Certified Blockchain HealthTech Professional

Certified Blockchain HealthTech Professional

Revolutionizing Healthcare: Become a Certified Blockchain HealthTech Professional

Venture into the cutting-edge intersection of healthcare and technology with our Certified Blockchain HealthTech Professional Career Track immerses you in the transformative potential and existing use-cases of blockchain technology in healthcare. It includes tailored courses on blockchain for healthcare, data protection regulations like GDPR and CPRA/CCPA, information security, and cyber risk awareness.

The program’s comprehensive curriculum, consisting of eight courses, blends theoretical knowledge and practical skills through a mix of OnDemand and live instructor-led sessions. You’ll participate in engaging workshops and Ask-Me-Anything (AMA) sessions with industry professionals and test your understanding through certification exams. Upon completion, you’ll be equipped with the knowledge and skills necessary to drive innovation in healthcare using blockchain technology.

Courses in this Certificate Program

  • 53 Total Hours
  • OnDemand: 38 Hours
  • LIVE Instructor: 15 Hours
  • Tuition: $1,495
Courses in this ProgramHours Delivery Method
Student Orientation1 HourLIVE Online (optional)
LIVE Instructor AMA - bi-monthly1 Hour + LIVE Online (optional)
Web3 Foundations3 Hours OnDemand - Instructor Supported
Blockchain Foundations6 Hours OnDemand - Instructor Supported
Blockchain and Bitcoin Intensive6 Hours OnDemand - Instructor Supported
AI Essentials3 Hours LIVE Online
EXAM VOUCHER - Web3 Foundations Level 1 Certification1 HourAI Proctored Online Exam
Blockchain for Healthcare5 Hours OnDemand - Instructor Supported
Data Protection Regulation: GDPR, CPRA/CCPA5 Hours LIVE Online
Information Security and Cyber Risk Awareness4 Hours LIVE Online
Blockchain Enterprise Strategy15 HoursOnDemand - Instructor Supported
Blockchain Enterprise Strategy LIVE Workshop3 HoursLIVE Online
EXAM VOUCHER - Blockchain HealthTech Professional Level 2 Certification2 HoursAI Proctored Online Exam

Upcoming LIVE Instruction Dates

There are no upcoming events.

Blockchain HealthTech Professional Program Objectives

Upon successful completion of this intensive program, participants will be able to:

Comprehensive understanding of the applications and potential of blockchain technology in healthcare.

Proficiency in the understanding and application of data protection regulations (GDPR, CPRA/CCPA) in the context of healthcare data on the blockchain.

Ability to strategize, develop, and manage blockchain-based solutions in healthcare.

Understanding of how blockchain can enhance healthcare supply chain management.

Deep knowledge of blockchain’s role in patient consent management and data sharing.

Skills to leverage blockchain for improving the efficiency and transparency of clinical trials.

Awareness of the challenges and solutions in implementing blockchain in healthcare.

Understanding of how blockchain can be utilized in healthcare payment systems.

Ability to manage and mitigate cyber risks associated with the use of blockchain in healthcare.

Skills to apply the principles of blockchain enterprise strategy within the context of the healthcare sector.

Certificate of Completion

Two Certifications from the Web3 Certification Board (W3CB)

Web3 Foundations Level 1 Certification

Blockchain HealthTech Professional Level 2 Certification

Prerequisites

The program assumes no prior knowledge of blockchain or Web3, making it accessible to anyone eager to learn and capitalize on the future of healthcare technology.

Target Audience

Target Audience for the Certified Blockchain HealthTech Professional Program:

The Certified Blockchain HealthTech Professional program is designed for a diverse array of learners who are interested in the transformative potential of blockchain technology within the healthcare sector. This includes:

Healthcare Professionals: Doctors, nurses, healthcare administrators, and other healthcare practitioners looking to understand how blockchain can improve patient care, enhance data security, and streamline operations.

IT Professionals: Information technology specialists, data analysts, system administrators, and cybersecurity experts interested in exploring and implementing blockchain solutions within healthcare settings.

Policy Makers and Regulators: Individuals involved in the formulation and enforcement of healthcare policies and regulations who need to understand the impact of emerging technologies like blockchain on healthcare data management and patient privacy.

HealthTech Entrepreneurs and Startups: Individuals interested in leveraging blockchain to innovate in the healthcare technology space, including founders of healthtech startups, product managers, and software engineers.

