Andrew Bradley is a Management Consultant in PwC’s Public Sector Practice supporting public sector health agencies, as well as federal defense, science, and infrastructure clients. Andrew brings extensive expertise in blockchain and distributed ledger technology, cybersecurity, information security process improvement, and data interoperability to his work.

Andrew began his career with PwC in 2010 supporting clients including the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and the National Institutes of Health in their continuous improvement initiatives related to information security and privacy, risk management, and compliance. In 2015, while researching cryptographic solutions for use in support of cybersecurity related engagements, Andrew came across blockchain technology and recognized the potential impact the technology can have across multiple markets, including healthcare. Since then he has been actively researching blockchain use cases for public and private sector healthcare and beyond, and is an active participant in blockchain and cryptocurrency discussion, presenting at DC area Bitcoin and blockchain meetups. More recently, Andrew began contributing to the public Ethereum project’s governance development discussions. He has a passion for decentralized blockchain platforms, spending most of his free time researching the Byzantine Fault Tolerant consensus mechanisms that support the security and immutability of today’s public blockchains.

Authored by Andrew Bradley, CISA, CEH

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Blockchain: Now that you have some understanding about what blockchain is and how it works, what does it mean for health care?

Blockchain has the potential to fundamentally change the way we transact, automating agreements while reducing the need for trust and intermediaries in multi-party transactions- How can you take advantage of blockchain for health-related applications today and in the future?