Transforming the management and security of electronic health records
Intro to HealthHeart
We aim to create the next generation of EHR, driving a fundamental industry shift focusing on holistic patient care.
We can do it easier, at lower cost, and more securely than any of the current major EHR providers.
EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP TEAM
MEDICAL ADVISORY BOARD
Idea creation and initial development
Company formation and hiring of initial team
Alpha product development
Start MU, CCHIT certification process for beta
Alpha group tests
Beta release of podiatry specialist modules
Beta release of orthodontics specialist modules
Beta release of ophthalmology specialist modules
Beta release (ADT, GP, Lab, 3rd party integration, etc)
Complete certification process
V1.0 customer release
We’re building a decentralized blockchain-based EHR, with a focus on security, stability, and ease of use for both patients and providers. For more details, please see our whitepaper.
Unlike current EHR solutions, we are built with cutting-edge, secure technology. We’ve also involved medical professionals in the design of our product since Day One. There are other competitors focusing on integrating blockchain technology into healthcare, but our product is different in three ways:
1. We are primarily focused on meeting the needs of a specific market segment, small- to mid-size private practices and hospitals.
2. We are the only company to have a Medical Advisory Board of certified medical practitioners advising us on our product; no one else has the support of actual physicians for their work.
3. We have an actual product in the works and have posted images of our progress to our site.
For further details of HealthHeart’s strengths and benefits, please see our whitepaper.
The HealthHeart Token (HHT) at its core is a fuel. Our EHR uses HHT to “pay for” transactions. If a provider makes a change to a record, they must “pay” HHT to make that change. If blockchain is a ledger, HHT is the pen providers use to write the entries down. With our proprietary technology, the token also functions as a form of authentication, being combined with a provider’s unique ID and other markers to ensure that HHT is only used by providers licensed to work in a given EHR install.
Think of it this way – if an attacker wants to steal a patient record and has HHT to attempt to do so, it wouldn’t work since the token hasn’t been integrated with the unique provider- and company-specific information that allows that change. Conversely, a provider may have the unique information, but if the company doesn’t have enough HHT to make the change, the change will not be confirmed until more HHT are purchased.
Finally, providers must use HHT to transfer patient records between different EHR installs, using the same principles above to ensure this transfer of records is valid and authorized.
Please note that HHT is not a security and does not entitle HHT holders to any share of or representation in HealthHeart, LLC, nor does it entitle the holder to any profits therefrom.
Absolutely, our underlying framework is easily extensible to any healthcare market in the world.
No. The EHR is a proprietary product, meant for commercial use and sale. There are no plans to open source any part of our product at this time.
Currently, we have applications pending with HitBTC, Bittrex, Gatecoin, Poloniex, and EtherDelta. We have several more exchanges we are currently vetting before listing.
Don’t forget, one of the bounty options is helping us get listed. The more community support we have, the more places you can buy and sell HHT!