Dr. Quy Vo-Reinhard 

Co-Founder/Director, dHealth Foundation, Switzerland

Dr. Quy Vo-Reinhard is a serial entrepreneur and experienced director with a demonstrated history in Life Sciences, R&D, Healthcare, Blockchain, Innovation and Digital Transformation. Currently Quy is the Co-Founder/Director of dHealth Foundation (Switzerland); the world’s leading blockchain infrastructure for healthcare industry players to power their usecases; – in addition to being a globally-renowned speaker. Her life’s work is dedicated to healthcare innovations aimed at providing equal opportunities and benefits to all stakeholders. Moreover, Quy is Founding Partner / Co-CEO of V-Space Global (France), the best trusted network for Vietnamese Talents in Innovation.

She was voted ‘The Most Influential Woman in Blockchain in Europe’ (‘Blockshow Europe 2018’), Female Digital Innovator of 2020 in Switzerland and received various awards throughout her life. She is also a member of the Board of Directors of different Vietnamese Associations globally (International Vietnamese Academics Network, Association of Vietnamese Intellectuals and Experts in Switzerland …) to promote networking, collaboration among academics, professionals, researchers, and university students of Vietnam origin living in Vietnam and abroad.


Web3 & Patient-Centric Healthcare: How Blockchain Empower Bottom-up Innovation 

The COVID-19 pandemic has forever disrupted the healthcare sector. It requires digital health technologies to upgrade, especially in the area of health data. Health data currently is siloed and the lack of interoperability remains a problem. Innovative tools and technologies shall be used to empower patients to take active roles in their healthcare management to improve wellness. In Web3 and Patient-Centric Healthcare approaches, blockchain-based tokens can be used to incentivize exchange data and services for communities, while their ownership, access over data remains. dHealth Proof-Of-Stake Blockchain enables privacy – preserving interactions between healthcare stakeholders without the need to build separate data-processing infrastructure. Three major components for identity, storage and payments are made available for plug n’ play to enable people to own their digital identity, control their digital twin in web3 and promise community ownership to trace, and track the usage of their healthdata. The bottom-up innovation approach values patient and people’s ownership of their data through open-source code that conducts network governance and value generation.

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