Tallinn, Estonia, 22 March 2023: Solve.Care, a healthcare platform company that leverages blockchain to deliver better care, have announced the appointment of Dr. Randall Lee to its Advisory Board. Dr. Lee’s vast expertise in clinical settings and operations, as well as finance in the US, will add valuable knowledge and coveted insight when developing efficient digital health networks for healthcare organizations on the Care.Platform.
Dr. Lee has over 20 years of experience in medical leadership, operations, and investment strategy. He is an Assistant Professor and Fellowship Director for Medical Leadership and Operations at George Washington University School of Medicine. In addition to his academic and operational responsibilities at GW University and its affiliates, Dr. Lee practices emergency medicine at George Washington University Hospital, playing a vital role in related clinical, educational, research, and consulting programs.
“I am excited about the potential of the Solve.Care decentralized platform to streamline coordination and administration in healthcare, leading to increased efficiency, transparency, and affordability for patients,” said Dr. Lee. “Furthermore, I firmly believe that the Care.Platform will enhance access-to-care for millions of people around the world.”
After a successful 10-year career on Wall Street managing investment portfolios, evaluating new strategies, and growing various company and divisional operations, Dr. Lee is well positioned to usher Solve.Care into its new era of blockchain and healthcare integration.
Dr. Lee joins other notable Advisory Board members such as former U.S. Congressman James Moran, American Policy and Research Institute Executive Director Dr. David Randall, Cleveland Clinic Canada CEO Michael Kessel, and Former Senior Vice President of Government Relations at Aflac, Jack Friou. This team of leaders provides counsel and works together to help Solve.Care drive better healthcare in a Web3 world.
“Solve.Care’s advisory board plays a critical role in providing guidance and expertise to ensure that we remain at the forefront of healthcare innovation while staying compliant with regulatory requirements,” said Pradeep Goel, CEO of Solve.Care. “We are excited to have Dr. Lee join us and look forward to his contributions on key issues related to healthcare, technology, finance, and regulatory compliance.”