MEDIS
MEDIS
Token: MDC


Control Your History To Control Your Future

ICO dates
Start date: 2017-12-01
End date: 2018-06-01

Registrated in: USA

Platform: Ethereum
Type: ERC20

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1
Introduction
4
Philosophical background
4
The Cartesian dualism
4
What is Blockchain technology?
4
What is Ethereum?
5
What is a smart contract?
5
What is a token?
6
What is Swarm?
6
What is Neo4j?
7
Preliminaries and problem statement
8
Current infrastructure
8
Current patient-institution relationships
9
HIPAA Regulations and Compliance
9
System overview
11
Figure 1
12
Implementation goals
12
Functional overview
13
System implementation
13
Acquiring the data
13
Data classification
13
Data originating from healthcare providers
13
Data originating from the patient
13
Collecting and importing historical records for patients
13
Automated collection of future records
14
Storing the data
14
Protecting the dat...

Adding new data
19
Accessing the data
21
Indexing the data
22
Creating value: building a sustainable ecosystem, monetization, incentives, rewards,
advertising
22
Monetizing records
22
Targeted advertising
22
Targeted clinical study participation
22
Rewarding content creation
22
Paying for treatment
23
Rewarding miners
23
Introduction on cryptocurrency exchanges
23
Hardware implementation
23
Development roadmap
24
Phase 1: Proof of Concept

6 months
24
Phase 2: Core Development and Pilot

6 months to 12 months
24
Phase 3: Public release

12 months to 18 months
25
Phase 4: Monetization and industry acceptance
25
Use cases and example scenarios
25
Scenario 1: Patient looking for additional information about their recently diagnosed
illness
25
Scenario 2...

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INTRODUCTION
What is the problem with the current models, why is this system different and what are
the benefits of implementing it?
Philosophical background
The Cartesian dualism
René Descartes made ontological space for modern medicine by separating body from
mind

while mind is superior to body as it constitutes the uniqueness of the human soul
(the province of theology), body is inferior to mind as it is mere matter. Medicine simply
investigated(s) the body as machine. While Cartesian dualism dominates clinical
approaches to medical research and treatment, the legitimacy of the split between mind
and body has been consi...

collusion of the network. Functionally, a blockchain can serve as 'an open, distributed
ledger that can record transactions between two parties efficiently and in a verifiable and
permanent way. The ledger itself can also be programmed to trigger transactions
automatically.' [2]
What is Ethereum?
Ethereum is an open-source, public, blockchain-based distributed
computing platform featuring smart contract (scripting)
functionality, which facilitates online contractual agreements. It
provides a decentralized Turing-complete virtual machine, the
Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM),
which can execute scripts using an international network of public
nodes. Ethereum also provides a cryptocurrency token called
'ether', which can be transferred between accounts and used to
compensate participant nodes for computations performed. Gas,
an internal transaction pricing mechanism, is used to prevent spam
and allocate resources on the network. [3]
The value token of the Ethereum blockchain ...

Smart contracts are high-level programming abstractions that are
compiled down to EVM bytecode and deployed to the Ethereum
blockchain for execution. [3]
If blockchains give us distributed trustworthy storage, then smart
contracts give us distributed trustworthy calculations. Smart
contracts are one of the functionalities that sets Ethereum apart
from other blockchains. [4]
What is a token?
Ethereum tokens are simply digital assets that are being built on
top of the Ethereum blockchain. They benefit from Ethereum

s
existing infrastructure instead of developers having to build an
entirely new blockchain. They also strengthen the Ethereum
ecosystem by driving demand for ether, the native currency of
Ethereum, needed to power the smart contracts.
Ethereum tokens can represent anything from a physical object like
gold to a native currency used to pay transaction fees. In the future,
tokens may even be used to represent financial instruments like
stoc...

participants. From the end user

s perspective, Swarm is not that
different from WWW, except that uploads are not to a specific
server. The objective is to offer a peer-to-peer storage and serving
solution that is DDOS-resistant, zero-downtime, fault- tolerant and
censorship-resistant as well as self-sustaining due to a built-in
incentive system which uses peer-to-peer accounting and allows
trading resources for payment.
From an economic point of view, it allows participants to efficiently
pool their storage and bandwidth resources in order to provide the
aforementioned services to all participants. [6]
Note: as of June 2017, Swarm is in alpha stage and POC (Prood Of
Concept) 0.2 status. Native incentives and content availability insurance
is to be implemented in POC 0.4 by Q2 2017 or as development
advances. As the Swarm codebase matures, MEDIS will be updated to
use the new features.
What is Neo4j?
Neo4j is a highly scalable native graph database that ...

PRELIMINARIES AND PROBLEM
STATEMENT
Current infrastructure
Currently, healthcare institutions own and maintain distinct EMR systems that are not
communicating with each other. Over the course of their lives patients visit multiple
institutions, thus their records are spread across multiple disconnected systems, stored
by each separate institution and practically inaccessible to the patient.
Additionally, access to these EMR entries is controlled by the institutions using their chosen
systems on an IT infrastructure that does not allow external access.
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...

Current patient-institution relationships
Traditionally, healthcare providers prefer not not to give any access to digital EMR records
to the patients. Paper copies of care documentation are usually provided after visits, in
post- operative discharge paperwork, etc. Understandable concerns regarding forgery of
records resulted in total prohibition of digital access by the patient to electronic healthcare
records.
Any ability to alter records from the patient side renders the stored data unreliable in
regard to any further use in treatment or research. Additionally, it poses great risk from
legal and healthcare perspectives. Therefore we believe that patients should have access
to their records, but only in a read-only manner. Patients should also have the right to
allow or block access to their records for other participants of the healthcare industry.
Furthermore, if the EMR has research value, the patient should be reimbursed accordingly
when they anonymized records are used by other entities for...
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