Token: MED

Healthcare Experience. Reinvented.

PreICO dates
Start date: 13th Nov 2017
End date: 26th Nov 2017

ICO dates
Start date: 2017-11-27
End date: 2017-12-15

Registrated in: Gibraltar

Platform: QRC

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KYC passing required No | Whitelist No | Restriction for countries No
Tokens for sale 5,000,000,000
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Price 1 QTUM = 2000 MED
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1. Introduction
1.1 Problem Overview
1.2 Mission statement of MediBloc Team
2. New Medical Information System
2.1 Maximum Security
2.2 High Reliability
2.3 High level of Transparency
2.4 High Interoperability
2.5 High Accessibility
2.6 PHR
3. Technical Detail
3.1 Platform Structure
3.2 Platform Components
4. Token Model
4.1 Medi Point, MP
4.2 Medi Token, MED
4.3 Token Generation Event
5. Use cases
5.1 Personal Health Report
5.2 Automated Insurance Claims
5.3 P2P Healthcare Data Market
5.4 Artificial Intelligence & Medical Chatbot
5.5 Clinical Trial
5.6 Telemedicine
5.7 Social Networking Service
6. Roadmap
6.1 Platform Roadmap
6.2 Basic App Roadmap
7. Others (Legal Considerations, etc.)

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MediBloc: Blockchain-based Healthcare Information Ecosystem
The current state of electronic health records are centrally-stored by medical institutions. In addition, medical privacy
laws have restricted health records to be only obtainable by the patient, giving healthcare providers primary steward-
ship of patient data. Centralized repository of medical data have prevented a holistic understanding of patient medical
status, and this scattering of data across various organizations have diminished the quality of patient care. While de-
mand for medical data continues to increase, there is just a lack of reliable, quality data for medical research and Artifi-
cial Intelligence. And despite the large amount of data being produced, the actual data that can be applied is limited.
Which goes back to the core problem of valuable healthcare data being siloed and distributed among various institu-
MediBloc is an open-source healthcare data platform built on the blockchain. It compiles a complete indexed ...

1. Introduction
Individual medical institutions have the sole authority to medical data of patient, prohibiting any exchange of medical
data outside of the specific institution, with the exception of patient’s request for personal information. It is extremely
difficult to utilize data because the records are not compatible between different hospital systems. With increased de-
mand for medical data exchange by professionals in the medical field and also patients, various entities have made
attempts to gather health information. Examples of these efforts include the Blue Button Connector[1], a US govern-
ment led project, Apple’s Mobile Healthcare Application [2], and Samsung’s Mobile Healthcare Application [3]. Al-
though many other services are being introduced, digital healthcare services have not yet satisfied the requirements for
an ideal healthcare information system, such as security, reliability, and transparency. As a result, they have not re-
ceived active participation from healthcare service consu...

Under the current state of centralized repository of medical data, there is no guarantee in the integrity and security of
patient data. Moreover, risk in terms of data loss or hacking is inevitable. In this situation, individuals cannot au-
tonomously utilize their medical information, have little trust in data credibility, and are exposed to high risk of person-
al information leakage. In fact, the number of healthcare data breaches are only increasing. In 2015, more than 112 mil-
lion healthcare records were breached just in the United States and annual financial loss is recorded to be over $6.2
billion [7,8].
Number of records exposed (1000 records)
[ Source: Department of Health and Human Services’ Office for Civil Rights ]
Restrictions in healthcare information exchanges also limit healthcare providers and medical experts from performing
the best care, and unnecessary repeated tests and attempts for data reconciliation can cost a lot of time and money. A
research has shown that when healthcare ...

system, specifically the insurance industry, is dealing with losses every year due to its inability to prevent health insur-
ance fraud. It costs more than $487B world wide, and records from 2011 show that, in the US, this cost consists of one-
fifth of all medical expense [10]. In addition, falsification or forgery of information by healthcare providers happen quite
frequently. However, there are lack of system today that prevent this broader societal issue.
The existing problems of the process of collecting healthcare data do not end here. Digital health data is highly sought
after by biomedical and public health researchers and other business stakeholders in the healthcare industry [11]. In
order to conduct precise evidence-based research, experts require high-quality, organized records for analysis, but in
most of the cases, data is transferred without informing patients, resulting the growth of concern about this. Further-
more, the rights and issue to personal healthcare data is increasingly drawing attention because...

