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We are proud to announce PharmaSecure as a Partner of the Fight the Fakes campaign!
PharmaSecure provides technology-enabled solutions that help pharmaceutical companies prevent counterfeiting of their medicines and improve health outcomes in emerging markets through customized patient engagement programs. Its solutions enable patients and consumers to verify the authenticity of their medicines through the use of an SMS, mobile app or internet website.
“PharmaSecure is excited to be partnering with Fight the Fakes to raise awareness about the dangers of fake medicines. Fake medicines are a dangerous and deadly industry, particularly in emerging markets, that put patients and the general public at risk. Increasing awareness and empowering consumers to identify fake medicines is integral to combating this threat to public health,” said Nakul Pasricha, CEO of PharmaSecure.
PharmaSecure is very active in India, Nigeria and Pakistan, working with some of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the region to help prevent counterfeit medicines and comply with global regulatory serialization requirements. To date, PharmaSecure has provided IDs to more than 1.8B packages around the world and serves more than 15,000 patients daily through its patient engagement platform which has been proven to increase adherence rates to medicine treatments up to 60%.
PharmaSecure works with a number of partners in its mission to improve public health outcomes through technology based solutions including USAID and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation through the Grand Challenges in TB Control Grant and the Stop TB Partnership. Click here to learn more.