Imagination is the human capacity to envision that which isn’t yet there;
Innovation - the act of making it real.
Enterprises are born to bridge imagination and reality.
And yet so many enterprises struggle to be as they imagine.
Still solving predictable problems, mired in the mundane.
But, it doesn’t have to be that way.
Technology has freed us to let go.
So we can be more human.
We can be more.
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Your organization is working hard to save that extra dollar, to find the next customer, and launch innovations faster. With so much on your mind, the last thing you need is something that depletes value. It takes time to exchange information. There's the cost of intermediaries to clear and settle payments. There's also the risk of losing confidential data during transmission or simply the hassle of verifying the identity of a user and the validity of a transaction. Blockchain technology resolves all these issues elegantly.
At its core, Blockchain is a shared, immutable record of transactions built from linked blocks and stored in a digital ledger. It relies on cryptographic techniques to allow participants in a network to interact with complete trust. With no central monitoring authority, interactions become known to all participants and require verification by the network before information is added. Blockchain applications include identity services, document management, smart contracts and analytics.
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Digitally Disintermediating Public Health Management
Health Information Exchanges (HIE) and All-Payer Claim Databases (APCD) are cost, time, and resource-intensive investments that public health management systems make to be accountable. What if we can eliminate this middle layer between providers and consumers of healthcare?
In a context where effort has been (or can be) invested to maintain health records digitally, blockchain’s infrastructure can be leveraged to authenticate users, verify the integrity of data-at-rest, maintain smart contracts binding care providers, insurers and patients, and even reduce fraudulent health claims by directly linking information to clinical and financial outcomes. Public health management can be made infinitely smarter. At a fraction of the cost the systems expend today.
Ride-sharing in Real-time Without a Centralized Platform
Maximizing existing transportation infrastructure and resources to create convenient and affordable ways to commute is a priority the world over. What if we can make it possible for people with private cars to share their journey, in real-time, with others traveling in the same direction - without a centralized platform or coordinator?
Blockchain technology can make true decentralized ride-sharing services possible. It can provide the basis to transparently provide both riders and owner-drivers with clear information about the other party as a context to each transaction. This can include a strong reputation and ratings system where riders and drivers ‘measure-up’ to community-standards of good behavior on the shared record.