2. MediBloc, New Medical Information System
There have been many attempts to liberate and analyze the current health record system- kept by large medical organi-
zations. It remains difficult, as the healthcare data industry serves multiple entities, all with different interests. In order
to overcome the barrier, there needs to be a dramatic shift in the current system.
MediBloc uses blockchain technology that re-envisions the healthcare data system to be consumer-centered. It will
provide an ideal Personal Health Record (PHR) [15] platform that brings reliable and transparent dataset for medical
records. MediBloc is more than a data exchange service. It is a healthcare data platform that opens the possibility for
variety of services. Developers will be able to use the open-source API and SDK to create services using the MediBloc
platform. MediBloc uses a cryptocurrency, Medi token (MED), that will build a medical information economic ecosystem
in which consumers are at the core. We will also provide a unique opportun...

individual patients. Patients themselves will have the authority to access, decrypt and collect all of their healthcare in-
formation with the blockchain technology. This will minimize the number of people involved in collecting private
healthcare data and also lower the risk of leaking of healthcare data. In addition, it will prevent the recurring cases of
thousands of medical data breaches through attacking of large medical institutions [17].
2.2 High Reliability
MediBloc stores healthcare information in a decentralized data storage. In order to prevent data loss, we will continu-
ously generate backup data, verify the integrity of the data and when modulations are surfaced, recover the original
data by using the backup data. Making it impossible for users to easily delete and modify data will ossify the integrity
and reliability of medical data stored on MediBloc. We also allow only verified medical practitioners through the health-
care provider’s credential system and further strengthen the reliability of our s...

2.5 High Accessibility
MediBloc stores all healthcare information in a decentralized database, where users can easily access it anywhere
through the Internet. Healthcare data is restricted outside the medical institution and there are still limitations in some
cases where services to access healthcare data are provided. MediBloc provides a system that separates itself from any
single medical institution, no longer relying on big institutions to provide access healthcare information to customers
and practitioners.
2.6 Patient-centered Healthcare Information System
MediBloc will use blockchain- the symbol of decentralization- to disrupt the current healthcare data system and to
achieve data integration. MediBloc not only allows for storing healthcare data produced by a medical institution, but
also collectively stores Patient-Generated Health Record (PGHR). Information produced outside of the hospitals, along
with data recorded by patients themselves can all be stored in MediBloc. Integrated healthcare data can be...

MediBloc Roadmap

October 2017
MediBloc whitepaper release MediBloc POC
November 2017
May 2018
MediBlock SDK
June 2018
Mediblock Platform Alpha +HL7 CDA, DICOM support
October 2018
MediBlock platform beta & data network
December 2018
MediBlock platform full version
Dr. Allen Wookyun Kho
Dr. Allen Wookyun Kho Co-Founder Business Development

Chaeho Shin
Chaeho Shin Director of Business Development

Saehan Park
Saehan Park Full Stack Developer

Hyunkyung Bae
Hyunkyung Bae Project Manager

Bokyung Min
Bokyung Min Marketing Director

Grace Choi China
Grace Choi China Market Director

Minji Kim
Minji Kim Community Manager

Sang Min Park
Advisors Sang Min Park Advisor, MD in Seoul National Univ. Hospital

Hyun Wook Han
Advisors Hyun Wook Han Advisor, MD in Ajou Univ. Hospital

Simon Seojoon Kim
Advisors Simon Seojoon Kim Advisor, Board Member

Yiseul Cho
Advisors Yiseul Cho Advisor

Mai Fujimoto
Advisors Mai Fujimoto Advisor, Blockchain Evangelist in Japan

KJ Eee
Advisors KJ Eee Advisor, ICON Foundation Council

Jeong Ho Seok
Advisors Jeong Ho Seok Legal Advisor

Alex Shin
Advisors Alex Shin Marketing Advisor

Minkyoo Cha
Advisors Minkyoo Cha Advisor

Dr. Eunsol Lee
Advisors Dr. Eunsol Lee Co-Founder System Architect

KJ Eee
KJ Eee
Advisor, ICON Foundation Council
Foundation Council
CEO of DAYLI Intelligence
ICON Foundation Council
Icon Foundation /Council Member
Yiseul Cho
Yiseul Cho
Simon Seojoon Kim
Simon Seojoon Kim
Advisor, Board Member
Chief Executive Officer, Hashed
Hashed CEO & Partner
Simon Seojoon Kim