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ConV2X Blockchain in Healthcare 2022 Event Announced

AUSTIN, TX, July 28, 2022 – (ACN Newswire) – Partners in Digital Health has announced the acclaimed ConVerge2Xcelerate (#ConV2X) Blockchain in Healthcare 2022, will undoubtedly be held on site and personally, at the Central Public Library, Thursday, September 15, in Austin, TX, USA.

The blockchain event may be the premier destination community driving the transformation of healthcare with blockchain and edge technologies. ConV2X presents real life evidence, strategy, operations, research & trends to steer informed decision making to successfully navigate the advantages of this emerging health technology field.

The theme for the 2022 program is “Blockchain in Healthcare Today and Tomorrow” ( The audience includes global C-suite leaders across a multidisciplinary ecosystem of universities, health systems, consortiums, pharmaceutical, device and generic manufacturers, government, NGO, consultants, clinicians, VCs/Investors, students and startups.

The entire day event presents panel discussions, keynotes, meet up with the speakers and startup forum, a virtual blockchain scientific track, and exhibition gallery.

Symposium Topics include:

Data Management | Consent Management | Drug Supply Chain | Claims Management & Administrative Processes | Token Economics, NFTs, DAOs, Web3 and Metaverse | Security and Privacy | Regulatory, Policy & Standards | Drug Discovery and Clinical Trials Management | Global Technical, Cultural and Business Challenges

For all those thinking about supporting the symposium, speaking or exhibiting, please contact Ms. Tory Cenaj, at

Topic:News release summary

Source: ConVerge2Xcelerate

Sectors:INDUSTRY EVENTS, Healthcare & Pharm, Blockchain, Technology

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