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Care.Wallet for Family, Personal Healthcare Blockchain Application Launched in the US

Solve.Care, a healthcare and Blockchain solutions company, announced the launch of Care.Wallet for Family, a personal healthcare application for healthcare coordination and administration. Care.Wallet for Family empowers people around the world to manage their own health and their loved ones.

Care.Wallet for Family is a healthcare application that allows the user to connect to one or more Care Administration Networks (CAN) to manage their healthcare benefits and manage their health conditions. Care.Wallet automatically downloads Care.Cards for tasks such as managing prescriptions, verifying benefits, making appointments, manage disease conditions and simplify the administrative and care coordination. Care.Wallet puts the user in the center of healthcare delivery, administration and improves outcomes through effective coordination between all stakeholders.

Care.Wallet is designed to engage the patient and enables the doctor to deliver the best health outcomes in an efficient way. This version of Care.Wallet also includes a powerful Care.Card called “How Are You Feeling Today” (HAYFT). This Care.Card allows the user to track their health and wellness and share their Care.Ledger with family members and physician in a safe and secure way, leading to effective coordination and intervention. Care.Wallet can be downloaded from the Apple and Google app stores by users in the US and Canada.

Pradeep Goel, CEO of Solve.Care stated: “Our company is the first blockchain solution to effectively coordinate care between the patient, provider, and payer. Care.Wallet for Family gives users control and power in a manner people have not had before. This is the beginning of a truly redefined healthcare experience for families around the world.” 

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