A healthcare blockchain company called Solve.Care has collaborated with the on-demand transportation company Lyft in order to provide medical transportation.
Solve.Care wallet (SOLVE) users will have control over medical transportation. They can schedule their own Lyft rides to clinics, hospitals, and pharmacies. They can connect with them at any time and pay via SOLVE. The rides payments can also be shared with family members and others.
The CEO of the Blockchain Company Solve.Care Pradeep Goel said, “Solve.Care is continuously working to offer better access to medical care. By partnering with Lyft, our platform will provide a more efficient and seamless experience for patients and enable payers, employers, and other agencies to improve patient satisfaction through timely access to care, reduced wait times, and simpler cost-sharing and access to transportation subsidies.”
Solve.Care has already developed a blockchain platform with the aim to coordinate and administrate healthcare. It also aims to facilitate healthcare payments.
The platform is also designed to help employers, physicians, insurers, etc. For employers, it administers benefits and reduces costs along with rewarding their employees. For physicians, it coordinates with specialists, manages appointments and issues prescriptions. For insurers, it coordinates benefits, reduces administrative friction and makes accurate payments, the official website of Solve.Care reported.
Pradeep Goel has 26+ years of experience in healthcare IT. Karen Bowling is one of the strong advisors with profound domain knowledge as a congressman of the US James Moran. Paul Brubaker is the former Cabinet Secretary of the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources and the former deputy CIO of Pentagon. Karen Bowling and Paul Brubaker are the major parts of the advisory board of Solve.Care.
The Blockchain Company Solve.Care has collaborated with KuCoin. KuCoin listed Solve.Care (SOLVE) on its platform. SOLVE token is a token of the company. It became the first-ever company to use blockchain technology along with crypto payments for healthcare, the digital journal reported.[The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views and/or the official policy of the website. ]