In the Media
MALTA BLOCKCHAIN & AI SUMMIT – November 2019
This 2 day summit offered a deep exploration of what’s ‘here today and coming tomorrow’, in the rapidly emerging world of blockchain and AI. ReMeLife was presented as part of the Continuous Security Offering (aka the DAT) presentations, by Fairmint and NetSocLab, and the ReMeLife DAT is soon to be one of the first to be launched in this early configuration of the emergence of Decentralised Finance (DeFi), a funding mechanism well suited to healthcare startups.
ReMeLife: Tokenising the Care Journey
Simon Hooper, presenting at the Malta Blockchain Summit.
David Orban, NetSocLab: The DAT (aka CSO)
The DAT, a new fund raising method for startups
Fairmint: The DAT (aka Continuous Security Offering)
An overview of the soon to be launched new DeFi funding mechanism, The DAT, as presented by the founder Joris Delanoue
A new VC Model: The DAT (aka Continuous Security Offering)
The panel review the opportunities and obstacles for this new funding method that’s soon to be launched.
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Forbes discuss ReMeLife’s use of the DAT and its merits
The Forbes article provides an excellent overview of the DAT and its potential impact on funding, and view how it may assist healthcare funding, in the manner being used by ReMeLife.
ReMeLife to launch DAT on stage at Malta Blockchain Summit
Simon Hooper confirmed to speak in the Healthcare section of the summit, on the power of tokenising the care journey and the role of the Decentralised Autonomous Trust in launching ReMeLife globally.
Sharp announce partnership with ReMe
Sharp’s state of the art Interactive touch screen brings a new dimension to digital engagement in care facilities. With ReMe’s activities, therapies and ability to capture data vital to the person centred care delivery process, entegrated into the hardware, the MeetUP becomes the next generation in digital activity based care.
Forbes view on person centred care, ReMeLife and the DAT
Forbes looks at today’s key issues in health care; those that relate to person centred care, time scarcity, job satisfaction and consultation constraints, and explores how ReMeLife is using a digitally based person centric approach to address them – by deploying blockchain and tokenisation to incentivise the care process.
ReMeLife to launch consumer app, Alexa care skills and Membership Token at Giant Health event
Each year we’ve held a conference at Giant; two years ago it was Voice in healthcare, last year the potential of blockchain – and this year it’s ‘Personalising the Care Journey‘. A great event, full of next generation innovation and for ReMeLife and its affiliates, associates and partners, it’s a chance to present what’s coming on the consumer care front.
For discounted tickets use the ReMeLIfe code here
ReMeLife at BlockchainLive in London
NR4 media interview about the impending ReMeLife DAT launch at Malta and discussions with fellow blockchain healthcare focused business that will be ReMeLife’s probable partners.
ReMe integrates with Genie, the social care robot
ReMe delivers digital activities and collates a broad personal data set about the life and likes of the person being cared for (ELR). This data can power care planning software, hardware and data strategies. Now its powering Genie.
Genie is an engaging social care robot that offers an array of care services. And importantly, courtesy of ReMe’s ELR Inside and the activities that ReMe provides, Genie can really know the person and so the user can more easily establish a loyal relationship with the user, to ensure response to key care practices, such as medication and hydration reminders.
Genie, with ReMe Inside, will launch in 2020
ReMe, with ReMeLife.com, becomes the first GP social prescribable dementia app
ReMeLife’s companion app ReMe, has gained NHS Digital and EMIS approvals and is now prescribable by doctors in the UK to support their elderly patients and those with dementia.
ReMe aims to assist reduce loneliness and isolation, achieve digital inclusion and family and care circle engagement, whilst also reducing agitation through better knowing the person, making it one of the first NHS G Cloud approved Digi therapeutics.
Ex KPMG Blockchain Lead appointed to head up ReMeLife blockchain project
Anton Christoff, founder of the KPMG UK Blockchain Centre of Excellence and responsible for the development and coordination of the UK firm’s blockchain strategy and client’s propositions, will lead the development of ReMeLife’sblockchain and tokenisation strategy.
With his hnds-on experience in a variety of leading roles within the end-to-end consulting and advisory life-cycles in both Business and Digital transformation initiatives within major global organisations, Anton will steer ReMeLife through its design, developement and deployment.
ReMeLife to launch Decentralised Autonomous Trust at Malta Blockchain Summit
ReMeLife confirms their attendance at the Malta Blockchain Conference in November, at which Network Society Lab will present ReMeLife, as one of their first three DAT’s, to the blockchain investor community.
This video, filmed in Malta earlier in the year, presents the framework which ReMeLife will be part of, and the ethos behind Singularity.net project. Again, we think it was the hat that did it for us (to see why watch 8:12 in the video).
Network Society Media is the promotional arm that will be supporting ReMeLife as it scales globally. To learn more about NSL, CogX, Singularity.net please view channel here.
