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Webinar on digital transformation of the healthcare industry by UNic

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The next dynamic webinar as part of the newly launched Decentralised Learning Series 2020-2021 will outline the way in which blockchain technology is reshaping the healthcare industry by enhancing patient centricity. This is being advanced through VeChain’s ToolChain and dedicated tools such as the E-Hert App and the V-PASS (Vaccination Passport), which markedly assist in improving the communication, trust, and transparency between healthcare providers and patients.

As Cyprus is making its way in the Blockchain era, educators, legislators, and professionals all have a role to play in creating an ecosystem within which the technology can thrive and achieve its maximum potential. In line with that, the opening remarks at 6pm on Tuesday will be delivered by Kyriacos Kokkinos, deputy minister for research, innovation and digital policy, underscoring the Cyprus government’s increasing engagement with the technology.

Keynote speaker Alexis Nicolaou (Director, Grant Thornton) will delineate how Grant Thornton will help drive Blockchain Technology adoption in Cyprus,

The global conference series has returned for a fourth year, this time reformatted as a series of dynamic webinars focused on learning.

The Decentralised Learning Series 2020-2021 is organised by the University of Nicosia, a leading global provider of education and research in blockchain and digital currencies. For more information and to sign up for the upcoming webinar, please visit

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