Re: Using Fabric for COVID-19 Tracking + Open Source Implementation

Nick Frunza
 

Ho do you intend to enter data, do you have access to the testing labs?, or from the testing machines? otherwise who knows what data will be entered.



On Tue, May 5, 2020 at 5:26 PM Lauren Fournier <lfournier@...> wrote:
The tracking and dissemination of patient testing data amid COVID-19 is an excellent use case for a permissioned Hyperledger Fabric blockchain.

My team just published Tracking Lab Results Better With Blockchain Technology (no-registration-needed white paper). It describes a blockchain implementation we built for a near real-time, single source of truth for virus lab results—and why it's a better solution for this use case than a traditional data-sharing model.

We just open-sourced the Fabric blockchain implementation it uses as an example (Apache 2.0). All its code is on Github via three open-source projects:
If you're interested, there are also some more details about the virus tracker here. It was a blast to develop!
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