Students and Academics: Students in the fields of medicine, healthcare management, IT, and computer science, as well as researchers and academics interested in studying the implications and applications of blockchain in healthcare.

QUESTIONS EXPLORED

Questions the Program Will Explore:

How is blockchain technology being applied in the healthcare sector?

What potential does blockchain hold for improving patient data security and privacy?

How does GDPR, CPRA/CCPA apply to healthcare data on the blockchain?

How can blockchain enhance the management and tracking of healthcare supply chains?

What role does blockchain play in patient consent management and data sharing?

How can blockchain improve the efficiency and transparency of clinical trials?

What are the challenges in implementing blockchain solutions in healthcare?

How can blockchain be utilized in healthcare payment systems?

How can healthcare institutions manage the cyber risks associated with blockchain?

How does blockchain enterprise strategy apply to the healthcare sector?

Program Content

Web3 Foundations Course

Module 1: Understanding what Web3 is

  • Overview of Web3 features and architecture
  • The history of Web1 and Web2
  • Characteristics of Web3
  • Decentralization
  • Terminology

Module 2: Why Web3

  • Data is the New Oil
  • Why Web3 Matters
  • The Purpose of Web3
  • The flow of Talent to Web3
  • The transfer of Value from Web2 to Web3

Module 3: Web3 and the Metaverse

  • What is the Metaverse
  • Technologies of the Metaverse

Module 4: Blockchain Fundamentals

  • Blockchain is Not Bitcoin
  • Blockchain Definitions
  • History of Blockchain
  • Properties of Blockchain
  • 10 Key Concepts of Blockchain
  • How does Blockchain Work?
  • Consensus Types
  • Mining and Verification
  • Smart Contracts

Module 5: Understanding DeFi

  • What is DeFi
  • DeFi vs Traditional Finance
  • DeFi Activities
  • DeFi Risks

Module 6: Challenges, Risks and Ethics of Web3

  • Advantages of Web3
  • Challenges of Web3
  • Speed of Web3

Module 7: What comes after Web3?

  • What is Web3
  • Is there a Web4 and what is it
  • Is there a Web5

Blockchain Foundations Course

Module 1: Blockchain Background and Basics

  • Blockchain History
  • How Blockchain Works
  • What are the Properties of a Blockchain?

Module 2: Different Types of Blockchains

  • Private vs. Public Blockchains
  • Permissioned vs. Permissionless
  • Public vs. Private vs Hybrid Discussion

Module 3: Consensus

  • Consensus Mechanisms
  • Consensus Protocols – 14 examples

Module 4: Cryptography and Hashing

  • Machine/Mathematical Cryptography
  • Hash Function Properties

Module 5: Smart Contracts

  • Intensive Smart Contracts
  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Smart Contracts
  • Blockchain Oracles

Module 6: Blockchain Wallets

Module 7: Pros and Cons

Module 8: Public Blockchain-Based Applications

Module 9: Blockchain and Crypto Regulation

  • Regulatory Opportunity and Challenges
  • Global Regulations
  • Regulatory View of Bitcoin

Module 10: Regulatory Reporting

Module 11: Distributed Autonomous Organizations

  • The DAO – Distributed Autonomous Organization
  • The DAO Attack – Legal and Other Issues

Module 12: Blockchain Today

Module 13: The Trilemma

Blockchain & Bitcoin Intensive Course

Module 1: Bitcoin Overview

  • Bitcoin and Cryptography Overview
  • Bitcoin Software & Hardware

Module 2: Technical Limitations & Mining Introduction

  • Technical Bitcoin Limitations
  • Bitcoin & The Lightning Network
  • Bitcoin Scripting & Mining

Module 3: Mining

  • Bitcoin Mining & Incentives
  • Technical Bitcoin Limitations (Part 2)

Module 4: Bitcoin vs Protocols 2.0, 3.0, 4.0…etc.

  • Blockchain V1 to Blockchain V2
  • Ethereum Clients, EVM & Solidity
  • Ether, Gas & Consensus Algorithms
  • BigChainDb, Tendermint & Hyperledger

Module 5: The New Database

Module 6: Payments, Voting and other Use Cases

  • Payments, Remittances & Identity
  • Voting, Trade Finance & Land
  • Blockchain & Ethereum Use Cases

Module 7: What’s next?

