Black Woman Entrepreneur Raises $7.2 Million Dollars in 3 Days on Kickstarter.

Patientory, the company based in Atlanta is behind an advanced healthcare app, and has raised $7.2 million in a very successful online crowdfunding campaign. 

The tech startup, founded by CEO and black entrepreneur, 27-year-old Chrissa McFarlane, enables the connecting of digital medical records without compromising privacy.

McFarlane says: “In order for the US to successfully move away from the fee-for-service model to the current value-based model, there has to be a healthcare IT infrastructure that allows organizations to link quality, value and effectiveness of medical interventions through a reputable compensation model.”
“Our proposal renders the ability for payors to transfer PTY tokens as incentives to providers that offer superior care that yield better patient care outcomes to be compensated proportionally to their effort in the resulting shared savings,” continued McFarlane.

Chrisa was able to raise that much funding in just about 3 days by launching a campaign on Kickstarter that drew 1,728 investors. She saw a real need for an application that would store private medical data in a secure area where it could not be hacked. Not only that, but the app can also store a patient’s entire health history and determine who can have access to it.

Chrissa explains that the app uses what is called blockchain technology where patient information is coordinated through a blockchain health information exchange. Patientory encrypts medical patient information in hospitals and insurance companies so that the data is distributed in an un-hackable environment.

Chrissa's new company offers a unique solution to connecting digital medical records without compromising privacy, which is one of the biggest issues in healthcare today. According to Huffington Post, Patientory is one of the leading exponents of blockchain in healthcare.

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