Healthcare blockchain developer set to launch patient transportation tool

Solve.Care, a blockchain-focused startup, is in the final stage of developing its Book-a-Ride card, a tool that will allow customers to schedule transportation to health-related appointments, according to CoinTrust.com.

The blockchain developer partnered with Lyft in March to develop the transportation tool. Solve.Care combines the data from patients, providers, employers and insurers all into a single system.

Using the Book-a-Ride card, patients can share information about the transportation service with their insurance company, family members and providers. The blockchain platform is designed to improve access to different medical transportation options for patients in nonemergency situations.

Solve.Care's blockchain platform aims to coordinate care, benefits and payments between patients, physicians, pharmacies, laboratories, employers, insurance companies and other healthcare stakeholders.

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