MedicoHealth blockchain-based project is designed to improve the fragmented healthcare system, where we know we can make a significant difference for the better by tackling just one truly important issue.
An average patient anywhere in the world has very limited options when in need of prompt, a fordable and reliable consultation about their condition from a physician or a specialist of their choosing.
MEDICOHEALTH PLATFORM allows for fully anonymous, safe and client communication with world’s leading physicians. Physician credentials, together with license validity information are updated in an immutable decentralised database. Patient data is anonymously stored and accessed only by selected physicians for a limited amount of time. Payments are fully tokenised and anonymous. Token runs the system and compensates the service provider, platform, underlying protocol and blockchain layer use.
Healthcare industry is constantly growing in value and complexity. But unlike other major industries, IT is yet to fully disrupt healthcare.
Decentralized ledger technology enables traceability, data immutability and creation of secure methods for privacy protection, thus representing a perfect fit for healthcare.
For healthcare to work efficiently, patients, clinics, doctors and other healthcare professionals need to be better connected to each other.
After closely examining the possibilities for global and client use of blockchain technology in healthcare, with actual state of the art of technology in mind, we came up with Medicohealth decentralized application.
Easy access to the best doctors for a specific treatment and personal medical data – locally and worldwide.
Knowledge and information exchange between doctors, clinics, insurances and third parties ensure correct treatment.
Made to Improve
That means shorter waiting lists, less expensive health insurance and much more personalized health care.
Medicohealth already received an angel investment, therefore token buyers are contributing to a project that already went through the scrutiny of due diligence made by private investors.