Medixain simplifies collaborative health data management through proven consensus technology

Health data fragmentation is an emerging problem in the modern healthcare world, with arguably one of the largest direct impacts on the lives of everyday people. We propose a multi-layered medical wallet solution, based on Blockchain technology. This system provides user access and mediation of their medical data. This will solve the current health data and inaccessibility problem, leveraging the possibility to analyse medical data on large scales, while giving patients the ability to control their own data. Their ability to grant and withdraw data access to medical doctors, hospitals, pharmaceutical research institutions or even other patients on different levels of aggregation pushes a massive increase in data privacy and security but also allows for wider analysis solutions.

Layered Wallets

Mobile applications that integrate layers of Blockchain-
based wallets with different levels of data aggregation as well as functionalities.

User Interaction

Patients can directly and anonymously interact with
other patients on the basis of aggregated as well as
verified data to establish the needed trust to discuss
individual experiences that forums can’t.

Corporate Interaction

Our layered wallets allow for various interactions with
medical doctors, institutions and corporations that
require user acceptances. This removes the intermediary
for such interactions and lets the patient profit directly.

Blockchain Intelligence Framework

The entire system is based on the Blockchain Intelligence
Framework by XAIN that applies reinforcement learning
to secure and stabilise a distributed and permissioned
Blockchain network, involving processes of legal entities.

Management Team

Amin El-Kutbi
Amin El-Kutbi
CMO & Co-Founder

Amin is a University of Heidelberg licensed (German „Approbation“) medical doctor/physician, having studied at the Universities of Paris and Oxford.

He once briefly considered attending business school but said to himself “You’ll learn more in six months at a young company.“ Amin has been a serial entrepreneur since 2011, his latest exit having been in 2017. Before he joined medixain he spent four years as CEO of a multinational software company, his main responsibilities being reaching KPI milestones for annual financing rounds, preparing annual budget and forecasts, hiring and securing an efficient working atmosphere for a distributed team, managing payroll for the company’s employees and freelancers, controlling seven digit overheads per year, planning and executing distribution and paving the way for strategic partnerships with MNEs. Amin is utmost comfortable with the early imperfections of new (ad)ventures, especially since his focus is mainly on deep technology business cases in the rather slow healthcare sector.
He believes that there is no place for insecure, unstructured and locked-in data in medicine. Being a medtech enthusiast and doctor, Amin strongly believes that providing better healthcare is too important a goal to not apply the best deep tech solutions that are out there.

Franziska Lundbæk
Franziska Lundbæk
CEO & Co-Founder

With former experience starting up XAIN AG Franziska now focuses her work on leading medixain as a CEO to build a solution in the Healthcare and Blockchain sector.

Franziska studied Computer Science in Berlin and finished her Masters Degree in Heidelberg. Previously she worked for the Start-up XAIN AG as a project manager.

Markus Schrodt
Markus Schrodt

Markus Schrodt has been medixain‘s Chief Strategy Officer (CSO) since 2018. He is in charge of corporate strategy and ongoing business development. Markus has more than 25 years of strategic and operational experience in the telecommunication, webhosting and healthcare sector.

From 1998 to 2008 he held various management positions at STRATO AG, where he started off as Head of Internet Services and went on to successfully help roll out one of Europe‘s largest web hosting platforms at the time, eventually being appointed to CMO or rather Chief Webhosting Officer. He then co-founded Seracell Pharma AG in 2008, became Seracell‘s CMO and part of the managament team which led the company to become Germany’s No.1 cord blood bank, accomplishing a successful exit in 2017.

We believe in trusted health data management

Medixain is a cross industry and science project initiated as a subsidiary of XAIN and the Big Data Institute at the University of Oxford to establish a personalized data framework for medical data. As such, it contributes not only scientifically but also on the engineering side with radical new storage and analysis opportunities to leverage medical advances. XAIN itself has been established in London based on AI and Blockchain doctoral research projects of the founding team at Imperial College London and the University of Oxford. The focus of XAIN lies upon the development of automated applications for highly sensible data based on our Blockchain Intelligence Framework.

Why you should choose us

We developed the first program to optimize corporate Blockchain systems for security & resilience in cost range (registered patent).
Our unique mining technology offers a fast & resilient data consensus, optimized for cycle times.
We combine Blockchains & Artificial Intelligence to stabilize Blockchains at runtime, achieving our Blockchain Intelligence Framework as a corporate platform.
Our unique mining technology offers a fast & resilient data consensus, optimized for cycle times.
We combine Blockchains & Artificial Intelligence to stabilize Blockchains at runtime, achieving our Blockchain Intelligence Framework as a corporate platform.
Unique combination of industry & academia with leading research institutions like
Imperial College London and University of Oxford.

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medixain GmbH
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Managing Director: Franziska Lundbæk
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Court of Registry: Amtsgericht Cottbus
medixain believes in trusted health data management