Most clinics and medical facilities today follow a traditional one-on-one model of patient-provider interaction, which puts the provider (clinician) at its centre of a patient’s care. The problem with this model is it does not always easily allow providers to consult with other healthcare givers and then follow the patient’s progress as part of a holistic shared care plan (Longitudinal EHR). This model is ridged and creates data silos. dClinics and blockchain aims to break down these silos and provide real-time views of a consumer’s healthcare journey. dClinic’s experts, after working for many years with providers, governments and healthcare organisations, recognize a more forward-thinking blockchain enabled healthcare platform needs to implemented to help breakdown the traditional barriers of these one-on-one interactions and data silos. The dClinic platform provides for a Shared Care model where the patient is at the center of their care. Care is provided by care team members who could be providers, clinicians, specialists, organisations and even family members. dClinic puts the patient at the centre of their care and beaks through the brick walls that often constrain their access to care. dClinic also allows the consumer to contribute to their own Shared Care Plans through targeted Surveys and Wearables. dClinic uses blockchain to assist and reward consumers for their participation and adherence to their care plans.