Pradeep Goel, CEO of Solve.Care, told theRunet about how the Russian healthcare system can become the best in the world with the use of telemedicine and blockchain.
In mid-September 2017, an 8 year old girl from Melbourne died from influenza complications. Why did it happen? The New York Times reveals three reasons: a misinformed personal attitude about influenza and vaccines, ineffective messaging of healthcare providers to the public and, most importantly, the data
We’ve spoken to Pradeep Goel, CEO of Solve.Care Foundation about the new offering they are going to launch. Is it an ICO or is it not? According to Solve.Care they are going to launch their token sale, and it is not coin offering. ICOs are essentially
Blockchain technology is not the easiest thing to explain to newcomers. As a regular public speaker, how do you go about explaining it to a non-technical audience and which types of arguments and examples do you find to be the most effective?
NEW YORK, Sept. 25, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Solve.Care Foundation has announced the sale date for its platform tokens. CAN (Care Administration Network) is the native token of the Solve.Careplatform and will be available via the Early Adopter Sale beginning on Sept. 25, 2017…
Firm links people, insurers and government systems in two states’ health-insurance marketplaces…
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