Solve.Care: Platform for decentralization of healthcare and benefits administration
Aimed at improving care outcomes through coordination and eliminate costs of duplication, inefficiency, waste abuse and fraud
Pradeep has deep expertise in health and human services, finance and technology. He has been in the CEO, COO, CIO and CTO roles at various innovative technology companies for more than 25 years. Pradeep was deeply involved in designing and building solutions for
several public programs such as Medicaid, Children health insurance, Medicare, SNAP, TANF, mental health and many others. He has worked for and with insurance companies, employer sponsored benefits and US government programs related to healthcare, benefits and
Vadym’s entire career in software development has been related to product design, development and adoption. He 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. He is applying his disciplined approach to product management and sustainable solution design to manage the Solve.Care solution roadmap
Ph.D. —Senior Policy Advisor
He is the Resident Scholar with the American Research and Policy Institute in Washington, DC. Dr. Randall has extensive experience as a former top insurance regulator, legislative staff member, healthcare lobbyist, consultant and executive with not only insurance companies, but also with several provider trade groups in Washington. He is the author of over two dozen peer-reviewed journal articles, book chapters and commentaries with subject matter expertise in health care entitlements, health information technology and health care financing systems.
Backend Development Team Lead
Web Development Team Lead
DevOps Team Lead
Head of Marketing and Strategy
Manager of Marketing
Karen Bowling is the Vice President of Care Delivery and Transformation for WVU Medicine. She served in a number of management capacities in both the hospital setting and higher education until 1990 when she began working in hospital administration. From 2013 until January of 2017, Karen was Cabinet Secretary of the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR) under Governor Earl Ray Tomblin. Also, she was a board member of many not-for-profit organizations, which included the Raleigh County Community Action Association, YMCA of Beckley, and the Beckley Healthright Clinic.
James Moran served as the U.S Representative for the 8th congressional district of Virginia
from 1991 to 2015. During his tenure in the U.S. Congress, Mr. Moran focused heavily on
technology issues and was inducted into the American Electronics Hall of Fame. While in
Congress, he was a senior member of the House Appropriations Committee, served as
chairman and ranking member of the Subcommittee on the Interior and Environment, was a
senior member on the Defense and Military Construction Subcommittees, and served as a
member of the Steering and Policy Committee for the House Democratic Leadership.
Congressman Moran’s service on the Solve.Care Strategic Advisory Board will enormously
assist the company to meet the goals we have established for the platform.
Mr. Brubaker served as the U.S Transportation Research and Innovative Technology Administrator (RITA) as an appointee of President George W. Bush and Acting Chief Information Officer for the U.S. Department of Defense. Mr. Brubaker has extensive experience as technology executive and currently serves as CEO at The Alliance for Transportation Innovation, Inc. Senior level public policy and private sector leadership with proven experience creating breakthrough innovations through the convergence of policy, practice, and technology.
Mr. Friou has extensive experience as a life and health insurance executive. Over the last 44 years, he has had a wide variety of career experiences with Aflac, based in Columbus, Georgia. His most recent position, for the last 18 years, was Senior Vice President, Director of Government Relations. In June of 2017, Aflac announced his retirement to make way for the next generation, and for his pursuit of other endeavors including his role as an advisor to the Solve.Care Foundation.
Mr. Petersen is a principal at Arbor Strategies, LLC. Arbor Strategies is a government relations and strategic consulting firm, specializing in health care and insurance regulatory consulting. The firm’s primary focus is representing clients before the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, state insurance departments, federal agencies and Congress. Prior to joining Arbor Strategies, Mr. Petersen was a partner in Morris, Manning & Martin’s Washington, DC office where he served as chair of the firm’s Insurance Regulatory Practice Group.
- Crowdsale (35%)
- Token sale expenses (3%)
- Long term foundation budget (9%)
- Growth & acquisitions (15%)
- Reserved for team (18%)
- Community (20%)
- 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%)
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The project is led by a strong team with deep experience in the healthcare industry. Set of impressive advisors with deep expertise in healthcare. The White Paper contains considerable explanation of the Market. There is a wide range of technical and complementary documents so reader is left with the feeling that this is a team that understands the market they are planning to sell into.
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The project's expansion globally may take a long time since healthcare industry in each country has its specifics and peculiarities. Fund Allocation dedicated to Marketing is rather small.
The idea is well thought out and provides significant real world benefits If it goes well, the project can save a substantial amount of money in healthcare industry.
Q: What does CAN stands for?
A: CAN stands for Care Administration Network
Q: What is a CAN token?
