Article: Healthcare Suffers From Massive Information Asymmetry, Says Solve.Care CEO

Blockchain, Civil Society, Innovation

Healthcare Suffers From Massive Information Asymmetry, Says Solve.Care CEO

Blockchain, by its very nature, is secure, immutable, and easily auditable. Blockchain allows patients to maintain full ownership and autonomy over their data rather than an organization or specific healthcare facility. This allows them total control over their data sharing. Data is decentralized, making unauthorized access to the patients’ data a near impossibility.

The Solve.Care platform is designed to allow any insurer in the U.S. or worldwide to easily configure and launch Care Networks that automate benefits administration, improve their payment administration dramatically, and improve clinical care outcomes while achieving total compliance with all applicable state and federal laws.

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Article: How Austin is using blockchain to help the homeless

Blockchain, Governance

How Austin is using blockchain to help the homeless

A blockchain-based solution for homeless residents in Austin is currently being developed.

Austin is also exploring the use of 3D printing to tackle homelessness. Local startup Icon has begun 3D printing homes at Community First!, a 51-acre development that aims to eventually house 40 percent of Austin’s homeless population.

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