Crypto Healthcare Startup Released a Blockchain Remote Medicine Platform

By Emily Rys | May 23, 2020

Crypto healthcare firm Solve.Care has reportedly a remote healthcare solution, enabling consultations from healthcare specialists to individuals across the globe. 

Specifically, the newly-developed platform – dubbed Global Telehealth Exchange (GTHE) – was also reportedly designed to offer a marketplace, where doctors can practice telemedicine, via providing their profiles, rates, availability, and select to take appointments. 

The system is reportedly also compatible with third-party telehealth tools, which can utilize its registry. It will also reportedly be accessible via the Care.Wallet healthcare management network, and will be rolled out to a few specially chosen nations, towards the latter of 2020. 

Following an authorization granted by the user, physicians utilizing the platform to practice their profession will have the ability to go through the person’s health data. This initiative was reportedly employed to help steer clear from repeated assessments, and conduct unnecessary medical tests.

Medical records and transactions – conducted using the SOLVE token – via the platform will be safely kept on-chain to achieve the tamper-proof status. 

“The Covid-19 pandemic has severely tested the way healthcare systems are organized and delivered from a number of perspectives. Now, more and more patients are reluctant to visit their doctors due to the pandemic. Medical practitioners who are not primarily involved in treating Covid-19 cases have experienced a significant drop in patient appointments. The launch of Global Telehealth Exchange is geared towards remedying this imbalance.” Head of Solve.Care – Pradeep Goel – reportedly provided explanations to the crucial role of telemedicine nowadays.

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