Dover, DE -- (ReleaseWire) -- 06/28/2018 -- Solve.Care is launching the first Care.Card UX Contest to involve developers and designers to build Care.Cards that interact within the ecosystem of Care. Wallet.
The goal of the contest is to unite people from all over the world to gather and reshape the obstacle of the global health administration by decentralizing the most expensive and frustrating healthcare processes.
"The talented creators will generate new and innovative user experiences for you, your family, friends, everyone, who has ever faced with daunting administration processes, to manage healthcare with greater autonomy, transparency and control over their information," said Solve.Care CEO Pradeep Goel. "It is our mission to build and engage a global community for improving healthcare experience for everyone."
In order to win 100 000 tokens as the grand prize of the contest, participants will have to build intuitive, easy to use Care.Cards that automate healthcare processes inside Care.Wallet ecosystem. Every Care.Card built will have to match the criteria of visually aesthetic design, perfect usability, creativity of the card and adaptivity of its content.
All the winners will get their prizes the following way: first place – 100 000 tokens, second – 35 000, third – 15 000. All the submissions that pass qualification stage will receive 1000 tokens.
The registration for the Care.Card UX Contest has already started. After the successful registration for the contest, the participant will have the ability to submit their Care.Card prototypes, participate in webinar with the development and design specialists from Solve.Care and get their submissions judged by domain experts and health industry executives. The official contest's website contains the form for registration, information about Care.Cards for contestants to build and the timeline of the event.
The jury of the contest comprises of top professionals in healthcare industry, such as Jami Berger (Arizona Care Network), Michael Kessel (Cleveland Clinic Canada), Subha Ramiah (Cigna), David Randall (ARPI) and Ashis Chawla (St. Joseph's Health Centre).
"Health is something that impacts everyone – the young to old, the poor to wealthy, the white collar to the blue collar. And when we are our most vulnerable is when we need to access complex and convoluted healthcare systems. We want to hear how you can make this better for all of us – how would you make it less complex – how would you change healthcare access – how will you be an innovator!" stated Jami Berger, Executive Director, Arizona Care Network, jury of Care.Card UX contest.
Solve.Care platform is a revolutionary healthcare administration platform that patients, employers, physicians, healthcare organizations and insurance companies can use to make care delivery more efficient, effective and affordable. It improves care coordination, while empowering individuals to effectively manage their healthcare decisions and replaced inefficient and duplicative systems with intelligent automation to save billions of dollars in costs per year.
Solve.Care platform is designed to synchronize insurance companies, government agencies, hospitals and providers, pharmacies and businesses to achieve better care coordination and more effectively manage the delivery networks while engaging all stakeholders.
The platform is also designed to combat and eliminate fraud, waste and abuse in the healthcare system by injecting unprecedented levels of accountability and transparency into the administration of care. Employers can also use the platform to administer benefits, reduce costs and reward their employees, while physicians and hospitals can issue prescriptions, manage appointments and coordinate with specialists.
Solve.Care has signed a multi-year contract for its decentralized healthcare administration platform with Arizona Care Network (ACN), a leading accountable care organization (ACO) in the US with a network of more than 5,000 physicians covering 250,000 members.
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