We believe that the fundamental value unit in healthcare is the exchange between patient and provider. Everything we build further enables the quality of that value unit exchanged during the provider/patient appointment.
Problem: Providers and patients should be able to easily, securely share information and interact with each other, such as sharing patient records between providers or scheduling a referral for a patient in real time. That doesn’t exist today due to a highly fragmented health care software space that has high barriers to entry for inter-operability.
Solution: Blockchain, combined with a new way of doing integration between systems can solve these problems. For Blockchain to work in healthcare, an EMR-agnostic platform connecting provider ecosystems must be established, which no business model has supported creating to date. Appointments are central to value exchange in health care (currency); provider referrals are the primary mechanism (marketplace/exchange). Solving the scheduling problem in health care creates that infrastructure.
Our MVP/pilot had amazing results:
Are partnering with the market leaders in the referral management and care coordination space to rapidly roll real-time scheduling out and create the integrated blockchain-based network required to open up provider ecosystems to data democratization and innovation.
Raising seed round to execute on signed partnership with the largest in the space and take to their 75k providers.
Signed distribution partnership with largest referral platform in the industry to API our functionality to their existing customer base.December, 2017
Completed testing of industry changing integration approach that will allow on-boarding of new providers in 1-2 days vs 3 weeks to 3 months.November, 2017
Added functionality to handle the wide range of radiology complexity, allowing more robust scheduling.October, 2017
3 month metric check beat expectations.September, 2017
Launched MVP in pilot ecosystem.June, 2017
Raised angel round to launch MVP.February, 2017