Australia is a member of the assorted collection of countries with aging populations and an extreme shortage of doctor’s and nurses.
Now that the bubble’s all but blown on cannabis courtesy of scandals and Canopy Growth (WEED.T), private funding is drying up and debt financing is where it’s at to raise funds. Most blockchain companies are still thawing out from the crypto-winter, and then there’s Vitalhub (VHI.V), which paid $2,396,520, the sum of its debentures and a 5% premium, almost a year and a half prior to their maturity date of December 7, 2020.
“I will love the day when nobody talks about blockchain and they just talk about the value creation,” stated IBM Blockchain GM Marie Wieck at the Brainstorm Finance conference in Montauk, N.Y. last week.
VitalHub (VHI.V) develops mission critical technological solutions for healthcare providers utilizing blockchain, mobile, patient flow, web-based assessment and electronic health record solutions.
Companies in the tech and cannabis markets, as they currently stand, are incentivized to churn out press releases so they can ride the resulting bump in SP. As both sectors come to terms with their respective bubbles, there are companies, like VitalHub (VHI.V), which are developing their value based on fundamentals, not just promises.
On April 08, 2019 VitalHub (VHI.V) announced that it has licensed its MCAP patient flow software solution to Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) in Qatar.
VitalHub (VHI.V) recently partnered with the Government of Yukon following the territory’s request for assistance in upgrading and streamlining its mental health and substance use medical records system.
Vitalhub (VHI.V) has come out strong in the first two weeks of 2019 showing a solid trajectory for the company’s direction in spite of a market which has shown its disinterest in blockchain.