On October 14th 2021, our community had a chance to welcome Mr Isaac A – CEO, Mr. James Oche – Advisor, Mr. Neji Tawo – Chief Advisor of Stabledoc.com to join in an AMA to give valuable information about the key features and roadmap of the project.
The project combines Blockchain-based and AI-driven telemedicine, in-home health and standard hospital services to deliver evidence-based “Doctor Anywhere” healthcare services to our patients all around the world.
This AMA was held by CryptoFamily Group – the top crypto community in Vietnam, where investors and traders can obtain the latest news and signals from bot/ admins, as well as discuss and share investment experiences in the crypto space.
At this AMA, The team directly greeted the community and provided detailed information on Stabledoc.com as well as some exciting events that will be held in the near future.
Time: 21:00 PM (UTC+7) | Thursday, 14-10-2021
Airdrop: 200$ for members with the best questions.
Below are some main points of this AMA session:
PART I: INTRODUCTION OF STABLEDOC.COM
1. To kickstart today’s AMA, please introduce your team and Stabledoc briefly.
Stabledoc: I am Isaac Agada and I am the CEO of StableDoc. With medical degrees and advanced leadership development programs in health management from the University of Washington, I bring a wealth of clinical experience both in hospitals and in telehealth, including as Chief Medical Director of a major Hospital, where I led experimentation with telehealth as options for our patients who were unable or unwilling to come physically to the hospital during the height of the pandemic. It was an extremely invaluable experience on the practical challenges of delivering on telemedicine as I work with my team to now build this global telehealth platform.
We also have Lee Andrew, A seasoned software developer, Blockchain professional and ardent cryptocurrency trader.
And there is Das Douglas who is our Chief Marketing Officer. Das is a founder of several start-ups and successful business including a healthcare technology firm, international training consultancy firm and a housing development company in Houston, Texas.
Another important member of our team is Raj Baskar, our chief business development officer. Baskar has worked with very large companies across Asia-Pacific, Africa and Europe, Baskar will be in charge of enrolling users, practitioners and partners across our footprint, especially on our planned pilot rollouts in Africa and India.
In addition, we have Advisory team members who are working closely with us to guide several aspects of the development and rollout, including: team members are on our doxxed on our website and whitepapter.
Also team of advisors we have:
– James Oche– Advisor, Strategy & Blockchain Architect, who is advising StableDoc on strategic direction and the best way to integrate our apps with underlying blockchain protocols and artificial intelligence.
– Neji Tawo – Chief Advisor, Global Technology Solutions, providing key technology and software advisory to StableDoc in building our app and web platforms, ensuring seamless integration with the underlying blockchain solutions for the utilization of the StableDoc tokens for transactions on the StableDoc ecosystem and network.
– Vijay Keswani– Advisor, Solution Deployment, who is advising StableDoc on our planned global deployments.
– Nta Etuk– Advisor, Global Marketing, advising on StableDoc’s global rollout, including marketing, advertising, branding and public relations and ensuring that we reach our target audiences and key demographics.
– Tim Whittaker– Advisor, Data Science, Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning, advising StableDoc as we stand up our AI diagnostics capabilities with the planned use of structured and unstructured data curated from traditional and untraditional sources to derive powerful insights on diagnoses and disease patterns.
– Allen Moy- Chief of Global Regulatory Regimes, ensuring that we successfully navigate through national and global regulatory regimes on health care, data, privacy, securities, etc.
And last but definitely not the least is Ezra Uzosike – Advisor, Solutions Architect & Engineering, advising StableDoc on how best to structure our Master Patient Index (MPI) leveraging his vast experience in Big Data Analytics.
2. What are your great achievements till now and what are your plans in upcoming years?
Stabledoc: Great question! We have completed development of our smart contract, including the StableDoc tokens. We have completed our business requirements and visualizations for the telehealth app, and development work is about 50% done – way ahead of schedule. We have established our corporate presence in a couple jurisdictions, including in the United States, with India and Seychelles in the pipeline.
3. Could you please update some latest news or big events of Stabledoc to draw more attention from our community?
Stabledoc: Nice one! We are currently in the news on the launch of this solution – and we have a marketing plan to launch our apps and enhancements, all accompanied with big splash news. We will also be announcing major partnerships in rapid successions, and we will ensure that those announcements get top billing.
CF: The information you provided is really fruitful. To continue today’s AMA session, please provide more information by responding to some best questions submitted by members in Twitter that I have chosen right in this Group.
PART II: PRE-COLLECTED QUESTIONS FROM TWITTER
Q1. From @im_nasonn
How can you combine all the concepts of techonological revolution to apply them in the real world? Could you demonstrate how can Stabledoc use NFT in depiction of Health Data? Are there any barriers that Stabledoc need to overcome when approaching healthcare delivery?
Stabledoc: Combining cutting edge technologies and NFTs: Our telemedicine service will be powered by a combination of nifty apps and StableReality, a next generation, patent-pending telemed gadget with full hospital grade diagnostic tool kit and in-built video conferencing platform that will enable the doctor and other health care professionals connect with the patients and caregivers via video conferencing. Data from the gadget feeds into our AI diagnostics, and can be leveraged by physicians and clinicians, as well as form the core of the data in our Master Patient Index (MPI) that are depicted as Smart Contract-based Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) on our Blockchain. Payments will be made using StableDoc Tokens in the StableDoc ecosystem. So yes, we are combining a number of key technological breakthroughs seamlessly.
