Solve.Care has announced that Dr. Ashis Chawla has joined the Product Management Council bringing yet another level of profound expertise to the healthcare solution company.
Solve.Care platform addresses the core need of coordinating all parties and communicating all relevant events and circumstances by using a decentralized approach that delivers all relevant information and conditions to the right party exactly when needed. The current model of healthcare coordination requires considerable manual effort from all parties, starting with patients and extends to doctors, eligibility workers, case managers, billing agents, reviewers, auditors and many more.
Dr. Ashis Chawla is an early adopter of blockchain technology and has a keen interest in electronic medical record integration in private medical offices and public healthcare organizations. His scope of practice includes treating both benign and malignant urologic conditions with a special interest in minimally invasive surgery:
\”As a physician involved in the care and management of complex medical conditions, the need for a complete decentralized blockchain solution for patient care is currently lacking. The global scope of the Solve.Care platform, as well as the unique approach it takes to address multi-system uses in healthcare among patients, physicians, and administrators will help patients globally. I am excited to be a part of the Product Management Council team in helping revolutionize patient care on the blockchain.\”
Product Management Council (PMC) is responsible for roadmap creation, review, publication, approval and updates. PMC is required to actively manage a roadmap for the current quarter and to pioneer plans for the future success of the company.
About Dr. Ashis Chawla
Dr. Ashis Chawla is a physician and surgeon at St. Joseph’s Health Centre, as well as Cleveland Clinic Canada. He has an academic appointment in the Department of Surgery at the University of Toronto. He is a Diplomat of the American Board of Urology and a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Since completing his training he has been actively involved in medical education which has led him to several recognitions including teaching awards at both the postgraduate and undergraduate levels. He presently provides training for the Endo-Urology and Minimally Invasive Surgery Fellowship at St. Joseph’s Health Centre. Dr. Chawla has been actively involved in several research endeavours in the area of minimally invasive surgery with an emphasis on renal and prostate cancer. Dr. Chawla remains active in many leadership roles both at the local and provincial level as a Faculty Liaison on many leadership groups and committees including the Ontario Medical Association as Secretary, Section of Urology.
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