KATLAS has built a HealthTech platform with tokenised Fintech wallets for telehealth companies to build connected e-health systems.
Value Proposition –
An Integrated Care System and Integrated Care Partnership compatible software platform enabling decision makers to securely manage the entire customer journey across multiple pathways with a single network log-in. The platform is capable of integrating with both current and future industry systems providing traceability and control, immutability, certified electronic signatures together with tokenisation and incentivisation.
In assuring the security and surety of data, KATLAS provides the ‘essential plumbing’ for data to be released for analysis, in terms of diagnostics, finance and trusted automation.
Tokenisation (health behavioural economics) -
Consumer behavioural change will require incentivisation and a drive to develop robust evidence: to identify and secure impactful policies; deliver and facilitate effective policy implementation; instigate wider action in all tiers of local, regional and central government to support improved health outcomes; reduce health inequalities; evaluate the impact of policy initiatives on health outcomes in near real time; and monitor progress towards improved public health.
KATLAS Intelligent Wallet Systems for Enterprise Blockchain Applications.
KATLAS Technology offer a versatile modular platform designed to solve many use cases in healthcare and industry that require verification, privacy and interoperability between multiple stakeholders. For example, Patient Administering Systems, coordinating Urgent Care Plans, and integrating multiple referral pathways linked to a Single Patient Record (SPR).
The technology supports complex, many-to-many workflows, with a system of personalised 'wallets' that manage stakeholder data on the distributed network. Wallet holders control access to their source data and manage payments; allowing it to be queried for particular data points in a controlled and anonymous fashion. The platform operates on a tokenised architecture, allowing resources and exchanges to be rewarded on a granular level and in real-time. It logs interactions and ensures that assets are verified and accounted for. The resulting ledger of activity allows for auditing, provenance and governance, and can be assigned a monetary value to pay for services, data sharing, or encourage certain behaviours.
How it works
Users are given personalised wallets paired to their smart phone, an intelligent middleware functional capability, that talks and interoperates across new business models and legacy systems.
For comparison, akin to the Bloomberg/WhatsApp messaging functionality operating on a decentralised network of computers. The system is defended using a blockchain layer, which directly mediates access to secure permissioned data.
The benefits of blockchain in assuring the security and surety of data, provides the ‘essential plumbing’ for data to be released for analysis, in terms of diagnostics, finance and trusted automation.
KATLAS builds the functional protocols, Software Development Kits (SDKs) and provides the documentation support and consultancy, given KATLAS interoperability with business systems and multiple blockchains, make KATLAS the foremost platform for operating distributed applications.
The platform operates on low-energy, low-cost computers (such as Raspberry PIs), making it sustainable, accessible and highly scalable. The network can handle high volume any-to-any transactions, from small collaborative projects through to national systems.
The MAI Health Patient Journey
The patient journey is disparate, requiring multiple logins with multiple passwords and identity issues. Health data for research is difficult to access, due to privacy issues and a lack of a marketplace for data.
The MAI Health application is a series of unique R2R (role-to-role) protocols that are simple to repurpose, offering organisations access to a catalogue of ubiquitous capabilities ‘off-the-shelf’. These R2R protocols enable patients and other healthcare ‘actors’ to access and transact as necessary. The primary ‘actor’ (the Patient) plays a centric role in a typical series of journeys: An interaction with a GP (General Practitioner), an interaction with an AI Diagnostics device, an interaction with a medical specialist; and a pharmacy. All clinicians can access a single patient record with dynamic patient consent on an integrated network system. Data booking systems are unique and intelligent, supported by real-time data analytics, to avoid conflicts in the patient journey.
KATLAS functional capabilities
Storage – Data is not stored on the blockchain, but is stored at the discretion of the client, on cloud or on-premise, and is necessarily only stored once but accessible to all, with permission at the unit (granular) level.
Sustainability – Uniquely, KATLAS is designed to operate on very small and inexpensive hardware (raspberry pis), to offer a cleaner and greener platform than present cloud architecture, with more efficient, direct and sustainable workflows, speeding verification processes and reducing the need for data warehousing.
Security – is quantum secure, ensuring data remains private and cannot be changed without audit.
Scalability – designed to work flexibly with external systems in a hybrid blockchain giving organisations complete flexibility in how they want to organise their data.
Performance – designed to process high volume and high velocity transactions.
Data Control – GDPR compliance with no need for 3rd party custody of sensitive data. Tamperproof – saving time, money and reputation.
Integration – Enabling wallet owners to control T&Cs for access to their network.
Public/Private Interoperability – Operates on multiple blockchains. Less steps to complete workflows and enhance AI adoption. Negates duplication and double spend.
Anonymity – The blockchain uses a pseudonymous identity with credentials verified through a third-party identification service. In combination with steps taken to ensure differential privacy, this leads to a high degree of privacy protection for the individual.
Marketplace – Ability to pay-as-you-go and settle complex multi-stakeholder transactions with finality.
Highly scalable – beyond the immediate functionality the host network can scale without limitation and is designed to interoperate with multiple service providers and legacy systems.
Reporting – KPI monitoring is flexible and real-time, with the consent of the data owner and without the need for data lakes; vulnerable to attack or super-administrator abuse or error. Trust across the supply chain is raised and disputes less frequent, without the need for litigation.
Health & Safety for public events
Identity and Certification
Regulatory Compliance and Reporting
Legal Services and Administration - contracts and verification
LegalTech - class actions
Financial Accounting and Audit
Health data - multi-pathway
HR & Procurement
Asset Management - KPIs and ISOs