A: CAN token is a digital token that gives token holder the right to use Solve.Care platform as a consumer, client or community membert A
detailed "Token Holder Rights" document is available
Q: Who are you selling CAN tokens to?
A: CAN tokens are being sold to clients, community, partners and supporters of our platform. CAN token holders can use the tokens to access the platform or sell the tokens in the secondary market to buyers
Q: How many CAN tokens will be issued?
A: CAN token supply is limited to 1000M. No more CAN tokens will be issued
Q: How many CAN tokens are you selling?
A: 350M CAN tokens offered for pre-sale and for token sale
Q: Is there a vesting schedule for reserved tokens?
A: Yes. All tokens for reserved for team have a vesting schedule of 36 months
Q: What will you do with unsold tokens?
A: All unsold tokens will be burned
Q: Will future token sales impact token price?
A: No. We will not sell tokens at a price below market and we will manage any token sales by company to a small percentage of average trading volume
Q: Is CAN a utility token or security token?
A: CAN is a utility token and does not carry any security rights such as equity, debt dividendv profit sharing or conversion to equity etc.
Q: Why are you filing with SEC if CAN is not a security?
A: We are taking a very conservative approach and treating our token buyers with same level of disclosure and due diligence as one would if
CAN was a security token. This is to protect our token buyers and ourselves in case of a regulatory audit
Q: How much money have founders put in the company?
A: Founders have so far invested more than $2.5M in the company that was used to build operations, build platform, buy Ukrsoft, start sales to US clients and run the token sale
Q: Is there a minimum threshold and related escrow?
A: Our minimum threshold has already been exceeded and there is no need for escrow
Q: Where is the team located?
A: 70% of our 50+ person team is located in Kiev, Ukraine, and the rest is located in the US and Tallinn Estonia
Q: Why did you incorporate in Estonia?
A: A digitally advanced government, favorable corporate tax climate, part of the EU, lower costs than in many other EU countries, strong
corporate law, stable banking system were the key factors during selection
Q: Why did you not incorporate in the US?
A: We are a global platform and we plan to sell our product to consumers and clients in every continent As such we expect to have partners,
processors and licensees in every major economy. So, we will expand to have the US presence in Q1 2018
Q: Who are your initial clients?
A: We are currently negotiating with multiple clients including the US Federal Government Agency, large healthcare delivery system in India, State Medicaid Agency and Care delivery network. These clients collectively represent more than 2M members
Q: What is Care.Wa|let
A: Care.Wallet is a personal care coordination application that learns from wallet holder's information and adapts to their needs. Care.Wallet delivers personalized information and control over clinical, administrative and financial aspect of wallet holder's healthcare
Q: Who are your clients?
A: Any organization responsible for delivering and managing healthcare and related benefits — insurance companies, hospitals and integrated delivery networks, provider networks, government agencies, large employers, national health agencies, world health organizations and many
Q: How will clients pay for the platform?
A: Clients typically will pay on a recurring basis using a per member per month model. This is the model most familiarto clients today
Q: Why will clients pay to use your platform?
A: Clients will see significant reduction in cost from use of our platform. The primary areas of client cost reduction are — administrative, IT
systemS, care utilization, client services, fraud, waste, abuse and duplication.
Q: How are you going to price the platform for clients?
A: We have priced the platform at about 10% of their current per member per month cost. Our clients will likely experience an instant return
on their investment
Q: What is your sales strategy?
A: We have deep experience in selling solutions to healthcare clients and government agencies over the last 25 years. Our approach is a combination of proposal management, partner management, brand management and account management. Please contact us for more details at [email protected]
Q: Where can I buy CAN tokens?
A: You can buy them on our website via the tokensale page (https://solve.care/tokensale)
Q: Why do I need to provide identification information before I can buy CAN tokens?
A: We are compliant with Know you client (KYC) and Anti money laundering (AM L) requirements that most financial institutions and
government agencies require. We will only sell tokens to those token buyers who pass the KYC and AML checks
Q: lam a US entity and lwant to buy CAN tokens. What should I do?
A: You must be an accredited investor to buy CAN tokens. Please contact us at [email protected]|ve.care and we will provide you instructions on how to proceed
Q: What are the key terms of CAN token sale?
I Starts Jan 15. 2018
I Ends Mar 9, 2018
I CAN price: $0085
I Starts Mar 31, 2018
o Ends Apr 30, 2018
0 CAN price: $0.10
Q: How can I get more information?
Email us at [email protected]|ve.care
Q: Can I contact your CEO directly?
I You may contact our CEO Pradeep Goel at [email protected]
I Hi5 linked in profile is: www.linkedin.com/in/goelpradeep