The global digital health market size was valued at $96.5 billion in 2020 of which 47% was mHealth tech (mobile health apps). The possibilities for taking advantage of blockchain technology to decentralize and put ownership of a patient’s information into their own hands is key. That’s why we’re very excited to be working with Solve.Care.
Solve.Care’s platform redefines the way healthcare is organized and empowers the patient to be in better control of their healthcare journey. Using the blockchain allows Solve.Care to enable the patient to securely own and control their own medical data. The platform connects all healthcare stakeholders (healthcare practitioners, care facilities, benefit providers, and patients), removing the barriers between them. Various Care Networks can be run on the Solve.Care platform to meet the specific requirements of a patient’s needs. They welcome developers and entrepreneurs to be their partners by creating and running Care Networks on the Solve.Care platform. Through the Solve.Care platform, we create an entire healthcare ecosystem that solves the world’s healthcare problems. . The industry leading platform has won prestigious international awards in New York, Singapore, and Toronto, beating out category leaders like IBM.
The Solve.Care journey began as a response to the current complex, bureaucratic healthcare system. With so many barriers it made sense for the Solve.Care platform to run decentralized patient-centric Care Networks, connecting people, and coordinating care, benefits, and payments. Patients and users can access these various Care Networks through a single interface, Solve.Care’s care coordination app, Care.Wallet. Their mission is to make healthcare work better for ourselves, parents, children, society, business, and the global economy.
Solve.Care is led by a very experienced leadership team deeply rooted in healthcare, technology and finance. Pradeep Goel, Founder and CEO, worked with past US presidents to design and build public program solutions for Medicaid, Medicare and other social services. He has built 4 healthcare IT companies and has been at the top of Deloitte's Technology Fast 500, INC500/5000.
Dapp category? Healthcare
Solve.Care believes that decentralization through the utilization of blockchain is key to improving the healthcare system. That patients should be empowered with the tools and knowledge so that they can make the best possible decisions that are right for their own healthcare journey. By partnering SKALE and utilizing the SKALE Network, Solve.Care is able to achieve greater levels of efficiency, flexibility and be faster in rolling out and running different Care Networks that serve the patient’s healthcare needs. For end-users, participation in the blockchain becomes even more cost efficient as gas fees are no longer dependent on the fluctuating supply and demand of the market. Recent Solve.Care accomplishments of include:
Building and delivering 2 Care Networks for clients.
- Provider Rewards Program (PRP) for Arizona Care Network (ACN) with 5,500 physicians and 250,000 patients: ACN received the NAACOS Innovation Award for their implementation of Solve.Care’s solution. Reduced waiting time of reward payments from 5 months to 2 weeks.
- Diabetes Care Network (DCAN) for global pharmaceutical company, Boehringer Ingelheim: Streamlined care for type 2 diabetes patients.
Team.Care Network - a solution for organizations and companies that focuses on employee engagement to ensure their well-being, with a COVID-19 component. The first client, Angel Kids Pediatrics, one of Florida’s largest pediatric practices, uses the product to ensure quick reporting of COVID-19 risks and exposure among their healthcare front-liners. Team.Care Network is currently being used by organizations (including schools) across the US and Asia.
Global Telehealth Exchange (GTHE) - the world’s first telemedicine solution built on the blockchain. Physician onboarding process is currently underway with physicians from more than 30 countries registered. When GTHE starts accepting patients, they will have access to doctors anywhere in the world at their fingertips. The currency to be used by patients to pay physicians for services is SOLVE, Solve.Care’s native token, which makes SOLVE the #1 healthcare token that brings real healthcare users to crypto/blockchain industry
“With blockchain, we are able to balance the need for privacy and rights of the patient, and the necessity for transparency and coordination needed in effective healthcare delivery. But today, we see constraints around costs, transaction speeds, and scalability of the blockchain. By using SKALE Network’s innovative approach, we will be able to address these concerns and help accelerate our global expansion strategies that we have in place to get us closer to realizing our unwavering mission in making healthcare work better for all of us.” Pradeep Goel, CEO of Solve.Care.
For more information on Solve.Care
Telegram Channel: https://t.me/SolveCare
Twitter handle: https://twitter.com/Solve_Care