Blockchain in Healthcare Today (BHTY) is the leading international open access journal that amplifies and disseminates distributed ledger technology research and innovations in the healthcare information systems, clinical computing, network technologies and biomedical sciences. Fields of interest include leveraging data science tools and techniques, health information systems interoperability, consent mechanisms, privacy preservation, security of health data, clinical support and clinical trials management, supply chain management, revenue cycle automation, immersive technologies, DAOs, tokenomics, and failed experiments in this specialty field of research.

The preeminent international journal is published on a continuous basis to accelerate sharing rigorously vetted theoretical and experiential knowledge required for a global multi-disciplinary ecosystem. A world-class peer review board offers  constructive commentary to strengthen work.

Editorial Focus:

  • USE CASES:  contact tracing,  supply chains and management, distributed data storage, security and privacy, cybersecurity, enterprise grade, discovery frameworks, roadmaps, key learnings from successful and unsuccessful experiences

  • SPECIAL REPORTS: public health impact, pandemic core challenges and opportunities with DLT, consensus statements, guidelines and recommendations from a task force or work group, technology adoption and market trends, regulatory healthcare compliance and the impact of relaxed policies. These manuscripts are neither reviews nor original reports of primary research. 

  • MODELS for TRUST: Zero knowledge proofs and data privacy, Secure multiparty computation and privacy preserving technology, consensus algorithms and data provenance, transactional data sharing and integrity.  

  • NEW BUSINESS MODELS: value based health economics, incentive models, cashless economy, internet of value, ecosystem structure and dynamics, scalability, sustainability, and disintermediation

  • HIT: Electronic Health Records, interoperability, medical devices, clinical trials, provenance,  Internet of Things (IoT), wearables, sensors, smart  homes and health environments

  • LEGAL, REGULATORY, GOVERNANCE and ETHICS: health policy, regulation, governance, consumer protection, ethical considerations for new technology, health insurance, fraud, liability, indemnification

  • EDUCATION: technology fundamentals, innovation management, managing digital transformation, workforce transformation

Submission Categories

Authors around the globe are invited to submit manuscripts in the following categories:

  • Original Research

  • Proof of Concept//Pilots/Methodologies

  • Use Case

  • Production/Deployment

  • Narrative/Systematic Reviews/Meta-Analysis

  • Clinical Case Studies

  • Technical Briefs & Reports

  • Editorial or Discussion

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BHTY's audience includes leadership from research, payer organizations, business, universities, consultants, entrepreneurs/startups, biopharma/device/pharmacy, government, policy, NGO, engineers, health information technologists, cybersecurity, auditors, computational engineers, computer scientists, data scientists, healthcare network users, public health, hospitals and innovation labs across the globe and invites all those with an interest in the latest knowledge on blockchain technology and DLT to its community.


BHTY is indexed in 13 databases including

  • PubMed (Accepted December 2022)

  • SCOPUS (Accepted January 2022)

  • Engineering Village

  • ScienceOpen

  • Index Copernicus

  • Unpaywall


  • Google Scholar

  • Geneva Foundation for Medical Education and Research (GFMER)

  • ProQuest Health & Medical Complete

  • ProQuest Public Health

  • ProQuest Nursing & Allied Health Program

  • Public Knowledge Project metadata harvester

Memberships and Affiliations

  • COPE

  • COVID-19 Healthcare Coalition

  • DORA


  • Research Data Alliance (RDA)

  • (sharing COVID-19 research data)

  • UN SDG Publisher’s Compact

  • Helsinki Initiative on Multilingualism

  • Management and Ownership

    Partners in Digital Health (PDH), was founded in 2015 and is privately owned and independently operated. Please see correspondence details below to contact the owner for inquiries.

    Partners in Digital Health

    241 Hamilton Avenue, Suite 21

    Stamford, CT 06902, USA

    Attention: Tory Cenaj, Owner and Publisher

    Those with an interest in submitting a manuscript or obtaining further information are encouraged to do so. Send inquiries to the Managing Editor, John Russo, PharmD, at or the Owner and Publisher, Tory Cenaj, at