MyPak hoping to lead the DAA way


Arrow Pharmaceuticals and Douglas Pharmaceuticals have announced the formation of a new joint venture company, MyPak Solutions Pty Ltd

The two say that MyPak Solutions is set to become the leading Dose Administration Aid (DAA) company in the Australian pharmaceutical and aged care industries.

Through its recent acquisition of Practicare (consumables and market leading software) and Medico, MyPak Solutions will provide the Australian market with an end-to-end industry leading DAA solution, they say.

The company also has the Australian distribution rights to the Japanese manufactured Alpaca Blister Pack Dispensing Robot.

“The incorporation of MyPak Solutions and its acquisition of the Medico and Practicare businesses enables us to provide our customers with a complete solution in the DAA market in Australia,” says Chairman of Arrow Pharmaceuticals, Dennis Bastas.

Managing Director of Douglas Pharmaceuticals, Jeff Douglas says, “We are leaders in the DAA market in New Zealand and we will be bringing our learnings to this joint venture with Arrow for the Australian market.”

The government has recognised the role of DAAs in community health care by providing funding of $100 million in the 2017/18 financial year to enable community pharmacists to provide DAA services.

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