Ukrsoft acquisition will accelerate Solve.Care global healthcare platform

Solve.Care platform is based on Blockchain, smart contracts and distributed computing, which is why our Foundation needs the best professionals who are able to use these technologies and make them work for healthcare and benefit administration.

We are pleased to announce that we have acquired the Ukrainian IT company called Ukrsoft. It is well known for providing a creative and cost effective array of IT solutions, from concept to implementation for businesses in the United States, Europe and Asia. Among the clients are SkyCom, Delta, Department of Defense and Electric Welding Institute. Ukrsoft also has experience in implementing healthcare social programs, including the US Medicare program. Its team of 50+ software engineers and scientists has powerful skills in platform development in healthcare.

Ukrsoft closely collaborates with research institutes, scientific and academic organizations. The company has invested heavily in transformational technologies such as artificial intelligence, cognitive computing, content analysis, distributed ledgers and cloud computing. We believe that Ukrsoft team with its experience and expertise will be of great value to Solve.Care platform.

Vadym Vorobiov, the CTO of Ukrsoft has assumed the role of CTO at Solve.Care Foundation. The Solve.Care platform includes a synchronization protocol, care coordination wallet, smart and adaptable applications called Care.Cards, and a smart currency for healthcare payments. Vadym Vorobiov explained the importance of the platform, “Governments in different countries spend billions of dollars each year on inefficient healthcare systems. In the United States, this amount exceeds $ 3.2 trillion. At the same time, its administrative expenses reach up to 30%. Solve.Care platform aims to reduce the costs to 3% and to make the system accountable and transparent for all the parties”.

This acquisition will help us change healthcare for the better, around the globe.

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