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Reinvent Healthcare

Connecting Licensed Medical Professionals and Facilities to Automate Credentialing, Continuing Education, and Communication

Practice Interactive, Inc.
DBA Intiva Health
506(c) Offering Platform

INTRODUCTION TO OUR COMPANY

Intiva Health is reinventing healthcare with a disruptive, all-in-one, integrated technology ecosystem and marketplace for medical professionals and administrators.

Built on Hashgraph Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT)—the trust layer of the internet—Intiva Health has created the world’s first blockchain-based medical credential verification and sharing solution.

Being used by facilities and medical professionals across the U.S., the Intiva Health Platform eliminates inefficient processes and delivers significant and measurable time and cost savings to the healthcare industry. And with exclusive partnerships with many major organizations including the American Heart Association, American Stroke Association, and the National Osteoporosis Foundation, Intiva is creating a marketplace momentum that is undeniable.

We invite potential accredited investors to carefully review the Private Placement Memorandum and encourage potential investors to contact us for more information about this investment opportunity at (830) 358-0138.

Highlights of this offering include:

  • A proprietary platform that automates the management and credential verification process for licensed medical professionals;
  • A platform that leverages the efficiencies, transparency, and security of blockchain;
  • An established network and ecosystem of key partners, facilities, a critical mass of physicians, and trusted organizations such as the American Heart Association and many more;
  • A large, under-penetrated market opportunity;
  • Strong organic growth with diverse revenue streams;
  • First-mover advantage;
  • An experienced senior management team with 190 years of combined medical experience;
  • High levels of recurring revenue.
History in the Making

Healthcare, big data, and capital markets are undergoing a monumental shift since the introduction and swift adoption of Blockchain and Cryptocurrency technologies. These technologies are completely reinventing the way all data systems communicate, share and verify information.

Intiva Health is at the vanguard of the confluence of these events with a disruptive software platform and ecosystem that brings immediate and future value to the healthcare industry segment.

The name INTIVA is derived from the main classifications of digital data which are all integrated within the Intiva Platform.

Born out of a professional practice management organization, the Intiva Health Platform was developed in direct response to the needs of healthcare administrators who manage licensed medical professionals within various facilities. Inefficiencies in credential management and workflows requiring HIPAA compliant communications were leading to unacceptable risks and administrative costs. The Intiva Health Platform was developed and refined through numerous iterations with the addition of features and functionality that address the specific needs of the administrator and medical professional.

Intiva at-a-Glance

"Adoption of blockchain technology could save the healthcare industry up to $150 billion/year in breach, IT, operations, personnel costs, and more by 2025."

https://www.prnewswire.com | Global Blockchain in Healthcare Market to Reach $5.61 Billion by 2025, Reports BIS Research, Bis Research April 19, 2018

Practice Interactive, Inc.
DBA Intiva Health
506(c) Offering Platform

summary of operations

Healthcare Expenditure is projected to grow from $3.3 Trillion in 2016 to $5.7 Trillion by 2026.

Healthcare is the Largest Sector of the U.S. Economy

At 17% of GDP, the U.S. Healthcare market represents one of the largest portions of the nation’s overall economy. Within these massive expenditures, a significant amount of funds were directed towards administration, compliance and information technology spending. To ensure regulatory compliance, the average-sized community hospital will spend almost $7.6 Million each year on administrative tasks. In addition to administrative spending, hospitals and health systems reported spending nearly $3.7 Billion on additional health IT investments to support regulatory compliance. Finally, these same organizations reported spending almost $39 Billion annually on administrative tasks related to complying with regulations.

Massive Amounts of Waste and Inefficiencies in U.S. Healthcare

Within facilities and medical groups, the process of verifying Doctors and Nurses and “granting of privileges” (or the permission to see patients and bill for that care) can take weeks and often many months to complete. The current manual process creates significant delays between requests for and verification/approval of credentials and privileges. Time is wasted, revenue is lost, productivity is interrupted, and the quality of patient care suffers.