Overcoming barriers: Yes there a lot of barriers we have examined thoroughly and we are mitigating them. Key ones include infrastructure challenges, different regulatory regimes in different jurisdictions, funding and ability of some target audience to pay for top healthcare, and being able to breakthrough clearly in a competitive environment where incumbent healthcare companies are entrenched
Q2. From @KiyokoSumaru
A strong community not only brings interesting ideas to the project, but also attracts larger partners. So, how does Stabledoc plan to build its community? And is there a plan to recruit people with blockchain experience to the Stabledoc team?
Stabledoc: Yes, we already have many people with vast experiences in multiple Blockchain use cases on board either as core team members or close advisors. Among our advisors and partners are professionals adept at building enthusiastic communities. We have put together clusters of these communities, and we have plans to keep them engaged and involved and be part of the ownership and growth of this project for years to come.
Q3. From @SyminuL
One of the problem highlighted by you is Lack of access to healthcare by large populations, especially Africa and underserved communities in the developed world,i am from Nigeria and I am sure only some people don’t have access to Internet, how do you plan to reach out to these?
Stabledoc: By necessity, we are going to start with a target audience in the developing world and underserved communities in developed world that will have access to the Internet – and where this is not the case, these individuals will be able to go into our partner hospitals/clinics in order to engage with healthcare providers around the globe. We are working on these partnerships. As we mature the service, we have a concrete plan to engage with major global healthcare NGOs and donors to be able work out the best modalities to provide these services to those whose Internet access may be choppy.
Q4. From @Huyn35818182
Do you have any plan for a referral or ambassador program to approach a new community? What are the ways that generates income/revenue to maintain your project and sustain for its developement? How can you generate win-win benefits to both investor and the founding team?
O yes! Ambassador program: we are working on a StablePartner program that will actively recruit and work with ambassadors, distributors and other partners across the globe. We hope to announce the modalities of this partnership and ambassadorship program in a couple months (our internal deadline to finalize this arrangement is December 31, 2021).
Our core income stream initially will be paid services from uses of our telehealth platform. While we acknowledge the competition, we believe we have developed products and service lines that will be top notch and will be well received. We intend to compete aggressively in several niche areas of global healthcare, including medical tourism and full interactive medical services. A second key revenue stream that is part of our road map is partnering with clinical research companies to make full use of our platform to recruit research participants for use in two ways: helping them reach a wider audience with traditional research methods they currently use, but with added efficiency using our MPI NFTs. This earns money for both our platform and the patients.
Thirdly, It’s a Win-win for investors and StableDoc: We are making StableDoc Tokens the primary method of transactions on the platform. With a global platform like this, the value of the tokens will only grow over time. In fact, we designed our tokenomics (our white paper) to achieve astronomical returns for our early investors who have put their trust in our ability to deliver. And we will deliver on this project in a big way.
Q5. From @PiloT9804
Adoption is a challenge for any blockchain project, especially in this sensitive period of the entire market when many blockchain projects die because only a few are using their platform. What is “Stabledoc” team’s strategy and vision on this issue?
Stabledoc: This is absolutely good question and in hits it right on the head. In the often-misquoted line by Ray Kinsella, played by Kevin Costner, in the film “Field of Dreams”, Ray was supposed to have heard a strange whisper, “If you build it, he will come”. And so the existential question is: if we build it, will they come? The answer is – no, if we all did was just build an app and do nothing more, no matter how technologically superior our product is. But we intend to turn that answer to a decisive YES: IF WE BUILD IT, THEY WILL COME. We will do that with strong will and vision and hard work. It’s going to be huge! We plan a massive blitz of marketing campaigns in our pilot jurisdictions and target market – simultaneously with partners, service providers, end users and other stakeholders. We have a carefully laid out plan to reach out to service providers where we can most reach them. Our in-house marketing team and outside advisors are already laying the ground work for this massive effort. Investors will benefit!
For us at StableDoc, building the StableDoc app and platform is just one component – albeit a key component – but just one piece of our grand plan. Getting service providers and users to sign on within a quickly rapid clip of time is an even bigger piece of the effort, and we intend to accomplish this.
CF: That’s the end of Part 2, I believe all of the members here have gathered enough useful information, also they have many questions to exchange with you today.That’s the end of Part 2, I believe all of the members here have gathered enough useful information, also they have many questions to exchange with you today.
PART III: BEST LIVE QUESTIONS IN CRYPTOFAMILY GROUP
Q1. Your project has great features. There must be an experienced team behind. Can you tell some about your team and their experiences in the market?
Stabledoc: Absolutely we do have a great and experienced team behind this great features. Please see our website and white paper for details. We will repost the white paper here. As well as the intro. thanks.
Q2: Is your platform a global or is there any restriction to certain regions?
Stabledoc: No, we are global and there is no restrictions. However we will start with a pilot in a few geographical areas and roll out in phases. Because of logistical and regulatory hurdles we have to be thoughtful and methodological about how we roll out. But definitely it’s a global platformno, we are global and there is no restrictions. However we will start with a pilot in a few geographical areas and roll out in phases. Because of logistical and regulatory hurdles we have to be thoughtful and methodological about how we roll out. But definitely it’s a global platform.
Q3: STAKING is one of the STRATEGIES to ATTRACT USERS and HOLD Them and long term. Does your GREAT PROJECT have plan about to Staking?
Stabledoc: Indeed, we have a great staking plan laid out. We are allocating 55% of our presale for liquidity. We are launching liquidity staking and farming pools.
CF: Thank you so much for taking your time to join our AMA today, as well as thanks for hundreds of good questions from our community. Seems like there’re many things to exchange, but I’m afraid the time is up now. For all of the questions that have not been answered yet, guys feel free to search for more information on the links provided below: