2nd Blockchain in Health Symposium | 101 Blockchains

2nd Blockchain in Health Symposium

Blockchain in Healthcare Symposium is going to take place in Abu Dhabi, 29th Feb 2020. The event is going to cover the massive opportunity in the healthcare industry with blockchain technology. Almost every section of healthcare will change, including medical records, supply chains, and the ability to do distributed payments. Blockchain technology offers the ability for the healthcare industry to solve the problems and make the most out of the new technology.

With the healthcare industry growing rapidly, blockchain is going to save billions of dollars per year. The data has been revealed by the BIS Research, and according to them, by 2025, the healthcare industry can save up to $100-$150 billion annually. That’s why The Blockchain in Healthcare Symposium aims to understand how blockchain can be used to revolutionize the healthcare industry. You will learn from the best blockchain experts who are using blockchain as a tool to improve the healthcare industry.


  • 20+ speakers
  • 300+ attendees
  • 10+ exhibitors
  • 4+ networking sessions


The topics that are going to be discussed in the symposium include the following:

  • Healthcare data
  • Healthcare supply chain
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Telemedicine
  • Startups and investments
  • Cybersecurity
  • Digital medicine


They are inviting new speakers to share their know-how at the event. Some of the 2018 speakers include the following

  • Dr. Shabeer Nellikode, Mohammad Bin Rashid School of Government, Assistant Professor of Health Policy
  • Ahmed Salman Al Bader, Sihatech.com, CEO and Co-Founder
  • Dr. Ash Kumar, Lucidum, Chief Scientific Officer and Co-Founder
  • David Galea, Beat Limited, CEO
  • Dr. Ruchi Dass, HealthCursor Consulting Group, Executive Director
  • Varun N Panjwani, Media Plus Services PTE Ltd, CEO


The ticket pricing of the Blockchain In Healthcare Symposium is not yet revealed. We will update this page once they release pricing details. So, we suggest bookmarking 101Blockchains.com for continuous updates.