The HSX Health APIs can be leveraged and combined to provide software solutions to answer questions like:
At their heart is the scalable KSI blockchain which facilitates sensitive data being left in place as much as is possible, with any sensitive data access being subject to a full provable audit trail. Note that no data is registered into the KSI Blockchain itself - only hashes of data, any data movement is between known hosts in a point to point fashion using HSX secure transport.
Data process / transform
HSX Secure Transport
HSX Maps / Identity
Black Lantern Anti-tamper Hardware
Protect sensitive data records (such as clinical records) by registering their hash or 'fingerprint' into the KSI Blockchain, enabling independent proof at any time.
Provably demonstrate how data has evolved, how compliance procedures have been followed, across a network. Meta data can be associated with each step and each step verified in its own right. No historical steps can be inserted or removed without breaking validation.
Register consent directive rules that can be checked across a network against known situations and allowed organizations/identities and roles.
Perform multi-party computation across multiple participants on the network to form a collaborative result. The protocol does not reveal any underlying data, but creates an audit trail to later prove individual contributions in isolation as needed. Note that MPC algorithms are very specific and only a subset are supported.
Network wide as well as local identity reconciliation with GDPR compliance. Policies define who should see and be able to look up identifiers.
Network directory of organisations with built in KYC checks to form a network of connected and trusted HSX nodes.
Transport layer tools that allow point-to-point secure, TLS encrypted transport with associated proofs, including data integrity.
Ability to transform between formats and versions (e.g. FHIR 3, 4) and deal with localised extension transformation. Includes a configurable data processing pipeline.