Medicalchain
Medicalchain
Token: MedToken


Building the future of healthcare

PreICO dates
Start date: 15th Sep 2017
End date: 15th Oct 2017

ICO dates
Start date: 2018-02-01
End date: 2018-02-01

Registrated in: UK

Platform: Ethereum
Type: ERC20

PREMIUM ICO

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Medicalchain token sale
KYC passing required Yes | Whitelist Yes | Restriction for countries USA
Tokens for sale 200,000,000
Price 0.20 USD
Acceppting BTC, ETH
Bonus in ICO
Pre-ICO 50%
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Contents
1.0 Abstract
4
2.0 Letter from the CEO
Dr Abdullah Albeyatti
5
3.0 Executive Summary
6
4.0 Introduction - The Healthcare of Today 7
5.0 Medicalchain Solutions -
12
The Healthcare of Tomorrow
6.0 Technical Explanation
13
7.0 A Better System for Care
20
8.0 Token Utilities
25
9.0 Cost Impact Analysis
28
10.0 Token Sale
30
11.0 Timelines
31
12.0 MedToken and Legal Crowdsale
36
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whatsoever arising from or connected to, the accuracy, re-
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enter...

1.0 Abstract
Thank you for taking the time to read the Medicalchain Whitepaper.
This paper is the result of collaboration between doctors, allied
health professionals, blockchain specialists, academics and
business advisors.
Medicalchain uses blockchain technology to create
a user-focused electronic health record whilst
maintaining a single true version of the user’s data.
Medicalchain enables the user to give healthcare professionals
access to their personal health data. Medicalchain then records
interactions with this data in an auditable, transparent and secure
way on Medicalchain’s distributed ledger.
Lastly, Medicalchain is a platform for others to use to build
applications that complement and improve the user experience.
Users will be able to leverage their medical data to power
a plethora of applications and services.
Medicalchain Whitepaper 2.1 will outline the vision of
Medicalchain and the current issues in healthcare, as well as
give a brief ...

2.0 Letter from the CEO
Dear Reader,
Thank you for taking the time to research Medicalchain and read our Whitepaper.
This has been a culmination of hard work and dedication from all of the team here
at Medicalchain and we would like to proudly share our vision with you all.
As a medical doctor, I have worked long hours whilst managing expectations and
multitasking in order to satisfy tight deadlines. Despite such experiences, nothing
had prepared me for the challenge of growing Medicalchain from the ground
up. I could not have done this without the support of my Co-Founder and COO;
Mo Tayeb. Working side by side, we have selected the finest individuals to join our
team to become, what we now know as Medicalchain.
Our team is a unique one: a perfect blend of clinicians, engineers, developers and
visionaries from the world over. We have nine different nationalities representing us,
each bringing with them their own personal views and experiences of healthcare in
their respective countri...

3.0 Executive summary
Medicalchain is a decentralised
platform that enables secure, fast
and transparent exchange and
usage of medical data. We use
blockchain technology to create
a user-focused electronic health
record and maintain a single true
version of the user’s data.
Medicalchain will enable users to give conditional
access to different healthcare agents such as
doctors, hospitals, laboratories, pharmacists and
insurers to interact as they see fit.
Each interaction with their medical data is auditable,
transparent and secure, and will be recorded
as a transaction on Medicalchain’s distributed
ledger. During this process, the patient’s privacy is
protected at all times. Medicalchain is built on the
permission-based Hyperledger Fabric architecture
which allows varying access levels; users control
who can view their records, how much they see and
for what length of time.
By empowering users, we can build the future of <...

4.0 Introduction to the
Healthcare of Today
4.1 Expectations of Healthcare Users
In today’s world, users expect an instantaneous and seamless
flow of data. Many industries have adopted, or are beginning
to adopt necessary technologies to guarantee their users’
expectation for instant information. Unfortunately, the healthcare
industry has lagged behind. Legacy systems are burdensome,
slow, often vulnerable and have little role for the patient.
4.2 Fragmented Health Services
Health data contained in legacy systems is siloed and difficult to
share with others because of varying formats and standards. In
short, the current healthcare data landscape is fragmented and
ill-suited to the instantaneous needs of modern users. As a result
of this, stakeholders are incentivised to keep their own records,
and no single version of the truth exists.
4.3 Lack of Patient Centricity (passive user)
The relationship between healthcare professionals and patients
has long b...

