optimal health & community wellbeing
And what does Platform Governance Leadership look like? strategy - culture - people
Aligning the people, the culture, and the organization to enable desired outcomes.
And how does the Community Health Hub app function? simplicity, accessibility, inclusivity
Helping people make decisions instead of selling services and products.
Orchestrating Cooperative Networks the business model
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Peer-to-Peer Platform Impact for Client/User/Customer
(Blockchain application quote) "Blockchain makes it much harder for fraud and waste to exist, makes it much more visible if it does exist and potentially gets rid of a lot of layers of bureaucracy that are designed simply to ensure that waste and fraud [don't] exist." Microsoft Azure
improved outcomes for the participant
It is timely to put a price on healthy living as incentive to speed up determinants and slow deterrents to health. The proceeds of a small transaction fee on healthy living goods and services can be returned to users in the form of social currency, and business payers as socially responsible community contribution.
“Canadians deserve to be able to access their health information and services in the same way they access their financial services — online, at their convenience, and with assurance that the highest standards of privacy and security are in place,” said Michael Green, President and CEO of Infoway.
Data-driven healthcare, with an emphasis on prevention rather than cure, will have a "tremendous societal impact”. Digital identity - biometric technology is maturing and being applied on a large scale, making our digital identity into a second ID card. A fundamental shift in individual and community well-being, simultaneously enabling current health systems to function more effectively.
what's going on? Initiatives to refine and validate the hypothesis and action plan elements are ongoing;
where's the money? Simply, next generation network peer-to-peer digital Health consumer engagement communications solutions, taking healthcare to where the consumers are easier, better, cheaper, faster.
Aim is providing secure access and connection to communities of people and organizations. This access will be monetized in part through supply fees on transactions generated through these connections. Platform-generated digital health system revenues, efficiencies and savings generate income to maintain the enterprise and contribute meaningful return to Community Hubs and Users in healthy living rewards and dividends.
what's it look like? An easily accessed cloud-based portal system which uses existing computer infrastructure (and is not required to be managed by hospitals) that really lowers the cost of entry. IP technology takes healthcare connection and healthy living data - whether it's coming from a mobile device or fixed device - and plugs them into one platform to better self-manage digital activity and secure rightful privacy and data sovereignty. Health as a Service (HaaS).
2019 onwards, expect to see much greater adoption of platform as a service (PaaS) and network as a service (NaaS) as effective means to enabling digital transformation. PaaS and NaaS allow Canadian businesses to be more agile - it is the gateway for organizations to take advantage of AI, blockchain, IoT and more flexible IT architectures.
a health determinant: Addressing Isolation and Loneliness !
a sustainability mechanism: Monetizing Platform Cooperative Data !
Decentralized Autonomous Organization
proactive, predictive and personalized
secure identity, access & trust
direct connect to goods, services & care
GDP (economic wellness) vs ESP (economic and social performance)
We need a new model; one in which to simultaneously increase natural, social, human and economic capital.
And new ways of measuring progress. Community Engagement is Healthy Living - Community is Trust.
Bold aspiration is called for to ensure implemented changes do not simply reinforce the status quo.
Community Capital: Cultural; Social; Economic; Physical; Human
next generation networks (NGN) peer-to-peer (P2P) digital Health consumer engagement communications