dClinic and its experts, working with providers, governments and health organizations for many years, recognize that it is necessary to develop a promising healthcare platform in order to break traditional barriers to one-on-one interaction, resulting in patient data not readily available or available to other providers of medical services. The dClinic platform leads to the Shared Care model, where the patient is at the center of their care, and care is provided by members of the care team who can be providers, clinicians, specialists, organizations and even family members.
dClinic puts the patient at the center of their care and does not allow brick walls to limit their access to care. dClinic uses a blockchain to help and reward consumers for their participation and compliance with their care plans. Thus, dClinic is ready to disrupt the healthcare industry by introducing a new health model that encourages joint efforts to achieve positive health outcomes.
Formulation of the problem :
Most health technology systems begin a patient’s medical journey from visiting one-on-one to a doctor or hospital where the patient is registered in their local clinical system, such as electronic medical record (EMR), patient registration system (PAS) or GP (general practice). The reality is that patients are consumers, and their travel to medical care often includes many people and services that can not effectively participate in the provision of health services because the delivery of medical services is disrupted and fragmented. In fact, it is increasingly recognized that health and vitality services can also play an important role in patient outcomes. However, in existing traditional health care systems, Individuals and service providers work in silos with fragmented data around one patient derived from interactions, aggravated by individual meetings between patients and their providers of health services. Globally, we lack a single platform, where instead of data silos, information about the patient is collected, shared and used with a consortium of doctors and service providers. The full history and journey of the patient’s electronic medical records (EHR) can help bridge the gap that exists in the health sector, while at the same time encouraging all people to make care more cost-effective. aggravated by individual meetings between patients and their providers of medical services. Globally, we lack a single platform, where instead of data silos, information about the patient is collected, shared and used with a consortium of doctors and service providers. The full history and journey of the patient’s electronic medical records (EHR) can help bridge the gap that exists in the health sector, while at the same time encouraging all people to make care more cost-effective. aggravated by individual meetings between patients and their providers of medical services. Globally, we lack a single platform, where instead of data silos, information about the patient is collected, shared and used with a consortium of doctors and service providers. The full history and journey of the patient’s electronic medical records (EHR) can help bridge the gap that exists in the health sector, while at the same time encouraging all people to make care more cost-effective.
An overview of :
Blockchain’s healthcare solution will help to easily and individually link people, health care providers and everyone involved in the care process. KYC and Secure Messaging will ensure the security and transparency of communications. Available services, medical routine and life-cycle statistics will be stored as secure data points in Blockchain, which can not be forged.
Now, with the introduction of the blockade in joint treatment planning (dClinic platform), which will allow all health professionals, including the patient, to contribute, monitor and update their progress in healthcare, the delivery system will become much more effective and useful. Communication between all stakeholders with the patient at the center of their care will greatly improve the provision of services. In our opinion, the industry will witness the transition of the paradigm from disparate data sets of medical records to a single decentralized public account (dClinic EHR or dEHR). The general care platform will facilitate the sharing of the recorded health history of the patient to develop a meaningful longitudinal health plan. The dClinic position as a one-stop platform can lead to much-needed transformation in the health sector. A variety of clinicians, service providers, trustees, thinkers and governments through the dClinic platform can work together to ensure the implementation of a patient-centered delivery system.
dClinic seeks to demonstrate this in emerging markets in partnership with local suppliers and government agencies.
Our team has many years of experience in the field of healthcare, and from our many worldwide implementations it is clear that the patient (or consumer) should be at the center of their care. Our thesis is that by making the General Assistance Plan the main client and the portal client for accessing clinical and non-clinical customer data, dClinic will greatly help the health care system by providing Care Care personnel with accurate and real-time data, is holistically related to the patient , which leads to better treatment outcomes.
dClinic is a gaming device for the healthcare industry, because :
dClinic Health Coins have a value from the first day. The consumer can help promote this value proposition of dClinic Healthcare and receive a reward for participating in dClinic.
dClinic puts the consumer at the center of their healthcare, managing all transactions through their General Assistance Plan.
dClinic enables clinicians and members of the care team to allow them access to the right consumer data.
Consumers can meaningfully interact with their care plans, because care plans are presented in a user-friendly environment and (non-clinical) language. Our choice for clinical modeling also allows language agnostic care plans.
The co-authors of the joint care plan (and, therefore, potential recipients of medical coins) will include consumers, clinicians, caregivers, and family members. Participants in the plan to care for consumers will receive financial and medical rewards. The dClinic platform includes blocking and rewarding of all participants. Everyone benefits from participation and commitment to care plans.
