US, Delaware – Subha Ramiah, Senior Director Innovation R&D, Cigna, has joined Care.Card UX Contest as the jury of the contest. This is the first announced judge of the contest organized by Solve.Care. Aimed to be the first global contest in the healthcare on blockchain industry, Care.Card UX Contest brings every React developer and UX designer to design and build an incredibly intuitive user experience for coordinating, administering and paying for healthcare.
Subha Ramiah is the technology executive with the strategic vision, IT and business leadership, operations and partnership development skills. With over 27 years of experience in IT and business services, Mr. Ramiah has eventually increased his level of responsibilities in Fortune 500 companies specialized in technology, healthcare, communication and global multimedia.
The first Care.Card UX contest by Solve.Care welcomes creators from all over the world to compete in designing and building the revolutional Care.Cards, intelligent applications that automate healthcare processes inside Care.Wallet ecosystem, built to administrate and facilitate care delivery. The contest, created to improve healthcare processes for everyone on the planet, grand prize in each category is 100 000 SOLVE, Solve.Care native tokens.
The jury board of Care.Card UX Contest picks three winners for each of Care.Card categories presented to the participants. Top executives from the largest healthcare organizations in the USA and Canada, including Ramiah, comprise the panel of judges during the competition.
“Quality of the user experience can make or break even the most advanced technology solution. Three clicks or five touches is all one should need to completely use a mobile interactive product. In our healthcare industry, it is even more important as people are moving from papers, keyboards and multiple systems to mobile screen touches and voice. It is even more important to provide the perfect user experience in client and consumer facing application like Care.Card and Care.Wallet as we revolutionize to improving the healthcare administrative systems using blockchain. If we get UX wrong it could dilute all the benefits of this revolutionary technology,” addressed Subha Ramiah to the contest’s participants.
“I am glad to be part of the Judge Panel for Care.Card UX Contest, the mission of which is to revolutionize the full user experience in Solve.Care ecosystem,” Mr. Ramiah continued.
Recently, Solve.Care stated the interest in Care.Card UX Contest comprises of more than 200 individuals and development organizations registered to develop Care.Cards. The registration period for the contest ends on July 22. Submissions will be accepted till July 24. All contest details can be found on Solve.Care website.
Solve.Care platform is a revolutionary healthcare administration platform that patients, employers, physicians, healthcare organizations and insurance companies can use to make care delivery more efficient, effective and affordable. It improves care coordination, while empowering individuals to effectively manage their healthcare decisions and replaced inefficient and duplicative systems with intelligent automation to save billions of dollars in costs per year.
Solve.Care platform is designed to synchronize insurance companies, government agencies, hospitals and providers, pharmacies and businesses to achieve better care coordination and more effectively manage the delivery networks while engaging all stakeholders.
The platform is also designed to combat and eliminate fraud, waste and abuse in the healthcare system by injecting unprecedented levels of accountability and transparency into the administration of care. Employers can also use the platform to administer benefits, reduce costs and reward their employees, while physicians and hospitals can issue prescriptions, manage appointments and coordinate with specialists.
Solve.Care has signed a multi-year contract for its decentralized healthcare administration platform with Arizona Care Network (ACN), a leading accountable care organization (ACO) in the US with a network of more than 5,000 physicians covering 250,000 members.