Joseph Lowe served in the U.S. Army from 2001-2005 as an Airborne Infantry soldier attached to 82nd ABN Div Det HHC. Headquarter and Headquarter Company (HHC) trains, readies, and deploys Division mission command nodes; provides sustainment, communications, and security for deployed forces in support of unified land operations. He has advised in multiple start-ups including his own.
Served as Chief Executive of Lion MGA from 2012-2017. Lion was a Managing General Agency in the Insurance industry. Insurers would outsource their departmental operations in a fronting carrier-managing underwriter relationship that resulted in producing the largest retailer by office locations on east coast USA for its field. Literally taking this start-up from ground to multi-million dollar enterprise and 150 agent force. Also gained vast experience in risk management, auditing for underwriting purposes determining what is a high risk or low risk product, and risk mitigation. Claims sustained were less than 1% during tenure.
During 2016-2017 developed a lab for tech insurance and healthcare products that are based on Big Data and IoT. The goal was to reduce waste and other overlapping healthcare costs thru provider-user (patient) integrated collaborative platform. All products and service concepts were user centric with an aim to decentralize all aspects of healthcare authority and instead empowering the user with control over their health thru gamification. www.careparrot.com
Oct 2017 til Feb 2018 Joseph was appointed as a Strategist to the CoinHealth Community, an innovative blockchain start-up dedicated to decentralized EHR, biometric wearables, and incentivizing the user to become healthier by token rewards in a gamified experience. www.coinhealth.io
Certified Cryptocurrency Expert by Blockchain Council
How are my product ratings calculated?
2-Feasible but not strong.
3-Strong feasible concept with proposed architecture/workflows.
4-Has a beta product.
5-Has an Alpha release, even though may have some bugs to work out.
Disclaimer: My reviews given are not a financial advice. Understand although I stay as objective as possible based on publicly available information, these are still my opinions. Always conduct your own due diligence before making any investment in a startup or business venture of any kind. Understand all startups can be high risk, even with a 5,5,5 rating. This is due to blindspots like unknown ill intent, unknown causes for project failure, hacks, exit scams, and unknown external liabilities (competition, lawsuits, acquisitions, death of key employees, loss of market demand).