GDEX ties up with DOC2US, Alpro for medicine delivery tracking


“Coupled with our barcoded tracking system, we are able to ensure that the right medication is delivered to the right patient, and most importantly, in the right condition, ” GDEX chief operating officer Caren Chong said.

KUALA LUMPUR: GD Express Carrier Bhd (GDEX) will collaborate with DOC2US and Alpro Pharmacy to implement secure and real-time tracking of medication delivery.

DOC2US, which is a telemedicine provider approved by the Health Ministry to provide digitally signed e-prescription services, said the strategic tie-up would enable the group to provide a one-stop solution for patients; from digital healthcare and pharmaceutical supplies to logistics.

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