    Java Development Certified Professional

  • JavaScript Developer Certificate – W3Schools

    JavaScript Developer Certificate – W3Schools

  • Certified Artificial Intelligence Scientist (CAIS)

    Certified Artificial Intelligence Scientist (CAIS)

  • Oracle Database SQL Certified Associate

    Oracle Database SQL Certified Associate

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  • What is blockchain technology and how does it benefit healthcare?

    Blockchain technology is a decentralized digital ledger that securely records transactions across multiple computers. In healthcare, it enhances data security, increases the integrity of medical records, and improves interoperability among different health systems.

    By using blockchain in healthcare, medical providers can ensure that patient data is private, consistent, and accessible only by authorized parties. This technology also reduces administrative costs and helps in maintaining compliance with health data protection regulations.

  • How can blockchain improve patient data management?

    Blockchain for healthcare data provides a secure and immutable platform for patient data management, ensuring that health records are accurate and tamper-proof. It enables a unified system where data from various healthcare providers can be stored and accessed securely by authorized personnel. Patients can control who accesses their data, improving privacy and compliance with data protection regulations. Additionally, blockchain’s decentralized nature eliminates single points of failure, enhancing data availability and reliability.

  • What are smart contracts and how are they used in healthcare blockchain applications?

    Smart contracts are self-executing contracts with the terms of the agreement directly written into lines of code. In healthcare, smart contracts automate processes such as billing, claims management, and consent management, reducing manual intervention and errors. They help enforce agreements automatically when predefined conditions are met, ensuring transparency and efficiency. This automation not only speeds up administrative processes but also reduces the potential for fraud and disputes.

  • Can blockchain be integrated with existing healthcare systems?

    Yes, blockchain can be integrated with existing healthcare systems. It is designed to enhance, not replace, current systems by improving data integrity and security. Integration involves connecting blockchain networks with electronic health records (EHRs), insurance claims processing systems, and other healthcare management systems. This allows for seamless data exchange and interoperability, helping healthcare providers deliver more coordinated and patient-centered care.

  • What about the privacy and security of health data on blockchain?

    Blockchain is inherently secure thanks to its cryptographic encryption techniques and decentralized structure, making it highly resistant to tampering and cyber threats. Each transaction on a blockchain is encrypted and linked to the previous transaction, adding an additional layer of security.

    Moreover, blockchain can be configured to comply with healthcare regulations such as HIPAA in the U.S., ensuring that personal health information is handled with the highest standards of privacy and security. This makes it an ideal platform for managing sensitive health data securely.

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