BlockMedx

ICO Ended
427 days 12 hours ago

Description

BlockMedx is a blockchain healthcare infrastructure project focusing on prescription drug fraud, abuse, and non-adherence. BlockMedx is building a next-generation smart e-prescribing and analytics ecosystem that can be used anywhere in the world to send and receive electronic prescriptions, predict patient risk behaviors, and automate micropayment incentives using the token economy to incentivize healthy behavior.

General
ICO Dates
03 Sep 2018 - 17 Sep 2018
Whitelist / KYC
KYC & Whitelist
Country
USA
Ticket
MDX
Token Type
ERC20
Financial
ICO price
1 MDX = 0.178 WAN
Accepting
ETH
Team
Michael J Brunner
Founder & CEO
ADVISORS
Luke Szkudlarek
Marketing & Growth Advisor
  • 1
    Q1 2017

    The idea of BlockMedax is born; Start of conceptual work.

  • 2
    Q2 2017

    Development of basic prototype; Outreach to relevant stakeholders and discussion of proposed solution.

  • 3
    Q3 2017

    Completion of MVP; BlockMedx network goes live.

  • 4
    Q2 2018

    Private sale; MassChallenge Accelerator start.

  • 5
    Q3 2018

    Public token sale; Intensive outreach to strategic partners.

  • 6
    Q4 2018

    Pilot projects online: targeted areas will be Texas, Kentucky, Ohio and West Virginia; Version 2 Application Upgrades as Protocol Advances.

  • 7
    Q1 2019

    Intensify implementations with healthcare systems; Rapid scalling into additional states with the highest opioid death rates; EMR and Telehealth platform API Access and Integration.

  • 8
    Q2 2019

    Key partnership with addiction treatment organizations for patient education, communication, and early intervention.

  • 9
    Q3 2019

    Partnerships with payors and healthcare systems to allow discounted payments through patient portal and introduce new value based incentive structure that promotes early prevention rather than treatment.

  • 10
    Q4 2019

    ML/AI implementations to automate detection of fraud and abuse in the healthcare system - important to prevent patients from being lost in the system after it is too late.