Blockchain in Healthcare
As we look forward to 2020 and beyond, there are many fresh industries and innovative technologies that we will hear. Each discourse is in terms of its potential for growth, its large market, and its extraordinary opportunities. Two things we will hear when people talk about the future are the health industry and blockchain technology. 

Blockchain in healthcare

Blockchain technology will have a greater role in supporting digitization of the supply chain, as well as increasing transparency and efficiency. Health care organizations, from producers to retailers, can track products through the supply chain to ensure authenticity or signs that have the potential to damage the process on the way. These signs, such as signs of disturbance, extreme environmental conditions, or careless handling. If manufacturers identify quality problems with devices or drugs, the blockchain can help vendors speed up withdrawals in determining the location of inventory across the supply chain that needs to be kept away from circulation.
The FDA Drug Supply Chain Safety Act (DSCSA) is intended to improve regulatory oversight of counterfeit, stolen, contaminated, or dangerous drugs.
 Several pilot projects under DSCSA test how blockchain can secure information sharing across healthcare companies. 
For example, KPMG, IBM, Merck, and Walmart have been selected for a pilot program that will explore using blockchain technology to improve the safety of drug supply and distribution.
More and more companies are starting to implement blockchain technology in response to DSCSA. Genentech, a subdivision of Roche Group, Pfizer, McKesson, and AmerisourceBergen works with the MediLedger Project start-up blockchain. 
The MediLedger project is in the process of creating a platform that allows producers to track their products along with secure supply chain data, and demonstrate compliance with DSCSA.
Closer Integration with Other IT Innovations  
IT innovations such as artificial intelligence (AI), cloud hybrid solutions, and blockchain implementation will be considered as additional technologies that can accelerate the adoption of new technologies. The new Cloud-at-customer hybrid solution provides highly scalable public Cloud applications and services while safeguarding personal health data behind corporate firewalls to meet regulatory requirements. The use of AI goes beyond traditional analytics.
AI combines and then extracts insights by recognizing patterns and correlations across large amounts of data stored in hybrid clouds and managed safely on the blockchain platform. By integrating into many devices connected to the Internet of Things (IoT) and wearable devices, the blockchain has the potential to uncover demographic trends, accelerate R&D in the healthcare industry, and ultimately improve patient outcomes in the near future.
Faster Growth in Emerging Markets  ,
Developing countries are very pro-blockchain and will increase investment in 2020. More manufacturing-oriented countries, especially in Asia, will benefit from the implementation of the blockchain. The Chinese government has positioned itself to dominate the blockchain area with the most patents associated with blockchain. The Chinese State Council included the development of the blockchain in the 13th Five-Year Plan of the country. 
In 2019, Chinese president Xi Jinping said that the blockchain would play a major role in building China's power in cyberspace. In addition, the blockchain can develop the digital economy, and advance economic and social development. In addition, more countries will Build blockchain-based health care systems. Estonia has become the first country to use blockchain for health care on a national scale.
In 2018, the United Arab Emirates established plans to use blockchain technology to improve various aspects of the lives of its citizens, such as banking, transportation and health care. This initiative sets the country on track to become a fully functioning blockchain-based government by 2021. 
The health service platform provides a data sharing solution that enables health professionals, including doctors, pharmacists, technicians, and local licensed health authorities, to save and share assessment information. 
2025, the Blockchain market for health services will reach $ 1.6 billion
According to research from consulting firm Global Market Insights, the value of blockchain technology in health services is expected to exceed $ 1.6 billion. The achievement is predicted to occur in 2025. 

Blockchain is a recognized technology that helps health care facilities save a lot of money from fraud and fake drugs. Therefore, a positive impact on health care outcomes. 

Based on this research, blockchain in the healthcare market will grow due to a number of factors. These factors, such as the implementation of government initiatives and increased investment in the field.
There are several factors supporting growth in this project. These factors, namely examination of medical results, 
1.interoperability of health data, 
2.reduction in the cost component 
will further impact on the adoption of the blockchain.
Global Market Insights revealed that developing recognition approximately the software of blockchain era and government initiatives for records standardization and operational scalability constraints in information management will spur industry growth in the coming years. 

Global Market Insights said that the volume in the worldwide healthcare market would reach more than $ 1.7 billion by 2026, with a combined annual growth rate of 48.1%. This latest finding echoes the findings of Acumen Research and Consulting information technology firm in mid-July. 
In 2018, the blockchain technology market in health services in China dominates the Asia Pacific region. The market is worth more than USD2,6 million. 
China is actively promoting the application of blockchain technology in healthcare services to create smooth and efficient business operations that will help this country gain a competitive advantage compared to other countries around the world.