Spotlight Series – Fortifying Medical Supply Chains

Substandard and falsified medicines are a major threat to public health and responsible for hundreds of thousands of deaths each year – mostly in low- and middle-income countries. Digital, AI-based control systems throughout the supply chain and at end-user level can help to curb the activities of the global counterfeit crime networks.

PUBLISHED BY FII Institute

August 5, 2021
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THE CASE FOR FIGHTING FALSIFIED MEDICINES WITH DIGITAL SURVEILLANCE

Substandard and falsified medicines are a major threat to public health and responsible for hundreds of thousands of deaths each year – mostly in low- and middle-income countries. Digital, AI-based control systems throughout the supply chain and at end-user level can help to curb the activities of the global counterfeit crime networks.

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