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Table of contents
What is Solve.Care Foundation?
Market challenge and opportunity
Inefficiency of healthcare administration
Current model of care coordination is complex, time consuming and frustrating
Solve.Care platform is a revolution of care, cost and convenience
Solve.Care platform functionality
Solve.Care platform is for all stakeholders
Clients can configure own Care Administration Networks
Different configurations of Care Administration Networks
Solve.Care platform Design
Solve.Care platform Architecture
Solve.Care is a platform of Care.Community
Solve.Care platform revenue
CAN Token Distribution
The purpose of this White Paper is to present the CARE ADMINISTRATION NETWORK (CAN)
token to potential token holders in connection with the proposed Early Adopter Sale and Open
Sale. The information set forth below may not be exhaustive and does not imply any elements
of a contractual relationship. Its sole purpose is to provide relevant and reasonable information
to potential token holders in order for them to determine whether to undertake a thorough
analysis of the company with the intent of acquiring CAN Tokens. Nothing in this White Paper
shall be deemed to constitute a prospectus of any sort or a solicitation for investment, nor does
it in any way pertain to an oﬀering or a solicitation of an oﬀer to buy any securities in any
jurisdiction. This document is not composed in accordance with, and is not subject to, laws or
regulations of any jurisdiction, which are designed to protect investors.
The product token has not been registered under the Securities Act, the securities laws ...
The use of proceeds section in Whitepaper/Whitepaper is the best guess, but we should not
be held liable for using proceeds not strictly as it is described in the use of proceeds sections.
Tokens distributed during the Sale Period will constitute 50% of the total number of Tokens
generated. Tokens will be allocated among the team, the community, the platform, and the
What is Solve.Care Foundation?
Solve.Care Foundation was established with the mission to decentralize and redefine
administration of healthcare and other benefit programs, globally. Solve.Care aims to alter
the way healthcare is conducted around the world – while generating attractive value for a
wide range of stakeholders composed of consumers, insurers and service providers.
Solve.Care allows direct interaction among consumers, insurers and service providers to
improve health care access, reduce costs and streamline payments, regardless of whether
it’s a patient, employer, insurer or government agency making a healthcare payment. We are
seeking to improve care outcomes through effective coordination and eliminate much of the
cost of duplication, inefficiency, waste, abuse and fraud from the system.
By combining our deep domain expertise in health and human services, benefit
administration and care coordination; with the latest advances in distributed ledger and
distributed computing technolog...
Market Challenge and Opportunity
Administrative and health information technology costs are high in the U.S and other health
care systems around the world. IT systems that run the growing number of administrative
functions continue to become more cumbersome and costly.
There are numerous documented facts that show the current health information technology
infrastructure has become less interoperable and unable to deal with the increased demand
by both providers and consumers of health care services.
All these factors lead to an increasing share of total health care spend being allocated to
core administrative functions. That’s where Solve.Care comes in as a solution to many of the
problems associated with health care administration and the wide range of functions
required to administer health beneﬁts in a seamless and cost eﬀective manner with greater
It is reliably estimated that
costs for healthcare administration range from 7% to over 30%
of total healthcare spen...
Solve.Care platform can perform the tasks of current processing and management
systems at 3%
of total spend through the use of Care Administration Networks thus
reducing processing and management of systems and the potential to reduce overall spend.
We estimate that the
addressable market size is in excess of $100 billion for the U.S alone
and billions more in other health care systems around the world.
Solve.Care has become possible by combining decades of experience and domain expertise
in insurance systems, government programs, clinical management, care coordination and
employee beneﬁts administration with recent technological innovations such as a
Blockchain, smart contracts, machine learning, behavioral, clinical and transactional
growth of Blockchain technology is the paradigm shift in health
that will allow for true coordination of care administration that the
Solve.Care platform can achieve.
Ineﬃciency of healthcare administration
Most of healthcare around the world is managed via the 3rd party model of
administration and payment. This model results in patient going to see the doctor
and a 3rd party (insurance, employer or government) paying the bill.
The U.S. Spent $3,205.6 Billion
on Health Care in 2015
$ 1,036.1 Hospital Care
$502.8 Physician services
$476 Other personal health care
$324.6 Prescription Drugs
$210.1 Net cost of health insurance
$156.8 Nursing care facilities
$132.1 Clinical services
$88.8 Home health care
$80.9 Government public health activities
$42.6 Government administration
Ineﬃciency of healthcare administration
3rd party model of administering beneﬁts is very complex to manage
and very expensive because of these facts:
Centralized systems and information silos
Things would work well when there is eﬀective coordination between all 3 parties but that
does not happen. Each party has diﬀerent teams, systems and processes that don’t easily
connect with the other party systems and processes. So, a lot of time and incredible
amounts of money is spent each year on coordination and communication but it remains
imperfect and keeps getting more complex. These system and data silos result in 15-25% of
all money spent of beneﬁts to be spent on IT, administrative processes and duplication of
eﬀort. And due to high latency, they are terribly ineﬀective in preventing fraud, waste and
Poor coordination and lack of integration
Person receiving the beneﬁt (service or product), person delivering the beneﬁt and person
Release 1 (Q2 2018)
Individual, Eligibility and enrollment Launch of the platform, Care.Protocol, Protocol pairs, data model, security, and “Individual” entity with focus on eligibility and enrollment
Release 2 (Q4 2018)
Care.Coins, Community project framework Expansion of platform with support for additional smart contracts, contract library, protocol pairs, data model, security and endpoints, for care providers, government agencies and public programs. Launch of community project framework and support for Care.Cards
Release 3 (Q2 2019)
Additional care providers, Care.Coin, Community project framework Introduces Care.Coin including proof-of-service, review, reconcile, adjust and recovery of healthcare payments. Expansion of Care provider and government agencies entity pairs and endpoints. Launch of community project framework
Release 4 (Q4 2019)
Insurer and Employer Expansion of platform to include Insurer and employer entities, expansion of smart contract library, protocol pairs and endpoints. Support for additional public programs
Release 5 (Q2 2020)
Chronic disease management and complex case management, worldwide launch Expansion of platform to case manager and care manager entities. Support for behavior and utilization analytics, case and care management cards. Worldwide launch with support for multiple languages