Telemedicine is the remote delivery of health care services and clinical information using telecommunications technology. “The rise of the internet age brought with it profound changes for the practice of telemedicine. The proliferation of smart devices, capable of high-quality video transmission, opened up the possibility of delivering remote healthcare to patients in their homes, workplaces or assisted living facilities as an alternative to in-person visits for both primary and specialty care.”*
We believe there is an opportunity to develop telemedicine solutions for both the Human and Vet Healthcare market that:
- Creates a low threshold entry point and remote access to healthcare services through telecommunications technology
Improves patient engagement, care quality and coordination
Maintains a HIPPA compliant platform that meets the high standards of encryption and security
Allows seamless integration with Health Systems Electronic Medical Record (EMR’s) and Practice Management Systems (PM’s)
Offers a platform that can be implemented in both human and veterinarian telemedicine market place
Provides an opportunity to increase revenue for medical providers and veterinarians
Design all products and services for low-cost, easy adoption into both Human and Veterinary Markets
Focuses highest priority to veterinary, rural and underserved human, and emerging markets
Telemedicine can help Pets, and their Vets, improve healthcare
According to Veterinary business specialist Ed Blach, DVM, MBA:*:
- 40 percent of veterinarians do not answer client questions by phone. They instead ask clients to come in to the clinic.
70 percent of veterinarians believe that technologies can strengthen the veterinarian-client relationship.
85 percent of pet owners find that the connection to a veterinarian via telehealth is appealing.
When implemented properly, telemedicine can benefit pets, animal owners and veterinarians alike by:
Increases rate of in-person office visit follow-ups and preventative care
Easily monitor in-home progress of physical therapy, post surgical and hospice routines
Improves patient engagement and continuity of care
Unlike the Human telehealth industry, today there are few companies that provide telehealth solutions that meet the Vet-Client relationship serving an estimated 65,000 Veterinarians in the US.
- TNTY Security Details
Incorporated In: DE, USA (“C” Corporation) Ticker Symbol: TNTY OTC Marketplace: OTCQB Reporting Status: US Reporting: SEC Reporting Audited Financials YES Fiscal Year End 12/31 CIK 0000802257 3 Market Cap: 2,130,567 as of 06/24/2018
Authorized Shares: 500,000,000 as of 06/24/2018 Outstanding Shares: 24,210,997 as of 06/24/2018 Shares available to issue: 475,789,003 as of 06/24/2018 Certified Shares: 14,646,676 as of 06/24/2018 Book Shares: 9,563,321 shares as of 06/24/2018
Untapped Value of Telemedicine in Vet Market
According to Veterinary business specialist Ed Blach, DVM, MBA:*: • 40 percent of veterinarians do not answer client questions by phone. They instead ask clients to come in to the clinic. • 70 percent of veterinarians believe that technologies can strengthen the veterinarian-client relationship. • 85 percent of pet owners find that the connection to a veterinarian via telehealth is appealing. When implemented properly, telemedicine can benefit pets, animal owners and veterinarians alike by: • Increases rate of in-person office visit follow-ups and preventative care • Easily monitor in-home progress of physical therapy, post surgical and hospice routines • Improves patient engagement and continuity of care Unlike the Human telehealth industry, today there are few companies that provide telehealth solutions that meet the Vet-Client relationship serving an estimated 65,000 Veterinarians in the US. • The market leaders in Vet Telemedicine are Vets on Demand, Petzam, Televet, ActivePets, WhiskerDocs. Market leaders in Pet tracking and wearables are PetPace, Voyce, WonderWoof, Garmin, Fitbark, Whistle, FelCana.
