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The majority of hospitals and other healthcare institutions have made the switch from paper-based techniques to something that is known as electronic health records, or EHRs. This change was made possible by technological advancements. Various parties need to exchange the data records they keep on one another, and users need to be allowed to exercise control over who has access to the information they have on file. The Electronic Health Record (EHR) system is beset by issues relating to managing problems, challenges with trust, and data protection. Data stored on blockchains are immutable, private, and accessible only by their intended users. Blockchain technology's use has also led to managing a system with the potential to provide decentralized data storage. In this research, we determine whether it is appropriate to deploy blockchain technology in EHR and explore its potential uses in the efficient leadership of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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