Intiva directly impacts these cost centers by eliminating inefficiencies

The implications of this waste, inefficiency, and cost can be seen directly in studies that have been conducted by healthcare advocacy groups including one that showed, based on the average revenue produced by physicians, it costs facilities $390,172 per doctor in lost revenue while they wait for the verification process and possibly even delay life-saving procedures. source: hcanews.com

A study by The New England Healthcare Institute specifically identified over $679 Billion in waste citing these among other root causes:

  • Lack of compliance with clinical guidelines, raising issues of potential shortcomings in physician decision making;
  • Variation in the intensity of clinical care, suggesting a lack of evidence-based decisions;
  • Limited adoption of information technology in areas such as decision support and care coordination;
  • source: recycleintelligence.com

These causes are systemic, administrative, and communicative by nature, and can all be measurably improved and directly addressed by the Intiva Health Platform.

Intiva Health is Reinventing Healthcare

The Intiva Health Platform completely reinvents the credentialing process by leveraging decentralized technology. The platform coordinates data between permissioned stakeholders (hospitals, clinics, medical groups, etc.), and creates a verified and continuous single repository of credential information for an authenticated licensed medical professional. This capability directly and immediately addresses healthcare infrastructure inefficiencies and security vulnerabilities while simultaneously satisfying regulatory requirements.

The Intiva Health Platform not only automates information sharing and verification throughout the entire healthcare system, but it also provides an ecosystem and a business model that is financially beneficial and encourages the sharing of information between separately owned organizations.

The Intiva Solution

The Intiva Health Platform is the first integrative career platform allowing licensed medical professionals to manage every aspect of their career. The features listed below specifically address the day-to-day needs of administrators and medical professionals including credential verification and sharing, licensure management, continuing education coursework, insurance products, HIPAA compliant communication, job opportunities, and a medical marketplace to purchase curated goods and services. The Intiva Health Platform is also the first publicly available Hashgraph-based platform to incorporate a tokenized economy using its own cryptocurrency, TIVA™.

ReadyDoc

ReadyDoc™ – Ready Doc™ utilizes the most secure technology in the market for medical professionals to securely store, manage, and share their documents and medical credentials from one place. Ready Doc eliminates paperwork and automates the critical task of staying compliant by alerting medical professionals about expiring credentials. Medical professionals can share their updated credentials with trusted administrators to create a collaborative network of compliance. Healthcare facility admins can manage medical professional’s credentials and documents within their organization from an administrative dashboard.

Intiva Careers

Intiva Careers™ – Intiva Careers offers a unique and disruptive career matching solution for healthcare professionals. Medical professionals can upload their resume and easily apply for opportunities. The Careers feature supports an anonymous application process with filters that search by geolocation, board certification, and desired salary. Medical professionals can search thousands of clinical positions across the U.S., including locum tenens. Careers for healthcare facilities enables administrators to post jobs and find qualified candidates through CV Search, and track applicants through the placement process.

Continuing Education

Continuing Medical Education Courses – TThe Intiva Health Platform's learning management system offers hundreds of courses with automated certification document generation and attachment to the licensed medical professional’s Ready Doc Safe. Intiva Health partners with industry-leading providers of continuing medical education including the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education and their state required, board preparation, and Maintenance of Certification courses.

Intiva Connect

Intiva Connect – Intiva Connect brings HIPAA-compliant messaging, emailing, and document sharing to medical professionals. Connect enables licensed providers to share patient records, submit lab orders, and communicate with other medical professionals on the Platform. Connect integrates with EHRs and lab applications across the U.S., making it a complete interoperability solution.

Marketplace

Intiva Marketplace – The Intiva Marketplace, driven by the TIVA token, offers platform users a convenient method of purchasing vetted and relevant healthcare products and services such as medical malpractice insurance, continuing education, financial services, cyber risk insurance, medical devices, and more.

iGO HD

iGO HD™ – Intiva iGO HD™ offers on-demand streamed CME courses and webinars, training, product, news, and promotional material.

iGO HD

TIVA™ – TIVA is the Intiva Health Platform’s exclusive ERC-20 cryptocurrency. Minted in July 2018, TIVA is the currency used to facilitate frictionless transactions and incentivizes user information exchange and engagement within the Intiva Marketplace.

The Intiva Health Model

Intiva Health holds agreements with several key healthcare industry partners to bring critical tools and resources to LMPs across the U.S. These partners, among others, include professional liability companies such as Arthur J. Gallagher (AJG), Cooperative of American Physicians (CAP), and continuing education content providers such as Advancing Knowledge in Healthcare (AKH), Perinatal Resources (PRI), the National Osteoporosis Foundation (NOF), and the American Heart Association (AHA).

