Curiosity sits at the heart of our work. We look for novel ways to help teams build new skills and choose the best solutions for their patients.
Procurement is a complex and ever-changing field. What was most useful last year may not be relevant this year. A reliable medicine may start to lose its effectiveness. And teams may know that their processes can be improved, but lack the skills or confidence to make it happen. That’s why we work with health teams and experts across our region, to bring novel solutions to more people.
Pharmacists are skilled health professionals who are able to safely dispense the most effective medicines. But many pharmacists are averse to the risks these medicines carry, and don’t see as many customers as other pharmacy staff do – which makes them uncertain. We developed a training module for Australia’s 5,600 pharmacies on how to safely prescribe Schedule 3 medicines, emboldening pharmacists with new knowledge, to better help their patients.
In our search for procurement solutions that help teams work, we’ve met and made some pretty useful products. From Timor-Leste to Papua New Guinea, we’ve designed and delivered training sessions to key local health teams in areas including mSupply, Tupaia and ProcureRx.
Innovation isn’t a dirty word. But we’re not looking for new ways of doing things just for the sake of it. We’re not interested in glamorous solutions that never get adopted. Instead, we’re interested in working sustainably to help health teams across our region build the skills and confidence to choose good medicines, maintain costs, develop strong processes, and find the best outcomes for their patients.
Through trusted partnerships with highly qualified suppliers, we help teams secure quality medicines at affordable prices.Learn more ⟶
We believe in the role clever technology plays in strengthening procurement systems and sourcing better products.Learn more ⟶
We’ve worked across the Asia-Pacific region in settings including regional referral hospitals and central medical stores.Learn more ⟶