Year 2020, Volume , Issue 19, Pages 533 - 538 2020-08-31

Blokzincir Teknolojisinin Sağlık Bilgi Sistemlerinde Kullanımı
Blockchain for health information systems

Mehmet AYDAR [1] , Salih Cemil ÇETİN [2]


Blokzincir, şifrelenmiş bilginin zincir halindeki bloklar içerisinde dağıtık olarak saklanmasını temel alan bir protokol konseptidir. Bu konsept, işlemleri daha verimli ve takip edilebilir hale getirirken aynı zamanda şeffaflık sağlamaktadır. Blokzincir protokolü üzerinde gerçekleşen işlemler sonradan manipüle edilememekte ve izinler dahilinde sisteme dahil olan aktörler tarafından doğrulanabilmektedir. Blokzincir teknolojisinin, özellikle kripto paraların kullanımı ile insanlar ve kuruluşlar arasındaki ilişkilerin oluşumunda ve sürdürülmesinde yeni fırsatlar sunduğu ispatlanmış ve birçok farklı sektörde kullanım alanı olduğu anlaşılmıştır. Bu çalışmada sağlık sistemlerinde blokzincir teknolojisinden faydalanan mevcut uygulamaları ve blokzincirinin sağlık bilgi sistemlerindeki potansiyel faydalarını araştırdık.
Blockchain is a concept of protocols relies on keeping encrypted information on distributed linked blocks. Blockchain makes it possible for transactions to be more efficient and traceable while providing transperancy. Transactions run on blockchain protocol are immutable, and they can be verified by participants of the system with permissions. The advent of Blockchain technology has created new opportunites to transform how relationships between people and instutitions are established and maintained, and it has proven to have distruptive use cases not only in finance but also in other sectors. In this paper, we research existing studies and applications that utilize Blockchain technology in health information systems, along with the potential advantages of Blockchain in health systems.
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Authors

Orcid: 0000-0002-5578-758X
Author: Mehmet AYDAR (Primary Author)
Institution: Ford Otosan, Kurumsal Mimari ve Teknoloji İnovasyonu Departmanı
Country: Turkey


Orcid: 0000-0003-1356-0798
Author: Salih Cemil ÇETİN
Institution: BAHÇEŞEHİR ÜNİVERSİTESİ
Country: Turkey


Dates

Publication Date : August 31, 2020

APA Aydar, M , Çeti̇n, S . (2020). Blokzincir Teknolojisinin Sağlık Bilgi Sistemlerinde Kullanımı . Avrupa Bilim ve Teknoloji Dergisi , (19) , 533-538 . DOI: 10.31590/ejosat.735052