Other key partners include organizations in pharmaceutical, associations, medical societies, hospitals, healthcare groups, medical device, financial services, continuing education, and professional liability companies.

Intiva Health’s partners can leverage the platform to interact with LMPs through the following monetization avenues:

Marketplace & Sponsor Model

The Intiva Health Platform was developed to focus on volume, velocity, and veracity of healthcare user data by capturing 4.5-5 times more unique data points than competing solutions. Through the platform’s wealth of data points and services, Intiva has access to 15 monetization avenues.

Sponsored Alerts

Key partners have access to a rotation of alerts that notify the medical professional of document expirations. There are expiration events in a given year that create a robust inventory of sponsorship opportunities for key partners. For example, a professional liability partner will have multiple opportunities to sponsor alerts sent to an LMP regarding insurance-related documents that are due to expire, such as medical malpractice, property and casualty, cyber risk, and life insurance.

Referrals

At the expressed consent of any platform user, Intiva Health can provide their contact details as a qualified lead to key partners. For example, a licensed medical professional can express that he or she is interested in employment opportunities from facility administrators, which then automatically initiates the transfer of pertinent metadata for the administrator to connect with the medical professional.

Grants

As a distributor of accredited continuing education content, Intiva Health is eligible to receive a portion of the grant allocated for distribution of online content by accredited continuing education content providers.

Sales

Intiva Health collects up to fifty percent (50%) of fees on all products and services sold through the Intiva Health Marketplace. For example, professional liability companies and brokers are willing to pay a percentage fee for the amount of insurance written and sold. Curated from a variety of sources, the offerings include products and services from providers like these: Medical Malpractice and other insurance offerings, Pharmaceutical, Durable Medical Devices, Professional Education, Financial Services, Medical Association and Societies, Staffing Agencies and Recruiters, Labs and Testing facilities, Universities and Medical Schools.

User Professional Data

Intiva Health can market in traditional ways, but also has the ability to pinpoint what medical professionals need at specific times. This level of specificity allows for the following advantages:

  • Verified access to qualified leads that coincide with the time of need (within 120 days)
  • Verified access to qualified leads that coincide with the event of need (i.e., a malpractice document set to expire).
  • Alerts and referrals that are requested by the LMP in advance (opt-in).

The lifetime value of each deal may be in the hundreds of thousands of dollars, which emphasizes the importance of Intiva’s proximity to the User’s professional data and efficiency in reaching the User at the exact right time.

Additional Monetization Opportunities

The lifetime value of each deal may be in the hundreds of thousands of dollars, which emphasizes the importance of Intiva Health’s proximity to the User’s professional data and efficiency in reaching the User at the exact right time.

TIVA Cryptocurrency Token

In July 2018, Intiva Health minted a fixed amount of one Billion ERC-20 Cryptocurrency tokens called TIVA. TIVA is the first cryptocurrency token to serve the healthcare industry sector, and the Intiva marketplace is the first publicly available Hashgraph-based platform to incorporate a tokenized economy for purchasing healthcare products and services.

Let’s Reinvent Healthcare Together

Intiva Health is uniquely positioned to become the first publicly listed United States-based company on a U.S. stock exchange, that also has a token listed on a cryptocurrency exchange.

We’re reinventing healthcare. Join us, and invest in a better future.

We invite potential accredited investors to carefully review the Private Placement Memorandum and encourage potential investors to contact us for more information about this investment opportunity at (830) 358-0138.

Intiva meets the doctors where they are and adds value through the Company’s no cost service to make the professional administration of their career easier, faster, and less costly.

Practice Interactive, Inc.
DBA Intiva Health
506(c) Offering Platform

Company Management Team

The Company is currently managed by seasoned business and sector professionals dedicated to the success of the Company and efficient execution of its planned operations.

Alexander Candelario

Alexander Candelario

President and Director

Alexander Candelario is a retired Marine Officer and former partner at a major accounting firm specializing in forensic accounting. Mr. Candelario has extensive experience in healthcare operations, mergers, and acquisitions, and has managed and founded multiple businesses in the healthcare space including a practice management group. Alexander holds a degree in accounting from Texas A&M University and an MBA. He is currently pursuing graduate studies at Harvard University.

