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April 29, 2018, 11:25:55 AM
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I think that because of the adopted law on telemedicine, market players are very disappointed. Because not happened main: remote diagnosis is still not possible, only permissible online consultation.
That VERY MUCH depends on the country (and even the federal state) you're operating in.

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April 29, 2018, 02:06:41 PM
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Analyze the market, look at your competitors. Try to determine their advantages and disadvantages, and also think about whether you have the uniqueness of your project, which is nowhere to be found. Good luck



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April 30, 2018, 06:41:38 AM
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Telemedicine - the remote diagnosis and treatment of patients by means of telecommunications technology. Now how would Blockchain technology improve remote diagnosis of patients? The only thing that I can think of is for doctors to do the remote diagnosis and then to send the prescriptions via the Blockchain. <The information on these prescriptions cannot be changed or manipulated and it is public record, which is a infringement of the patient & doctor relationship>

In my view, the solution for one problem, bring more challenges in other areas. ^hmmmmm^
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May 01, 2018, 03:56:13 AM
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I guess medicine sectors are needed by people to get good health, there will be lot of demand for the service. As long as I know, prescription from doctors could be different from each country based on regulation and rule. So how can you solve that problem with your project?
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May 01, 2018, 04:11:38 AM
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What is the prospect of the project? It is planned to develop a project on telemedicine on the blockchain. Remote consultations of doctors and patients.

Someone has already done this project before and the ICO has just concluded if I'm not mistaken. Its called DOCACADEMIC.

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The DOCADEMIC PLATFORM is a single globally-sourced healthcare service platform for the public that begins with free Human Doctor-AI assisted Video Telemedicine service (DOCADEMIC APP) already in use in 20 countries by thousands of users and an associated suite of AI assisted tools and social network for the medical community (Docademic for Doctors). Combined, these produce the highest level of free basic quality healthcare allowing any individual to access the benefits and knowledge of healthcare that technology now permits.

The DOCADEMIC PLATFORM´s DOCADEMIC APP is built on top of DOCADEMIC´s existing, patient data routing and AI assisted technologies soon to be blockchain enabled. With its simplicity of use It becomes the ultimate resource for anyone who needs orientation in a health-related issue—a one touch system that connects any patient with a Doctor through Video Telemedicine for free, from any country a user is located in. All patient information will be secured on a blockchain and represents a perfect On-Ramp to healthcare services on a blockchain. In comparison, other healthcare related blockchain projects don’t have an effective On-Ramp to healthcare services. With our free Telemedicine service we can get the masses to benefit from blockchain technology in Healthcare.

https://icobench.com/ico/docademic

The only thing I don't like though is that they used John McAffee's name to promote this project. LOL.

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May 01, 2018, 06:05:46 AM
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Analyze the market, look at your competitors. Try to determine their advantages and disadvantages, and also think about whether you have the uniqueness of your project, which is nowhere to be found. Good luck

It is correct that before even starting to do research and implementation it is necessary to first understand the country law and confirm with the regulatory board that they can allow it in your country else what will happen is that you all efforts will go in vain if they decide not to allow it.

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May 01, 2018, 11:31:13 AM
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Telemedicine is a vast growing industry and has been adapted by many top medical institutions in the world. However, due to the law, it is not possible for medical data transfer across the countries, but I think if the projects are developed in a sense, where the remoteness stick in to within a country, but still it helps a lot for the patients who live in more rural areas.
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May 01, 2018, 12:23:17 PM
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I'm not sure I'm following; is this a general question about blockchain applications for medicine? Or is there a particular application/ICO that is being scrutinized here?

If general, I've heard some pretty decent arguments regarding blockchain usage in the patents and R&D fields. In a nutshell: 1) That being patents can be clearly delineated by researchers and not by big pharma companies so that drugs can be developed, produced, and sold significantly cheaper than what is currently being done; and 2) creating a incentive and rewards system for researchers to remain independent of big pharmaceutical companies.

To be frank, I don't think this solves the whole motivation of research issues that are present in this industry. But at the same time, it is an important issue that we should be looking at - creating affordable medicine for all.
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May 02, 2018, 08:16:30 AM
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I know good project with apps for medicine pacients: it's Hearthy company on the blockchain. But ICO postponed to a later date. I advise you to read about Hearthy.
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May 02, 2018, 08:22:56 AM
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I think that because of the adopted law on telemedicine, market players are very disappointed. Because not happened main: remote diagnosis is still not possible, only permissible online consultation.
That VERY MUCH depends on the country (and even the federal state) you're operating in.
The legislation of many countries does not provide an opportunity for online consultations,and in Russia and online consultations are prohibited,only the second opinion after a full inspection
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May 02, 2018, 10:28:00 AM
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I'm not sure I'm following; is this a general question about blockchain applications for medicine? Or is there a particular application/ICO that is being scrutinized here?

