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GemOS transforms how companies capture, control, and interact with critical data across an industry of connected services.
GemOs features Identity, Data, Network and Logic management consoles that apply to use cases across multiple verticals including finance and healthcare.
If blockchains are about building global computers, GemOS is about how you use that computer to process information across an ecosystem. It's an operating system that connects our customers to the blockchain.
By leveraging blockchains as shared infrastructure, industries can establish trusted pipelines for data exchange and carry-out multi-party processes.
We provide the basic infrastructure needed to access, query, program, record, and authenticate information on a blockchain.
Data is a source manager that enables private, configurable data storage services across multiple data stores, secured against a blockchain. It’s an arbitrary data storage service that simply connects external sources to GemOS, which we can use to orchestrate schema validation, canonical serialization, and document hashing within Logic. On its own, Data is a very simple source manager, but when combined with Identity and Logic, we can begin to build identity-based access controls, multi-party directories, and data integrity checks.
Identity consists of user registries, entitlements, and keys. Identities can range from an individual person, an organization, to any connected device. Identity is the central private key management service in GemOS which allows for secure key management with provisioning verification. This uses industry leading cryptographically and secure authentication. Identity contains permissioning schema that orchestrates Elements. Populate GemOS with the structure of your organizations and their specific permission sets to control who can do or see what.
Network is an adaptive layer that interacts with a blockchain and its unique properties and protocols. Network is responsible for creating, monitoring, indexing, querying, and communicating with blockchains. Data validation is off-loaded to blockchain nodes managed within Network, and normalized to an agnostic schema. Based on the blockchain network of your choice you can customize your blockchain participation with validator and read-only nodes.
The orchestration layer of the global blockchain computer.
Logic is the creative layer of the platform.
Logic pulls components from Data, Identity and Network in order to model event logic, rule sets, and application data retrieval and delivery. It acts as an event handler, receiving data to and from blockchains and applications, and processing workflows. Logic contains the Element Library to create custom logic templates to fit a number of business needs. Logic has a document registry builder with granular entitlements pulled from Identity. Logic’s schema validation object conforms documents to standardized formats as well as field validation and rules.
Within Logic, an Element is an event handler that orchestrates components of Data, Identity, and Network to create a process based on extendable templates in our Element Library. These predefined templates enable reusability, portability and rapid iteration of like Elements with varied contingencies and business use cases.
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Capital One worked with Gem (a company whose tagline is to make complex data sharing simple) in late 2016 to deliver a successful prototype of the full life cycle of a medical claim on the blockchain. “We believe this technology – combined with our client-centric approach to understanding our clients’ needs – will not only help healthcare providers and payers more efficiently and securely manage healthcare claims, but also could be applied to other aspects of the healthcare revenue cycle to overcome system interoperability challenges that have been an industry pain point for decades.” Patrick Moore, Executive Vice President and Head of Capital One’s Treasury Management’s Product Management group.
Every year at Frost & Sullivan, the Transformational Health team brainstorm top predictions for the New Year to come. 2017 will definitely continue to be a year of tumultuous uncertainty and turbulence, but amidst this uncertainty we know for a fact that technology will continue to flourish and will have unprecedented impact on healthcare in terms of building some of the foundation blocks towards a connected home and healthcare ecosystem.
Bitcoin, digital currency and blockchain technology experienced another explosive year in 2016. While bitcoin breached the all-time high in USD market cap, several new digital currencies claimed a place in the spotlights as well, while the blockchain buzz arguably peaked it all.
Today we are showcasing why you should want to work for Gem – a company that builds blockchain operating systems with projects in healthcare, supply chain management, and insurance.
The seed of FinTech innovation often comes from a desire to do things differently. In B2B payments, that can mean discontent in the way traditional banks and FIs do business or a need for disruptive technologies to come to market faster than banks can offer.
Gem CEO Micah Winkelspecht explains.
Capital One announced this week it is partnering with blockchain startup Gem to use the digital ledger technology to track claims for medical patients. I mention this not because it’s the most important story of the day, but because the notion of banks using the blockchain to address the nightmare that is our health payments system is just another sign of how quickly technology is changing the fundamentals of modern business.
Capital One is going to test out blockchain for health care claims and analytics, the company announced Monday.
Credit card and retail banking company Capital One revealed a handful of partnerships with several digital technology providers for its Treasury Management services — including a blockchain-based claims management solution for healthcare clients and another that uses new analytics processes to estimate healthcare patient costs.
Financial conglomerate Capital One is enhancing its Treasury Management Platform and focusing on healthcare applications by partnering with a host of digital technology providers, including blockchain specialists Gem.