John Hartigan

John Hartigan

Co-Founder and EVP of Strategic Growth and Development

John Hartigan is an experienced entrepreneur with over 25 years’ experience developing successful early-stage startups. Mr. Hartigan has developed strategic partnerships with many Fortune 500 companies including Comcast, Fiat Chrysler, Dish, DHL, and more. John leads Intiva Health’s go-to-market strategy and continues to secure partnerships with major organizations in healthcare, technology, blockchain, and cryptocurrency.

Shawn Frasquillo

Shawn Frasquillo

Co-Founder and EVP of Product and Support

Shawn Frasquillo has over 10 years’ experience in healthcare operations from direct patient care to administration. At Intiva Health, Shawn oversees software implementation and integration, as well as research and product development. Mr. Frasquillo holds a Bachelor’s degree in Health Information Management from Texas State University.

Garry McIntosh

Garry McIntosh

Co-Founder and EVP, Chief Operating Officer

With more than 7 years of experience managing healthcare administrators and licensed medical professionals in anesthesia, emergency medicine, and private practice settings, Garry McIntosh oversees the project management, financial planning, and administrative activities of Intiva Health. Mr. McIntosh received an MBA in Healthcare Administration from Texas State University.

Dr. Sahir Ali

Dr. Sahir Ali

Chief Technology Officer

For more than 10 years, Dr. Sahir Ali has been leading Salesforce implementations and providing technical leadership for custom development and integrations with enterprise systems. Dr. Ali has written numerous peer-reviewed journal, conference and abstract publications, and has appeared in Nature Scientific Reports, American Journal of Surgical Pathology, the Annual Review of Biomedical Engineering, Medical Image Analysis, and IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging among others. Shair’s research work has also culminated in various commercialized patents. Dr. Ali holds a Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from Case Western University and a Bachelors of Science and Master of Science from Rutgers University.

Dr. Sahir Ali

David Andrews

Chief Financial Officer

David Andrews is a licensed Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and has 7 years of finance and accounting experience. With stints at Dell and Deloitte, Mr. Andrews also served as CFO for Progenicare, a medical products and services company. David holds a Master in Accountancy from Texas State University.

Practice Interactive, Inc.
DBA Intiva Health
506(c) Offering Platform

Board of Advisors

Peter Kirby

Peter Kirby

Co-founder of Factom, seasoned entrepreneur

As a leader in the blockchain space and distributed ledger technology, Mr. Kirby was the driving force behind delivering major products to market and has led multimillion-dollar operations. For the past 15 years, Mr. Kirby has advised numerous successful early stage companies with his extensive knowledge of business development and community-based marketing in the technology sector. He earned his degree in biochemistry from Lehigh University and a Master’s in Business Administration in Entrepreneurship from the Acton School of Business in Austin, Texas, where Mr. Kirby graduated Summa Cum Laude.

Ed Bolton

Ed Bolton

President, Nexus Medical Consulting

Mr. Bolton founded Nexus Medical Consulting in 2009 and has more than 20 years of executive healthcare experience as well as expertise in independent clinical review services. He is a Chairman of the Membership and Marketing Committee of NAIRO, the National Association of Independent Review Organizations, and was a Chairman of the Central Texas Economic Department.

Steve Kerr

Steve Kerr

Senior Advisor & CLO (Fmr.) – Goldman Sachs

Mr. Kerr is a former senior advisor to Goldman Sachs, following a six-year term as a managing director and Chief Learning Officer. Before joining Goldman, he was General Electric’s chief learning officer and vice president of corporate leadership development. Mr. Kerr has served on the business school faculties of Ohio State University, the University of Michigan, and the University of Southern California, and as a member of the board of directors of Harvard Business Publishing, The Motley Fool, and the Miami Children’s Hospital Foundation. Mr. Kerr is on the advisory board of the University of Pennsylvania’s program in learning leadership and the Forbes School of Business. He has authored or co-authored 6 books and more than 80 journal articles.

