The fragmentation dilemma

The fragmentation dilemma

Start communicating at scale

Pharmacies are a criticial priority for the public sector as they are often the first point of care to modern medical advice and treatment, particularly in lower income and rural areas across Southeast Asia.

However, the pharmacy channel in this region is highly fragmented. Many pharmacies are independently owned shops with no digital systems. The problem intensifies as most pharmacies use traditional pen-and-paper approaches which make it difficult for NGOs and governments to:
Reach pharmacies

Amass product and patient data

Educate pharmacists

Communicate at scale

As a result healthcare capabilities are strained. This is amplified by a lack of pharmacy reach which is creating knowledge gaps. These challenges compromise patient availability, access, affordability, and adherence.

A new way to connect

SwipeRx allows governments and aid organizations to:

Connect with hard-to-reach pharmacies

Conduct critical research

Test pilot programs

Enhance education and run campaigns

Identify patients with infectious diseases

Refer patients to doctors and treatment facilities

Improve patient care

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