Cyrus Maaghul is a lifelong entrepreneur currently exploring how blockchain, smart contract, and decentralized autonomous organization technology and constructs can be applied to solving healthcare industry problems. He is the founder of HealthCombix, a healthcare blockchain based population health platform and PointNurse, a Nurse Practitioner led telehealth collaborative.

Can Behavioral Economics and Smart Contract Networks Help Mitigate the Global Population Health Crisis?

This is the first of a three part series addressing population health problems around the globe and some thoughts on how behavioral economics combined with blockchain technology can help solve some of these problems at scale. It is no secret nations around the globe are experiencing rapid growth in their aging and low-income populations and the corresponding

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How a Decentralized Autonomous Nursing Organization and Smart Contracts will disrupt $12 Billion Nursing Staffing Industry

Salary-tracking website states that the national average salary for nursing recruiters in the US is $85,000 a year.  Nice job!  Placement fees (per nurse professional i.e. registered nurse) range from $3,000 to $20,000, depending on the type of position being filled. Wow! For doing what, exactly?  Spamming or cold calling nurses? Surfing LinkedIn? Emailing

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Why Out-of-Hospital Blockchains Matter

I bought my first bitcoin in May 2013 while on a vegan retreat in Asheville, North Carolina. Going through the purchase process reminded me of when I first downloaded Mosaic and surfed the net. I thought to myself, “this is going to be a game changer”. It was. Bitcoin and blockchain technology will be game

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