Use of QR code for Doctor and Patient Engagement by Pharma?

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“QR Codes are amazing. With their Smartphone Your Potential Perfect Client “scans” this code and they’re directed to more info.” – Doug Johnson

Assume you bought some medicine. How can you be certain that the medication you’ve purchased isn’t fake, substandard, or mislabeled?

How could you possibly know?

Most drug packages and labels contain a wealth of helpful information, although they can be difficult to understand at times.

So, how do we cope with all of these issues?

Upcoming webinar: Use of QR Code For Doctors & Patient Engagement by Pharma

You can do free registration by clicking the link.

Pharmaceutical businesses are concerned about the threat of product counterfeiting. Then there’s the problem of legal liability, which can result in adverse consequences. This liability arises as a result of any unspecified negative effects that a patient may experience. Companies may be affected as a result of persistent problems in the pharmaceutical industry. Although, many of the problems have been alleviated, many still remain unsolved. QR codes are undeniably beneficial to the pharmaceutical sector if used properly.

QR codes can be scanned and utilized to gain access to a range of services. This technology can also be used by the pharmaceutical industry in its healthcare solutions, as well as for doctor interaction and patient education.

Since 2011, the Indian government has been attempting to bring QR codes into the pharmaceutical industry. The goal is to track the origin of the medicines and prevent the sale of spurious or counterfeit drugs.

“Do you think QR codes can be an effective way of combating the counterfeit drug problem?” PharmaState Academy addressed and polled participants on the question, and 70% of those polled responded yes.

Poll link*

A PharmaState Academy survey includes, “Would you like to attend a FREE Webinar on “Using QR Code digital technologies for doctor and patient engagements by Pharma?” PharmaState Academy, which earned 80.6 percent positive feedback for the QR code learning webinar, will host a webinar on the usage of QR codes in pharmaceutical offerings on April 24th ‘22.

Poll link 1Poll link 2Poll link 3*

A QR code on every medicine/drug container may be scanned instantly with a mobile camera. The scan directs the visitor to the company’s legitimate page and provides information about the drug-like, medicine authenticity, disease information for patients, patient support services, and the list goes on.

You will understand how the pharmaceutical sector can employ QR Codes for various applications. The key takeaway elements of the webinar would be:

●     Using QR code technology to engage doctors.

●     Patients are given healthcare information as part of healthcare education programs.

●     Using QR codes to manage and monitor the supply chain and product distribution

Participants will have the opportunity to gain knowledge firsthand from speakers: Pawan V. Kulkarni (GM – Corporate Strategy, J B Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals Ltd) and Sourav Das (CEO – MyRx).

You can do free registration by clicking the link.

Who should attend: Pharma Marketing, Sales, Packaging, Manufacturing, QA, QC, CEO, Director, Pharmacovigilance, Medical Affairs, and other teams are welcome to attend & anyone from the pharma industry who wants to learn more about technology in pharma.

* The final result of the poll may be a collation of many polls, so the data may be duplicated sometimes. Also, the poll may be running at the time of publishing this article.

For any query, feedback or suggestion write to – academy@pharmastate.com

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