If general, I've heard some pretty decent arguments regarding blockchain usage in the patents and R&D fields. In a nutshell: 1) That being patents can be clearly delineated by researchers and not by big pharma companies so that drugs can be developed, produced, and sold significantly cheaper than what is currently being done; and 2) creating a incentive and rewards system for researchers to remain independent of big pharmaceutical companies.

To be frank, I don't think this solves the whole motivation of research issues that are present in this industry. But at the same time, it is an important issue that we should be looking at - creating affordable medicine for all.
Still, the question remains, how do they write that the service works in 20 countries, if by law this can not be done?
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May 02, 2018, 05:22:51 PM
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The legislation of many countries does not provide an opportunity for online consultations,and in Russia and online consultations are prohibited,only the second opinion after a full inspection
True, but this is currently changing, for example in several EU countries.

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May 02, 2018, 06:42:50 PM
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Good prospect.Many people will be able to learn about health problems even before the doctor's appointment. It is also very convenient, especially for the elderly.
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May 03, 2018, 08:07:40 AM
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Good prospect.Many people will be able to learn about health problems even before the doctor's appointment. It is also very convenient, especially for the elderly.
A big plus is that you can consult with a highly qualified specialist
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May 03, 2018, 08:09:46 AM
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The legislation of many countries does not provide an opportunity for online consultations,and in Russia and online consultations are prohibited,only the second opinion after a full inspection
True, but this is currently changing, for example in several EU countries.
In Russia, the state wants to impose on all hands, in principle, this is normal, but the development of the project can greatly suffer
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May 03, 2018, 12:29:55 PM
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In Russia, the state wants to impose on all hands, in principle, this is normal, but the development of the project can greatly suffer
Yes, that's a problem for Russian digital health in general. We did a market analysis on that last year: A Quick Guide to E-Health in Russia

However, overly strict regulation is something with which the government of any country only disadvantages the startups in the country itself - the same ones that they should be supporting. There is more than enough competition outside of any country's borders - for example, an increasing number of UK-based telemedicine services are marketing themselves globally.

And this, in turn, is a disadvantage for patients who can't afford to pay out of pocket for these services, and who have to rely on healthcare provided by the state or statutory health insurance.

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May 03, 2018, 12:40:25 PM
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In Russia, the state wants to impose on all hands, in principle, this is normal, but the development of the project can greatly suffer
Yes, that's a problem for Russian digital health in general. We did a market analysis on that last year: A Quick Guide to E-Health in Russia

However, overly strict regulation is something with which the government of any country only disadvantages the startups in the country itself - the same ones that they should be supporting. There is more than enough competition outside of any country's borders - for example, an increasing number of UK-based telemedicine services are marketing themselves globally.

And this, in turn, is a disadvantage for patients who can't afford to pay out of pocket for these services, and who have to rely on healthcare provided by the state or statutory health insurance.
I agree,it greatly hinders patients
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May 03, 2018, 04:52:46 PM
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If whole medicine and aphotecas will turn on blockchain, that will be great. For example every sold medicine, supplements and etc will be on blockchain, it will lessen number of sold prescriptional drugs illegally from aphotecas. Also patients won't be able to give their supplements to others for fun because they will be limite d and everything will be on blockchain which can't be modified.
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May 04, 2018, 10:46:28 AM
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In fact, a blockchain (or a distributed registry system) is a huge Ledger that records all data on the receipt and expenditure of funds. At the same time, each participant can at any time look into this book and find out who, when and in what amount the funds were transferred.
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May 04, 2018, 12:37:07 PM
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hello, i would to talking more about that.
I saw, that some years ago many project gone crazy abot telemedicine, and i understand, why.
I had expirience in it too, and worked in good, on my opinion, project, with cool team,
many professional doctors, etc. it was awarded, and seems to all of us very perspective.
But, anyway, they closed, and it is because many reasons, like:

- you must pay for your doctor, but doctor couldn't take real receipt to your patience without internal inspection.
- if you pay for your doctors, you must pay great advertise campaign too
- if you have great advertising campaign, price on that service will be high, so, you anyway must go to doctor from eyes to eyes.

Of course, you can do big, amazing big project with telemed blockchain, but, in my opinion, this project will  fall down.

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