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Solve.Care announces a telemedicine platform for remote care based on blockchain

May 23, 2020

The healthcare cryptocurrency startup, Solve.Care recently launched a blockchain platform for remote medication.

According to an announcement sent to Cointelegraph on May 22, Solve.Care has announced a new marketplace where users can see doctors anywhere in the world. It’s called the Global Telehealth Exchangeor GTHE.

The goal of the GTHE is also to give doctors the opportunity to participate in telemedicine by publishing their profiles, tariffs and availability and then accepting appointments. The system was designed with openness in mind so third-party telehealth solutions can use your registration.

Solve.Care announces a telemedicine platform for remote care based on blockchain
Solve.Care announces a telemedicine platform for remote care based on blockchain

The service will be accessible through the Care.Wallet health management systemand will be available to users in certain countries later this year.

Keep chain of medical records

Upon receiving the user’s permission, doctors who provide their services through the platform can view the patient’s previous medical records. This is to prevent the same evaluations from being carried out several times. It also helps prevent doctors from doing unnecessary medical tests.

All medical records and transactions, all made in the SOLVE token on the platform, are stored in a chain to ensure that the data is tamper-proof. Pradeep Goel, CEO of Solve.Care, explained why telemedicine is more important today than ever:

“The Covid-19 pandemic has seriously tested the way health systems are organized and delivered from different perspectives. Now more and more patients are reluctant to see their doctors about the pandemic. Doctors who don’t.” They are primarily involved in the treatment of Covid-19 cases and have seen a significant drop in patient appointments. The launch of the Global Telehealth Exchange aims to address this imbalance. “

The startup in the United Arab Emirates, in5 is also trying to use blockchain technology to mitigate the impact of the pandemic. They develop decentralized systems that the company believes will help contain the coronavirus.