This article was originally published in Start Up
Unlike track and trace systems that focus on the drug supply chain leading up to the pharmacist's back door, Aegate Ltd. is concerned about what takes place at the end of the process-the point of dispensing to the patient. Its technology is designed to identify fraudulent products and to reduce dispensing errors on the part of pharmacists.
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