Open Health Network is a company that uses artificial intelligence and big data to operate a blockchain patient experience management platform. The company was founded by Maksim Tsvetovat, and Tatyana Kanzaveli in 2013, in San Francisco.
Open Health Network uses a blockchain with smart contracts to help customers manage and monetize their personal health information. The company provides a management system that is powered by artificially intelligent chat-bots, mobile and voice apps, all of which operate on any smart devices and in multiple different languages. The blockchain that the platform works on uses predictive algorithms on its front-end, and a big data interactive data dashboard on the back-end.
The company has partnerships with companies including McGill, Bonnie Addario Lung Cancer Foundation, Rare Cancer Research Foundation, ICF, American Heart Association, Cornell University, Harvard University, the US Department of Health and Human Services, and many other similar entities.