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The experience we gained Blockchain Other emerging technologies Solutions to practical problems 02 The real scenes where Baidu use Blockchain in Two real scenes Medical scene: Chongqing Medical Service Platform Law & Justice Scene: Beijing/Guangzhou Internet Court Living Body Recognition Optical Character Recognition Lightweight Node Verification Trusted Execution Environment Big Data Blockchain Spider Infringement Detection Blockchain Medical scene: Chongqing Medical Service Platform Health Committee Node Medical Insurance Bureau Node Drug Administration Node Regulatory platform Creation of electronic prescription Usage of electronic prescription Prescription review supervision Drug review and supervision This platform uses blockchain to ensure that transparency and regulatory requirements are met. This removes the technical barriers to insurance coverage and obtaining prescription drugs from pharmacies. hospital doctor prescription pharmacypatient drug Benefits: The elderly or people with disabilities only need to go to hospital for once, get the electronic prescription from the doctor, and then can get drugs from nearby pharmacies for several times, without go to hospital again. (...) IOT 交通 局 节点 Bring the real off-chain data to blockchain Pharmacy Court Hospital Gov drug bureau Blockchain + Big Data Patient goes to hospital 1 3 Hospital Node Insurance Company Node Bank Node Pharmacy Node Delivery Company Node Patient Information Prescription Check Medical Insurance Coverage 4 Or the patient can use drug delivery service Prescription Synchronize Patient Address Synchronize 2 Patient does not need to pay all the expense Drug Delivery Government Node Electronic Prescription Insurance coverage Synchronize Patient takes drugs from the pharmacy Identity Prove and take the drugs 4 Patient makes Comment Feedback Advantages: ① Promote big data circulation ② Guarantee medical data privacy ③ Regulate the sale and purchase of prescription drugs ④ Achieve fast and reliable reimbursement Connect isolated data islands 2018.12 Beijing Internet Court 2019.3 Guangzhou Internet Court 2019.9 Qingdao Arbitration Commission 2019.9 Beijing Internet Court sentenced the case Law & Justice Scene: Beijing/Guangzhou Internet Court Data Stored in the qualified Blockchain is considered as evidence Baidu has built the blockchain based electronic evidence platform(Libra Chain) of Beijing Internet Court, Guangzhou Internet Court and Qingdao Arbitration Commission.
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Score: 1785101 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...ther_emerging_technologies.pdf
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Significant milestones in our combination include: • US pharmacy platform upgrade • New ID cards • Drug Formulary • Home Delivery Please note: these changes have no impact to prescriptions outside of the U.S. for current members. (...) Formulary implementation details In an effort towards greater simplicity in pharmacy products and benefit designs, we will be implementing the Cigna Legacy 3 Tier formulary. A formulary is a prescription drug list. Cigna’s Prescription Drug List is an extensive listing of generic and brand-name prescription medications. (...) To help ensure access to coverage for safe, clinically effective and low-cost medications, we regularly review and update Cigna's Prescription Drug List. The formulary splits medications into three tiers. • Tier 1 – Generic medications • Tier 2 – Preferred-brand medications • Tier 3 – Non-preferred brand medications To view which tier a medication falls under you can view Cigna’s drug list on Cigna.com/druglist.
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Score: 1700889.5 - https://www.unv.org/sites/defa...20with%20Express%20Scripts.pdf
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This plan does not cover all prescription drugs and some coverage may be limited. (...) The pharmacy may substitute a generic prescription drug for a brand-name prescription drug. (...) Sexual enhancement or dysfunction prescription drugs Covered services include prescription drugs for the treatment of sexual dysfunction or enhancement.
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Score: 1675905.7 - https://www.un.org/insurance/s...urance/files/mdrxbk20sf-02.pdf
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Dep’t of Min. of Health New statutory body— National Health Fund Joint MOH-Social Security Dep’t of Social Security Board Diseases Covered 6++ 17 12 16 Eligibility Residents with national ID Cards with Prescriptions for Listed Drugs Registered Residents (unique member cards) with Listed Diseases Residents with national ID Cards with Prescriptions for Listed Drugs Registered Residents (unique member cards) with Listed Diseases CHRONIC DISEASES COVERED BDS JAM T&T BAH Asthma Arthritis Arthritis Arthritis Cancers Asthma Asthma Asthma Diabetes Benign Prostate Hyperplasia Benign Prostate Hyperplasia Breast Cancer Epilepsy Breast Cancer Cardiac diseases. (...) Drug Formulary Defined (1) Defined (1) Defined (1) Defined (1) 4. (...) Sales of CDAP drugs to non-CDAP patients not allowed. • No copayments.
