Drugviu: Making Medicine Inclusive & Safe
Drugviu makes finding comprehensive medication experiences of communities of color easier.
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What is The Mission of Your Organization?
Drugviu's mission is to make medicine inclusive. Pharmaceutical clinical trials have low participants of communities of color(Asian, Black, Latino, Native American, Indigenous People). The result in little meaningful data to understand medications impact. This is a problem for patients, physicians and pharma. Our solution is capturing real world medication experiences from these communities. To close the loop we have two paid data subscriptions for physicians and pharmaceutical companies.
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What is The First and Last Name of Your Organization's Representative for The Challenge?
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Project Stage: Select the Description Below That Best Applies to Your Organization
Start-Up (first few activities have happened)
Growth (have moved past the very first activities; working towards the next level of expansion)
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Please Select Which of The Following Types of Innovations Best Characterize Your Work (Select all That Apply)
Product innovation (Introduction of a good or service or improvements made to existing products)
Process innovation (execution of a new or considerably improved production or delivery method)
Institutional innovation (Creation or changes in organizational structures, the setting up of new types of financial intermediaries, or to changes in the legal and supervisory framework)
Help Us Support Diversity! Which of the following categories do you identify with (Optional)?
Black or African American (for example: African American, Jamaican, Haitian, Nigerian, Ethiopian, Somalian, etc)
Help Us Support Diversity! Do you identify as part of any of the following underrepresented communities (optional)?