In rue Gambetta, in Toulouse, MonOrdo is reinventing the pharmacy by facilitating procedures for chronically ill patients.
Founded in 2019 and certified by the Ministry of Health, the start-up MonOrdo supports regular patients whose chronic disease treatments are, in normal times, long and tedious.
“How to reinvent today’s pharmacy? “
Sébastien Bonnet, president of MonOrdo, started from a simple observation: today, in France, 22 million people following chronic treatment. Or 60% of them do not say their treatment. At issue: complex monitoring, prescriptions that are difficult to comply with, etc.
The start-up MonOrdo has therefore set itself the objective of alleviating these problems by renewing the role of the pharmacist. “Today we are in a dynamic of pharmacy good services. We then asked ourselves the question: how, with a service-centric approach, can we reinvent today’s pharmacy? »Declares the president.
Their innovative method? A mobile application, MonOrdo, bills the patient’s medical prescription. Sent directly to the start-up, the prescription is checked by a pharmacist before a robot prepares and packages all the drugs in the form of dose sachets labeled and sorted for each dose. The patient also chooses to be delivered free of charge at home or to pick up his medications at the pharmacy.
No more tracking difficulties and waste. The patient has digital but also physical support through a clean and modern health space. That the most fearful be reassured: “It is not because we automate that there will be fewer pharmacists. We continue to sell drugs by the box or parapharmacy products and provide on-call duty like our colleagues ”specifies the director.
Combining pharmaceuticals and new technologies, MonOrdo aims to open a pharmacy in the 22 largest cities in France in order to become the first network of pharmacies specializing in digital service and the care of regular patients in France by the end of 2026.