  • Preparing Your Firm For Blockchain
  • Evaluating Blockchain
  • The DAO & Blockchain Adoption

AI Essentials

Module 0: Introduction

  • A brief overview of AI and blockchain in plain language
  • Potential benefits of combining technologies

Module 1: AI Concepts

  • Key AI concepts like machine learning without jargon
  • Focus on real-world examples and applications

Module 2: Blockchain Basics

  • A high-level look at how blockchain works
  • Transparency benefits

Module 3: Use Cases

  • Examples of AI and blockchain applications (see Use Case link)
  • Benefits to consumers and industries

Module 4: Ethical Considerations

  • Data privacy, security, and other ethical aspects
  • Emphasize the importance of ethics in technology development

Module 5: Challenges and Opportunities

  • Challenges like bias in AI and the adoption of blockchain
  • Future opportunities and impact on society

Module 6: The Future

  • Where AI and blockchain are heading
  • Potential impact on jobs, businesses, and daily life

Module 7: Key Takeaways

  • Main points about AI, blockchain, and their promise
  • A look at a more transparent and empowered future

Blockchain for Healthcare

Module 1: Overview of Blockchain

  • Blockchain 101
  • How Blockchain Works
  • Public vs. Private
  • Permissioned vs. Permissionless
  • Security and Smart Contracts

Module 2: Overview of Healthcare

  • Overview of Healthcare
  • Potential Impact

Module 3: Healthcare Issues, Usecases and Laws

  • Healthcare Issues
  • Blockchain Use-Cases
  • Public Health, HIPPA and GDPR
  • Pharma and Supply Chains

Module 4: Accounting, Regulation and Compliance

  • The Current State of Blockchain
  • Blockchain and Accounting
  • Regulation and Compliance

Module 5: Prepare Yourself

Data Protection Regulation: GDPR, CPRA/CCPA

Module 1: Introduction to Data Privacy and GDPR

  • Overview of data privacy laws and regulations
  • Understanding the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and its key provisions
  • Identifying personal data and GDPR’s territorial scope
  • Role of data protection officer and GDPR’s fines and penalties

Module 2: GDPR Compliance

  • GDPR’s principles of data processing
  • GDPR’s rights of data subjects
  • GDPR’s accountability and governance requirements
  • GDPR’s data security and data breach notification requirements

Module 3: Module: Understanding the Digital Services Act (DSA)

  • Overview of the Digital Services Act (DSA) and its key provisions
  • Identifying the scope of the DSA and how it applies to organizations
  • Understanding the DSA’s obligations for online platforms and digital services providers
  • DSA’s provisions for removing illegal content online, including hate speech and terrorist content
  • DSA’s provisions for ensuring online safety, including measures to protect children from harmful content
  • DSA’s provisions for tackling disinformation and ensuring transparency of online political advertising
  • How to comply with the DSA’s rules and requirements

Module 4: Understanding the Digital Markets Act (DMA)

  • Overview of the Digital Markets Act (DMA) and its key provisions
  • Identifying the scope of the DMA and how it applies to organizations
  • Understanding the DMA’s definition of gatekeepers and how it applies to companies
  • DMA’s provisions for preventing harmful practices such as self-preferencing, discriminatory treatment and margin squeeze
  • DMA’s provisions for ensuring fair and open access to services and data
  • DMA’s provisions for preventing gatekeepers to leverage their market power to the detriment of businesses and consumers
  • Understanding the role of the regulatory authority established to monitor and enforce compliance
  • How to comply with the DMA’s rules and requirements

Module 5: CPRA and CCPA

  • Overview of the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA)
  • Understanding the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)
  • Identifying the similarities and differences between GDPR, CPRA and CCPA
  • How to comply with CPRA and CCPA

Module 6: Other US State Privacy Laws

  • US State Privacy Laws

Module 7: Blockchain and Web3: Data Protection and Privacy

  • Overview of blockchain technology and the web3 ecosystem
  • Understanding the unique challenges and opportunities that blockchain and web3 present for data protection and privacy
  • Analysis of the key features of blockchain technology that impact data protection and privacy, such as immutability, decentralization, and transparency
  • Identifying the different types of data that can be stored on a blockchain, and the privacy implications of each
  • Discussion of current privacy solutions for blockchain and web3, such as zero-knowledge proofs and homomorphic encryption
  • Analysis of the regulatory landscape for blockchain and web3, including existing laws and proposed regulations
  • Best practices for data protection and privacy in a blockchain and web3 context, including data minimization, access controls, and monitoring
  • Case studies and practical exercises to apply the concepts and strategies learned in real-world scenarios

