Your Impact:

As a Global Health Organization.

Working in Global Health, you’re an indispensable resource of research and pilot programs; idea generation for improving health; expert technical advice and training for local health professionals; and you produce major educational tools for healthcare workers. And, you fund health care costs in the developing world.

 Supporting healthcare systems in areas of great need is a task of overwhelming complexity and intricacy. These systems vary, are executed differently, face unique challenges, often manoeuvring through changing political climate and unrest.  Through all this, your priority is to help peoples of the world attain and remain in good health. Access to medicine is one way to do that.

 S+ is an infrastructure and platform system that helps monitor stock levels, current consumption rates and expiration dates to take immediate action when necessary. We gather and provide crucial information in real-time:

  • The location of specific medicines

  • The identity of medicines in stock 

  • The expiration dates of each medicine

  • The origin and properties of each medicine

 
Medicines and accompanying stock cards in a Health Centre Medicines Store. Availability across the shelves constantly varies.

Medicines and accompanying stock cards in a Health Centre Medicines Store. Availability across the shelves constantly varies.

We not only provide transparent and trackable inventory data across a network of offices and clinics, we provide controlled, secure plug-in access so you can leverage this high-quality, accurate real-time information on the situation in health centers and communities to solve problems and plan for the future.

 By helping governments strengthen their health supply chain and infrastructure, you’re contributing to the social good of each community we serve.

 

Together we’ll:

  1. Develop platforms to manage medicine stock redistribution at low cost

  2. Create reliable access to life-saving medicine

  3. Strengthen the global pharmaceutical supply chain

  4. Increase health providers’ ability to heal the sick and save lives

That’s the SIGNALYTIC Effect.

 
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If you represent a Global Health Agency.