New York's Growing 'Tech for Good' Community

“When Andrew Hoppin and Christopher Sealey launched their blockchain startup this year, they weren't dreaming of becoming the next unicorn or earning gazillions trading cryptocurrencies. Instead, the co-founders—who had first worked together upgrading technology and communications systems for the state Senate—had a compelling social mission. They wanted their new company, CoverUs, to help make health care more affordable and efficient for ordinary people.”

Crain’s

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A Blockchain Startup Takes a Bitcoin Approach to Buying and Selling Patient Data

“What if there was a way for consumers to not only profit from the sale of their health data, but use those profits to lower their out-of-pocket healthcare costs? Technology start-up CoverUS believes it has hit upon the answer: a digital wallet that is a de facto health savings account into which funds can be downloaded each time a consumer shares his health data with a third-party.”

Internet Health Management

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The Blockchain-Based Health Data Marketplace

“From a moral standpoint, we think people should own their healthcare data. It’s currently being brokered to the tune of hundreds of billions of dollars without most of us knowing that it is happening,” the company say. “Secondly, we believe that healthcare data is most valuable when it’s in an individual’s hands because your electronic medical records and prescriptions only paint part of the picture. Nobody knows better than you how you are doing.”

The Huffington Post

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