Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Localization


A Digital and Distributed Block Chain Technology for Money Dealings in INDIA

Anshi Singh; Diwakar Bhardwaj

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 45-49

A block chain is a digitized, dispersed, open proof of all cryptographic cash managing. Continually ascending as 'completed' ruins (the most recent dealings) are recorded and added to it in consecutive solicitation; it grants feature individuals to screen modernized money dealings without central record keeping. Each hub (a PC related with the framework) gets a copy of the square chain, which is downloaded thus. At first made as the accounting technique for the virtual money Bit coin, square binds – which use to known as appropriated record advancement (DLT) – are appearing in a combination of business applications today. Starting at now, the development is mainly used to check dealings, inside cutting edge financial structures anyway it is possible to digitize code and supplement basically any report into the square chain. Doing so makes a perpetual record that can't be changed; also, the records believable can be affirmed by the entire system using the block chain rather than a solitary concentrated power.
Block Chain alters apparent, shared computerized record that records dealings in an open or private distributed system. Dispersed to all part nodes in the system, the record for all time records, in a successive chain of cryptographic hash-connected hinders, the historical backdrop of benefit trades that occur between the friends in the system. All the affirmed and approved dealings blocks are connected and tied from the earliest starting point of the chain to the most current block, thus the name block chain. The block chain in this manner goes about as a solitary wellspring of truth, and individuals in a block chain system can see just those dealings that are related to them

Covid 19 And Impact On Healthcare Supply Chain

Dr Ranjith P V; Dr Aparna J Varma

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 40-44

Objectives: The study finds out the challenges in healthcare supply chain and suggests the solutions for them. Methods: The study uses brief literature to discuss the challenges and solutions. The qualitative methodology used helps in discussing the main problems and possible methods for solving these. Results: Reach, Demand Uncertainty and shortages are the main problems and technology is one of the best solutions for addressing these. Conclusion: Technology, automation, localization, and data analytics will help healthcare supply chains to be resilient and sustainable in the future.