We are delighted to announce that Pharmapod has won the title of Pharma Contract Services Company of the Year at the Pharma Industry Awards 2017.
This years annual Pharma Industry Awards took place yesterday, October 5th, in the Clayton Hotel, Burlington Road. Now in its fourth year, the awards aim to recognise and celebrate the most original and innovative individuals and companies that demonstrate excellence in the Irish Pharma sector.
Pharmapod took home the Contract Services Company of the Year award, further confirming Pharmapod as providing a first in class, award winning solution for the management of errors in pharmacies, and providing solutions to increase efficiencies across the pharmacy sector.
It is a great honour to be recognised for all of the hard work the team has put in, creating the award-winning platform Pharmapod is today.
Pharmapod would like to thank the Pharma Industry Awards sponsor Kuehne + Nagel and all involved with the organisation of the event. To see a full list of all the nights winners and to learn more about the awards click here.
Pictured above, from left to right, are Anne Keogh, Chief Financial and Operational Officer; Leonora O’Brien, Founder and Chief Executive Officer; and Ciaran McGowan, Chief Technical Officer.
Pharmapod is the leading cloud-based software for driving efficiencies and standards and reducing Patient Safety Incidents (PSIs) in community pharmacies and hospitals. It is the first international platform of its kind to pool and share patient safety data across borders, monitoring trends and causes behind medication errors and empowering healthcare professionals locally to improve their practice. The platform has succeeded in creating a hugely positive network of pharmacy teams united in shared goals – driving efficiencies in their pharmacy business, safety of patients and real peer-to- peer sharing of experience.
To learn more about how to improve your pharmacy’s incident reporting and data storage, please contact Pharmapod at firstname.lastname@example.org today.