Dr. Jose Nieves, MD, FACOG

Dr. Jose Nieves, MD, FACOG

Brownsville OB/GYN Associates, PLLC

Dr. Nieves is Chairman of the Robotic Surgery/Minimally Invasive Gynecology Committee at Valley Baptist – Brownsville and he also serves as a Robotic Surgery proctor, supervising aspiring robotic surgeons for Intuitive Surgical. Dr. Nieves was the first Brownsville gynecologist to perform a robotic-assisted hysterectomy, and the first to perform a robotic-assisted operation. Dr. Nieves is Board Certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology and is a Fellow of the American College of OB/GYN. He has served as Chairman of numerous bodies including the Laser Committee, Safety Department, OB/GYN Department, and Credentials and Ethics Department. Dr. Nieves received a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Puerto Rico in 1981, and a Doctorate in Medicine at the University of Puerto Rico School of Medicine in 1990. Dr. Nieves is also an Associate Professor of the School of Biomedicine at UT-Brownsville.

Dr. Jose Nieves, MD, FACOG

Captain Len Kaine

Founder and President of the Golden Rule Society charity | Retired Navy Captain, Fighter Pilot, and Airline Pilot

Captain Kaine is the founder and president of the Golden Rule Society, a global organization that provides beneficial educational, motivational, inspirational, and character building programs to children of military service members, firefighters, and law enforcement personnel. Among the accolades for his dedication to service, Captain Kaine has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize four times, received the President’s Lifetime Achievement Award for Volunteer Service (2006) and the President's Volunteer Service Award (2005), the Community Spirit Award from Kiwanis International (2004), and added to the National Roll of Honor at Washington National Cathedral (2002). Captain Kaine is an honored combat veteran who served with distinction in the US Navy as a Naval Aviator fighter pilot, squadron commander, and air wing staff. He is also a retired Airline Captain and instructor for US Airways.

Jim Kyle

Jim Kyle

Attorney, former Marine Officer

Mr. Kyle is a member of the Chicago Board of Trade, International Monetary Market and Foreign Exchange Trader. He is an advisory board member to a variety of businesses and a consultant to real estate, investment banking, construction, and development companies. Mr. Kyle has expertise in international business, venture capital, corporate formation, and structure. He is also the author of the critically acclaimed “In Search of Heroes”.

Admiral Thomas B. Hayward

Admiral Thomas B. Hayward

Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) for the United States Navy - July 1, 1978 - June 30, 1982

As the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) from 1978 to 1982, Admiral Hayward was the highest ranking officer and professional head of the United States Navy. His decorated and distinguished service spans World War II through the Vietnam War, where he was a naval aviator and flew combat missions. He was later a lead instructor in the forerunner to Topgun, a commanding officer of two ships, one for which he received the Legion of Merit. Since retirement from the Navy, Admiral Hayward has co-founded companies focused on reading and math solutions K-12, masters and doctorates in education, and both domestic and international distance learning for college and higher education.

Peyton Thompson, MD

Dr. Peyton Thompson, MD

Board Certified, Emergency Medicine | Chief Medical Officer, Little River Healthcare

Dr. Peyton L Thompson, MD is committed to intelligent healthcare solutions, with expertise in patient care coordination, interoperability, revenue cycle management, electronic health records, and administrative solutions for practices and clinicians. With 46 years’ experience, Dr. Thompson is a Family Practice specialist based in Texas. He is affiliated with multiple hospitals and medical groups including Little River Healthcare, Little River Healthcare Cameron Hospital, Scott & White Memorial Hospital, and Rockdale Blackhawk LLC. Dr. Thompson graduated from Baylor College of Medicine in 1972.

Ian Hadfield, DDS

Ian Hadfield, DDS

Periodontist | Gum Disease Specialist

Dr. Ian Hadfield received his Dental degree from the University of Alberta in 1970 and entered private practice. After receiving specialty certification in Periodontics from Boston University in 1979, he returned to private practice in Victoria, B.C. He has been president of his district and provincial societies as well as chairman of Provincial Government Liaison. Dr. Hadfield has twice been a Provincial Convention Chairman and a Specialty Board Examiner. In 2002 Dr. Hadfield was granted Fellowship in the American College of Dentists, and he retired from practice in 2014. Active in fundraising and clinical mentoring, Dr. Hadfield has been a development partner in Spinnaker's Gastro Brew Pub, Brentwood Bay Resort and Spa, and a member of the Board of Directors for EFG America rubber recycling.

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