ReMeLife partner with NetSocLab
Post meeting David Orban and Ben Goetzel at TransVision 2019: Humanity+, with David Wood, we started to work on bringing ReMeLife to align with the Singularity.net proposition for a decentralised blockchain based AI infrastructure, that enables businesses to not only transact autonomously but also achieve funding through a new funding methodology, that of FAIRs traded through a DAT, a Decentralised Autonomous Trust, as being pioneered by NetSocLab
I think it was the hat that sealed the deal …
ReMeLife and Blockchain
Interviewed by Jessica DaMassa of WTF health (US), Simon Hooper, explains ReMeLife’s emerging strategy regarding blockchain in healthcare, and the potential that exists to mobile consumers to better manage their healthcare, their data and their engagement with family and community using the incentivisation and rewards based tokenisation strategies that are available through the use of blockchain. Done in the heady but short lived era of the ico. A precursor of better things to come!
Disrupt: Health Innovators
Disrupt, a monthly presention focused on those developing progressive solutions in the care sector and hosted by Barry Shrier.
With Guests: Simon Hooper | Co-founder | RemindMeCare Aubrey de Grey | Chief Science Officer | SENS Research Foundation | VP New Technology Discovery at AgeX Therapeutics. Clare Delmar | Marketing and Brand Director | Nuada Group Ltd Chris Pointon | Co-founder and CTO | Racefully
The ReMeLife Blockchain 1-Day Conference
We wanted to get to know the UK Blockchain space, and especially those building solutions in healthcare. So what better way to do this than to hold a one day conference at Londons leading healthcare innovation event. So we organised and hosted one of the UK’s leading Blockchain events in 2018, ‘Blockchain in Healthcare;who’s in and what’s next?, held at the Giant Healthcare event in London. Industry leaders, from IBM to AWS, the Digital Catapult and UCL were present, as well as healthcare blockchain developers, such as Dcent, Gospel and Dovetail. Presenting their existing or in development blockchain based solutions were medicalchain, Pharmeum, AHA, DigiPharm, Farmatrust and others, with expert opinion provided by Navin Ramachandran of UCL/NHS, Deloitte and Osbourne Clark.
The result was extremely informative and vibrant. And for us it was a very, very decisive day. There was no going back, we were hooked!
You can view the speaker list here, and videos and decks from the presenters are available upon request.
Live Interview with SImon Hooper at Health Innovation Event
Simon Hooper presents RemindMecare (aka ReMe) that has now been launched into the consumer sector. Simon explains how ReMe is usable by those cared for, families and care businesses from diagnosis to end of life and presents the team plans for deploying blockchain to achieve consumer trust and enhanced personal data management.
Global 21 interview – Social care and technology
Interviewed by Francis Seeley of GlobalNet21, as part of their Society & The Digital Age series, Simon Hooper presents RemindMecare (aka ReMe) and discusses its reasons for launch into the consumer sector. Simon explains how ReMe is usable by those cared for, families and care businesses from diagnosis to end of life and presents the team plans for deploying blockchain to achieve consumer trust and enhanced personal data management.
Kingston Hospital & RemindMecare
Staff on Derwent Ward at Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust are revolutionizing care for their patients with dementia by using a new unique piece of software to help understand their needs, likes and dislikes ….read on
An interview with the Founders
We’ve been working on ReMe and ReMeLife for longer than we care to admit. But it has given us a mission and a chance to meet a new world of incredible people. We’re here to stay!
A new care pathway: ReMeLife coming soon
On stage, Simon presents the soon to be launched ReMeLife. At the heart of ReMeLife and RemindMecare is the simple proposition that person centred care should be the starting point for care. And that technology can enable enhanced person centred care to significantly impact on the care journey, from diagnosis to end of life
TechInvest: the Mayors event
Sadiq kahn held TechInvest to bring together London’s leading innovators, to promote investment, collaboration and international partnering. ReMeLife, launched its new principles of tokenised care incentivisation to a receptive audience.
On the Radio, Breakfast Show
We’ve done so many conferences, radio shows and interviews that we’ve lost count with the aim of getting the message out there – that care needs to be more person centric. Of course treatment needs to be about diagnosis, medication and surgery – but if you do not know anything about the person along the way, then so many opportunities are lost; to support the person cared for, their families and carers and even to bring benefit to the care businesses. ‘Clearly there’s interest in dementia, in eldercare – now it’s just a matter of whether it’s possioble to raise the investment required to bring today’s tech, of voice, blockchain and AI to bear on a sector that’s just not fashionable’.
RemindMecare launch at IdeaLondon
After two years hosted by University College London and Cisco at IdeaLondon, it was time to launch RemindMecare. A small affair, but with some leading lights in the care industry as speakers, it marked the beginning of the next phase of the evolution of the ReMe project.
What the Carers said
We spent a lot of time with people with dementia and with carers, as well as with their managers. We thought they should have their say.
RemindMecare launch video
This is the video that we made at IdeaLondon to launch RemindMecare – little did we know the changes, the pivots that were coming!
Vince Cable presents RemindMecare at the House of Commons
Our initial funding was raised from industry investors and those that had experience of dementia. One of our leading investors, Sir Vince Cable, the ex Leader of the Liberal Democrats and Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills from 2010 to 2015, opens our round at an event we held in the House of Commons.
Mavis – who showed us the way
We did our early work at the HomeLink Day care centre in Whitton, Richmond. And Mavis was the star. With advanced dementia, she would often not recall what we had trialed and recorded an hour before, but we will never forget her wit and wisdom.