Patientory

Blockchain-secured medical records

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Overview


Symbol
PTOY

Opening date
31. May 2017

Closing date
03. Jun 2017

Concept

Patientory is a blockchain-based distributed electronic medical record storage computing platform. Healthcare entities can secure private health information, rent computing power, servers and data centers and make their unused resources available through a unique private infrastructure on the Ethereum blockchain. From the platform smart contracts can be executed in relation to the patient care continuum cycle.

 

 

Team


Members

Chrissa McFarlane - Founder/CEO

Jesse Brown - CTO

Michael Beer - Lead Developer

Michael Rubin - Marketing

Bob Logan - Business Development

Mohan Ramanuja - Technology Specialist

Sonya Rush- Outreach and Recruitment

Frenesa Hall, MD - Advisor - Clinical Strategy

Peter Kung - Advisor - Healthcare Strategy

Geetha Rao - Advisor - Regulatory & Product Strategy

Nigel Waller - Advisor - Mobile Strategy

Rick Brounstein - Advisor- Finance

Richard DiMonda - Advisor - Commercialization

Rodney Sampson - Advisor - Growth Hacking

Shawn Wilkinson - Advisor


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