A new era of data interoperability, privacy and control.
Medical archetypes keep medical data consistent making it highly valuable to users.
High-level zero-knowledge encryption renders medical data useless to attackers.
Permission access controls enable the secure exchange of sensitive medical data.
We encourage developers to create solutions that will help scale the network.
Your keys, your data. ZeroPass’ secure key management & recovery solution ensures you never get locked out.
Iryo’s unique open-source platform will drive a new generation of highly effective data exchange within the medical community. Unified records will allow individuals to securely manage and monetize their medical data by opening it up to research.
Bearer health records will become the new standard, allowing patients to fully own and leverage their sensitive data through the use of their private keys. Bearer instruments shift the balance of power from the institution to the patient.
Healthcare providers are easily able to plug in their existing medical data workflows into the Network allowing for uninterrupted care. Once onboard, existing medical data will gain an unprecedented level of value for patients.
Built on a foundation of privacy, the Iryo Token enables patients to monetize and leverage their medical data while keeping it secure.
Iryo Network participants will need to stake a predefined number of IRYO tokens to be able to interact within the network. Staking ensures all network participants remain accountable and keeps the entire medical network operating smoothly.
Research institutions will have large quantities of highly relevant medical data accessible through Iryo Network participants. The IRYO token will act as the primary form of payment for the exchange of data for clinical studies.
Zero-knowledge will allow patients to share & monetize their medical history without ever having to expose it.
With the use of public-key encryption, the Iryo Network gives patients complete control and ownership of their electronic health record. This empowers patients to leverage their own medical data to better suit their healthcare needs.
Zero-knowledge storage protocols will ensure that sensitive medical data will remain secure and completely impervious to cybersecurity breaches, including state-sponsored attacks. All medical data is stored on the patient’s device and securely backed up on two geographically & managerially redundant storage nodes.
Decentralised, tokenized incentives, 24⁄7 access to medical record.
Audited, maintained, securely backed up.
Locally stored copy, evenly distributed, accessible with/without a network connection.
EOS driven access controls give patients full ownership and transparency of their personal medical data.
Patients can now choose how they interact with their medical history.
EOS will allow for the creation of an extremely efficient and scalable network. EOS “shards” will enable Iryo to create an extremely dynamic yet super lightweight chain resulting in lightning fast transactions. Sharing vast quantities of medical data between subjects of trust, such as doctors, specialists, and researchers will ultimately be less expensive, less time consuming and yield greater value for patients around the world.
The prototype consists of a modern electronic health record management platform that will go live April of 2018. The platform will have a potential reach of 6,000,000 end-users through camps in the Middle East and will be tested in Europe through Iryo’s partnership with Adriatic Slovenia and other private clinics.
3fs executed preliminary research on establishing common interoperability between international medical systems.
3fs provided initial capital and support to establish Iryo. The team began by validating several proof of concepts and pilot projects.
The Iryo Network was introduced to the public in order to address common downfalls of inoperable medical systems.
Official crowdsale of Iryo tokens. Production grade, fully scalable implementation for Iryo partnerships.
Integration of interoperable unified health records, zero-knowledge storage, and blockchain permissions.
Iryo Network system support and adoption of value-added services. Design and execution of Iryo certified clinics.
Iryo is made up of seasoned entrepreneurs, designers, software engineers, philosophers and medical professionals. The core team comes from top-tier institutions like 3fs, Bitstamp, Iconomi, UniCredit, and Y-Combinator.
With a background in corporate finance, investments and product development, Vasja has more than 8 years of experience building and deploying highly functional digital solutions. Prior to Iryo, he held positions in UniCredit, 3fs, and Bitstamp. Vasja is a tested leader with a passion for blockchain & crypto-based product development.
A Senior Developer, Dominik has a proven track record of creating highly secure and robust backend systems. He specialises in Go, Erlang, PHP, Python, SQL & NoSQL databases. Before being appointed CTO of Iryo, he worked With Dspot, Spil Games, and 3fs. Dominik is the author of Tactycal, a server security assistant.
With a degree in philosophy, Peter is a natural problem solver. He has extensive experience in strategic consultancy, and large scale project management. He’s worked for organisations such as PlanetBIO, Infonet(A major medical IT systems provider) and 3fs. Peter is a certified associate AWS developer with a passion for Linux and Python.
Andrej heads up Iryo’s UX & UI design team. Andrej is the co-founder of the successful mobile-app design firm, Calumaa. Before Iryo and Caluma, Andrej was a lead designer and project manager for Akrapovič, Marand, Povio and Iconomi, the world’s first decentralised fund management platform.
