Health Care

PharmEasy Ensures Online Sale of Medicines with Valid Prescription

After groceries and other household items use of technology in medicine distribution for the benefit of general public is picking up at a quicker pace. Adhering to strict code of conduct that no drug is sold without valid prescription, PharmEasy, an online platform for sale of medicines commenced its operations in March 2015.

PharmEasy, founded by three young entrepreneurs, currently operates through mobile app. Through the PharmEasy services one could order medicines and schedule diagnostic tests. It has its distribution operations in Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Pune, Bengaluru, Noida and Jaipur. Diagnostic tests are available in Mumbai, Delhi and Kolkata only.

PharmEasy takes pride in following strict code of conduct such as not processing order without valid prescription, not selling schedule 10 drugs or drugs related to pregnancy, impotency, sleeping pills or habit forming drugs even if they are prescribed by the registered medical practitioner.In first six months of its operation, PharmEasy has seen more than 75,000 downloads and processes 1,500 orders everyday through its distributor network.

Ordering medicines through PharmEasy:
Buy medicines with just a few taps.
Just upload your doctor’s prescription and order medicines.
Free home delivery with no minimum order size.
Flat 20% Off on every medicines.
Easily reorder your medicines.

Scheduling Diagnostic Tests with PharmEasy:
Tap-a-Test : Book a test by the power of a Tap.
Get 40% off on our extensive list of tests. Need any other tests done? Contact our customer care.
Flexible timings of free sample collection by our highly trained team of phlebotomists. No minimum order.
Get printed and Email reports for your records by our NABL/QCI accredited partner Labs.
Samples are collected by PharmEasy team seven days a week.

 

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Luna Dewan

Luna Dewan

With six years of her journalism experience, Luna Dewan has worked for leading print media like the New Indian Express, Deccan Chronicle and DNA. She has been writing on healthcare, environment and various other civic issues. She is now with Techspirit.in as the Assistant Editor.

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