4.0 Introduction to the Healthcare of Today
4.4 Ill-informed Clinical Decision
Making (data driven decision making
risk of fatalities)
Clinicians rely upon investigations and tests to make
informed decisions about a patient’s diagnosis
and possible treatment plan.
Traditionally, an investigation or
test should only be requested
Death in the United States
Johns Hopkins University researches estimate
and arranged if this is going
to lead to a different possible
that medical error is now the third leading cause
of death. Here’s a ranking by yearly deaths.
diagnosis or alternative treatment
plan. Unfortunately, even when
the results of an investigation
Heart Disease
Cancer
or test have returned, these are
rarely shared widely with all of
Medical Error
251,454
the health professionals involved
Respiratory Disease
147,101
in the patient’s care and are
normally isolated, or siloed, at the...

4.0 Introduction to the Healthcare of Today
4.5 Security Risks to Patient Data
At present, electronic health records (EHR) are stored on cen-
tralised databases in which medical data remains largely non-
portable. Centralization increases the security risk footprint,
and requires trust in a single authority. Moreover, centralised
databases cannot ensure security and data integrity, regardless
of de-identification and controlled access requirements. Cen
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tralised health databases are legally a requirement and necessity
in most countries worldwide and therefore require an added layer
of technology to improve their portability and security.
As cybercrime around the world is on the rise, healthcare systems
are no exception as shown by recent high profile ransomware
hacking. In fact, the healthcare industry has more data breaches
than any other sector and medical records are being stolen and
passed on.
“Your medical information is worth
10 times more than you...

Medicalchain Roadmap

1
Feb 2016
Conceptualization of ideas. Development started.
2
Dec 2016
Cardiology department identified as good starting point to cultivate idea.
3
April 2017
Discharge Summary website in production stages with data collection process.
4
May 2017
Wide adoption of website through-out Cardiology department of Leeds Teaching Hospital Trust.
5
June 2017
First release of Medicalchain source code for prototype.
6
December 2017
Discharge Summary moves to Hyperledger.
7
January 2018
- Release of mobile app, patients can port medical record to blockchain.
- Doctor enrolment programme for Medicalchain platform.
8
February 2018
Nationwide rollout of Discharge Summary.
9
March 2018
First rollout of Doctor to Patient communication platform.
10
June 2018
First direct connectivity to hospital EHR in Europe and US (Beta).
11
August 2018
Smart contract for insurers and researchers.
12
October 2018
Rollout of platform to pharmacies and doctor practices.
Andy Yee
Andy Yee BEng MEng MA

Stewart Southey
Stewart Southey ?MBBCh FRCA MBA

Kornelia Koscik
Kornelia Koscik ?LL.B. (Hons) LL.M.

Ivan Guevara
Ivan Guevara ?Ph.D., LL.M., M.Phil.

Richard Hadfield
Advisors Richard Hadfield ?BSc MBA

Eddy Travia
Advisors Eddy Travia CEO and Co-founder of Coinsilium

Eddy Travia
Eddy Travia
CEO and Co-founder of Coinsilium
CEO of Coinsilium
Founder & CEO @ Consilium Group
CEO of Consilium
Blockchain Advisor
Advisor
CEO and Co-founder of Coinsilium GroupCo-founder at Block Chain Space
Pioneer investor in Blockchain
Eddy TRAVIA
Eddy TRAVIA
Pionner investor in Blockchain
Richard Hadfield
Richard Hadfield
?BSc MBA
Paolo Barrai
Paolo Barrai
Dominik Zynis
Dominik Zynis
MARKETING ADVISOR
Marketing & Communications
Dominik ZYNIS
Dominik ZYNIS
WINGS Cofounder
Andy Yee
Andy Yee
BEng MEng MA
Senior Researcher