Anticipating healthcare costs isn’t always easy, especially when you’re abroad and you’re dealing with large sums. This is one of the problems that Moneytrack solves by allowing health insurers to make an exemption from advances thanks to the increased digitization of relationship management with their insured, with in particular an payment tool, a platform for managing payment rights and commitments with healthcare professionals combined with a tool for fighting fraud, or a connector to the ecosystem that manages the various market standards (IDB/CLC, Visiodroits , DRE etc…)
“Our job is to direct the transactions, to check that the money is used in the right universe and under the right contractual conditions”explains Christophe Doré, the founder of Moneytrack. “Our business is primarily focused on health insurance. Our solution allows you to waive upfront expenses. » MoneyTrack also applies to the management of consumer credit and public contributions allocated.
A technical feature, Moneytrack uses Blockchain technology to especially manage the interactions between the different players. Thus direct money programs are materialized from contracts on a private MoneyTrack© Tezos blockchain, a solution that unites confidentiality of transactions and speed of their confirmation. irrevocability of the history of operations is ensured by a I commit (commitment) on Tezos public blockchain through deferred transaction escrow.
To accelerate its development in Europe, MoneyTrack raises 2 million euros. This round table was held with its historical shareholders (Truffle Capital and ALM Innovation, the CVC of AG2R La Mondiale), and the investment fund ACCURAFY4. In total, the startup has grown close to 7.5 million euros since its launch in 2018.
The startup is now aiming to accelerate in Europe. “We have recently opened up to the French expat market abroad”continues Christophe Doré. MoneyTrack has been operating in Spain and Portugal for Swisslife policyholders since last year and plans to expand into Italy, Germany, Benelux and the UK.
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