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Solve.Care Joins The Blockchain Research Institute to Address Healthcare Inefficiencies

Solve.Care Joins The Blockchain Research Institute to Address Healthcare Inefficiencies

Telehealth company, Solve.Care, just joined the list of official members of the Blockchain Research Institute (BRI).

About BRI and Solve.Care

The BRI is an independent global think tank, with over 60 members bringing together researchers to embark on research focusing on blockchain technology. The members often comprise enterprises, governments and academic institutions to share knowledge and expertise in the profound application of blockchain technology. 

Solve.Care is a healthcare technology platform that leverages blockchain technology to change its delivery and patient care provision. By utilizing blockchain technology and its patient-centric model, Solve.Care addresses any inefficiencies present in the healthcare industry and improves care access. 

Health Care Evolution in Blockchain

Blockchain technology is highly expected to change how critical players in the healthcare system interact with one another. However, this technological revolution can only succeed with the thinking of a consortium, which implies all actors’ cooperation in the sector. The introduction and deployment of blockchain is an evolution over time as blockchain applications are tested and accepted, and industry converges to identify collaboration and management issues.

Don Tapscott, co-founder and CEO of BRI, said the next healthcare era would be ushered in by new technologies such as blockchain. At the Blockchain Research Institute, they have always enjoyed working with organizations like Solve.Care, which is at the forefront of digital transformation in healthcare and patients, said Tapscott.

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