After transforming cancer treatment through Trustedoctor, TrustedHealth looks to revolutionize healthcare by connecting patients, medical practitioners and the entire health ecosystem on a global scale
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NEW YORK – March 1, 2018 – TrustedHealth, a blockchain-based patient and doctor-centric health ecosystem in specialized medicine, today announces the launch of its March token sale. The company is working to reduce barriers to patient care by minimizing inefficiencies related to bureaucracy and lack of knowledge sharing.
TrustedHealth is the evolution of Trustedoctor, which allows cancer patients the opportunity to get second opinions from experts around the world via virtual consultations. The network has enlisted 80 doctors from 40 hospitals across the globe, establishing a network of collaborating specialists as a resource for its more than 250 patients.
The success of Trustedoctor is now growing and gaining from blockchain technology with the launch of TrustedHealth. This blockchain-based network creates a new healthcare ecosystem, connecting patients and practitioners on a global basis to deliver the right diagnoses and the right patient care.
The company’s presale begins on March 20 at 12.00 CET (6 a.m. EST), and its crowdsale begins on March 27; whitelisting is now open. The company’s private sale sold out – without any advertising.
“A few years ago, I lost my mother to pancreatic cancer. In the months leading up to her passing, I flew around the world in pursuit of the most accurate diagnosis and effective treatment. I realized that our medical expertise is tremendously scattered, and some of the most proficient practitioners in the world are completely inaccessible to the people who need them most,” said Greg Jarząbek, CEO of TrustedHealth. “We launched TrustedHealth as an ICO to empower patients to access the best medical care for anyone anywhere – digitally and securely on the blockchain.”
Many current healthcare systems are not acting in the best interest of the patients. Around 20 percent of patients around the world receive a misdiagnosis, with about 45 percent of those relating to cancer. There is a lack of transparency around the right specialists, and the best medical care isn’t concentrated in one place due to sub-specialization. In addition, there are also challenges around a lack of technology, or a lack of access to technology, poor communication, lack of standardization and case-relevant information exchange.
TrustedHealth is solving this issue by completely digitizing and de-centralizing the healthcare process on the blockchain. Focusing on life-threatening or rare diseases, the company ensures patients receive the right information for their condition by linking them directly to specialists matching their specific needs. It enables virtual conversations and knowledge sharing, while simultaneously gathering big data to be used to further research into specific conditions.
TrustedHealth’s TDH tokens are an atomic unit of value for exchange within the TrustedHealth ecosystem and will be issued on the public Ethereum blockchain as ERC20 tokens. The TDH token will enable all users, patients, health service providers and other members of the medical community to operate, exchange and work together.
For more information on TrustedHealth or to download the whitepaper, please visit https://trustedhealth.io/.
TrustedHealth is a blockchain-based patient-led and doctor-guided cooperative focused on life-threatening diseases. Its goal is to source the best methodologies for delivering improved health outcomes for patients, and ensuring that these are accessible to patients all over the world. Previously, the team behind TrustedHealth created Trustedoctor to help patients and their families in their fight against life-threatening diseases using innovative technology. TrustedHealth is bringing this successful technology onto the blockchain to empower patients, help them access expertise from across the globe in a de-centralized system, support the unification of healthcare experiences and support better data security within healthcare.
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