Duality Health Joins Philanthropic Group to Push Blockchain Innovation

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Duality Health, a self-described “digital health company specializing in identity management,” has revealed that it is now a member of the Founders Circle philanthropy group at that Dell Medical School at the University of Texas at Austin, according to a press release.

The collaboration will ensure a blockchain-based future in which both groups will work on “establishing a sustainable Blockchain Innovation Hub that will ultimately enable rapid and efficient problem identification and solution iterations with the goal of clinical and commercially viable Blockchain-based products in healthcare,” the release notes.

Speaking on the matter is Clayton Saliba, the CEO and Co-Founder of Duality, who said:

“Dell Med provides a world-class research environment to further validate a blockchain-based approach to solving some of healthcare’s biggest challenges. Our passion aligns with the school’s efforts to ‘rethink everything’, explore new possibilities, and develop novel technologies that will ultimately improve health care for all.”

Also sharing some thoughts on the matter is Gabriel Reyna, the Managing Partner at Bandera Capital, who invested in Duality recently. Reyna said:

“We believe blockchain technology will be a keystone in the future of healthcare and are excited to support forward-thinking organizations like Duality and Dell Med.”

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