Solve.Care invites the global community to participate in their Airdrop of CAN tokens. The Airdrop campaign rewards participants for joining and exploring the company’s simplified, decentralized approach to healthcare. Using blockchain technology, Solve.Care provides solutions for many problems associated with the current healthcare system. Solve.Care identifies coordination, administration, and payment as trouble zones in healthcare and aims to improve the healthcare process for all parties involved. Participants in the Airdrop each receive 100 CAN tokens by visiting Solve.Care and setting up a wallet. The Airdrop ends March 30, 2018. Participation in the Airdrop is open to everyone except for US entities.
Participants receive 100 CAN tokens free upon completing the following steps. The first step is to visit https://solve.care and click the “Airdrop” button. Next, join @SolveCare_Bot on Telegram. The bot guides participants through the wallet setup and claiming their free CAN tokens. Once connected on Telegram via the Solve.Care group, participants receive a unique link. The link allows participants to set up a CAN wallet and receive their free 100 CAN tokens.
All Airdrop participants will be verified through a KYC procedure. Verification takes up to 30 days. After participants are verified, CAN tokens will be issued to the wallet between May 16, 2018 and May 31, 2018.
Solve.Care employs blockchain technology to streamline the healthcare system and related processes. A blockchain consists of digital records of transactions that are stored in blocks that form chains of information. This decentralized technology is what makes cryptocurrency possible. Transparency of transactions without sacrificing users’ personal information is a massive benefit of blockchain. Solve.Care brings these benefits to the healthcare industry to solve existing issues like insurance fraud, long waits for distribution of benefits, and a lack of immediately accessible and comprehensive medical records.
Solve.Care opens practical communication channels between all parties. Simultaneously, confidentiality is protected, and information is communicated to the appropriate parties. Each party can communicate directly with the others. Effectively connecting stakeholders and strategically automating various processes eliminates unnecessary spending, wasted time, and much of the frustration often associated with healthcare administration.
Patients, doctors, hospitals, employers, administrators, and insurers can coordinate securely and efficiently via blockchain technology. The blockchain allows for a high level of transparency in healthcare by serving as a ledger of events. Events are stored in the blockchain, and computation of the events can provide verification or proof of service. For example, once proof of service is computed from the blockchain ledger, payment can be released automatically from escrow to pay for services. Automating processes like these is intended to close the gaps seen in current healthcare systems.
Mariya Ozadovskaya, [email protected]