Solve.Care is a new project that uses Blockchain technology to create a more decentralized and transparent system for healthcare transactions, while reducing the annual healthcare costs in the world.
Real time updates are provided on the platform to all the participants, enabling physician offices to check patient eligibility and benefits details, coordinate care, and eliminate payer reimbursement bottlenecks.
Solve.Care has recently announced a multi-year contract for its decentralized healthcare administration platform with Arizona Care Network (ACN), a leading accountable care organization (ACO) in the US, which manages value based care contracts for its network of more than 5,000 physicians covering 250,000 members.
This partnership is a first in the healthcare industry, as it applies blockchain technology, cloud computing and cognitive learning capabilities to healthcare to directly reduce administrative costs and friction associated with value based care delivery and payments.
It is also interesting to note that Solve.care is expected to be deployed in healthcare delivery systems over the next 12-18 months in the Middle East, amongst other regions such as U.S, Canada and Asia.
Solve.Care’s CEO, Pradeep Goel, said in an interview with Diamond-Michael Scott “We anticipate having partnerships with insurance, hospital and government clients with clear use cases around improved access to care, reduced administrative costs and demonstrable improvement in improved outcome for patients.”
In fact, on March 13th 2018, Goel has participated in the 5th Global Family Office Investment Summit in Dubai, where he discussed the possibilities to revolutionize healthcare by simplifying access, scheduling, billing and payments with the platform built on Blockchain.
Due to Solve.Care’s high demand for its tokens, the CAN tokens during their pre-sale phase and the growth of the community, only whitelist participants will be able to buy CAN tokens during the token sale starting from March 31 till April 15, 2018.