LifeFilez LLC, a blockchain-based important life document manager and life planning platform, has announced a strategic partnership with a leading provider of blockchain-enabled data network solution to healthcare industry BurstIQ to further improve the capabilities if its blockchain platform.
In a press release published in January 28, Denver-based LifeFilez will utilize BurstIQ’s platform to securely and rapidly deploy its SaaS platform to B2B users.
The press release reads:
“This partnership will be focused on BurstIQ’s ability to segment data on-chain, which will allow the life planning platform to deliver state-of-the-art security and privacy tiers for document collaboration.”
BurstIQ is also Denver-based company enables health applications and services to incorporate complex data ownership, consent, and monetization.
The company claims to have the industry’s only Big Data blockchain to build longitudinal profiles of people, places, and things and empower the interactions between them.
The blockchain-based platform uses NIST security standards and is fully compliant with HIPAA and GDPR, and also provides blockchain advisory expertise to the OECD, EU Parliament and the World Economic Forum.
Amber Hartley, Chief Corporate Development Officer at BurstIQ, on this new partnership commented:
“LifeFilez is addressing a significant market gap. We know that health systems and payers have been searching for solutions to enable secure and timely sharing of life planning documents, and LifeFilez provides this. We thoroughly enjoy working with the BurstIQ community to discover and foster these mutually beneficial partnerships, and we’re looking forward to supporting LifeFilez on their growth journey.”
LifeFilez, based in Denver, the capital of Colorado, was founded in 2015 by a group of experienced executives and entrepreneurs as a platform for capturing, storing, organizing, and accessing life’s important documents and digital content.
The platform distinguishes itself form other file storing platform like Google Drive or Dropbox by providing a secure platform that is Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPPA) complaint.
The company, in October of 2019, hired a blockchain and AI expert Dr. Adel ElMessiry to further develop blockchain and AI capabilities of its platform who, at the latest partnership, commented:
“As we deploy the B2B portal for our platform and onboard additional users, our focus is on securely scaling the platform for cross user collaboration. The blockchain technology that BurstIQ has developed enables us to deploy our system much faster and provides on-chain data management and granular consent-based data sharing. This method for securing and provisioning data access, especially for life documents, has not previously been available and we will be the first life document management service to deploy it.”