Meet Solve.Care, we are the team building Solve.Care platform and we believe that it will redefine the future of healthcare and benefits administration, globally.
In the US alone, healthcare and benefits administration costs more than $3,200,000,000,000 yearly. But the model is so complex that no one seems to understand how it works, and even fewer seem to like it. Current benefits system is centralized and full of highly inefficient data silos resulting in duplication of effort, waste, and abuse.
Additionally, around the world, there are many counties where the level of healthcare could be improved through better consumer engagement and care coordination. Millions of citizens around the world don’t have access to information about the basic treatment of common diseases such as diabetes. Such outcomes are unacceptable in the modern world. Benefits should benefit people, not disappoint them at each step of the complicated path or leave them without necessary care.
We are building a real platform that simplifies the process and uses taxpayers’ money more effectively. It connects all the parties, automates transactions, provides personalized information to those who need it and helps them manage their care-related decisions.
We are working on this platform at Solve.Care, with the mission to create a truly decentralized and synchronized platform that uses Blockchain and smart contracts to remove many barriers on the way to care delivery, care coordination, data ownership and care accessibility.
Our CEO has worked with insurance companies, employer-sponsored benefits and US government programs related to healthcare, benefits and financial administration for more than 25 years and has built several successful technology companies. As we create this platform, we are leveraging the extensive experience in designing, implementing, integrating and maintaining healthcare systems of our leadership team. We are very good at developing software using a distributed global team model, at keeping costs down and maximizing the efficiency of capital.
The Solve.Care team
Originally posted on Medium.