Module 8: Data Privacy in Practice

  • Best practices for data privacy compliance
  • Implementing data privacy policies and procedures
  • Conducting data privacy impact assessments
  • Handling data subject access requests

Module 9: Data Privacy in the Future

  • Understanding upcoming data privacy regulations
  • Discussing data privacy trends and challenges
  • Preparing for future data privacy developments
  • Review of the program and next steps for ongoing data privacy compliance

Information Security and Cyber Risk Awareness

Module 1: Introduction to Information Security and Cyber Risk

  • Understanding Information Security: Definition and importance.
  • Cyber Risk: Definition, types, and impact on businesses
  • Key concepts: Confidentiality, Integrity, and Availability (CIA)
  • Common threats and vulnerabilities
  • Real-life examples of cyber-attacks and their consequences

Module 2: Cyber Risk Assessment and Management

  • Risk assessment: Identifying and prioritizing risks
  • Risk management: Mitigation, transfer, acceptance, and avoidance
  • Developing a cybersecurity framework
  • Security policies and procedures
  • Incident response planning and execution

Module 3: Securing Networks and Systems

  • Network security fundamentals: Firewalls, VPNs, and intrusion detection
  • Securing endpoints: Antivirus, antimalware, and patch management
  • Authentication and access control: Password policies, multi-factor authentication, and biometrics
  • Encryption and secure communication
  • Cloud security and securing remote access

Module 4: Social Engineering and User Awareness

  • Social engineering techniques: Phishing, pretexting, and baiting
  • Recognizing and responding to social engineering attacks
  • The role of user awareness in information security
  • Best practices for online safety and data protection
  • Creating a security-aware culture within an organization

Module 5: Regulatory Compliance and Emerging Technologies

  • Overview of regulatory frameworks: GDPR, HIPAA, and PCI-DSS
  • Ensuring compliance and avoiding penalties
  • The impact of emerging technologies on information security: IoT, AI, and blockchain
  • Future trends in cybersecurity
  • Continual improvement and staying up-to-date in a rapidly evolving landscape

Enterprise Blockchain Strategy Course

Module 1: Basics of Blockchain Part 1

Module 2: Basics of Blockchain Part 2

Module 3: Understanding Smart Contracts

Module 4: Blockchain Security / Risk

Module 5: Understanding ICO’s and Cryptocurrencies

Module 6: DAO (Distributed Autonomous Organizations)

Module 7: Use case examples of how blockchains are being used today

Module 8: Blockchain Use case Solution Workshop

Module 9: Blockchain Pros and Cons

Module 10: Barriers to Adoption

Module 11: How to prepare your firm for blockchain;

Module 12: Regulatory Impact on Blockchain

Module 13: What does Blockchain Future Look Like?

Module 14: Leading in a Technological Disruptive Market

Program Info

  • Dates: Rolling Enrollment
  • Location: OnDemand & LIVE Online
  • Tuition: $1,495
  • Tuition Assistance
  • 53 Total Hours
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Additional Information

  • Module Quizzes and Knowledge Checks
  • Guest Lectures & Networking
  • Student Orientation
  • LIVE Online Instructor AMAs
  • LIVE Workshops
  • 2 EXAM VOUCHERS – W3CB CERTIFICATIONS

Certification Competencies

The material covered in this course contributes to 100% of the Focus Areas as defined in the Web3 Certification Association (W3CB) Exam Competencies for two AI Proctored Exams.

Level 1 Web3 Foundations Certification

Level 2 Blockchain HealthTech Professional Certification

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  • Fundamentals of DeFi & Primitives
  • Non-fungible Token Essentials
  • Tokenomic Essentials
  • Understanding L1 and L2 Blockchains
  • Exam Voucher: W3CB Blockchain Enterprise Advocate Level 2 Certification
  • Introduction to DevOps
  • Information Security and Cyber Risk Awareness
  • Risk Management for Blockchain-Based Technology Companies
  • Data Protection Regulation: GDPR, CPRA/CCPA
  • OFAC Compliance Essentials
  • Introduction to Blockchain Scrum Master
  • Blockchain Architecture 101
  • Blockchain Architecture 201
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