Kamari and ZeU to deploy Blockchain-based SaaS infrastructure for healthcare

Javeria  |  Feb 14, 2020

Kamari, the African blockchain payment network along with the Canada-based technology company ZeU Crypto Networks is going to roll out a new blockchain-based medical record and identity system across Africa. 

The technology will advance the public health initiatives, drive preventative medicines as well as facilitate individual data ownership without the need for digital records and bank accounts as it is combined with mobile blockchain wallet and Kamari’s and ZeU’s incentive programs.

This Blockchain opportunity in Africa would allow the unbanked population to access new and life-changing financial services through mobile technology. According to this, the GDP of Africa is expected to increase from $2 trillion to $29 trillion by 2050 in today’s money.

Kamari is planning to establish a fundamental infrastructure to serve the population of Africa as it is projected to increases to two billion by the next decades. The firm has acquired national lottery licenses for various countries in Africa that will enable them to business with more than 50 million customers.

How ZeU’s SaaS Would Benefit Clients As Well As Govt?

The SaaS infrastructure of ZeU for healthcare will help clients make use of the monetizable value of their data. Healthcare data requires the massive collection, curation and aggregation of information and that too in an extremely reliable and unbiased way. This data then can be used after extraction by health care and insurance industries.

The SaaS infrastructure of ZeU promotes precise health records and protects delicate medical information. It will not only help the users acquire benefits from their data but also help the healthcare entities and government utilize the metadata for medical advancements and researches. Global application of ZeU’s SaaS would help in creating a healthier population by reducing healthcare costs. 

The beta version of ZeU’s SaaS is currently being deployed by the partners along with other partners of ZeU. The initial phases of testing are expected to be implemented by the first or second quarter of the year.

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