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realsignals

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Re: The most Innovative Blockchain Project - SOLVE.CARE!!!!
« Reply #30 on: May 25, 2019, 09:39:43 pm »


What is HIT solutions btw??? I don't get it.

It's healthcare information technology (HIT). It's a specific sector in healthcare and technology plays an important part in this business. HMS Technology needs a supporter in this new blockchain thing, so can say that it's a perfect match, from the technology to the scope of customers that Solve.Care aimed to.

Oh, it's quite clear know.  :o Seems that HMS is a big one in this business???

"HMS is one of only two contractors who provide telehealthcare to US veterans under the US Department of VA Telehealth Services. And they’re the prime contractor for the VA Rural Health program. US military veterans living in rural areas find it harder to access care, an issue that affects anyone residing outside of urban areas."

Let read here for more info you wanna know: https://medium.com/solve-care-foundation/with-hms-technologies-were-setting-aggressive-timelines-2f7725368b3b?sk=2c67388aff1f7953a55dc69672f8d791
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How big is that market? Why Solve.Care aimed to that sector? It seems that normal patients and normal customers like us will take more percentage.

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« Reply #31 on: May 25, 2019, 09:55:04 pm »
I don't think that sector is small. Just look at the medium article.

"There are 4.7 million rural and highly rural Veterans with 2.8 million enrolled in VA.
58 percent of rural Veterans are enrolled in the VA health care system — significantly higher than the 37 percent enrollment rate of urban Veterans
18 percent of rural enrolled Veterans have at least one service connected condition
6 percent of enrolled rural Veterans are women
15 percent of enrolled rural Veterans are minorities
52 percent earn less than $35,000 annually
27 percent do not access the internet at home"

With that 58%, Solve.Care can make money from that numbers. And with the usage of its platform, they can bring their work to the others didn't use and don't know how to operate it. Technology is changing, it's a trend, it's inevitable, the others will have a chance to use to reach the possible healthcare service when they were updated with the internet, smartphone and that platform. 

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« Reply #32 on: May 25, 2019, 10:07:20 pm »
I don't think that sector is small. Just look at the medium article.

"There are 4.7 million rural and highly rural Veterans with 2.8 million enrolled in VA.
58 percent of rural Veterans are enrolled in the VA health care system — significantly higher than the 37 percent enrollment rate of urban Veterans
18 percent of rural enrolled Veterans have at least one service connected condition
6 percent of enrolled rural Veterans are women
15 percent of enrolled rural Veterans are minorities
52 percent earn less than $35,000 annually
27 percent do not access the internet at home"

With that 58%, Solve.Care can make money from that numbers. And with the usage of its platform, they can bring their work to the others didn't use and don't know how to operate it. Technology is changing, it's a trend, it's inevitable, the others will have a chance to use to reach the possible healthcare service when they were updated with the internet, smartphone and that platform.

It can, but I'm not sure about they can understand the new application or TECH things.  ::) I spent a whole day to teach my mom how to use iphone, but it totally failed  ::)

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« Reply #33 on: May 25, 2019, 10:23:04 pm »
I don't think that sector is small. Just look at the medium article.

"There are 4.7 million rural and highly rural Veterans with 2.8 million enrolled in VA.
58 percent of rural Veterans are enrolled in the VA health care system — significantly higher than the 37 percent enrollment rate of urban Veterans
18 percent of rural enrolled Veterans have at least one service connected condition
6 percent of enrolled rural Veterans are women
15 percent of enrolled rural Veterans are minorities
52 percent earn less than $35,000 annually
27 percent do not access the internet at home"

With that 58%, Solve.Care can make money from that numbers. And with the usage of its platform, they can bring their work to the others didn't use and don't know how to operate it. Technology is changing, it's a trend, it's inevitable, the others will have a chance to use to reach the possible healthcare service when they were updated with the internet, smartphone and that platform.

It can, but I'm not sure about they can understand the new application or TECH things.  ::) I spent a whole day to teach my mom how to use iphone, but it totally failed  ::)

Be patient. I always remind myself that they have taught me everything when I was a kid, so I don't hesitate to teach them those tech things when they need them. Be patient because I think it will help us easily reach them when they need us.

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« Reply #34 on: May 25, 2019, 10:35:13 pm »
I don't think that sector is small. Just look at the medium article.

