Begrijpelijke, digitale medicijninformatie
Gestructureerd & gedoseerd
Betrouwbaar & onafhankelijk
Eigentijds & multimedia
I have two big hobbies: innovation and care. Now let those two come together in Pharmi. I feel proud every day when we as a team build better information for each patient.
I like to take good care of others and myself. As a pharmacist, I think there is so much more possible to make a drug user feel like a master of his medicine. In an ideal world, you don't depend on a time or location to get the care you need. That is precisely why I enjoy my job at Pharmi so much. Working on how we keep getting closer to this ideal. Always the care you need, from where you want it. My self-care consists of tasty (vegan) food, cycling and keeping my blood pressure under control by stroking my dog.
By offering personalized information to users of medicines, everyone can pay more attention to themselves. In this way, we can work towards better care together with healthcare providers. Being able to contribute to this means a lot to me.
Thanks to the work I do for Pharmi, I can contribute to better access to healthcare. To make the information as clearly as possible, personalized and always the right information for when it suits the patient. The low-literate patient is also included in this, by using the right language, focus on the correct use of medicine. The Dutch language has therefore always been one of my interests.
It is a cliché: our health is the most important thing we have, for ourselves and for the people around us. In pharmacies we can contribute to better health by giving a good explanation about the use of medicines and seeing whether a medicine is suitable for a person.
During college I started with entrepreneurship within pharmacy and internet-related ideas. This is why I was involved when developing apotheek.nl, and later on started a business in medical internet.
To connect online applications with systems of the physician or the pharmacy triggers me, to help the patient being in the lead.
Pharmi represents the interface between pharmacy and internet: ‘blended care’. Digital care when available and human care when necessary.