VANCOUVER, April 5, 2018 /CNW/ - HealthSpace Data Systems Ltd. (the "Company" or "HealthSpace") (CSE:HS) (Frankfurt:38H) (OTC:HDSLF) announced its participation in a blockchain community panel hosted by Queen's University Innovation Community (QBIC). The QBIC hosted event will take place Saturday, April 7th, 2018 from 11AM - 4PM EDT. HealthSpace's CTO, Silas Garrison, will take part in the portion of the event that is intended to discuss Government & Society and how blockchain technology can disrupt and change these sectors and their relationship to one another.
HealthSpace CTO, Silas Garrison stated "I am delighted at the opportunity to contribute to a distinguished panel and discuss the revolutionary shift in technology constituted by blockchain. At HealthSpace, we are at the forefront of bringing this technology to market in order to completely revamp the way information is exchanged between private and public sectors. We look forward to the ideas and thoughts exchanged during this event."
HealthSpace is an industry leading technology company currently providing inspection, information, communication and data management systems for federal, state, county and municipal governments. Over the last decade, HealthSpace has successfully developed both enterprise and mobile internet-based applications currently serving over 300 state and local government organizations across North America. HealthSpace currently offers the only integrated inspection, administration and analytics product suite across all platforms in North America. Further, HealthSpace now delivers inspection and auditing systems to private businesses enabling them to gain visibility and predictability into their operations to improve performance and safety. As HealthSpace continues to deliver focused service and innovative solutions to government and business organizations, it is developing advanced blockchain technology to revolutionize service delivery to its core market while expanding into other commercial enterprise verticals.
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