Tjaša holds a master’s degree in health management & economics. Previously, she was a medical journalist covering advances in digital health and has experience with a variety of digital healthcare systems. Tjaša is a current member of various international healthcare organisations including Startupbootcamp & FTR4H.
Alberto brings an array of international experience having worked for several early age start-ups like NoteVault and Houzz. He is the lead project manager for Iryo. He received his degree from the University of British Columbia.
Luka is the creator and founder of ZeroPass, a distributed and easy to use key management system. A long time proponent of crypto-based, zero-knowledge solutions, Luka is Iryo’s lead blockchain researcher.
ZeroPass co-founder, Črt has more than 6 years developing C++, cybersecurity and cryptography based solutions. He has previously worked for Virgo-In(Sarl) and Inovatium, a blockchain backed startup.
Nejc is the third co-founder of ZeroPass and has experience developing large-scale ERP security systems. He holds a master’s degree in computer & information science and is proficient in C++, Objective-C, and Python.
Matevž brings over a decade of software engineering experience to Iryo, he specialises in Go, Python, JS, Elm, Docker and Ansible. Prior to joining the team, Matevž held various other development positions, contributing to companies like Visionect, the world leader in electronic paper solutions.
Before joining Iryo, Mateusz was the technical lead for 3fs’ MDI initiative. He’s worked alongside the majority of the Iryo team on creating reliable digital infrastructure for other projects. Mateusz specialises in PHP and holds his MSc in Applied Computer Science.
Our advisors are equally as diverse and experienced, coming from medical organisations like Stanford Medical School, Johns Hopkins, and other world-renowned hospitals and national health ministries.
Serial entrepreneur and co-founder of 3fs. Andraž has always held a profound instinct for disruptive technology. He’s helped incubate various start-up companies on their journey to deliver amazing products. Andraž is the founder of the Iryo project.
Maja is Iryo’s main clinical advisor. She holds a PhD in human & medical genetics and has over 15 years of experiences in clinical practice and healthcare management. Currently, Maja leads a research unit and is a medical laboratory specialist. She’s also the diagnostics IT-manager and the point-of-care coordinator for the Community Health Centre in Ljubljana.
Brian is a business executive with more than 20 years of international healthcare experience. He’s previously worked for institutes like Johns Hopkins in the United States, the Bumrungrad Hospital in Thailand and Tawam Hospital in the United Arab Emirates. He was the founder and CEO of Asia Bio Systems, a leading biomedical engineering company in the Asia-Pacific region. Currently he is the CEO of Ver2, a telemedicine provider based in Dubai.
Mate is Iryo’s openEHR advisor. While a the Slovenian Ministry of Health, Mate was in charge of developing and deploying eHealth projects within the nations hospitals. Currently, he has a leadership role in the Center for Healthcare Informatics at the National Institute of Public Health. Mate is a strong supporter for the wider adoption of the openEHR standard.
Lea is a clinical pharmacist and experienced ICT Business Architect. She’s is also a strategy consultant for software integration in the fields of pharmaceutical robotics and healthcare automation within hospital systems. She works as an independent consultant in Europe and Australia.
Homero is a medical innovator who’s a co-founder of several mHealth startups and is the co-director of Stanford’s open online-course on mHealth. He is a founding member and the vice-president of the Wearable Technology in Healthcare Society. He recently published a new book called, Digital Health: Scaling Healthcare to the World.
Moka is a physician, scientist, and social entrepreneur. He’s currently focusing on transforming healthcare in many African countries. Dr. Lantum is driving the adoption eHealth & mHealth solutions in an effort to improve access to healthcare. He holds a Doctorate of Medicine from the University of Yaoundé, received a Diploma in Nutrition and International Child Health from Uppsala University, and a Doctorate in Pharmacology, from the University of Rochester. He obtained his Masters in Health Care Management from the Harvard School of Public Health.
Tomaž is an experienced tech entrepreneur. He’s a co-founder of Layer, a communications startup that raised over $30 million in funding and was backed by Microsoft Ventures, Greycroft, SV Angel, and AME Cloud Ventures. Prior to Layer, Tomaž founded Vox.io, one of the first cross-platform messaging and VoIP platforms. He’s also helped create several value-added services for Marand, a Slovenian healthcare company. Tomaž is currently a resident at Matrix Partners, a private equity firm based in San Fransisco.