September Developments, Growth and Partnerships

September Developments, Growth and Partnerships

Network Development

September has been yet another busy month for the TrustedHealth network. We have expanded our leaders network with another 30 physicians and deepened our existing expertise in lung cancer and other respiratory diseases with the likes of Dr. Neal Navani from University College London NHS Trust:

and Dr. Michael Beckles from the Royal Free NHS Trust:

We have also included a selective group of international doctors from Argentina, Ghana, Italy.

Amongst them Dr. Lawrence Osei-Tutu (pictured above), who is a famous Paediatric Haematologist and Oncologist in Ghana (accessible through this link) with the following positions of responsibility:

Critical Milestones

In September we have been awarded a place in the NHS prestigious DigitalHealth.London Accelerator. This is a major milestone in our journey. During this 12-month acceleration programme we envisage to run multiple pilots in various NHS Trusts across the country. This opens the opportunity to enlarge our network of partners and increase our clinical footprint in the UK.

The landscape of companies in the Accelerator. Trustedoctor applies to the “Access to specialists ” group.

Conference Exposure

In the past months, we have attended or presented during a number of blockchain events.

• Blockchain World Summit in London — We discussed the future of our project, blockchain solutions and the current state of crypto currency market

• Cass Innovate Conference — We delivered a workshop on Trustedhealth and the ICO fundraising process

Strategic Partnerships

In September we officially started our pilot with Independent Oncology and Independent Practice Services helping a busy clinic of 20 doctors in London with the local and international patient referral management.

We have a number of new strategic partnerships that will be reveals in the near future. We are also holding various discussions on the hospital group and insurance provider levels. We will be making announcements once the partnerships become public.

Our Chief Medical Officer, Professor Philippe Schucht has recently visited Myanmar (Burma) and was hosted by His Excellency Myint Htwe, the Minister for Health. Global medical collaboration is at the heart of our strategy. We believe that the best medical care should be available for everyone everywhere and Trustedoctor technology simplifies the access to specialized medicine for patients and physicians.

We have recently signed a service agreement with the African Institute For Health Transformation and Sagam Community Hospital (AIHT/SCH) in Kenya for a virtual patient and doctor consultation service, which gives users in Kenya access to world-class cancer specialists. The AIHT/SCH project is seeking to integrate Trustedoctor technology and network with the new medical education programme. This will undoubtedly allow course participants to take advantage of using Trustedoctor resources to enrich their learning.

Trustedoctor, our network and the ecosystem partner, is looking to release a new website, which will reflect our progress and pivotal changes we have made to make our ecosystem a lot more scalable.

Update on Exchanges

We are now listed Yobit, Idex and Tokenjar exchanges.

Integration of TDH payment option

As per our roadmap, we are trying our best to integrate the TDH coin payment option as the method of payment for the virtual consultations by the end of Q4 2018.