(US, Delaware – Oct. 25) — Solve.Care is participating at Malta Blockchain Summit (MBS) 1-2 November, 2018, in St Julian’s, Malta.
Pradeep Goel, the CEO of Solve.Care, has been invited to take part in a panel discussion at MBS called Blockchain as a Catalyst for Change. He will also deliver a presentation based on Solve.Care’s recently-released product. In both instances, Pradeep will share his expertise with blockchain through the lens of his over 26 years of experience in healthcare and his work with healthcare initiatives of two US Presidents.
Solve.Care is a catalyst for change in that it can positively alter the healthcare industry’s status quo via blockchain technology. Governments benefit in many ways from streamlining healthcare administration, including the improvement of the healthcare provided, preventing fraud and theft, and eliminating duplicate and unnecessary tests and consultations.
Reducing costs while improving outcomes by decreasing the administrative burden upon all parties and improving communication while fostering a collaborative healthcare environment will make Solve.Care a standard for governments of all sizes.
Pradeep Goel is looking forward to sharing the Solve.Care solution with the Summit’s attendees, saying:
“Malta Blockchain Summit is the perfect place to examine the issues that affect modernization via blockchain. With its technology-friendly legislation and government not afraid to embrace cutting-edge solutions, Malta is rapidly becoming the hub from which blockchain can address issues that need change. I’m sure we’ll see a lot of good ideas come out of this summit.”
MBS expects 7,500 attendees to show up and discuss issues such as the Maltese attempts to create technology-friendly legislation. Other topics include balancing consumer protection and technological advancement, taxation, and decentralization.
The Solve.Care platform is a revolutionary healthcare administration platform designed for use by patients, employers, physicians, healthcare organizations, and insurance companies. The purpose of the platform, which is driven by blockchain technology, is to eliminate current issues in healthcare, including inefficiencies, delays in care, insurance fraud, and wasteful spending in the industry.
The platform injects unprecedented levels of accountability and transparency into the administration of care, improving the efficiency and effectiveness of care delivery. Strategic communication channels are also fundamental to the platform. Privacy is a priority of these channels as is the facilitation of timely coordination between physicians, pharmacies, providers, and patients.
The goal of the platform is to benefit all stakeholders involved in the healthcare system by replacing inefficient and duplicative systems with intelligent automation to save billions of dollars in costs per year. Patients are empowered to manage their healthcare decisions. Employers can use the platform to administer benefits, reduce costs, and reward their employees. Physicians and hospitals can issue prescriptions, manage appointments, and coordinate with specialists.
Solve.Care has signed a multi-year contract for its decentralized healthcare administration platform with Arizona Care Network (ACN), a leading accountable care organization (ACO) in the US with a network of more than 5,500 physicians covering 250,000 members.
Mariya Ozadovskaya, [email protected]