Hey, be well! We help you
accomplish your health goals.
The health industry is slow to adopt new technology when it comes to logistics, administrative tasks, data management and interconnectivity between parties
Interacting with this system and efficiently addressing a health related issue is frustrating for users, specialists and suppliers alike, because of the inefficiency that governs all the interactions and transactions that take place within the well-being ecosystem.
Given the highly regulated nature of this field, any technology that facilitates the management and sharing of sensitive data, needs to ensure security and privacy.
This leads to a lack of interoperability between health service providers.
The transition to a digital-first ecosystem is both long overdue and necessary. We have identified a need for a technological solution that allows users, specialists, and suppliers to work together for a common goal in an intuitive, trust free and secure environment.
There are many factors involved in creating more sustainable health systems, but we believe two are the most critical: delivering value to consumers and developing a broader, more holistic, consumer-centred approach that focuses on wellness and prevention, and on continuous management of health.
PWC - New Health: A Vision for Sustainability
“One of the problems we’ve had in the digital medicine arena is the lack of integration. One company’s working on one part of a problem, another’s working on another part and they don’t come together.Whether it’s asthma, vital signs, depression monitoring, we’ve got a lot of siloed approaches and they clearly would be better when they’re unified. We don’t have that yet.
That’s where the field needs to go beyond the analytics and the AI.” - Scripps Translational Science Institute founder and Director Dr. Eric Topol
"When you look at the books about well-being, you see one word – happiness... Happiness is determined by factors like your health, your family relationships and friendships, and above all, by the feeling that you are in control of how you spend your time. When you analyse happiness, it turns out that the way you spend your time is extremely important" explains Daniel Kahneman, psychologist, behavioural economist and 2002 Nobel Laureate in economics.
"In industry community discussions within the context of the World Economic Forum, we frequently hear it said that 'trust' is increasingly missing in systemic collaboration – in contractual partnerships or even informal interaction, for instance. It's time to elevate our industry agenda to a much broader dimension that will open the discussion on predominantly technological and business case innovation to include the essential elements of trust, integrity and ethics as key enablers of public-private-civic cooperation."
"We can create space for the local sourcing of food, bring holistic and human-centric medicine closer to the hearth of our communities, strengthen social, environmental and economic resilience and enhance safety in our communities, protecting those without means, our elderly, our children. Let's build life-generating cities for the well-being of our next generations." - Michael Buehler, Head of Infrastructure & Urban Development, World Economic Forum
"Invention in its truest sense has always been the amplification of human intent. Our tools should always enable more of us to do things better, with less effort and to a greater effect. A hammer allowed us to build. A wheel allowed us to move. But today, as a society, when we judge wealth or the success of an organization or product, let us consider the whole meaning of the word wealth.
We create wealth not only by building companies that become more valuable, or technology which becomes more widely adopted, we build wealth by creating the tools which enable others to occupy a better state of well-being." - Marc Shillum, Chief Experience Officer, Matternet
The pursuit of well-being as a lifestyle has been gaining traction over recent years, as medical professionals and social scientists realise the importance of a holistic approach to healthcare.
We define well-being as a state of equilibrium achieved by maintaining a dynamic flow between a person’s challenges and resources.
7 dimensions of well-being have been identified, namely physical, emotional, intellectual, social, occupational, environmental and spiritual well-being.
Is the ability to maintain a healthy, fit body that allows us to get through our daily activities without fatigue or physical stress. In order to reach our optimal physical well-being, we must cultivate the discipline and motivation required to adopt healthy habits such exercising, going to routine check-ups, maintaining a balanced diet and a healthy sleeping pattern, while avoiding destructive habits, such as alcohol and drugs.
Hey, Be Well! is designed with a single purpose: to get you to accomplish your well-being goals with the help of Specialists and Suppliers.
As a User, you can choose you goal, stake HEY tokens and gain access Hey, Be Well!’s Goal-focused community, overview your goal progress and data, connect with specialists and suppliers and receive all the support and resources you need in order to accomplish your well-being goals.
Hey, Be Well! is a complex ecosystem that bases its microeconomy on the constant interaction between its three main key players: End User, Specialist and Supplier.
The native token of the Hey, Be Well! ecosystem is the HEY token. HEY will be issued on the public Ethereum blockchain, as an ERC20 standard token that is compatible with the existing infrastructure of the Ethereum blockchain and with most wallets.
As the Hey, Be Well! ecosystem grows and evolves, so does the token utility. Our gamified onboarding process will make sure that each Key Player within the Hey, Be Well! ecosystem can gain enough HEY, to allow them to take full advantage of the token-dependent functionalities.
The HEY Community Pool represents a strategic token supply, maintained at optimum levels by commissions charged for transactions within the platform, with the purpose of incentivizing desired behaviour of key players that contribute to the ecosystem in a positive way.
Examples of incentivized actions are: completing the onboarding process, recommending or reviewing specialists and suppliers, updating well-being records or verifying identity.
The HEY token is designed as a proxy for the value of in-platform transactions, such as services, data, influence, support, community engagement.
A well designed ecosystem, capable of supporting a healthy and efficient microeconomy, Hey, Be Well! empowers and incentivizes its key players to expand and maintain the platform. The platform is available to users that don’t hold any tokens.
We divide our users base into non token holders and token holders, and reserve certain features and privileges only for users that choose to migrate from our Community (no token holders) to our Community+ group (token holders).
Propose new features
Organize bug bounty campaigns
Propose new functionalities
Create and manage interest-centric groups
Become an influencer
Show support for initiatives: The level of support that an initiative receives from the community directly influences its chances of implementation.
Support implementation: Voting on who will implement approves initiatives and under what conditions.
Developers and suppliers that implement approved initiatives will be rewarded by the community.
The suppliers must meet predetermined criteria such as being the level of previous experience required from the dev team or a strict time frame.
Hey, Be Well! is building an ecosystem that could potentially serve hundreds of thousands, if not millions of well-being enthusiasts, all over the globe. We want to offer them the most secure and transparent space to interact, transfer value, store their data, manage it and share it.
Incorporating blockchain technology adds a transparent, trustless layer that can assure its key players of the trustworthy relationship with Hey, Be Well! and each other.
Blockchain is using cryptography and it has two main purposes: securing the identity of the user’s transactions and ensuring that the past records cannot be tampered with, using this technology is a means of protecting the identity of the users and making sure that the transactions are done safely.
A visual representation of how the Hey, Be Well project has evolved over time and our future development plans.