Solve Care: Healthcare on Blockchain
Platform for Decentralization of healthcare and benefits administration
Solve.Care acquired Ukrsoft
Successfully met the soft cap during the Private sale
Release of Care.Wallet 1.0
Solve.Care signed first commercial customer with more than 250 000 clients
CEO of the company
Pradeep Goel spent more than 26 years in healthcare IT. During this time Pradeep Goel has built 4 healthcare IT companies and has been at the top of INC500 fastest growing companies lists multiple times. Pradeep is also on the 100 most promising entrepreneurs worldwide complied by Goldman Sachs CEO. In 2011 appointed by Governor of North Dakota to HITAC council to help direct state-wide health records initiatives for insurers and consumers. From 2012 to 2017 Pradeep has been working with healthcare initiatives of two US Presidents to design and build several public program solutions including Medicaid, Medicare, social services, children’s health, mental health and many other programs.
Chief Technology Officer
Vadym’s entire career in software development has been related to product design, development and adoption. Vadym spent more than a decade in the Health and Human Services sector building and deploying enterprise systems for government and commercial organizations. Since 2004, Vadym’s primary focus has been to deliver products and solutions which bring value to clients and citizens. Having been involved in several projects with potential for broad impact on large groups of populations, he has learned to combine technology, innovation and proven development methodologies with awareness of how technology can and should impact lives. Vadym is applying his disciplined approach to product management and sustainable solution design to manage the Solve.Care solution roadmap. He is also the champion of the Care.Community approach to drive innovation and adoption of our platform around the globe.
Senior Policy Advisor
Dr. Randall received his Ph.D. in Political Science (Policy Analysis and Administration) from Kent State University. He currently serves as Executive Director and is Resident Scholar with the American Research and Policy Institute (www.arapi.org) in Washington, DC. Dr. Randall has extensive experience as a former top insurance regulator, legislative staff member, health care lobbyist, consultant and executive with not only insurance companies, but also with several provider trade groups in Washington. He has testified before both U.S. House and Senate committees of Congress on a variety of health policy issues. He also has over two dozen peer-reviewed and professional publications as well as book chapters on health information technology, health care entitlements and the policy process surrounding health care reform.
Backend Development Team Lead
Web Development Team Lead
DevOps Team Lead
Head of Marketing and Strategy
Manager of Marketing
- Crowdsale (35%)
- Community (20%)
- Reserved for team (18%)
- Growth & acquisitions (15%)
- Long term foundation budget (9%)
- Token sale expenses (3%)
- Development (31%)
- Subscribers and acquisitions (25%)
- Community and partner eco-system (16%)
- Sales and marketing (12%)
- General and administrative (9%)
- Legal and compliance (3%)
- Infrastructure and project management (2%)
- Token Sale (2%)
Cost of the token100 tokens for 7 $
Price without discounts
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A very interesting and promising humanitarian project that uses blockchain to ensure that health and benefits programs work better and more efficiently. This decision removes many intermediaries and third parties, speeding up and reducing the cost of many services, thereby making them more accessible.
Risks and disadvantages
I can say next minuses: an insufficiently thought-out strategy for implementing this project in existing systems in the healthcare and humanitarian sector. Integration of these projects is rather complicated and takes more than one year before a prepared project can be put into operation.
I think this project has a great future and good prospects, investments in this solution will not bring instant and large dividends, but in the long period this project will grow and gain popularity, and the value of their tokens and overall capitalization will grow.
Website is translated into many languages, which means that the team pays high attention to investors from all over the world. Detailed WP (52 pages ) where is main idea is outlined. Availability of lots of social media ( Bitcointalk, Medium, Reddit, Github). There is also a phone calls service.
Risks and disadvantages
There is no alpha version. Thus, nothing mentioned about advisors and partners. Roadmap looks not informative enough, as it is divided into quarters, not months.
The idea is of introducing health care into Blockchain is great, but lots of things should be done. There is no uniques policy of all counties towards health care. Thus Blockchain is not regulated yet in many countries.
The project accepts more than than one cryptocurency which gives the token distributed value and also attracts a larger number of investors. The project offers relatively reasonable discounts for the early buyers and a good price for the token which will strengthen the token value through creating high demand for purchase and low demand for sale after entering the exchange. The project carry's out the toke old system which is good for future token development. The budget provides for future project development which will increase on the investor retention the project even after the pre -ICO sales. the project has good video content and will entice investors to look into the project this will also enable the project to stand out from the many ICO projects in the market
Risks and disadvantages
More is still desire in improving the traffic statistics of the project , this might the affect the project pre-ICO that might not attract enough investors to reach the hard cap or even the soft cap. The team doesn't have a well laid out road map explaining various events to happen which doesn't show a good picture t the investors. The team needs a group of experienced advisers , short of this the project is ruining a blind race. The project is likely to face competition from other projects like ehealth
The business model is good it looks into providing effective health services which is a social amenity needed by everyone this increases its market base and also investor interest. Accepting a various number of cryptocurrencies might increase the number of potential investors in the project. The project can also focus on reaching out to investors by attending conferences and presenting their project to those investors that could be interested.