Welcome and Opening Statements
A reminder to all HC-SIG members that this meeting is being recorded
Reading of the Linux Foundation Antitrust Policy
Hyperledger Antitrust Slide
Discussion: request for note-taking for this meeting
In attendance:Rich Bloch (recording)BrianAlan Bachmannbrian.garfinkelChad SmithErika BKamlesh NagwareKenneth JensenLucy deWahlmark.krapelsMatthew.NixNeil.MortonnisargRobert Coli, MDSteven ElliottVipin BharathanWalter MontesWendy CharlesZaki Alam...+2 additional phone numbers
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Share with us your interests in healthcare in general, and blockchain technologies in specific
Academic research engagement request for anyone with active production-level blockchain technologies solutions
Michel Rauchs and colleague Apolline Blandin at the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance (CCAF), an academic research centre at Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, are developing the second edition of their Global Blockchain Benchmarking Study, an empirical study analysing the enterprise blockchain ecosystem.
If you and your company have live enterprise blockchain networks that have already been deployed into production, please contact Michel or Apolline for possible inclusion in this important study
Brian Bentow, Head of Innovation at InstaMed will be presenting on the work that he and his team have been doing as it relates to the development of an open-source Hyperledger Fabric solution (Github project link here) for use in the healthcare industry
Presentation slides (PDF)
Scheduled for Friday, 2019.05.17, 0700 Pacific Time
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