Hippr (Hippocrades protocol) is a permission-less protocol that allows users - patients, health providers, and health facilities to manage, audit, and (even earn!) from their medical records while making them shareable in a decentralized, private, and secure health exchange.
It is an open protocol using blockchain and zero-knowledge cryptography that is compliant to health industry-set standards. It has APIs open for integration with any Electronic Medical Records (EMR) systems and other health applications.
Provides an end-to-end healthcare solutions and APIs to work with Hippr. Highly focused on security, privacy, and interoperability with all of the features you expect.
Hospital Information System
Clinic Management System
Pharmacy Management System
Physical Medical Exam
Who owns a Medical Record? Who has the rights to access it? How does it remain secure and private? The Hippocrades Protocol (Hippr) addresses these by providing users the rights and privileges to access specific components of a medical record.
No compromises. Hippr is compatible with global health data standards.
On top of the decentralized exchange, there are many things that can be done using the Hippocrades Infrastructure. Go Explore!
For Doctors, Clinics, & Other Health Providers
Need a system in your health facility? Hippr offers an extensive list of available health modules.
For Governments & Enterprise -Level Health Facilities
If you need more than just a simple setup. You can deploy your own health exchange and infrastructure.
Similar to DeFi Decentralized Exchange (DEX), Hippr is run via smart contracts in blockchain. The Medical Records Access Management are built in. This makes user-to-user (among patients, health providers, and health facilities) sharing securely possible and auditable at the same time. In addition, users have option to earn by sharing their anonymous data in a marketplace.
Secure sharing of medical records without the need to store in a centralized database. Transparency without exposing privacy utilizing the power of blockchain and zero-knowledge crypto protocols.
Pharmaceutical companies and research institutions regularly need health data as part of their studies. The exchange allows users to share their anonymous data and earn from it.