Veterinary - Telemedicine Strategy
TNTY recognizes growing the needs and interest of providing telemedicine solutions for Vets and Clients that: • Promote access, and affordability, that include trust and safety • Provide real-time information for providers that enable efficient care coordination Our strategy is to: • Avoid the risk of being a pioneer by developing Telehealth solutions for the Veterinarian market. • Acquire companies in the Vet smart collar segment that enable the pet owner to monitor the pets health, welfare and location of their pets and promote them through our strategic distribution partnerships
What Is Blockchain - How Does it Work? •
“A blockchain is a digitized and decentralized public ledger of records within a financial ecosystem. It’s original commercial use was to codify transactions among buyers and sellers of bitcoin, but it has expanded to include asset ownership record keeping from real estate to music rights. Think of a “block” as a collection of data points linked together in such a way that, once created, is timestamped and irreversible. Each successive block of data points creates a “chain,” so manipulating the data within a single block becomes practically impossible based on where it sits inside the chain.”* • Blockchain technology is healthcare because patient information is shared across multiple providers with absolutely no risk of security or privacy breaches. The technology allows for documenting the transactions in decentralized ledgers, bringing in transparency and saving on other crucial resources like time and cost. • Utilization of this technology in this manner will engage millions of individuals, health care entities, medical researchers, health care provides to share vast amounts of data released to every aspect of life with guaranteed privacy protection and security. This event could lead to precision medicine and advancement of medical research to pave the way for improved health and timely prevention of diseases. *WealtheM
Potential Proprietary Add-on: Blockchain for Rx Blockchains & TNTY
• TNTY has already applied for the trade mark “Blockchain RX”; • TNTY will deploy Blockchain solutions as a service bureau, providing services such as: o Create required Government reporting for drug purchase and dispensing o Preparing for future Government data compliance requirements o Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCA) compliance o Enhanced HIPPA compliance o Enhanced patient services & privacy o Provider payment ratios tracking o Build Trust with all stake holders from manufacturing to patients • All aimed at the (6) Healthcare segments plus customize applications by contract.
Executive Management Team
Jay Morton: President and Interim Chief Executive Officer Jay Morton, age 51, was the founder of Local Pet Rx in 2014, where he developed a pet compounding e-prescribing application that was used by pharmacies and veterinary clinics to process pet prescriptions online. In addition to starting multiple healthcare companies he also served as a HIT Business Segment Manager for McKesson, CEO of ScanMD and Vice President of Endoscopy Sales at Dessert Medical Services, Inc., an affiliate of Fuji Films. Mr. Morton was awarded a Bachelor’s Degree from Florida State University in 1990 and completed an MBA program at University of Phoenix in 2009. Louis Deluca: Chief Operations
Officer Louis Deluca, age 59, formerly served as VP of Operations for Mondetta US, Inc., an online apparel designer and retailer, where he built all operations for the U.S. based division, he served as the COO of The Ivory Company, a multichannel home décor retailer where he built all operations, he Founded and sold Marietta Sign Company, he served The Home Depot for 25 years in many capacities helping them grow from 4 stores to over 2200, leaving as the
Director of Inventory Planning and Sourcing.
Dr. Jordan Balencic, D.O.: Chairman and Chief Financial Officer Dr. Jordan Balencic, D.O., age 31, is a physician of Internal Medicine and serial entrepreneur, and currently serves the U.S Department of Veterans Affairs as a Primary Care Physician. He has founded businesses in the marketing, telehealth and healthcare product development areas. He has extensive consulting and healthcare advisory experience. He completed his IM Residency training at PSU, obtained his Medical Doctoral degree at LECOM, and earned his B.S. in Biology from Gannon University.
James Czirr: Director James Czirr, age 62, sits on the Board of Galectin Therapeutics Inc(NASDAQ:GALT), which he co-founded and served as both Chairman of the Board, and Executive Chairman. He co-founded 10X Fund, L.P. and is a managing member of 10X Capital Management LLC, the general partner of 10X Fund, L.P. He was instrumental in the early stage development of Safe Science Inc., a developer of anti-cancer drugs; served as CEO of Minerva Biotechnologies Corporation, a developer of nano-particle bio chips; and was a consultant to Metalline Mining Company Inc., now Silver Bull Resources, Inc., (AMEX: SVBL).
Advisory Board of Professionals Phillip Giordano?, age 57, is the owner of a compounding pharmacy in Boca Raton, Florida? which specializes in both veterinary medicine as well as specialized human medications. He is a licensed pharmacist?,? and has advised the Company since the formation of Newco4pharmacy, LLC, which was acquired by the Company in 2015. Previously as director of Pharmacy Services in Pompano Beach, Florida, he was responsible for sales and distribution of all internet related prescription sales in 16 states as well as internationally
Corporate Contact Information
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