Aims to Achieve the Same Major Provider Stays in the Crypto-Health Economy?

The global healthcare expenditure market processes $1–2 trillion in transactions per day. Cryptocurrency’s daily share in all its industries including healthcare is relatively small. So far there are 58 countries in the world with universal healthcare, there are over 100 Countries with no universal or free healthcare. Healthcare services that use crypto-tokens and blockchain are just at the beginning.

According to the GreaterGoodSociety “The future of accessing free healthcare is here. Democratization of health for all levels of society has begun. “The Digital healthcare world is pouring its creative energy into this explosion of new Blockchain and AI Technologies and exciting business models. But access— that less headline-grabbing yet fundamental element—is getting left behind. What if an individual’s most significant healthcare service is tied to a specific set of rules that prevents a patient from considering seeking medical help, or self- medicates, without quick access to a healthcare provider? They could be in serious trouble. This issue already exists today. The largest healthcare providers in traditional healthcare are global hospital chains, governments and other healthcare institutions such as Keyser Permanente, UnitedHealth Group, and Aetna.

Currently, the accessibility landscape for patients is fragmented. The top healthcare providers all offer the same ways to access healthcare, and no one healthcare provider differentiates in any one method of access. Furthermore, accessibility and the best prices for a given healthcare service can shift from one provider to another. At any time, the best way to get medical attention might be in a local hospital or government service. The ailment may be avoided with home treatment but there is no way to find out for sure and internet searches are questionable at best. The same is true for all patients who have chronic diseases. In a sense, the various healthcare providers are accessibility Silos. They offer great service in some areas once there, but their accessibility is limited to clients who have the means to reach them and know of their benefits. While most of the healthcare providers offer easy access in certain basic services (ER, lab studies, etc.), there is no real-time convenient and highly-accessible on-ramp into the healthcare world for patients of minor ailments or with the lack of knowledge to determine if they need to go see a healthcare provider. Patients such as pregnant women, patients with stage 1 cancer, young adults, elderly, etc. Separately, each patient’s needs may be different, but collectively they represent a large untapped source of clients that desperately want and need a qualified on-ramp into healthcare services.

is a successful healthcare technology company with an impeccable reputation and healthcare industry pedigree. As of September 2016, they are the first global healthcare technology company in the world to have launched a free video telemedicine service currently active with verified users in 20 countries. Docademic has Doctors on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week serving the public in these countries. The DOCADEMIC APP and DOCADEMIC FOR DOCTORS platforms are the most advanced in the world with the most widely used service reaching peaks of over 7,000 patients served in a month. With over two centuries of combined experience in Healthcare and technology, DOCADEMIC’s team understands the industry inside out. Large healthcare institutions simply cannot keep up with innovation.

is a single globally-sourced healthcare service platform for the public that begins with free Human Doctor-AI assisted Video Telemedicine service already in use in 20 countries by thousands of users and an associated suite of AI assisted tools and social network for the medical community. Combined, these produce the highest level of free basic quality healthcare allowing any individual to access the benefits and knowledge of healthcare that technology now permits.

is built on top of DOCADEMIC’s existing blockchain enabled, patient data routing and AI assisted technologies. With its simplicity of use It becomes the ultimate resource for anyone who needs orientation in a health-related issue—a one touch system that connects any patient with a Doctor through Video Telemedicine for free, from any country a user is located in. All patient information will be secured on a blockchain and represents a perfect On-Ramp to healthcare services on a blockchain. In comparison other healthcare related blockchain projects don’t have an effective On-Ramp to healthcare services. With their free Telemedicine service, the masses are now able to benefit from blockchain technology in Healthcare.

Is a social network that offers Ongoing Medical education, Patient referrals, Tools for doctors everyday practice, and Real Time Reporting of epidemiological data for our clients and researchers. Serving all client sizes and requirements: The DOCADEMIC Platform combines it’s DOCADEMIC APP and DOCADEMIC FOR DOCTORS social network to derive high-end services such as real-time geographic epidemiological data reporting, Automated AI-Driven treatment and diagnosis suggestions for Doctors in institutions or private practice, massive access to patient populations for preventative campaigns, and DOCADEMIC’s advanced proprietary Tools such as its AI-assisted Electronic Health Records.

is the fuel that will power all the services that DOCADEMIC provides. They are already in talks with Health institutions, Governments and partners to make MTC the preferred Token for their own upcoming and existing medical services, as they migrate to decentralized platforms. We envision MTC will be used in the broader Healthcare industry and any other industries for various purposes including payment and remittance. DOCADEMIC is building a solid, global Healthcare utility—an advanced platform for the entire patient population and medical community.

will someday become a complete healthcare ecosystem for the worldwide patient/Doctor population with digital access. To join the cause, go to

This article is for informational purposes only. DISCLOSURE The author is a director at the GreatetGood Society and an advisor on the project.