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Score: 1669187.9 - https://www.cepal.org/sites/de...stanley_lalta_presentation.pdf
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 Page 40 - Implementing ITU-T International Standards to Shape Smart Sustainable Cities: The Case of Singapore           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 40 - Implementing ITU-T International Standards to Shape Smart Sustainable Cities: The Case of Singapore P. 40 Implementing ITU-T International Standards to Shape Smart Sustainable Cities – The Case of Singapore Figure 11 – Outpatient Pharmacy Automation System (OPAS) In Robotics, the Outpatient Pharmacy Automation System (OPAS) enables pharmacies to handle high prescription loads safely and efficiently. It uses a combination of multi-disciplinary technologies, such as robot machines, bottle-dispensing machines, conveyor assembly, LED, barcode and RFID to automate the prescription filling process and improves manual picking accuracy for certain drugs. (...) The Inpatient Pharmacy Automation System (IPAS) consists of drug packing machines, Automatic Dispensing Carts (ADCs) and medication carts that were fully integrated with Electronic Medical Record (EMR) to achieve closed loop medication management (CLMM). (...) With IPAS, the “5 Rights” are met - Right Drug, Right Route, Right Dose, Right Patient and Right Time.
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Score: 1666726.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...e/files/basic-html/page40.html
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This plan does not cover all prescription drugs and some coverage may be limited. (...) The pharmacy may substitute a generic prescription drug for a brand-name prescription drug. (...) Risk reducing breast cancer prescription drugs Covered services include prescription drugs used to treat people who are at: • Increased risk for breast cancer • Low risk for medication side effects 20 Sexual enhancement or dysfunction prescription drugs Covered services include prescription drugs for the treatment of sexual dysfunction or enhancement.
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Score: 1663173 - https://www.un.org/insurance/s...urance/files/mdrxbk20sf-01.pdf
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siteCode=2055289521 Home Delivery Pharmacy Program (aka Mail Service Program) Retail Pharmacy Program Vacation override CVS Other pharmacies Type of program Plan members can get prescription drugs they regularly take conveniently delivered to their home by mail or at CVS. This includes maintenance or long-term drugs, such as those for high blood pressure, arthritis or other chronic conditions. (...) Call Empire to opt-out on either of these two phone numbers: 1-833-252-0325 or 1-833-236-6196 30-day supply: Tier 1* – 20% co- payment, $5 minimum and up to a maximum of $20 per 30-day prescription. Tier 2 & 3* – 25%, $5 minimum and up to a maximum of $30 per 30-day prescription 90-day supply: $15 copay Tier 1* – 20% co-payment, $5 minimum and up to a maximum of $20 per 30-day prescription.
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Score: 1654594.1 - https://www.un.org/insurance/s...es/empire_pharmacy_program.pdf
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So when you need a prescription medicine, you can choose home delivery, you can keep getting your prescriptions at your local pharmacy, or you can get 90-day supplies from a CVS pharmacy. When you choose CVS, you can get many maintenance and non-maintenance drugs on your drug list at the same home delivery copay. (...) You can also refill your prescriptions, fi d an pharmacy, see what’s covered and even price drugs before you get them. 2.
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Score: 1648969.1 - https://www.un.org/insurance/s...s_home_delivery_guide_copy.pdf
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So when you need a prescription medicine, you can choose home delivery, you can keep getting your prescriptions at your local pharmacy, or you can get 90-day supplies from a CVS pharmacy. When you choose CVS, you can get many maintenance and non-maintenance drugs on your drug list at the same home delivery copay. (...) You can also refill your prescriptions, fi d an pharmacy, see what’s covered and even price drugs before you get them. 2.
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Score: 1639534.4 - https://www.un.org/insurance/s...iles/opt-out_home_delivery.pdf
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Most antibiotics can be bought from pharmacies, for home or farm use, without a prescription. Although the 1987 Drug Act classified most antibiotics as “dangerous drugs”, it only classified a few of them as prescription-only medicines and placed no restrictions on the quantities of antibiotics that could be sold to any individual. (...) Such drugs cannot be obtained, legally, without a prescription and are reserved for hospital use. (...) Ethiopia, Thailand, the United Republic of Tanza- nia and Zimbabwe, is on drug quality and licensing rather than availability and distribution channels.10–12 In Thailand, the 1987 Drug Act did attempt to regulate the availability of some antibiotics, by dividing antibiotics into a large group of “dangerous drugs not requiring prescriptions” and a much smaller group of “special-control drugs requiring prescriptions”.30 This categori- zation meant that most antibiotics could be dispensed, by licensed pharmacists in retail pharmacies, without a pre- scription.
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Score: 1637559.3 - https://www.who.int/bulletin/volumes/96/2/17-199679.pdf
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