Browser & Smartphone App

Technical & Security Details

    1. The client master ‘engine’ will be developed around a patient-centered interface using a combination of server-, browser-, and machine learning-based algorithmic software using Python, SQL, node.js, react.js, and the Smartphone device’s native operating system such as Android and Apple iOS.

    2. Providers, patients, insurers, pharmacists, administrators and other users will have access to a secure browser-based web client and SmartPhone native apps implementing A-Medicare’s unique artificial intelligence-based architecture and services. Signing in to a strategically designed rule-based panel system, a patient or administrator can manage doctor’s appointments, verify the patient’s medical records and providers, choose the best and cheaper health care insurance, hospital services, surgeries, doctors’ visits, medications, doctor specialist, and pharmacy.

    3. Using custom cryptographic hash algorithms, the client engine encrypts sensitive transactional data such as insurance, diagnosis, financial, Personally Identifiable Information (PII) and Protected Health Information (PHI) as it is used by the A-Medicare web service in the various page navigation by the user. The client engine randomly updates the encryption keys at various times to prevent Hackers from knowing the exact key in those random times.

    4. Depending on how the user navigates or use the A-Medicare web service or Smartphone app, hundreds of autonomous micro services (like ‘daemons’ in Unix) or micro robots (bots) will continuously work in the background doing household tasks such as searching or detecting unusual cybersecurity activity like ransomware, DDoS, and phishing software about to ‘knock’ off, kill or hijack windows client services or inject itself in the various services of the host operating system and other application software of the device.

    5. Embed cognitive technology into the client ‘engine’ as the user navigates various pages of the A-Medicare web service applications or Smartphone app in concert with the server-based services and processes. The client ‘engine’ will detect and collect context sensitive words and phrases on the current page of the web or app into a local cache then destroys or updates this cache at random when specific tasks of the web service is completed.

    6. At user’s pre-agreed consent (via a pop op dialog box) or smart contract, A-Medicare platform collects this information into a singular data warehouse using locally developed cryptographic and hash techniques. This data can be collected and presented for user insights, audits, and outcomes in large display or iPad type devices for further analysis by doctors and decision makers.

    7. Using custom hashing and cryptographic techniques, securely query a singular and blockchain validation database clusters based on thousands of pre-created scripts and micro services that are machine learning-based, well documented and easy to use for any type of users.

    8. For performance, database queries are redirected by the Federated master agent against the partitioned singular and blockchain database regional location (as an example Sydney) where the web service client or Smartphone device being used based on its location.

Advertisement, Web Service, and Smartphone App Content

  1. A-Medicare advertisement pop-up dialogs are triggered and presented to the web service and Smartphone clients according to the user's likes, postings, profiles, words, phrases, health information, and the device location. These insights or outcomes, a result of custom designed machine learning algorithms that learn accurate and deep intuitive understanding of the user, are extracted from a singular data warehouse, blockchain database, and other public records.

  2. Using modern libraries such as react.js, the client application displays a custom advertisement pop-up dialog according to the user insights. Pop-up dialogs are designed to be less intrusive so it will not affect or block content that the user is reading.

  3. By clicking the advertisement pop-up dialog, A-Medicare awards portion of the advertisement revenue back to the user as A-Medicare cryptocurrency token. The number of seconds and minutes that the user spent and the type of content that the user is interested on the advertiser's corporate website will be collected and stored into the Data Warehouse for later insights.

  4. Awarding users, A-Medicare cryptocurrency tokens, will motivate the user to search for more information provided free by the A-Medicare platform. Users likes, comments, opinions, thoughts, postings, and suggestions will contribute to improving healthcare, pharmaceutical, medical products, and healthcare related services in the future. The user will perform further research information like self-management of minor diseases or ailments.

  5. A-Medicare's 'after the fact' insurance type payments absorbs the cost and fund a patient's surgery procedure. A-Medicare initially fund the cost while getting funds from people like good-hearted subscribers, philanthropists, as well as users with surplus tokens wanting to share to patients. For his good Samaritan gesture, he is awarded with additional tokens.

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