The care plan will be inclusive, not exclusive to the traditional clinical system. Wellness and Vitality will also play an important role in terms of customer service. Third parties working with other clinical systems and devices can also integrate into the dClinic platform.
dClinic will manage this care model, with clinics and hospitals that will integrate the dClinic platform in a holistic manner.
The dClinic platform will interact with as many devices as possible to really allow the consumer and clinician to interact with the customer service plan.
All owners of dClinic tokens, including those who have subscribed to our token sale, are automatically registered as part of the dClinic Loyalty and Rewards program.
DClinic platform :
Smart contracts on the dClinic Blockchain (dBC) platform support the dClinic communication protocol. dBC implements the safe handling of Healthcare data about its blocking chain, which allows securely running customizable code in a decentralized network.
dClinic uses this by extracting medical information from compatible longitudinal EHRs using the FHIR API and storing the EHR Index on the block layer.
This decentralized EHR index is then used by health care providers to access, share and update patient care data through the provider’s personal dashboard from anywhere in the world if patients give them access to the data.
Any interaction with the patient’s medical data is verified, transparent and secure and will be recorded as a transaction on the dClinic block chain, thereby ensuring patient confidentiality at any time.
Transactions in blocks will contain an EHR index, an encrypted link to the health record stored on the dEHR platform, and a timestamp for creating the transaction.
Patients can compile complete information about their medical data and allow other viewers, such as doctors, giving a second opinion as an electronic referral.
Information on the token:
Token Token: DHC
Full name of the token: dClinic Health Coin token
ICO begins: August 31st, 00:00 GMT + 03: 00
ICO ends: Hard cap reached or October 15th, 00:00 GMT + 03: 00
ICO Hard Cap: $ 50,000,000
ICO Soft Cap: $ 20,000,000
Registration Details: 1 North Bridge Road, # 10-05 / 06, High Street Center
December 31, 2016 • Beginning of the dClinic platform
• Scheduled Shared Service Scheduling (ShCP)
• Built-in Telemedicine platform for general service planning
• Embedded OpenEHR storage
• Built-in FHIR API
• Development of beta dClinic
December 31, 2017 • The dClinic V1.0 platform was completed
• The dClinic platform was completed and started on some beta sites
• New dClinic sites (clinics and hospitals) agreed in Indonesia
• An agreed partner for the delivery of medical services in Indonesia •
• The Negotiating Office in Indonesia
March 31, 2018 • A consultative group of doctors and experts is health care and blocking
• A dClinic (DHC) token has been prepared,
June 30, 2018 • Finalized sale of dClinic (DHC) tokens
• Website and white paper audit
• Launch of the dClinic Build V2.0
platform • Beginning of the dClinic Open EHR block platform
• Smart Contracts audit
September 30, 2018 • Launch dClinic (DHC) token sales
• Continue building a dClinic platform included with Blockchain for a portable EHR
• Prepare a membership program in the cClinic fraud lottery
• Develop plans for at least two Bichoil listings, including one in Indonesia
December 31, 2018 • Completion of the release (based on analysis and refinement of existing agreed plans) Plans for the implementation of individual Indonesian projects
• Start of the Sanur for One Day project • Beginning of the project of the Villa Little Hansa Wellness Center
• Beginning of the project of the sanur development department local development)
• Complete plans for at least 2 Bitcoins, including one in Indonesia
March 31, 2019 • Launch the dClinic V2.0 platform
• Formulate a roadmap for the dClinic Platform for the next 2 years
• Start DHC with at least two Bitcom exchanges
• A clinical trial project begins
• The ASIH project for women and children’s hospitals begins
June 30, 2019 • Start the Kerobokan
Viability Center project • The hospital project begins Sahid Sahirman
30 September 2019 • Implementation of Indonesian projects
December 31, 2019 • Release the dClinic V3.0 platform
• Release the FHIR API to a wider market for third-party developers to use our dClinic and EHR platform
March 31, 2020 • Prepare the dClinic franchise model. Marketing and sales for dClinics all over the world. In particular, Malaysia, the Philippines, Brazil, Miami and Australia
June 30, 2020 • Initiate franchising opportunities in emerging markets
• Expand membership program in the dClinic monetary policy loyalty program
• Continue the implementation of Indonesian projects
September 30, 2020 • Continue the implementation of Indonesian projects
• Explore more opportunities for franchising in new emerging markets
• Increase the membership program in the fraud lottery dClinic Health Coin
December 31, 2020 • Develop a global franchise program
• The Carstensz life cycle project was launched
December 31, 2021 • All Indonesian projects, with the exception of the Karstensh Center for Sustainability
December 31, 2022 • All Indonesian projects
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