Solve.Care Foundation, a healthcare administration platform, has named David Drake as an adviser. Drake is a is a managing partner at LDJ Capital.
NEW YORK (PRWEB) NOVEMBER 20, 2017
Solve.Care Foundation, a company that aims to revolutionize healthcare delivery globally, and what is being called “a blue chip token sale,” has announced that David Drake will be joining them as an Advisor.
David Drake has made his name as one of the foremost authorities in crowdfunding and as an experienced investor who has managed more than a trillion dollars. Drake’s success lies in making equity investments at an early stage, allowing him and his clients to profit from cutting-edge business ventures. This includes investing more than USD $100 million in Palantir and Alibaba. He is also regarded as a crowdfunding expert, with particular insight into how this form of financing fits into the modern regulatory landscape.
The fact of David joining Solve.Care as an advisor is one more confirmation of the huge potential of the Solve.Care project. Solve.Care platform market opportunity is the global healthcare market estimated at over $7Trillion, with US alone representing almost 50% of the annual healthcare costs. Solve.Care is addressing a universal market problem and their platform has created a blue ocean opportunity by redefining coordination, administration and payments in healthcare on a relationship centric model using Blockchain technology.
Solve.Care platform will reduce the inefficiency and waste in healthcare programs while improving care results and the potential to save $100B-150B annually in the US alone.
About David Drake
David Drake is a managing partner at LDJ Capital, an asset management and financial services company based in New York City. In this position, he has made and managed investments in a wide range of different ventures, including realty funds, hedge funds, venture capital funds, and fund-of-funds. He has invested in North America, the Middle East, Asia, and Europe, and is currently looking to expand into Africa and Australia. He currently has more than fifty directors managing USD $1.5 trillion across the globe. David Drake’s expertise in crowdfunding and regulation has made him a choice speaker for governing and regulatory bodies, both in the United States and across the globe. In April of 2012, he organized a meeting on crowdfunding to address the effects of the recently-signed Jumpstart Our Business Startup, or JOBS, legislation; the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) both participated in this meeting.
Drake has also participated in the White House Champions of Change ceremony. He has spoken on behalf of the United States Department of Commerce before both the UK Parliament and the EU Commission.
Solve.Care Foundation was established with the goal to revolutionize administration of healthcare and other benefit programs globally. The stated mission of Solve.Care is to “Make healthcare and benefit programs work better for everyone.” The platform brings a relationship centric approach to care coordination, administration and payments that addresses all three pillars of healthcare; clinical, administrative and financial.
Solve.Care platform is designed to enable insurance companies, government agencies, hospitals and providers, pharmacies and businesses to build care coordination and delivery networks and engage their stakeholders. Solve.Care is launching a number of ground breaking innovations such as Care.Wallet, Care.Cards, Care.Coins, Care.Vault and Care.Protocol through their platform. Solve.Care is implementing the relationship centric approach by using distributed ledger technology and Blockchain.
CEO of the company Pradeep Goel has built several healthcare IT companies before and has been at the top of INC500 fastest growing companies lists multiple times. He is also on the 100 most promising entrepreneurs worldwide complied by Goldman Sachs CEO. In 2011 appointed by Governor of North Dakota to HITAC council to help direct state-wide health records initiatives for insurers and consumers.
Mr. Goel was involved with several government projects related to healthcare including Medicare, Health Savings Accounts, Health exchanges, Medicaid, CHIP, SNAP, TANF and Child Welfare programs.
Solve.Care Advisory Board comprises of highly experienced public figures such as Congressman James Moran, Director Karen Bowling, Secretary Donald Upson and other experts who are inspired by Solve.Care global mission.
For more information about the company, please go to http://www.solve.care or contact us via email at info(at)solve(dot)care.