"There are 4.7 million rural and highly rural Veterans with 2.8 million enrolled in VA.
58 percent of rural Veterans are enrolled in the VA health care system — significantly higher than the 37 percent enrollment rate of urban Veterans
18 percent of rural enrolled Veterans have at least one service connected condition
6 percent of enrolled rural Veterans are women
15 percent of enrolled rural Veterans are minorities
52 percent earn less than $35,000 annually
27 percent do not access the internet at home"

With that 58%, Solve.Care can make money from that numbers. And with the usage of its platform, they can bring their work to the others didn't use and don't know how to operate it. Technology is changing, it's a trend, it's inevitable, the others will have a chance to use to reach the possible healthcare service when they were updated with the internet, smartphone and that platform.

It can, but I'm not sure about they can understand the new application or TECH things.  ::) I spent a whole day to teach my mom how to use iphone, but it totally failed  ::)

Be patient. I always remind myself that they have taught me everything when I was a kid, so I don't hesitate to teach them those tech things when they need them. Be patient because I think it will help us easily reach them when they need us.

Yep, I don't think these tech things are too hard to introduce to them, just spend for your time and it will make taking care of your parents more easily. Just try the Care.Wallet for Family of this Solve.Care company, I don't think it's too hard. The thing is you have to buy some SOLVE coin to put in your wallet first  :P

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« Reply #35 on: May 25, 2019, 10:51:24 pm »
I don't think that sector is small. Just look at the medium article.

"There are 4.7 million rural and highly rural Veterans with 2.8 million enrolled in VA.
58 percent of rural Veterans are enrolled in the VA health care system — significantly higher than the 37 percent enrollment rate of urban Veterans
18 percent of rural enrolled Veterans have at least one service connected condition
6 percent of enrolled rural Veterans are women
15 percent of enrolled rural Veterans are minorities
52 percent earn less than $35,000 annually
27 percent do not access the internet at home"

With that 58%, Solve.Care can make money from that numbers. And with the usage of its platform, they can bring their work to the others didn't use and don't know how to operate it. Technology is changing, it's a trend, it's inevitable, the others will have a chance to use to reach the possible healthcare service when they were updated with the internet, smartphone and that platform.

It can, but I'm not sure about they can understand the new application or TECH things.  ::) I spent a whole day to teach my mom how to use iphone, but it totally failed  ::)

Be patient. I always remind myself that they have taught me everything when I was a kid, so I don't hesitate to teach them those tech things when they need them. Be patient because I think it will help us easily reach them when they need us.

Yep, I don't think these tech things are too hard to introduce to them, just spend for your time and it will make taking care of your parents more easily. Just try the Care.Wallet for Family of this Solve.Care company, I don't think it's too hard. The thing is you have to buy some SOLVE coin to put in your wallet first  :P

That's it. We have to buy it for them  ;D but it is quite easy. Many place can buy SOLVE coin.

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« Reply #36 on: May 25, 2019, 11:35:05 pm »
Where can I buy SOLVE coin if I need them for my Care.Wallet for Family app????

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« Reply #37 on: May 26, 2019, 01:40:51 am »
Where can I buy SOLVE coin if I need them for my Care.Wallet for Family app????

Sounds that thing should bring some troubles, I think. Does it have on Binance?

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« Reply #38 on: May 26, 2019, 01:55:57 am »
Where can I buy SOLVE coin if I need them for my Care.Wallet for Family app????

Sounds that thing should bring some troubles, I think. Does it have on Binance?

Nope, it's on bittrex, kucoin, upbit. Those are big trading platform you should you it  ::)

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« Reply #39 on: May 26, 2019, 02:02:38 am »
Love Kucoin, I can buy btc easily with credit card  :o

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« Reply #40 on: May 26, 2019, 06:42:19 pm »
Hi everyone, sounds interesting here. Not much understanding about Solve.Care.

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« Reply #41 on: May 26, 2019, 06:50:30 pm »
Hi everyone, sounds interesting here. Not much understanding about Solve.Care.

We got new guy aroud here. Welcome to the show, mate!  8)

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« Reply #42 on: May 26, 2019, 07:05:49 pm »
Hi everyone, sounds interesting here. Not much understanding about Solve.Care.
Oh hi dick...son, oops, sr for my spelling. But your name quite made me nervous, man  :o :P

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« Reply #43 on: May 26, 2019, 07:17:46 pm »
Hi everyone, sounds interesting here. Not much understanding about Solve.Care.
Oh gosh, you should consider your name again  ;D it is really embarrassing  :P 

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« Reply #44 on: May 26, 2019, 07:33:05 pm »
Hi everyone, sounds interesting here. Not much understanding about Solve.Care.
What your name means? dickson? son of.......dick???? oops, do they ban inappropriate words here?  ;D ;D ;D