Below are the category definitions:
Dental: Services and solutions specific to dental care and dentistry
Health Education: medical encyclopedia, educational resources targeted at providers
Behavioral Health: promoting well-being by preventing or intervening in mental illness such as depression or anxiety, but also has as an aim preventing or intervening in substance abuse or other addictions
Addiction Recovery: treatment of addiction-related diseases for patients
Genomics: tools / platforms focused on owning, protecting, sharing and re-marketing genomic data
Pharma: pertaining to prescribing, filling, and managing prescriptions
Adherence: Increasing Medication Adherence Through Data Sharing and Patient Incentives.
Academic Research: platforms with functionality intended for academic and scientific research
Diagnostics: analytic tools with the learning capability to augment physician decision making using publicly available data and intelligence
Healthcare Marketplace: a toolkit for building trusted dApps / economy for the buying and selling of digital health assets and services
Insurance: facilitation of insurance payment via group pay / peer-to- peer insurance
Personalized Medicine: uses data to make personalized recommendations, customize health tips and improve patient health outcomes
Fitness & Wellness: Incentives healthy fitness and wellness behaviors through reward systems. Integrates with various fitness devices (ie: wearables) to aggregate performance data.
Person Health Data Management: integrates wearable data with personal health records for in a holistic health data platform, usually using AI and/or machine learning to make recommendations in health management.
IoT Security: safeguarding connected devices and networks in the Internet of things (IoT)
Clinical Research: Pertaining to the acceleration and development of new medical insights through public health research, preventative treatments, vaccines, drug development, etc.
Organizational Efficiency: streamline complicated workflows by cutting out unnecessary processes
Supply Chain: data integrity and validation for supply chains products and processes
Credentialing: Tracks, validates or coordinates medical provider credentialing with necessary parties
Claims Management: streamlines claim rates, minimizes revenue leakage, and increases efficiency
Quality of Care: healthcare services that increase the likelihood of desired health outcomes
Value Based Care: incentives providers with outcome-based rewards to drive value improvement, incentivize innovation or reduce risks of misdiagnosis
EHR/EMR: Platforms focused on consolidating EHR/EMR data, and providing EHR/EMR interoperability to enable providers’ care abilities
Care Coordination: Platforms used to increase and streamline diagnoses and care communication between patients, providers, payers and systems
Telemedicine: Creating a virtual care network platform for delivering care remotely
Patient Engagement: incentivizes participation in health outcomes primarily utilizing social networks
Blockchain Interoperability: Platforms that enable cross-chain interoperability