Physicians from 28 countries begin setting up online practices, breaking down geographical barriers between doctors and patients
Singapore – December 23, 2020 – In continuing its mission of revolutionizing how healthcare is delivered and accessed, global blockchain healthtech platform Solve.Care today announced the activation of the first batch of physicians on its Global Telehealth Exchange (GTHE).
A first-of-its-kind landmark deployment of blockchain and digital currency aimed at enabling patients to easily access healthcare services anywhere in the world, physicians have now been listed on the GTHE blockchain registry. Here they can publish their profiles, rates, availability, and accept appointments. GTHE offers physicians a unique level of autonomy, control, and automation over how they practice medicine; individual physicians can decide how, when, where, and to whom they will offer healthcare, as well as determining the parameters and perimeters of their offering, be it local or global, specific or general. The efficiency of GTHE also removes many unnecessary administrative tasks which plague the healthcare industry today.
For patients, GTHE respects and enforces patient rights and privacy, giving them complete control over their healthcare data. This unique service is provided on the blockchain using SOLVE tokens, the company’s native digital token, and provides unparalleled levels of security for both physicians and patients, making it the most secure telehealth solution in the world.
Pradeep Goel, CEO of Solve.Care, commented, “Today marks a milestone moment for Solve.Care and our global community of physicians as we continue to tackle the challenges facing the global healthcare system. Telehealth is a major real-world solution that is breaking down barriers in our healthcare systems, increasing accessibility, and reducing inequality. GTHE goes even further than a simple teleconsultation and is designed to meet the needs of physicians and patients alike, whilst minimizing paperwork and bureaucracy and respecting the rights and privacy of both patients and physicians.”
Dr. Swapna Vaidya, Psychiatrist-Associate at Kaiser Permanente Washington said, “When I first heard about the vision of GTHE, I was truly excited of it’s potential. Through GTHE, physicians can finally practice medicine the way they want to. GTHE holds the promise of how healthcare should be. It will allow us to achieve the Utopia of medicine.”
GTHE can be accessed through Care.Wallet, Solve.Care’s personalized healthcare management system.