On June 8th, Medicalchain publicly released that it had signed a joint working agreement with the internationally renowned Mayo Clinic. These two organisations will work together and strive to incorporate blockchain into healthcare and to explore its potential benefits for the healthcare industry.


To show the unparalleled magnitude of this partnership one must realize that the Mayo Clinic has ranked the top hospital nationally by the U.S. News & World Report on multiple occasions. Furthermore, the Mayo Clinic is also very highly ranked in a wide range of specialities, including diabetes and endocrinology, gastroenterology, geriatrics, gynecology, nephrology, neurology and neurosurgery, pulmonology and urology.

These two organisations will work together and strive to incorporate blockchain into healthcare and to explore its potential benefits for the healthcare industry.

To show the unparalleled magnitude of this partnership one must realize that the Mayo Clinic has ranked the top hospital nationally by the U.S. News & World Report on multiple occasions. Furthermore, the Mayo Clinic is also very highly ranked in a wide range of specialities, including diabetes and endocrinology, gastroenterology, geriatrics, gynecology, nephrology, neurology and neurosurgery, pulmonology and urology.


“We are thrilled to be working with Mayo Clinic. Mayo Clinic will provide their world-class healthcare and health IT expertise, while Medicalchain will provide our knowledge of blockchain and crypto. Together we will work on several use cases using blockchain based electronic health records. There’s a lot of opportunity out there, and we feel this working agreement will be of benefit to all healthcare stakeholders.”

Dr. Abdullah Albeyatti, CEO of Medicalchain.



The technology behind Blockchain is revolutionary and first became applicable on a big scale within financial services as it sped up transactions, reduced costs, and provided a shared immutable ledger.

The same principles can be seen here with the innovation behind Medicalchain and their very effective system that can boost our healthcare in many different ways. Dr. Albeyatti’s program shows promise in addressing some of the systemic problems our systems face today, such as data security, fragmentation, high costs, and lack of patient centricity. The joint working agreement between

Mayo Clinic and Medicalchain is a step forward in realising this vision and in turn a big step in the right direction for the healthcare sector.