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AI and Blockchain influencing economic development and global healthcare 

New York City, New York Oct 2, 2018 (Issuewire.com)  - Blockchain technology seems to be changing global health delivery and the GIVE Health Blockchain may be poised to lead AI aspects of healthcare delivery globally. The announcing of the upcoming GIVE Health Blockchain ICO, gives an indication.

Last week, during the UN General Assembly the Harvard GIVE Fellowship with the United Nations handed the “Presidential Award for Economic and Sustainable Development in Healthcare Finance” to Prince Albert II of Monaco and the “Presidential Award for Economic and Sustainable Technology in Healthcare” to the President Tommy Remengesau Jr. of Palau. The Keynote Speaker of the Presidential Awards & Business Roundtable was the former Chief Technology Officer of IBM Mark Minevich. Read more..

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GIVE mHealth Innovator Honored
With The ‘Outstanding Leadership Award’ At The Health 2.0 Conference Las Vegas, 2022

June 13, 2022, Las Vegas, USA — At the Health 2.0 Conference, held at The Mirage, Las Vegas, on April 11–13, 2022, Reginald Mbawuike, Co-Founder & COO of Generating Innovation Ventures & Enterprises, Inc., was conferred the ‘Outstanding Leadership Award’ for his exceptional contributions to the healthcare industry.

Reginald Mbawuike is the Mobile Health Technology Fellow at Harvard’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences and was one of the first five directors of the International Economic Alliance — where he served for five years as Director of Strategic Partnerships. He is the Co-founder of Generating Innovation Ventures & Enterprises, (GIVE) Inc. . Read more,,,

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House of Lords Awards:
Interviews With AI and Tech Leaders Highlight Telehealth for Global Health
 

BOSTON – January 12, 2021 – (Newswire.com)

A telehealth app with AI for users to stay on top of their health was made globally available with over 10,000 subscriptions to the app before its release is timely with during the pandemic. Trends in younger patients showedthat even after COVID-19 is over, telehealth will be a new norm. Awarded the Telehealth Award at the House of Lords Euroknowledge Awards, the global release of this AI detailed telehealth app has sparked the investment market.

During the height of the global pandemic, the Euroknowledge Awards highlighted telehealth as a global need at the House of Lords in London. In Philanthropic Leadership Awards, telehealth, nestled between older brick and mortar hospital systems and a new global health forefront with telehealth accessible to all. Read more:

 

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Supporting diversity and innovation:
Meet the NIA Start-Up Challenge Winners

After a two-year examination by Harvard researchers, that included the Head of Applications as well as the Head of Technological Transformation of CVS, and the National Institutes of Health indicated considerable aspects of biases within healthcare processes, it identified $750 billion in inefficiency expenditure within that the GIVE mHealth solution can be applied to fill this discerned gap. The two-year study identified it as currently the best solution for implementation of non-biased artificial intelligence. Read more...

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Telehealth and Big Data can play a Major Role in Preventing Coronavirus Surges:
AI that alerts correlation of health and medical data for Patient and Doctors

BOSTON, MA, July 03, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ -- With the focus on telehealth apps being used for virtual doctor appointments, several telehealth apps have added artificial intelligence and the GIVE mHealth app may be poised to lead AI aspects of remote healthcare data globally. It aims to lead AI features of patient healthcare data empowering users to receive healthcare remotely with broader detailed medical data.

The GIVE mHealth telemedicine solution was built with a global health committee of medical doctors and clinicians from Harvard Medical School and Harvard School of Public Health and other tech and medical experts. Read more...

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