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Blockchain and Health Care Industry
It’s not strange to find some people who explain blockchain technology as a simple payment method. Until now, many people still don’t know that blockchain has a much greater use than just cryptocurrency. Blockchain is mostly designed to function as a decentralized digital book that specializes in recording digital transactions and exchanging personal data such as value, goods and services.
Blockchain development caused a stir when the rave began a few years ago. Initially, it was all about the noise that was only witnessed in the technology sector. But today, it has become clear that some other industries will adopt revolutionary technology that sees that it has branched out into other sectors. Basically, everyone wants to stay up to date and competitive in their respective industries.
The blockchain revolution has reached the health care industry, and this is only the beginning of what is possible. The Rallies for Blockchain Healthcare, a study from IBM, found that 16% of health care executives surveyed had strong plans to implement commercial blockchain solutions this year, while 56% were expected by 2020. Health care companies, technology innovators and other health care industries wrestle with what is possible now and what blockchain can solve in the future.
The overall vision for the blockchain to disrupt health care in the future is to solve many of the problems that plague industry today to create a general database of health information that can be accessed by doctors and providers, no matter what electronic medical systems they use, more security and privacy high, less admin time for doctors so there is more time to spend on patient care, and even share better research results to facilitate new drug therapy and treatment therapy.
dClinic Project Overview
dClinic is a Singapore-based company that combines Hospital Clinics and Assets with a Revolutionary Digital Health Platform for the delivery of Health, Fitness and Vitality Services. Supported by Blockchain Technology. The Shared Care Planning (dClinic platform) will enable all care providers, including patients themselves, to contribute, follow and update their health care progress, health delivery systems will be far more effective and beneficial.
dClinic aims to solve current health system problems. Most clinics and medical facilities currently follow a one-on-one patient-provider interaction model that places providers (doctors) at patient care centers. The problem with this model is that it is not always easy to allow providers to consult with other health care providers and then follow the patient’s progress as part of a holistic joint care plan. This model is rigid and creates data silos that prevent collaborative efforts for positive health care outcomes.
On the dClinic Shared Care Platform, patients are at their care center and care is provided by care team members who can be providers, doctors, specialists, organizations, and even family members. dClinic believes that this solution will contribute significantly to improving service delivery. The Shared Care platform will facilitate cross-sharing of the medical history of patients who are registered to develop meaningful longitudinal health care plans.
The position of dClinic as a one-stop platform can bring much-needed transformation in the health sector. Doctors, service providers, caregivers, thought leaders, and governments, through the dClinic platform, can work together to enable the fulfillment of patient-centered health care systems. dClinic aims to demonstrate this in emerging markets in partnership with local providers and government agencies.
In addition, in addition to the Shared Care Platform, dClinic is currently expanding the Telemedicine Care Team-to-Patient application to work alongside the platform. The telemedicine application will allow users to consult their Care Team remotely (for example, on their cellphones) for a small fee, maybe even replaceable.
dClinic Platform Features
The dClinic platform will consist of:
dClinic Data eXchange Layer
This utilizes the latest health care data technologies such as open EHR data archetypes (which also allow Care Plans to be represented in patient / Consumer friendly languages and terms), FHIR2 and AI APIs (dClinic Artificial Intelligence machines) and integrate them into blockchain-powered
Data governance protocols that enable secure cross-communication and interoperability of all platform functions in real-time.
dClinic Blockchain APIs
- Various APIs such as Contracts, Certificates, Code Chain registry APIs will be exposed.
- Smart contracts on the blockchain will arrange transactions between different parties. This will be available for developers to build applications by utilizing dClinic data eXchange Layer
Datalake will represent a company solution that stores all data from all parties involved and must be used for analytical purposes.
dClinic App Store (DAS)
DAS opens all platforms to the world to expand and develop dClinic platforms with new features and possibilities.
- The provider dashboard for retrieving and updating patients’ health, social, and family history, stored in the openEHR4 layer and using it to develop effective treatment plans. The dashboard also allows care members to create and update treatment plans in the form of daily tasks, track progress, access current medical records and refer patient records to other providers in real-time.
- Patient dashboards that give patients reminders for daily tasks included in their treatment plan, access to a lifetime medical history, schedule of follow-up, and the ability to communicate with different care providers.
- Artificial intelligence, natural language processing, machine learning to improve health care models.
- NLP serves people of all ages to interact with the system and recommend support to patients based on their specific needs.
Data analysis plays an important role in understanding patient behavior. The Analytics API will be exposed to developers in a controlled environment to create applications to solve certain problems.
dClinic Reward System
This encourages patient adherence to their treatment plans and rewards. dClinic aims to integrate with all clinical and consumer based systems for maximum interoperability care providers through the blockchain-powered eReferral (Electronic Referral) program.
DClinic Feedback System
This is to check the quality of services offered by institutions, clinics, doctors and doctors who use PROM and PREM (Reported Patient Results and Experience Measurement).
To remain accessible to a large number of potential investors, dClinic will issue its own cryptocurrency tokens as tokens according to ERC-20 on the Ethereum blockchain, DHC tokens. The project has set itself up to $ 50 million of hard cover for Initial Token Sales as part of its overall mission to globalize the dClinic Platform.
ICO starts: 31 August, 00:00 GMT + 03:00
ICO ends: Hard cap is reached or 15 October, 00:00 GMT + 03:00
Token Name: dClinic Health Coin token
Token Ticker: DHC
Soft Cap: $ 20.000.000
Hard Cap: $ 50.000.000